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7 thoughts on “ He Quit Me - Various - Midnight Cowboy (Original Motion Picture Score)

  1. Mar 28,  · This item is the Original Motion Picture Score Stereo Lp featuring the Movie titled: Midnight Cowboy - Original Motion Picture Score - A Jerome Hellman - John Schlesinger Production - Musical Supervision John Barry - "Everybody's Talkin" Sung By Nilsson - United Artists Records - UAS(Stereo - )/5(43).
  2. Dec 31,  · Midnight Cowboy (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Various Artists Pop ; 3 A Famous Myth The Groop 4 Fun City John Barry 5 He Quit Me Leslie Miller 6 Jungle Gym At the Zoo Elephant's Memory 7 Midnight Cowboy John Barry 8 Old Man Willow Elephant's Memory 9 Florida Fantasy John BarryReleased on: January 01,
  3. Nov 23,  · Features song clips of "He Quit Me" by Leslie Miller (from the Midnight Cowboy Original Motion Picture Score) and "What A Shame" by Fleetwood Mac .
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  5. But, I have to admit that I was very impressed with the "Midnight Cowboy" track itself. The lonely, errie harmonica brings you to a different place with its power and strikingly different sound. "Fun City", "Old Man Willow", and "Science Fiction" are all different, and worth a listen. The other songs didn't do me /5(7).
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  7. Apr 16,  · The Alternate “Midnight Cowboy” Soundtrack: Blowin’ Minds in ’69! By Bryan Thomas on April 16, John Schlesinger’s Oscar-winning classic from , Midnight Cowboy, starring Dustin Hoffman as Enrico “Ratso” Rizzo and Jon Voight as Joe Buck, was the only X-rated movie to ever win an Academy Award for Best Picture.

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