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DISC: 1

1. Hank Williams - Why Don't You Love Me (Like You Used To Do)
2. Hank Williams - Cold, Cold Heart
3. Eddy Arnold - Bouquet Of Roses
4. Hank Williams - Hey, Good Looking
5. Frankie Laine - Rose, Rose, I Love You
6. Pee Wee King - Slow Poke
7. Eddy Arnold - Anything That's Part Of Love
8. Hank Snow - A Fool Such As I
9. Jo Stafford - Shrimp Boats
10. Tony Bennett - Cold, Cold Heart
11. Phil Harris - The Thing
12. Hank Williams - Lovesick Blues
13. Hank Thompson - The Wild Side Of LIfe
14. Hank Williams - Kaw-Liga
15. Johnnie Ray - Please Mr. Sun
16. Lefty Frizzell - Give Me More, More Of Your Kisses
17. Hank Williams - Half As Much
18. Eddie Fisher - Wish You Were Here
19. Tony Bennett - Solitaire
20. Kay Starr - Wheel Of Fortune
21. Tony Bennett - Blue Velvet
22. Joe Stafford - You Belong To Me
23. Hank Williams - My Son Calls Another Man Daddy
24. Hank Williams - I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You)
25. Webb Pierce - Back Street Affair
26. Bob Wills ; His Texas Playboys - Faded Love
27. Hank Williams - Jambalaya (On The Bayou)
28. Johnny Standley - It's In The Book (Part One)
29. Paul Whiteman ; His Orchestra - It's Only A Paper Moon
30. Ozzie Nelson ; His Orchestra - About A Quarter To Nine
31. Leo Reisman ; His Orchestra - (It Will Have To Do) Until The Real Thing Comes Along
32. Dick Powell - Flirtation Walk
33. Bing Crosby - Just One More Chance
34. Jimmie Grier ; His Orchestra - One Hour With You
35. Victor Young ; His Orchestra ; The Boswell Sisters -
36. Jimmie Grier ; His Orchestra - The Object Of My Affection
37. Hoagy Carmichael ; His Orchestra - Georgia On My Mind
38. Paul Whiteman ; His Orchestra - A Picture Of Me Without You
39. The Blue Sky Boys - On The Banks Of The Ohio
40. Jimmie Davis My Mary
41. Tommy Dorsey ; His Orchestra - After You've Gone
42. Enric Madriguera ; His Hotel Biltmore Orchestra -
43. Johnny Hamp's Kentucky Serenaders - Sunnyside Up
44. Irving Aaronson ; His Commanders Vocal: Phil Saxe and Chorus - Let's Misbehave (1928)
45. Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, vocal: Ramona Davies - I Get A Kick Out of You (1935)
46. Richard Himber and His Ritz-Carlton Orchestra, vocal: Stuart Allen - Just One of Those Things (1935)
47. Bea Wain with Larry Clinton and His Orchestra - Most Gentlemen Don't Like Love (1938)
48. Eddy Duchin ; his Orchestra, vocal: Jerry Cooper - It's De-Lovely (1936)
49. Lee Wiley with Bunny Berigan's Music -
50. Joseph Rines ; His Hotel St Regis Orchestra,
51. Ruby Newman ; His Orchestra, vocal: Florence Case - Down In The Depths On The 90th Floor (1936)
52. Judy Garland and Johnny Mercer with Victor Young and His Orchestra - Friendship (1940)
53. Ozzie Nelson ; his Orchestra, vocal: Ozzie Nelson
54. Introduction
55. Overture
56. Theme And Variations
57. 4Ragtime
58. Antimacassar
59. Pursuit And Happiness
60. Main Title
61. Orson Around
62. Tana's Theme
63. Son Of Raunchy
64. Strollin' Blues
65. Borderline Montuna
66. Lease Breaker
67. Background For Murder
68. Rock Me To Sleep
69. Ku Ku
70. Reflection
71. The Big Drag
72. Susan
73. The Boss
74. Bar Room Rock
75. Gnossiennes No. 3
76. En plus from Trois
77. Main Title / The Searchers
78. Ethan Returns
79. Meet Martin
80. Locket For Debbie
81. Ethan And Aaron / The Searchers
82. Goodbye Ethan
83. Posse Rides
84. Comanches / Edwards' Ranch At Sundown
85. Debbie At The Tombstone
86. Martin Dragging His Saddle / Burning Ranch
87. The Searchers / Indian's Grave
88. Ethan Joins The Posse
89. The Searchers / Indians Surround The Posse / Death Chant / Indians Charge Into The River
90. Saddle Up / The Searchers
91. No Bonfires    0:58
92. Ethan Returns From Scouting
93. Brad Dies / The Searchers
94. Laurie And Martin
95. Laurie And Martin Argue
96. Ethan's Dummy Ruse
97. News Of Debbie
98. Camp By The Lake
99. Buffalo Herd / Buffalo Drums
100. Assembly
101. The Searchers / Cavalry Crosses The Snowfield
102. Mose
103. Cicatriz
104. Scar's Tepee
105. Debbie Refuses To Leave
106. Arrow Hits Ethan / The Searchers
107. Laurie Warns Martin
108. Martin To The Rescue
109. The Searchers / Martin Shoots Scar
110. Attack On The Indian Village
111. Reunion Of Ethan And Debbie
112. End Title / The Searchers
113. The Searchers (The Sons of the Pioneers)
114. The Searchers (Ride Away) (Danny Knight)
115. Norman Luboff Choir - Sweet Lorena
116. Johnny Cash - Lorena
117. Norman Luboff Choir - The Last Round-Up
118. Down by the Glen Side
119. I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen

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4 CD Box Set celebrating the films of director Peter Bogdanovich. Plus soundtrack highlights from the directors who inspired him: Orson Welles and John Ford. Peter Bogdanovich's early films are regarded as integral to what would become known as the Hollywood Renaissance, New Hollywood or the American New Wave. Thrillingly modern, yet full of the spirit of classical American cinema. His documentary, 'Directed by John Ford', and book of interviews, 'This is Orson Welles', evidence the influence of those directorial giants on Peter and reveal his own deep love of the craft of film-making. Discs one and two comprise the soundtracks of Peter's two eloquent film essays in Americana; 'The Last Picture Show' (1971) and 'Paper Moon' (1973), alongside a programme of vintage 78rpm recordings of Cole Porter songs featured in his musical, 'At Long Last Love' (1975). Discs three and four are devoted to music from the masterpieces of Orson Welles and John Ford that fired Peter's imagination; 'Citizen Kane', 'The Magnificent Ambersons', 'A Touch of Evil' and 'The Searchers'. Set in a small Texan town between November 1951 to October 1952, and made in black and white at Welles' suggestion, 'The Last Picture Show' - nominated for eight Academy Awards and winning two - is regarded as one of the most poetic American films of the era. 'Paper Moon', another black and white feature, and another commercial and critical success, is an ingenious reinvention of the classic American road movie. It won a best supporting actress Oscar for 10 year-old Tatum O'Neal.