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The soundtrack to If These Walls Could Sing music, a 2022 Disney+ movie, tracklist, listen to all of the 55 full soundtrack songs. View all song names, who sings them, stream 55 additional tune playlists, scores, and credits used in the movie. Read 47 scene descriptions with timelines.



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1. play Paul McCartney & Wings – Jet
[0:01′] Paul McCartney is reminiscing about meeting the interviewer’s mother.
2. play Nineteen-Hundred and Eighty-Five (From “One Hand Clapping”) [Live] – Paul McCartney & Wings
[0:03′] Paul McCartney talking about choosing Studio Abbey when working with Wings.
3. play Pomp and Circumstance, Op. 39: I. March in D Major (Excerpt, Trio – With Introduction by Elgar) – Sir Edward Elgar & London Symphony Orchestra
[0:06′] The documentary is presenting the beginning of Abbey Roads Studio, made possible with Sir Edward Elgar’s vision.
4. play Move It – Cliff Richard & The Shadows
[0:06′] Sir Cliff Richard is talking about his audition with Norrie Paramor in which they played ‘Move it’.
5. play Love Me Do – The Beatles
[0:10′] Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney talk about their first impression of George Martin.
6. play Please Please Me – The Beatles
[0:11′] George Martin says that ‘Please Please me’ will be Beatles’s first number one hit.
7. play Twist and Shout – The Beatles
[0:12] Paul McCartney talks about how they managed to do their first album in one day.
8. play Cello Concerto in E Minor, op 85, I. Adagio – Moderato – Jacqueline du Pre
[0:15′] Suvi Raj Grubb is talking about Jaqueline as a patient person and an amazing person to record with.
9. play Elgar Concertó – Jacqueline du Pre
[0:15′] Sheku Kanner mentions how the music made in the studio is the music that he grew up on.
10. play Cello Concerto in E Minor, Op. 85: I. Adagio-Moderato – Sheku Kanneh-Mason, London Symphony Orchestra & Sir Simon Rattle
[0:16′] Sheku had the honor of performing the ‘Cello Concerto’ in the very same studio as Jacqueline du Pre.
11. Sonata for piano and Cello in F major, Op. 99, Brahms – Jacqueline du Pre
[0:17′] Jacqueline du Pre took a break because of exhaustion, but found out she had multiple sclerosis.
12. play Cello Sonata in G Minor, Op. 65: I. Allegro moderato – Jacqueline du Pré & Daniel Barenboim
[0:19′] Sheku is presented with the last two engineering notes of Jacqueline.
13. play Cello Concerto in E Minor, Op. 85: IV. Allegro – Sheku Kanneh-Mason, London Symphony Orchestra & Sir Simon Rattle
[0:20′] Jacqueline’s performance is put back to back with Sheko’s, as a form of comparison and appreciation.
14. play Alfie – Cilla Blach
[0:21′] The song is played after Cilla confesses that she wouldn’t have made it without Brian Epstein.

15. play Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Take 9 and Speech) – The Beatles
[0:24′] Paul McCartney mentions that in their contract they had free and limitless recording time.
16. play Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band – The Beatles
[0:24′] The Beatles wanted to make a record and send it on tour.
17. play With a Little Help From My Friends – The Beatles
[0:25′] Allen Ginsberg is enumerating different Beatles songs from the record.
18. play Lucy In the Sky with Diamonds – The Beatles
[0:25′] Allen Ginsberg is enumerating different Beatles songs from the record.
[0:26′] Paul McCartney played around with an organ for their song.
19. play When I’m Sixty-Four – The Beatles
[0:27′] Sir Joseph Lockwood talks about the song ‘When I’m Sixty-Four’.
20. play A Day In the Life – The Beatles
[0:27′] People are talking about the making of ‘A day in the Life’.
21. A Day In the Life (Takes 1, 2, 6 and Orchestra) – The Beatles
[0:30′] Paul McCartney talks about how him and George Martin gave instructions to the orchestra.
22. A Day In The Life (Take 2, 9; The Last Chord with Inner Groove) – The Beatles
[0:31′] Ringo Starr adds on about the making of ‘A day in the Life’.
23. play All You Need Is Love – The Beatles
[0:32′] George Harrison talks about the music around the era.
24. play He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother – The Hollies
[0:34′] Elton John is starting to talk about his beginnings in the industry.
25. play Hey Jude – The Beatles
[0:36′] Elton John talks about hearing ‘Hey Jude’.
26. play Goldfinger – Shirley Bassey
[0:39′] Jimmy Page talks about his experience as a session guitarist.
27. play Blackbird – The Beatles
[0:42′] We are presented with the creation of the first song after George Martin’s death.
28. play Yer Blues – The Beatles
[0:46′] Ringo Starr presents his point of view on making the song ‘Yer Blues’.
[1:11′] Noel and Liam talk about listening to The Beatles after hours with full volume.
29. play Something – The Beatles
[0:46′] After Ringo Starr talks about how important Paul McCartney was when it came to making albums.
30. play The End (Remastered 2009) – The Beatles
[0:47′] We hear about the famous crossing the road Beatles cover.

