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James Horner - An American Tail (Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack) mp3 download


Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Main Title
A2 The Cossack Cats
A3 There Are No Cats In America
Performer – John Guarnieri , Nehemiah Persoff, Warren Hays
A4 The Storm
A5 Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor
A6 Never Say Never
Performer – Christopher Plummer, Phillip Glasser
A7 The Market Place
A8 Somewhere Out There
Performer – Betsy Cathcart, Phillip Glasser
B1 Somewhere Out There
Mixed By – George MassenburgPerformer – James Ingram, Linda RonstadtProducer – Peter AsherRecorded By – Allen Sides
B2 Releasing The Secret Weapon
B3 A Duo
Performer – Dom DeLuise, Phillip Glasser
B4 The Great Fire
B5 Reunited
B6 Flying Away And End Credits

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 076741-9096-12

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ISC 423, Volume 423 James Horner An American Tail (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(CD, Album) Intrada, Intrada Special Collection ISC 423, Volume 423 US 2019
MCA 3531 James Horner An American Tail (Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(LP, Album) MCA Records MCA 3531 Venezuela 1986
01162 James Horner Fievel Y El Nuevo Mundo ‎(CD, Album) MCA Records, Altaya 01162 Spain 1996
MCAC-39096, MCAC 39096 James Horner An American Tail (Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(Cass) MCA Records, MCA Records MCAC-39096, MCAC 39096 US 1986
MCA-39096 James Horner An American Tail (Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(LP, Album) MCA Records MCA-39096 Canada 1986


James Horner - An American Tail (Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack) mp3 download
Performer: James Horner
Genre: Media music
Title: An American Tail (Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Country: US
Released: 1986
Style: Soundtrack
MP3 version ZIP size: 1157 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1109 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 924
Other Formats: AAC MMF APE WAV AU WMA AHX

Syleazahad
I really don't understand why this record is under various, when ALL the music is written by James Horner, for soundtrack, the composer should be the dominant figure, isn't it?