Monday, June 29, 2020

Check Out New Soundtracks For "Street Survivors:The True Story Of The Lynyrd Skynyrd Plane Crash" and "She Who Must Be Loved"

After a long legal battle, the full-length film "Street Survivors: The True Story Of The Lynyrd Skynyrd Plane Crash" will finally be released on DVD, Blu-ray and to video-on-demand on June 30. The movie tells the shocking story of the plane crash that killed several members of the band during the height of their popularity in 1977. Also recently released was a soundtrack to accompany the movie, featuring various artists performing some original songs in the classic Lynyrd Skynyrd style, along with a surprise cover song.

Singer Marshall Pyle starts the soundtrack off with an emotional, heartfelt ballad "Southern Feeling (Last Day)," before Lorenzo Green comes blazing his own southern rock trail with the blues rock appeal of "Wish." The southern rock band Pyletribe rip through a trio of high-energy rock numbers ("Black Creek," "Curse" and "Rattlesnake") to keep the adrenaline flowing, while country artist Scott Raines delivers the raw, guitar-driven title track "Street Survivors." The soundtrack wraps up with classic rock guitarist/singer Pat Travers performing a cover of J.J. Cale's song "Call Me The Breeze," which was made famous by Lynyrd Skynyrd, along with some of the movie's instrumental musical score. To find out more about the soundtrack to the movie "Street Survivors: The True Story Of The Lynyrd Skynyrd Plane Crash," please visit cleorecs.com.

Another recently released soundtrack comes from the movie "She Who Must Be Loved," directed by Erica Glynn about her mother, a 78-year old Aboriginal woman who co-founded the Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA). The film won the "Best Documentary" award at the 2019 Sydney Film Festival. Australian composer/musical director AJ True composed the touching soundtrack to this documentary and helped give the images on the screen an emotional touch. The music on this soundtrack simply glides along quietly and will simply drawn you in with their vulnerable melodies. Just listening to the music by itself will melt your troubles away, but added to the visuals of the movie give the songs a more striking and meaningful appeal. To find out more about AJ True and his latest release, the soundtrack to "She Who Must Be Loved," please visit ajtrue.bandcamp.com.

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