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Bruce Parry Presents Amazon Tribe – Songs for Survival
Released by Kensaltown Records in 2008, Songs for Survival is a compilation album with contributions from a variety of artists. The album was released to raise money and awareness for Survival International, a charity focused upon supporting the human rights of tribal peoples. The album is connected with Tribe and Amazon, two BBC television series presented by
Harold And Maude (Vinyl Films)
Despite limited critical and commercial success upon release, Hal Ashby’s 1971 movie, Harold and Maude, went on to achieve cult status amongst audiences and within the film industry. Its unusual mix of dark humour, romance, and existential drama is beautifully enhanced by the collection of Cat’s songs that were used for the soundtrack. All but two
Charlie Bartlett (Soundtrack)
The Charlie Bartlett soundtrack, released in 2007, features “If You Want To Sing Out, Sing Out” by Cat Stevens.
We Are Marshall (Soundtrack)
The soundtrack for the 2006 film, We Are Marshall features “Peace Train” by Cat Stevens.
The Thumbsucker soundtrack, released by Hollywood Records in 2005, features a performance of the Cat Stevens song “Trouble” by Elliott Smith.
Strangely Strange But Oddly Normal
Strangely Strange But Oddly Normal is a compilation album featuring hits from a variety of artists, released by Island Records in 2005.
The Kid Stays In The Picture (Soundtrack)
The Kid Stays In The Picture soundtrack, released in 2002, features “Wild World” by Cat Stevens.