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Talk To Me soundtrack


Talk To Me (2007)
 
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 07567899824
Label: Atlantic
Label number: 192764
Running time: not on file
Shipping date: July 3rd, 2007
 
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Album Tracklist
1.  Knock On Wood - Eddie Floyd
2.  Sweet Soul Music - Arthur Conley
3.  Tramp - Otis Redding / Carla Thomas
4.  Hold On I'm Coming - Sam & Dave
5.  Cool Jerk - The Capitols
...see complete tracklist
Music from the movie not on this soundtrack CD
A Change Is Gonna Come - Sam Cook
If You Want Me To Stay - Sly & The Family Stone
Time Has Come Today - The Chambers Brothers

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Soundtrack Q & A
Q: There's an instrumental that is not listed on the soundtrack. It is used towards the end of the movie as a bridge for several scenes. It has a tinkling of some kind of percussive instrument and contains a Latin type beat. I want to identify the song so I may purchase it. (from the01count in Los Angeles, CA USA)
A: I believe the answer to your question is Terence Blanchard - he did the score on the movie and he is the trumpet player in the song you want. I don't know the name of the score track. (thanks to jeff, chicagoadd more info
A: Hugh Masakela's "Grazin in the Grass," or "Soulful Strut" by Young Holt Unlimited (thanks to Songstir, Santone, TXadd more info
A: "Grazin' in the Grass" by Hugh Masekela (thanks to markster, green bay wiadd more info

Q: What's the song playing after Martin Luther King and Petey Green is done with his broadcast? (from skylinesmostwanted in San Diego, CA,USA)
A: ...just found it. Sam Cooke's "A Change Is Gonna Come." Cheers! (thanks to flarespot, montreal, quebec. canadaadd more info

Q: There is a song in the movie that's not on the soundtrack. It's a classic 60s rock song with a catchy guitar riff in the beginning and it says "time," but that's all I can remember. I we hear it when he walks out on the street in the middle of the movie. Any help is greatly appreciated!!! (from Peaches in Oklahoma)
A: Got it! Just searched for song credits. The Chambers Brothers' "Time Has Come Today." (thanks to Peaches, Oklahomaadd more info

Q: Has anyone found the name of the score track? I know it's by Terrance Blanchard.
...from Shirelle in baltimore,maryland (answer Shirelle's question)

Q: Is there a soundtrack available with cuts of music not listed, you know bonus cuts? (from Lady Di in Atlanta, Ga.)
A: No. (thanks to DBOMBadd more info

Q: Why isn't Les McCan's version of "Compared to What" featured on the soundtrack? The version of this song that is on the soundtrack isn't played until the end when the credits rolled. (from Lady Di in Atlanta, Ga.)
A: Could be any number of reasons... too much money required to get the rights, Les may not have wanted it on an album released by a company he is not affiliated with, etc etc. (thanks to DBOMBadd more info

Q: What's the song playing in the last scenes of the movie? I know Terence Blanchard did movie the score, but can't find it under his name. Anyone?
...from darnezzy in Cali (answer darnezzy's question)

Q: What's the song heard when Petey Green's manager excitedly rushes in office to tell Petey he's to be on Johnny Carson show and serves as bridge music as Petey and friends ride thru town and finally arrive at show's studio?
...from Nag in Detroit (answer Nag's question)

Q: What is the name of the instrumental piece playing near the end of the movie? I know it's by Terence Blanchard but, I want to know the name and is it on a CD of his?
...from donna in Los Angleles, CA (answer donna's question)

Q: What's the instrumental song playing right after Dewey locks Sunny Jim in his office? The bass line is just awesome.
...from palkom in Kosice, Slovakia (answer palkom's question)


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