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JAMES HORNER FILM MUSIC | October 28, 2016 |

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  • 01. Main Title (5:09) 02. Jack Leaves Elaine's Apartment (1:06) 03. The Walden Hotel (4:10) 04. Aerobics (4:08) 05. Subway Station (5:38) 06. Subway Chase (1:50) 07. Luther's Bus (1:57) 08. The Alley (5:20) 09. The Boys Are Back In Town (2:35) (The BusBoys) 10. 48 Hrs. (3:13) (The BusBoys) 11. Love Songs Are For Crazies (3:44) (The BusBoys) 12. New Shoes (3:32) (The BusBoys) 13. Torchy's Boogie (2:55) (Ira Newborn)

  • Recording dates: 6-7 october 1982.
    Studio: Record Plant (Los Angeles)
    Orchestrations: Greig McRitchie
    Sound Engineer: Dan Wallin
    Musical Editor: Michael Tronick

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