Chisum Soundtrack: Directed by Andrew McLaglen and written by Andrew J. “Chisum” is a 1970 American Western film.
Chisun is based on the Lincoln County War of 1878 and, However it changed many elements, Murphy joins Nodeen in the extreme gunfight against Billy.
Chisum stampedes his cattle through town and in the resulting confusion, Billy chases Nodeen out of town and Chisum kills Murphy.
The town is left in ruins, but Garrett is appointed sheriff, and Chisum is again in control of his cattle empire.
Composer of Chisum Soundtrack
The composers of Chisum include Ben Johnson, Dominic Frontiere, José Ángel Espinoza, John Mitchum, and Andrew Fenady.
Ben Johnson- Francis Benjamin Johnson Jr. was an American film and television actor, stuntman, and world-champion rodeo cowboy.
Dominic Frontiere– He wrote the music for Chisum who was an American composer and arranger, He composed the theme and much of the music for the first season of the television series The Outer Limits, as well as the theme song for The Rat Patrol.
José Ángel Espinoza– Also known as Ferrusquilla, was a Mexican singer-songwriter and film actor.
John Mitchum- Who was an American actor from the 1940s to the 1970s in film and television.
Andrew Fenady- Who was a famous American actor, screenwriter, producer, and novelist.
Chisum Soundtrack List
Here is a complete list of soundtracks and the names of the songs played in the movie The list of Chisum Soundtracks includes songs of various artists and Music lovers can listen on Spotify Apple Music, and other various platforms.
- Ballad of John Chisum– The song “The Ballad of John Chisum”, which is heard during the opening credits of the film, is Performed by William Conrad, with Lyrics by Andrew J. Fenady and Music by Dominic Frontiere.
The lyrics of “The Ballad of John” begin with:
All good people I pray you attend
For poor John Lomas his life at an end
He was condemned to die.
- Turn Me Around– “Turn Me Around”, is sung by Merle Haggard, while Lyrics by Norman Gimbel and the Music by Dominic Frontiere.
The lyrics of “Turn Me Around” begin with:
Used to wander, I’m settlin’ down
And nothing I know can turn me around
Settlin’ down, settlin’ here
Settlin’ here… forever… for where would I go?
When somebody here is needin’ me so
Tellin’ me no, oh honey don’t go