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John Williams  (Ita) - Sugarland Express - O.S.T. (Ita)
Sugarland Express - O.S.T. (Ita)
Artist: John Williams (Ita)
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 07/12/2024
UPC: 826924165027

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1. The Sugarland Express - Main Title 1:29
2. Freedom at Last :46
3. The First Chase 2:32
4. Taking the Jump 1:48
5. The Caravan Forms 2:01
6. To the Roadblock 1:27
7. Sugarland Dance 1:38
8. Road Ballad 2:05
9. Out of Gas 2:24
10. Trading Stamps 1:14
11. Police Cars Move 1:00
12. Along the Route 1:18
13. Man and Wife 2:09
14. Franklyn Falls :29
15. Sealing the Bargain 1:27
16. The Deputies Arrive :55
17. The Onlookers 1:02
18. Open Highway 2:04
19. Pursuit 1:51
20. Over the Next Hill 1:04
21. Setting the Trap 1:41
22. Last Conversation 2:00
23. The Final Ride 3:36
24. The Sugarland Express - End Title 1:45

More Info:

La-La Land Records and Universal Studios proudly present the twenty-first title within the acclaimed Universal Pictures Film Music Classics Collection - THE SUGARLAND EXPRESS, a world premiere release of music from the original soundtrack for the very first collaboration between director Steven Spielberg and composer John Williams (JAWS, E.T., SCHINDLER'S LIST). Celebrating it's 50th anniversary, THE SUGARLAND EXPRESS, released in 1974, stars Goldie Hawn as a Texas mother who breaks her husband (William Atherton) out of a prison farm when she is denied custody of their baby. Together they hijack a highway patrolman (Michael Sacks) and lead a convoy of media, onlookers, and countless police cars across the state. Spielberg's first feature film balances comedy, drama and action in what Pauline Kael of The New Yorker called "one of the most phenomenal debut films in the history of movies." Although Williams' score never received a prior album release, the 50th anniversary of his historic partnership with Spielberg, along with a revisitation of the film for Universal Studios' new 4K restoration, yielded the proper conditions to at last create an original soundtrack, which now takes a place of honor in the successful Universal Studios Film Music Classics Collection.