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win a copy of “american hustle – original motion picture soundtrack”
There’s a good chance American Hustle will be named Best Picture of the Year at the Academy Awards on Sunday and, although it’s not my favorite movie of the year, it is my favorite movie soundtrack.
Because the story takes place in the ‘70s, during my, um, formative years, songs like “Live and Let Die,” “I Feel Love” and “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” mean a lot to me. Just hearing the first notes of “A Horse With No Name” brings me back to a period of time that seems so well-defined by its music.
American Hustle – the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is an Album of Music from the Oscar nominated Motion Picture, available now – featuring a previously unreleased song by Jeff Lynne with Classic Recordings by Duke Ellington, Elton John, the Bee Gees, Wings and more.
This All-American soundtrack includes:
– Jeep’s Blues by Duke Ellington
– Goodbye Yellow Brick Road by Elton John
– White Rabbit by Mayssa Karaa
– 10538 Overture by Electric Light Orchestra
– Live and Let Die by Wings
– How Can You Mend a Broken Heart by The Bee Gees
– I Feel Love by Donna Summer
– Don’t Leave Me This Way by Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
– Delilah by Tom Jones
– I’ve Got Your Number by Jack Jones
– Long Black Road by Electric Light Orchestra
– A Horse With No Name by America
– Stream of Stars by Jeff Lynne
– Live To Live by Chris Stills
– Irving Montage by Danny Elfman
Five lucky Midlife at the Oasis subscribers will win a copy of American Hustle – the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. For a chance to win, simply leave a comment below. Winners will be selected on March 5 at midnight Pacific time and notified by return email. Prizes can only be mailed to a U.S. mailing address.