VARIOUS - One Night In Miami (O.S.T.) - LP - Vinyl

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VARIOUS - One Night In Miami (O.S.T.) - LP - Vinyl

VARIOUS - One Night In Miami (O.S.T.) - LP - Vinyl




CAT NO: 7187731

BARCODE: 0018771877318



Side A
Rumble, Young Man, Rumble! – Terence Blanchard
Sam Cooke Comes To Stage / Copacabana Introduction – One Night In Miami Band
Tammy – Leslie Odom Jr.
Howl For Me Daddy – Terence Blanchard, Keb’ Mo’ And Tarriona ‘Tank’ Ball
Do Us All Proud – Terence Blanchard
I Believe To My Soul – One Night In Miami Band
Salah Time – Terence Blanchard
I’m King Of The World! – Terence Blanchard
Put Me Down Easy – Hampton House – Leslie Odom Jr.
Put Me Down Easy – L.C. Cooke
Greazee – Billy Preston
Ain’t Yo Stuff Safe Here – Terence Blanchard

Side B
Malcolm Looks Out The Window – Terence Blanchard
You Send Me – Leslie Odom Jr.
(I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons – Leslie Odom Jr.
Brother, What Is Going On? – Terence Blanchard
I Wanna Damn Party – Terence Blanchard
Lonely Teardrops – Jeremy Pope
Chain Gang – Leslie Odom Jr.
Good Times – Leslie Odom Jr.
A Change Is Gonna Come – Leslie Odom Jr.
Speak Now – Leslie Odom Jr.

VARIOUS – One Night In Miami (O.S.T.)

LP – Black Vinyl

One Night in Miami is a 2020 American drama film directed by Regina King (in her feature directorial debut), from a screenplay by Kemp Powers, based on his stage play of the same name.

On one incredible night in 1964, four icons of sports, music, and pop culture gather to celebrate one of the biggest upsets in boxing history. When underdog Cassius Clay, soon to be called Muhammed Ali, (Eli Goree), defeats heavy weight champion Sonny Liston at the Miami Convention Hall, Clay memorialized the event with three of his friends: Malcolm X (Kingsley Ben-Adir), Sam Cooke (Leslie Odom Jr.) and Jim Brown (Aldis Hodge). Based on the award winning play of the same name, One Night In Miami is a fictional account of the actual night that these formidable figures spent together in the hotel. It looks at the struggles these men faced and the vital role they each played in the civil rights movement and cultural upheaval of the 1960s. More than 40 years later, their conversations on racial injustice, religion, and personal responsibility still resonate.