Gentleman Broncos Soundtrack Features Scorpions, Black Sabbath and Cher


A couple days ago, a reader who liked the Iron Man 2 soundtrack asked if we could take a look at the movie Gentleman Broncos and figure out the songs that played in the scenes of the movie. Thanks to the speed of Netflix (good) and  a cancelled dinner (not so good), I was able to watch the movie tonight and match up almost all of the songs. So here we go @TheWoundedJukebox. Hope you enjoy!

The studio did not release a soundtrack album for the movie, but here are all 20 songs from Gentleman Broncos in the order they appeared in the movie. The movie opens with the montage of sci-fi fantasy book covers featuring the opening credits as the song In the Year 2525 plays.

The soundtrack also includes Wind of Change from the Scorpions, Carry on My Wayward Son from Kansas and Paranoid by Black Sabbath. Total aside: Paranoid was released 40 years ago. That just blows my mind. It is an insane song for being released 40 years ago.

Gentleman Broncos has four woodwind/flute songs from John Two-Hawks. The only problem is that they are listed all together in the credits instead of in the order they appeared in the movie, so these songs might be slightly out of order in the list below, but the rest of them should be good. By good, I mean matched to the right scene. You make the call about whether they are good or not. Case in point – Just Like Jesse James by Cher.

If you’ve seen the movie and have any thoughts on the songs, please post them in the comments. Also, if you have any requests for movies that are missing, post a note and I will queue them up to watch and post about them.

Here’s the list of songs from Gentleman Broncos in the order they appeared in the movie and with notes on the scenes as well as links to the downloads for most of them.

Original music for Gentleman Broncos – David Wingo

~ by montelutz on May 12, 2010.

3 Responses to “Gentleman Broncos Soundtrack Features Scorpions, Black Sabbath and Cher”

  1. […] Gentleman Broncos Soundtrack Features Scorpions, Black Sabbath and Cher « Reelsoundtrack Blog […]

  2. I love this movie and part of it is because I got hooked on the music. Well, most of it. Not Cher. Thanks so much for posting this!

  3. Wow, nice list. I’ve been looking for something exactly like this!

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