Where The Buffalo Roam (Remastered) Neil Young

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Label: Geffen

Genre: Soundtrack

Subgenre: Film

Artist: Neil Young

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  • 1Buffalo Stomp03:10
  • 2Ode To Wild Bill # 100:35
  • 3Ode To Wild Bill # 201:01
  • 4Home On The Range01:44
  • 5Ode To Wild Bill # 300:23
  • 6Ode To Wild Bill # 400:32
  • 7Buffalo Stomp Refrain02:00
  • Total Runtime09:25

Info for Where The Buffalo Roam (Remastered)

Young’s next foray into the world of the soundtrack was an even scrappier affair. He provided the incidental music to Where The Buffalo Roam, the 1980 flick in which Bill Murray played the gun-totin’, drug-poppin’ gonzo author Hunter S. Thompson. Its soundtrack features classic tracks by Hendrix, Dylan and others but, in true gonzo spirit, Young’s seven contributions add up to less than 10 minutes of music and mainly consist of him playing creaky variations of “Home On The Range.”

"Neil Young's score for this film about writer Hunter Thompson (played by Bill Murray) consists of several fragmentary instrumental and vocal performances of "Home on the Range" played by an orchestra with Young on vocals, harmonica, and distorted electric guitar (amounting to less than ten minutes of music), plus a series of rock evergreens: "All Along the Watchtower" and "Purple Haze" by Jimi Hendrix, "Papa Was a Rolling Stone" by the Temptations, "Highway 61" by Bob Dylan, "I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch)" by the Four Tops, and "Keep On Chooglin'" by Creedence Clearwater Revival. Also, Murray strangles his way through a torturous "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds," and there is some dialogue from the film." (William Ruhlmann, AMG)

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