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Digital ReMastered Soundtrack.

Double A sided single coupled with "Wand'rin' Star" By Lee Marvin.

Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Wand'rin' Star by James Barton (1951).

Текст песни Clint Eastwood & Lee Marvin & Chorus Paint Your Wagon – "Best Things". The earth is pure muck, Muck's a good thing, And oozing with mud, Mud is just fine, It's drownin' in bog, Bog is good luck, And.

Other Versions (5 of 21) View All. Cat. Lee Marvin, Clint Eastwood (2) - La Leyenda De La Ciudad Sin Nombre Paint Your Wagon (Banda Sonora Original) ‎(7", Single). Paramount Records, Paramount Records, Hispavox. H559, h - 559, h 559.

Wand'rin' Star" was a number one single in the UK and Ireland for Lee Marvin for three weeks in March 1970. It was originally written by Alan J. Lerner (lyrics) and Frederick Loewe (music) for the stage musical Paint Your Wagon in 1951. When the film of the musical was made in 1969, Lee Marvin took the role of prospector Ben Rumson. Not a natural singer, Marvin nevertheless sang all of his songs in the film, rejecting the idea of miming to another singer's voice.

I Talk to the Trees". 1970 (1970) It was originally written by Alan J. When the film of the musical was made in 1969, Lee Marvin took the role of prospector Ben Rumson "Wand'rin' Star" was covered by English comedian and novelist Julian Clary; his version was released as a single in the United Kingdom in 1990, backed with the self-penned track "Uncanny and Unnatural". The song was covered by Shane MacGowan and The Popes on their 1997 album The Crock of Gold.

Both Lee Marvin and Clint Eastwood sang their own songs, while the female lead, Jean Seberg, had hers dubbed. An early incarnation of the Nitty Gritty Drit Band also appeared in the movie, which was released in 1968. Your opinion matters. It was a comedy as well.

10. The Gospel of No Name City. Are Lee Marvin and Clint Eastwood great singers? Heck no, but somehow their voices, such as they are, really worked well for this musical. Sure, "A Million Miles Away Behind the Door", "I Talk to the Trees" and "I Still See Elisa" were pretty much clunkers but the rest were outstanding. Just skip the clunkers and listen the great music.

Tracklist

A Lee Marvin Wand'rin Star
B Clint Eastwood I Talk To The Trees

Credits

  • Producer – Tom Mack

Notes

From soundtrack album "Paint Your Wagon"

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1 C006-91 108 Lee Marvin / Clint Eastwood Lee Marvin / Clint Eastwood - Wand'rin Star / I Talk To The Trees ‎(7", Single) Paramount Records 1 C006-91 108 Germany 1969
45-P-021 Lee Marvin, Clint Eastwood Lee Marvin, Clint Eastwood - I Talk To The Trees / Wand'rin' Star ‎(7", Single, RE) Paramount Records 45-P-021 Italy 1970
1 C006-91 108 Lee Marvin / Clint Eastwood Lee Marvin / Clint Eastwood - Wand'rin Star / I Talk To The Trees ‎(7", Single) Paramount Records 1 C006-91 108 Germany 1969
PARA 3004 Lee Marvin / Clint Eastwood Lee Marvin / Clint Eastwood - Wand'rin Star / I Talk To The Trees ‎(7") Paramount Records PARA 3004 Sweden 1969
H559, H - 559, H 559 Lee Marvin / Clint Eastwood Lee Marvin / Clint Eastwood - La Leyenda De La Ciudad Sin Nombre = Paint Your Wagon (Banda Sonora Original) ‎(7", Single) Paramount Records, Paramount Records, Hispavox H559, H - 559, H 559 Spain 1970



Lee Marvin & Clint Eastwood  - Wand'rin Star / I Talk To The Trees album flac
Blues Rock, Country Rock
Performer: Lee Marvin
Title: Wand'rin Star / I Talk To The Trees
Category: Rock
Country: Germany
Released: 1969
Rating: 4.3/5
Votes: 944
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