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Name: SONY
Number: SNY63555

No. Tracks: 24
Composed by: John Barry

1. Looks Like A Suicide (Main Title) - (expanded)
2. Ride To Fort Hays
3. Journey To Fort Sedgewick/Shooting Star/John Dunbar Theme/Arrival At Fort Sedgewick
4. The John Dunbar Theme
5. The Death Of Timmons
6. Two Socks (The Wolf Theme)
7. Stands With A Fist Remembers
8. The Buffalo Robe
9. Journey To The Buffalo Killing Ground
10. Spotting The Herd - (previously unreleased)
11. The Buffalo Hunt - (previously unreleased, film version)
12. Fire Dance
13. Two Socks At Play
14. Falling In Love - (previously unreleased)
15. Love Theme
16. The John Dunbar Theme
17. Pawnees/Pawnee Attack/Stone Calf Dies/Toughest Dies
18. Victory - (previously unreleased)
19. The Death Of Cisco
20. Rescue Of Dances With Wolves
21. The Loss Of The Journal/The Return To Winter Camp
22. Farewell And End Title
23. The Buffalo Hunt - (album version)
24. The John Dunbar Theme - (previously unreleased, film version)

A historical drama about the relationship between a Civil War soldier and a band of Sioux Indians, Kevin Costner's directorial debut was also a surprisingly popular hit, considering its length, period setting, and often somber tone. The film opens on a particularly dark note, as melancholy Union lieutenant John W. Dunbar attempts to kill himself on a suicide mission, but instead becomes an unintentional hero. His actions lead to his reassignment to a remote post in remote South Dakota, where he encounters the Sioux. Attracted by the natural simplicity of their lifestyle, he chooses to leave his former life behind to join them, taking on the name Dances with Wolves. Soon, "Dances with Wolves" has become a welcome member of the tribe and fallen in love with a white woman who has been raised amongst the tribe. His peaceful existence is threatened, however, when Union soldiers arrive with designs on the Sioux land. Some detractors have criticized the film's depiction of the tribes as simplistic; such objections did not dissuade audiences or the Hollywood establishment, however, which awarded the film seven Academy Awards, including Best Picture. 1990

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