Vinyl LP pressing. The jazz songs in the Pixar film, Soul, were written and performed by Jon Batiste. Best known for being the bandleader on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, he also served as a cultural consultant for the movie. "This film has a lot of light in it. It's a lot of light and life force energy, I like to call it. It was really the beginning of me figuring out my way into the jazz music in the film. Finding the spiritual tone."
Vinyl LP pressing. The jazz songs in the Pixar film, Soul, were written and performed by Jon Batiste. Best known for being the bandleader on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, he also served as a cultural consultant for the movie. "This film has a lot of light in it. It's a lot of light and life force energy, I like to call it. It was really the beginning of me figuring out my way into the jazz music in the film. Finding the spiritual tone."
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Music From And Inspired By Soul [LP]
Artist: Jon Batiste
Format: Vinyl
New: Available to Order 2- 3 days $19.98
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Born to Play
2. Born to Play Reprise
3. Bigger Than Us
4. Collard Greens and Cornbread Strut
5. Joes Lowdown Blues
6. 22s Getaway
7. Apex Wedge
8. Let Your Soul Glow
9. Feel Soul Good
10. Looking at Life
11. Fruit of the Vine
12. The Epic Conversationalist / Born to Play
13. Celestial Spaces in Blue
14. Spiritual Connection
15. The Initial Pursuit
16. Its All Right Performed by Jon Batiste
17. Space Maker
18. Cristo Redentor
19. Danceland
20. Epistrophy
21. I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart
22. Blue Rondo a la Turk

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Vinyl LP pressing. The jazz songs in the Pixar film, Soul, were written and performed by Jon Batiste. Best known for being the bandleader on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, he also served as a cultural consultant for the movie. "This film has a lot of light in it. It's a lot of light and life force energy, I like to call it. It was really the beginning of me figuring out my way into the jazz music in the film. Finding the spiritual tone."

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