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JAMES HORNER FILM MUSIC | October 27, 2016 |

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  • 1.  	Main Title (02:10) 2.  	The Oglaia Sioux (02:35) 3.  	Jimmy's Escape (03:33) 4.  	Proud Nation (01:56) 5.  	Evidence (01:39) 6.  	First Vision (01:13) 7.  	Ghost Dance (03:13) 8.  	The Goons (02:33) 9.  	Medicine Man (01:00) 10.  	My People/Wounded Knee (04:28) 11.  	Thunder heart (05:25) 12.  	Run For The Stronghold (05:20) 13.  	This Land Is Not For Sale/End Titles (08:14)

  • Sound engineer: Shawn Murphy
    Music editor: Jim Henrikson

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