Le Mans '66
Ford v. Ferrari (Songs)


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# Track Artist/Composer Duration
1.Polk Salad Annie (Ford V Ferrari Remix)James Burton3:26
2.Money (That's What I Want)The Kingsmen2:19
3.Have Love Will TravelThe Sonics2:38
4.I Put A Spell On YouNina Simone2:36
5.Une fille comme toiLucky Blondo2:34
6.Love's Gonna Live HereBuck Owens2:00
7.Stranger in a Strange LandThe Byrds3:05
8.Le Mans 66Marco Beltrami & Buck Sanders5:41
9.Team PlayerMarco Beltrami & Buck Sanders3:17
10.Crescent WrenchMarco Beltrami & Buck Sanders1:35
11.Ace of SpadesLink Wray2:18
12.Dark SideThe Shadows Of Knight2:02
13.Hipsville 29 B.C. (I Need Help)The Sparkles2:12
14.Flyin Saucers Rock N RollBilly Lee Riley2:04
15.Shooting StarLes Baxter1:57
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Ford v Ferrari (Le Mans '66) (Songs)

Hollywood Records releases the digital original motion picture soundtrack to Ford v Ferrari, directed by James Mangold. Marco Beltrami and Buck Sanders composed the music for Ford v Ferrari, which was recorded at the legendary Capitol Records Studio in Hollywood. The soundtrack includes three score cues alongside classic 1960's tracks including 'Money (That's What I Want)' by The Kingsmen, 'Have Love Will Travel' by the Sonics and 'I Put a Spell on You' by Nina Simone.

Hollywood Records releases the digital original motion picture soundtrack to Ford v Ferrari, directed by James Mangold. Marco Beltrami and Buck Sanders composed the music for Ford v Ferrari, which was recorded at the legendary Capitol Records Studio in Hollywood. The soundtrack includes three score cues alongside classic 1960's tracks including 'Money (That's What I Want)' by The Kingsmen, 'Have Love Will Travel' by the Sonics and 'I Put a Spell on You' by Nina Simone.

The album also includes 'Polk Salad Annie (Ford v Ferrari Remix),' an exclusive remix by Grammy Award-winning producer/mixer/writer David Sardy (The Rolling Stones, Oasis, Fall Out Boy) who worked from guitarist James Burton's original multi-track tapes to create a riveting new mix of the guitar rock classic. The Ford v Ferrari soundtrack and score album are available today, as the film opens in U.S. theatres.

Mangold originally collaborated with composer Beltrami and his 'right-hand man,' audio experimental producer Sanders on 3:10 to Yuma, for which Beltrami's score received an Academy Award nomination.
The pair then reunited with Mangold on The Wolverine and Logan. For Ford v Ferrari, Beltrami and Sanders shared scoring duties.

Their original music was inspired by the energy and grit of 1960s garage bands, which led to the choice to record with a 15-piece band including 3 guitars, keyboards/piano, organ, bass, standup bass, drums, percussion and a horn section.


More info at: Official movie website Twentieth Century Fox Film





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