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Musical Montage

Every Monday, we celebrate the best of movie soundtracks, movie inspired music videos, famous film composers and much more

Musical Montage: Trisha Yearwood “How Do I Live”

This month we’re featuring the best of action ballads/love songs, what with Valentine’s Day and what have you, and to kick things off, the theme from Con Air, How Do I Live? by Trisha Yearwood, probably not something a lot of the cons in that movie would listen to.
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Musical Montage: “Sweep the Leg” by No More Kings

It would probably would have been cool enough that No More Kings’ song “Sweep the Leg” was based on The Karate Kid but they not only got Billy Zabka aka Johnny to direct their video but he also starred and there are cameos from pretty much the entire cast.
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Musical Montage: Miami Connection

Bringing a “new dimension of rock and roll” to 80’s Orlando is Dragon Sound, the only band whose members are all orphaned black belts in tae kwan do.
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Musical Montage: Henry Mancini

Henry Mancini was one of the major film and television composers of the 60’s and 70’s and is responsible for some of the best known themes ever such as The Pink Panther Theme, Peter Gunn Theme and Baby Elephant Walk from Hatari!
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Musical Montage: Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch

He’s an Academy Award nominated actor now, but let us never forget that at one time, Mark Wahlberg led the Funky Bunch as Marky Mark. Check out the official music video for their greatest hit, “Good Vibrations” in this week’s Musical Montage.
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Musical Montage: Bond Music (Craig)

Just like the quality of the movies, two of the three Daniel Craig Bond themes are fantastic and one is just OK. Listen to all three as we close out our month long tribute to Bond music.
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