All Together Now Soundtrack: Every song from the Netflix movie including Auli’i …

3 September 2020, 14:26

Netflix’s latest music offering follows an aspiring singer, played by Moana star Auli’i Cravalho, who has a pretty cool original piano accompanied song. Here are all the songs from the “All Together Now” soundtrack.

The latest music film released (mic) on Netflix USA is based on the novel Sort Like A Rockstar. It follows the life of Amber Appleton (Auli’i Cravalho), an aspiring singer and high school student whose single mother has been through hard times.

Amber’s father died a few years ago, but not before he instilled in her a love of music. He wrote the song ‘Feels Like Home’ which – of course – is sung in the film by Cravalho, catapulted to fame for his starring role in Moana in which he affirmed all our lives with his rendition of the Disney power ballad, “How Far I’ll Go”.

In the film, a turning point for Amber is the moment she is offered an audition at Carnegie Mellon, the real Pittsburgh university known for its glittering music department.

Appropriately, the All together now the soundtrack is getting a lot of love, perhaps more than the film itself. Here is a rundown of all the music used in the score.

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Auli’i Cravalho plays an aspiring singer.

Image: Netflix

What songs are featured on the Netflix soundtrack “All Together Now”?

‘Feels like Home’ is the only original song, but there is a great selection of other bops, including Shirley Ellis’ ‘The Clapping Song (Clap Pat Clap Slap)’, which millennials among you might remember from long journeys in school bus.

1. Feels like home – Auli’i Cravalho
2. The Clapping Song (Clap Pat Clap Slap) – Shirley Ellis
3. Freazy – Wolf Alice
4. I’ll just dance – On Lee
5. Alewife – Clairo
6. Remember – boygenius
7. Santa Maria – Gotan Project
8. Fallss – Bayonne


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