Another masterpiece from Clint Eastwood, The Mule, a crime, drama, mystery movie will be released on the 14th of December 2018. The movie soundtrack from composer Arturo Sandoval is surely going to be one of the year’s best. You can also check the movie trailer and complete list of credited songs below.
Siento Que Ya No Estas – Arturo Sandoval
Cat In The Hat – Sarah Cion
More Today Than Yesterday – Spiral Starecase
More Today Than Yesterday – Charles Earland
Sugar – MYBADD & Sam Gray
Without You – Amy Black
Moody’s Mood For Love – King Pleasure
Cool Water – Nellie Lutcher And Her Rhythm
A Day To Say Thank You – Squeezebox featuring Ted Lange and Mollie B
I’ve Been Everywhere – Hank Snow
Ain’t That A Kick In The Head – Dean Martin
Dang Me – Roger Miller
Country Club – Travis Tritt
(Alla En) El Rancho Grande – Dean Martin
Ugly Child – Lovin’ Sam Theard
La Mula Guarachando – Arturo Sandoval
Gozando La Cumbia – Arturo Sandoval
On The Road Again – Willie Nelson
I’d Rain All Over You – Red Johnson
Everything Happens For The Best – Dick Flood
Don’t Let The Old Man In – Toby Keith
The Mule trailer does not feature any songs, please let us know if you think we are incorrect.
1. Don’t Let the Old Man In 2:53
2. Don’t Let the Old Man In (Radio Mix) 2:53
Total Album Time: 5:46
14th December 2018
Crime, Drama, Mystery
Toby Keith Song at the end was touching, not who I thought it was, I thought it was Kristofferson!
What is the name of the last song played when the”credits” are running at the end of the movie? I believe three songs are played. The last is a beautiful instrumental.
If I’m not mistaken, “I’ve Been Everywhere”, credited to Hank Snow, was actually a duet with him & Willie Nelson.