Ned Kelly (soundtrack)

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Ned Kelly
CD reissue cover
Soundtrack album by Mick Jagger, Shel Silverstein, Waylon Jennings
Released July 1970
Genre Country
Label United Artists
Producer Ron Haffkine
Waylon Jennings chronology
Don't Think Twice
(1970)
Ned Kelly
(1970)
Singer of Sad Songs
(1970)



Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]

Ned Kelly is the soundtrack to the 1970 film about the Australian outlaw, Ned Kelly. It features music written by Shel Silverstein, and performed by Waylon Jennings and Kris Kristofferson, and a solo track by Mick Jagger, who played the title character.

The soundtrack album was originally issued by United Artists Records in 1970 as UAS-5213 but reissued in 1974 as UA-LA300G. Rykodisc reissued this album in 1997, with added dialogue from the movie and multimedia files.

Original LP Track listing[edit]

Side 1

  1. "Ned Kelly" - Waylon Jennings
  2. "The Wild Colonial Boy" - Mick Jagger
  3. "Son of a Scoundrel" - Kris Kristofferson
  4. "Shadow of the Gallows" - Waylon Jennings
  5. "Lonigan's Widow" - Waylon Jennings
  6. "Stoney Cold Ground" - Kris Kristofferson

Side 2

  1. "The Kelly’s Keep Comin'" - Kris Kristofferson
  2. "Ranchin' in the Evenin'" - Waylon Jennings
  3. "Blame it on the Kellys" - Waylon Jennings
  4. "Pleasures of a Sunday Afternoon" - Waylon Jennings
  5. "Hey Ned" - Tom Ghent

CD Track listing[edit]

  1. Waylon Jennings – "Ned Kelly"
  2. "Such is Life"
  3. Mick Jagger – "The Wild Colonial Boy"
  4. "What Do You Mean I Don’t Like"
  5. Kris Kristofferson – "Son of a Scoundrel"
  6. Waylon Jennings – "Shadow of the Gallows"
  7. "If I Ever Kill"
  8. Waylon Jennings – "Lonigan's Widow"
  9. Kris Kristofferson – "Stoney Cold Ground"
  10. "Ladies and Gentlemen"
  11. Kris Kristofferson – "The Kelly’s Keep Comin'"
  12. Waylon Jennings – "Ranchin' in the Evenin'"
  13. "Say"
  14. Waylon Jennings – "Blame it on the Kellys"
  15. Waylon Jennings – "Pleasures of a Sunday Afternoon"
  16. Tom Ghent – "Hey Ned"


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