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The Beverly Hillbillies soundtrack

The Beverly Hillbillies (1993)
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 07863663132
Label: Fox
Label number: 66313
Running time: 34m02s
Shipping date: September 28th, 1993
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1.  White Lightnin' - Joe Diffie [3:12]
2.  I Ain't Never - The Oak Ridge Boys [2:25]
3.  Crying Time - Lorrie Morgan [3:09]
4.  I'm Movin' On - Sammy Kershaw [2:57]
5.  I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry - Aaron Tippin [4:04]
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Soundtrack Q & A
Q: I believe I heard a song in the film, but can't seem to find it listed on the soundtrack. The chorus goes "...sea of a hearbreak, lost love loneliness memories of your caress, so divine, how i wish you were mine..." I don't know how the artist is. Any ideas?? (from victor in Las Vegas, NV. US)
A: I don't know if the song is in the movie, but the song you describe is definitely called "Sea of Heartbreak" by Don Gibson. (thanks to Brian, Fountain Valleyadd more info
A: What is the name of the song that they are singing about Elle Mae? (thanks to Paulette, Miadd more info

Q: What is the bluegrass song at the beginning (not "The Ballad of Jed Clampet")?
...from swampthang in Kentucky (answer swampthang's question)

Q: Hi. In this movie, in the part when the hillbillies fly to Beverly Hills, they play a song; it's instrumental (acoustic guitar and/or banjo), maybe country or folk. I would like to know what is the name of the song and who plays it. Thanks. (from Francisco_Toro in Ecuador)
A: "Dueling Banjos" (thanks to sean, floridaadd more info

Q: Jed goes to dance with the lady and he says "this is my favorite song." What's the name of the song he's talking about? (from sean in florida)
A: "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" by Hank Williams (thanks to daiz, U.Kadd more info

Q: What's the song playing when the wedding is cancelled and they decide to party?
...from Chiel Beijers in Brabant, The Netherlands (answer Chiel Beijers's question)

Q: Hi. At the beginning of this film there is a great dobro piece of music and it was not on the soundtrack CD that I heard when the film came out way back when. The music plays across the opening credits. Does anybody know what it is or who plays it?
...from gary in nova scotia (answer gary's question)

Q: Who sings "Hot Rod Lincoln" at the end? Is it Jim Varnie? (from DEPHIL in Delaware)
A: Yes, it's Jim Varney. He recorded a version of "Hot Rod Lincoln" for the movie. (thanks to cadillac joe, bayou county, MIadd more info
A: There are also other artists who recorded the song. Asleep at the Wheel and also Junior Brown. (thanks to Shani , Knoxville Tnadd more info

Q: This question is looking for the same answer as swampthang. I re-ask it to maybe clarify a few things: The music in question is played while Ellie Mae is kicking the can of smoke at the bees, and stomping the bear, and after Grannie knocks the wind out of Albert at the very beginning of the movie. The song has a very folkish flavor, ala Leo Kottke or perhap Ry Cooder. It is played in an open tuning of some sort and with a slide. I would dearly love to have some more information about this tune. Help?
...from Blooze in Oklahoma (answer Blooze's question)

Q: When Elly Mae is wrestling with one of the wrestling bullies, what's the first part of an old rock-n-roll song we hear? (from lisa bee in Henderson, Texas)
A: That's "Rocky Mountain Way" by Joe Walsh (thanks to Keith, New yorkadd more info

Q: What is the opening score of the movie?? It's a beautiful blue grass song.... (not "the Ballad of Jed Clampett")
...from Shani in Knoxville Tn (answer Shani's question)

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