1979 ****1/2

1. (Love is Like a) Heat Wave (Martha & the Vandellas)
2. Moon River (Andy Williams)
3. Mr. Tambourine Man (The Byrds)
4. My Boyfriend's Back (The Angels)
5. Sound of Silence (Simon & Garfunkel)
6. Season of the Witch (Donovan)
7. Stop in the Name of Love (The Supremes)
8. Strange Brew (Cream)
9. Just Like a Woman (Bob Dylan)
10. Respect (Aretha Franklin)
11. She's Not There (The Zombies)
12. 96 Tears (? and the Mysterians)
13. Pipeline (The Chantays)
14. Since I Fell for You (Lenny Welch)
15. Beechwood 4-5789 (The Marvellettes)
16. Mister Lonely (Bobby Vinton)
17. Cool Jerk (The Capitols)
18. I Feel Like I'm Fixin' to Die Rag (Country Joe & the Fish)
19. Ballad of the Green Berets (Barry Sadler)
20. My Guy (Mary Wells)
21. I'm a Man (Doug Sahm)
22. Hang on Sloopy (The McCoys with voice overs by Wolfman Jack)
23. When a Man Loves a Woman (Percy Sledge)
24. Like a Rolling Stone (Bob Dylan)

Whether you like the film sequel to American Graffiti or not, there's no denying that this is an amazing soundtrack album. It may not flow quite as well as the soundtrack to the first film, but it has a lot of amazing music. Also, for the most part, Wolfman Jack's introductions play between songs rather than over them like on the first film's soundtrack. It's a shame that More American Graffiti isn't more well-regarded. I loved the movie, and I love its soundtrack.

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