℗ 2017 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
 

Wilson (Original Motion Picture Score)

Jon Brion

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1
Wilson Awakes
Jon Brion
0:49
2
Walking Pepper
Jon Brion
1:56
3
Storage Locker
Jon Brion
2:12
4
Can I Come Visit You?
Jon Brion
0:57
5
Wilson and Pippi
Jon Brion
0:36
6
Prison
Jon Brion
2:12
7
Mourning Pepper
Jon Brion
1:48
8
Titles
Jon Brion
5:43
9
Personal Trainer
Jon Brion
0:59
10
Time's Passage
Jon Brion
2:08
11
A Kiss
Jon Brion
2:25
12
Wilson Gets Religion
Jon Brion
1:05
13
Hospital Farewell
Jon Brion
0:50
14
Wilson
Jon Brion
1:43
Total Playing Time    25:23
Twentieth Century Fox presents the soundtrack for the 2017 Craig Johnson film Wilson. Based on a graphic novel by Daniel Clowes, the film stars Emmy Award-winning actor Woody Harrelson and follows the attempts of a man with no boundaries to reassemble his far-flung family, all accompanied by a comic and tender score from composer Jon Brion.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation Studio Masters

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