Cover image for St. Vincent original motion picture soundtrack.
Title:
St. Vincent original motion picture soundtrack.
Publication Information:
[Place of publication not identified] : Sony Classical, [2014]
Physical Description:
1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Title from sell sheet.

Compact disc.
Language:
English
Contents:
Everyone hides (Jeff Tweedy) (1:10) -- Try loving me (The Webs) (2:57) -- Somebody to love (Jefferson Airplane) (2:58) -- Why why why (Jeff Tweedy) (1:48) -- You da one (Fingazz, Ca$hizz Klay) (3:52) -- Stripper pole (Nyzzy Nyce) (2:52) -- One toke over the line (Brewer & Shipley) (3:19) -- Further on (Bronze Radio Return) (2:26) -- Hard to find (JD and the Straight Shot) (3:26) -- Start a war (The National) (3:16) -- Molodaya luna (Vechyaslav Samarin) (3:08) -- Shelter from the storm (Bob Dylan) (5:02).
Added Uniform Title:
St. Vincent (Motion picture)
UPC:
888750110725
Format :
Music CD

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Summary

Summary

The non-score version of the soundtrack for the Theodore Melfi-directed comedy-drama starring Bill Murray and Melissa McCarthy (composer Theodore Shapiro's original score was released separately), the original motion picture soundtrack for St. Vincent rounds up 12 songs from the film, including two brand-new pieces from Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy ("Everyone Hides," "Why Why Why") along with contributions from Bob Dylan ("Shelter from the Storm"), the National ("Start a War"), Jefferson Airplane ("Somebody to Love"), Brewer & Shipley ("One Toke Over the Line"), and JD & the Straight Shot ("Hard to Find"), among others. ~ James Christopher Monger


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