Due South: The Original Television Soundtrack

Due South: The Original Television Soundtrack
Soundtrack album by Various artists
Released 1996
Various artists chronology
Due South: The Original Television Soundtrack
(1996)
Due South, Volume II: The Original Television Soundtrack
(1998)

Due South: The Original Television Soundtrack was a soundtrack album for the Canadian television series Due South, released in 1996.

Track listing

  1. Jay Semko, "Due South Theme"
  2. Spirit of the West, "Bone of Contention"
  3. Jay Semko, Jack Lenz and John K. McCarthy, "Cabin Music (Original Score)"
  4. Sarah McLachlan, "Possession (Piano Version)"
  5. Jay Semko, Jack Lenz and John K. McCarthy, "Horses (Original Score)"
  6. Kashtin, "Akua Tuta"
  7. The Guess Who, "American Woman"
  8. Figgy Duff, "Henry Martin"
  9. Paul Gross, "Ride Forever"
  10. Blue Rodeo, "Flying"
  11. Jay Semko, "Due South Theme (Instrumental)"
  12. Holly Cole Trio, "Neon Blue"
  13. Jay Semko, Jack Lenz and John K. McCarthy, "Victoria's Secret (Original Score)"
  14. Klaatu, "Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft"
  15. Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, Elmer Iseler, Roy Thomson Hall Orchestra, Toronto Symphony Orchestra and Andrew Davis, "Eia, Mater (from Stabat Mater)"
  16. Paul Gross, "Fraser/Inuit Soliloquy"
  17. Jay Semko, Jack Lenz and John K. McCarthy, "Dief's in Love (Original Score)"

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