31. play Interstellar Overdrive – Pink Floyd
[0:49′] Played before we are introduced to Rogers Water talking about Pink Floyd.
32. play Brain Damage – Pink Floyd
[0:53′] David Gilmour is talking about the lyrics and creation of the song.
33. play Us and Them – Pink Floyd
[0:55′] The members reveal that they were fighting to make the very best song.
34. play Eclipse – Pink Floyd
[0:57′] After Rogers Waters talks about playing the album for the first time in front of his first wife.
35. play Eko Ile – Fela Kuti
[0:59′] Jeff Jarett talks about making almost the whole album with Fela in a day.
36. play Don’t Gag me – Fela Kuti
[0:59′] Baba Ani is talking about joining Fela’s band.
37. play Ye Ye De Smell – Fela Kuti
[1:01′] Baba Ani and Jeff Jarett talking about the album and the band.
38. play John Williams, London Symphony Orchestra- Desert Chase
[1:04′] Played after Colette Barber talks about Abbey Roads needing a change.
40. play John Williams, Londom Symphony Orchestra – Duel of the Fates
[1:07′] George Lucas reveals that the orchestra first does a take to test the waters.
41. play John Williams, London Symphony Orchestra – Anakin Vs. Obi-Wan
[1:09′] John Williams compliments the quality of Abbey Roads Studio.
42. play John Williams, London Symphony Orchestra – A new hope and end credits
[1:10′] John Williams talks about Studio One Room.
43. play Magic Pie – Oasis
[1:10′] Noel and Liam Gallagher open up about being kicked out of Abbey Roads.

44. play The Shock of the Lightning – The Oasis
[1:12′] Colette Barber is talking about accommodating The Oasis.
45. play Sat In Your Lap – Kate Bush
[1:17′] Kate Bush talks about Studio Two.
46. play Gone (feat. Consequence & Cam’ron) – Kanye West
[1:18′] Played before we are presented with Kanye West and his experience at the studio.
47. play Hear My Voice (Live from Abbey Road) – Celeste
[1:21′] Final words from the artists.
48. play Cello Sonata NO. 2 IN F OP.99 II.ADAGIO – Jacqueline du Pre and Daniel Barenboim
49. She Loves You – ATV Tunes
50. Lady Madonna – Paul McCartney
51. Wish You Were Here – David Gilmour
52. play Alu Jon Jonki Jon – Fela Kuti
53. play Washington Ending / Raiders March – The London Symphony
54. Sail Barge Assault – The London Symphony
55. Abbey Road Ivors Academy Hipgnosis Songs Demo – Nile Rodgers, Cameron Palmer, Jin Jin, Matilda Mann, Ashaine White

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IMDB: If These Walls Could Sing

If These Walls Could Sing  Film information
Movie Genre: Documentary, Biography
Release date (wide): 16 December 2022
Runtime: 1h 26m
Production: Abbey Road Studios, Disney Original Documentary, Mercury Studios
Distributor: Disney+
Director: Mary McCartney
Stars: John Williams, Paul McCartney, Elton John


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