Texas Rising

Película Serie de TV/Telefilme | Fecha de estreno: 19/05/2015 | Estreno de película: 2015 | Medio: Descarga


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# Pista Artista/Compositor Duración
1.I Won’t Back DownKris Kristofferson 
2.Igual Que YoJosé Feliciano 
3.Texas Rising Suite 
4.Emily Arrives in Camp / Town Evacuation 
5.Anderson Wakes Rangers 
6.Truett & Yancey Flirt with Sarah 
7.The Alamo and Lorca 
8.Sam Talks Strategy 
9.Deaf’s Goodbye to Lupe 
10.Lupe Watches Deaf Ride Off 
11.Getting’ a Whippin’ 
12.Houston Addresses the Troops 
13.Rangers Run into Mexican Army 
14.Mexican Ambush 
15.Santa Ana and Emily Sex in the Bath 
16.Bigfoot and Hayes at the Waterfall 
17.Lorca’s Hanging Bodies 
18.Wykoff’s New Home 
19.Deaf Tries talking to Lupe 
20.The Battle of San Jacinto (Part 1) 
21.The Battle of San Jacinto (Part 2) 
22.Emily Rescue 
23.Yellow Rose of Texas 
24.Yellow Rose of Texas (Alternate Version) 
25.Come to the Bower 
26.Come to the Bower (New Orleans Version) 
27.Texas Rising Main Title 
28.Take Me to TexasGeorge Strait 
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The soundtrack to History Channel’s highly-anticipated “Texas Rising” mini-series releases to all digital retailers on May 19. The compilation includes recordings by George Strait, Kris Kristofferson, José Feliciano, John Debney and Bruce Broughton.

Quintessential Texan and iconic singer/songwriter George Strait delivers original song, “Take Me To Texas,” written by Shane McAnally and Brandy Clark, while another Texas son, Kris Kristofferson, remade the Tom Petty classic, “I Won’t Back Down” for the project. International guitar virtuoso José Feliciano contributed the original piece “Igual Que Yo” created specifically for “Texas Rising.” The remaining titles on the 28-track album are instrumental score by Academy Award-nominated composer John Debney and ten-time Emmy Award-winning Bruce Broughton. The first time for both composers to work in Nashville, Debney and Broughton fully created the “Texas Rising” score at the famed Ocean Way Studios on Music Row.

From the same creative team behind the multi-Emmy Award-winning, record-breaking “Hatfields & McCoys,” “Texas Rising” is a ten-hour, five-part event series depicting the Texas Revolution and the rise of the legendary Texas Rangers – set to air beginning May 25 on History Channel. The all-star cast includes Kristofferson as Andrew Jackson, Bill Paxton as Sam Houston and Olivier Martinez as Santa Anna.

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