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[tab]1.  	Distant Memories (05:04) 2.  	Dwayne's Letters (02:45) 3.  	Faraway Thoughts (03:59) 4.  	Three Generations (Piano Solo) (02:49) 5.  	The Letter Home (02:37) 6.  	In Country (06:52) 7.  	Emmett (02:30) 8.  	The Vietnam Memorial (02:11) 9.  	Fallen Friends (10:04) BONUS TRACKS: 10.  	First Flashback (00:54) 11.  	Finding Photo (00:46) 12.  	Just A Country Boy (01:12) 13.  	The Vietnam Memorial (01:03) 14.  	Three Generations (Piano With Orchestra) (02:48) 15.  	Family Supper (Part I) (01:14) 16.  	Family Supper (Part II) (01:15) 17.  	The Storm (02:32)


Recorded on March 29, 30, 31 and April 1, 1989, at CBS Radford Studios, Studio City, California, and on April 5, 6, 7, 15 and 17, 1989, at THE BURBANK STUDIOS #1, Los Angeles, California.

Orchestrations: James Horner, Greig McRitchie
Scoring Mixer: Shawn Murphy
Music Editor: Jim Henrikson
Trumpet Solos: Malcolm McNAB
Clavier: Ian Underwood, Ralph Grierson
Guitare: Thomas Tedesco
Shakuhachi: Kazu Matsui



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