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Concrete Cowboy

Lakeshore Records 04/02/2021 Download
TV Series/TV film Film release: 2020

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# Track   Duration
2.Driving To Philly 
3.Please Don’t Leave Me 
4.Fletcher Street I 
5.Cole’s Theme 
6.Old Beer And Slice Cheese 
7.The Lion’s Den 
8.Back To Harp’s House 
9.Cleaning The Stables 
10.Paris Talks $hit 
11.Fletcher Street II 
12.New Saddle 
13.Smush Used To Ride 
14.Breaking Boo 
15.Breaking Cole 
16.Horse Race 
17.Don’t Go Nowhere 
18.Basketball Court Date 
19.You Don’t Have To Get Out To Grow Up 
20.Animal Control 
23.We Gonna Ride 
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Concrete Cowboy

Added on Friday, April 02, 2021  

Concrete Cowboy

Lakeshore Records is set to release Concrete Cowboy—Music From the Netflix Film digitally on April 2 with music by Kevin Matley.

Lakeshore Records is set to release Concrete Cowboy—Music From the Netflix Film digitally on April 2 with music by Kevin Matley.

The understated score highlights solo instruments to provide an emotionally rich and moving backdrop to the father-son drama about a teen caught between a life of crime and his estranged father’s vibrant urban-cowboy subculture.

The soundtrack is available digitally April 2, 2021.

Concrete Cowboy is directed by Ricky Staub with Idris Elba, Caleb McLaughlin, Jharrel Jerome, Byron Bowers, Lorraine Toussaint and Clifford “Method Man” Smith.

Says Matley: “I love the way Ricky Staub tells stories, so working with him again on Concrete Cowboy was very special. I wanted the score to serve as the musical spirit for the characters who are all from different backgrounds but come together for the same two reasons: community and riding horses. To achieve this, I decided to lean on solo instruments to create a more raw yet visceral sound.”

When fifteen-year-old Cole (Caleb McLaughlin) is expelled from school in Detroit, he is sent to North Philadelphia to live with Harp (Idris Elba), his estranged father. Harp finds solace in rehabilitating horses for inner city cowboys at the Fletcher Street Stables, a real-life black urban horsemanship community that has provided a safe haven for the neighborhood residents for more than 100 years.
Torn between his growing respect for his father’s community and his reemerging friendship with troubled cousin Smush (Jharrel Jerome), Cole begins to reprioritize his life as the stables themselves are threatened by encroaching gentrification.

More info at: Official Web Site Green Door Pictures

More info at: Composer Kevin Matley Official Site

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