Revolution Summer (album)

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Revolution Summer
Soundtrack album by Jonathan Richman
Released 2007
Recorded at SF Soundworks, San Francisco, California
Genre Rock 'n' roll, Soundtrack, Americana
Length 28:10
Label Vapor Records
Jonathan Richman chronology
Not So Much to Be Loved as to Love
(2004)
Revolution Summer
(2007)
Because Her Beauty Is Raw and Wild
(2008)

Revolution Summer is a soundtrack album by Jonathan Richman, released by the Vapor Records label in 2007. The music was composed for the film Revolution Summer, directed by Miles Matthew Montalbano. The album is Richman's first soundtrack album, although he did contribute three songs to "There's Something About Mary" as well as appearing in the film, along with drummer Tommy Larkins, who also plays on this release. It is entirely instrumental, another first for Richman.

Track listing[edit]

All music composed by Jonathan Richman

  1. "Weeds Breaking Through The Concrete" (1:02)
  2. "Revolution Summer Theme" (2:01)
  3. "Francine's Theme" (1:31)
  4. "A Chill in the Night Air' (1.21)
  5. "Music for Next Year's Jukebox" (3:22)
  6. "Hipster Cafe" (1:10)
  7. "Vacant Lot" (5:16)
  8. "Hope's Theme" (1:35)
  9. "Francine's Theme (Reprise)" (3:43)
  10. "Hope's Theme (Reprise)" (0:41)
  11. "Weeds Breaking Through The Concrete (Reprise)" (4:03)
  12. "Now What?" (2:33)

Personnel[edit]