| Soundtrack album from Almost Famous by |
|Released||September 12, 2000|
|Producer||Danny Bramson & Cameron Crowe|
Almost Famous is a soundtrack album to the film of the same name, released in 2000. It was awarded the 2001 Grammy Award for Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media.
In May 2021, UMe announced the reissue of the soundtrack as an expanded five CD/seven LP boxed set.It will be the first time all of the music featured in the film will be released in one set.
|1.||"America"||Paul Simon||Simon & Garfunkel||3:37|
|2.||"Sparks"||Pete Townshend||The Who||3:48|
|3.||"It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference"||Todd Rundgren||Todd Rundgren||3:51|
|4.||"I've Seen All Good People: Your Move"||Chris Squire, Jon Anderson||Yes||3:33|
|5.||"Feel Flows"||Carl Wilson, Jack Rieley||The Beach Boys||4:44|
|6.||"Fever Dog"||Nancy Wilson||Stillwater||3:10|
|7.||"Every Picture Tells a Story"||Rod Stewart, Ron Wood||Rod Stewart||5:55|
|8.||"Mr. Farmer"||Sky Saxon||The Seeds||2:51|
|9.||"One Way Out (Live)"||Elmore James, Marshall Sehorn, Sonny Boy Williamson II||The Allman Brothers Band||4:59|
|10.||"Simple Man"||Gary Rossington, Ronnie Van Zant||Lynyrd Skynyrd||5:56|
|11.||"That's the Way"||Jimmy Page, Robert Plant||Led Zeppelin||5:37|
|12.||"Tiny Dancer"||Elton John, Bernie Taupin||Elton John||6:15|
|13.||"Lucky Trumble"||Nancy Wilson||Nancy Wilson||2:42|
|14.||"I'm Waiting for the Man" (from Live Santa Monica '72 )||Lou Reed||David Bowie||5:43|
|15.||"The Wind"||Cat Stevens||Cat Stevens||1:40|
|16.||"Slip Away"||William Armstrong, Marcus Lewis Daniel, Wilbur Terrell||Clarence Carter||2:32|
|17.||"Something in the Air"||Speedy Keen||Thunderclap Newman||3:54|
Other music used in the filmdid not appear on the soundtrack album. As with the songs in the released soundtrack, they are usually snippets of a minute or less.
# Sung or performed by a character in the film @ Only featured in the director's cut, Untitled
|2000||Billboard Top Internet Albums||8|
|2001||Billboard Top Soundtrack Albums||16|
|Canada (Music Canada)||Gold||50,000^|
|United States (RIAA)||Gold||500,000^|
^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.
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