Editors’ Notes Concerning a hotshot cook who ditches his four-star gig for the freedom of a food truck, the plot of Chef mirrors Jon Favreau's return to directing an indie film after blockbusters like Iron Man. The movie's ebullient soundtrack of salsa, reggae, ska, and funk expresses the joy of rediscovering one's passions, as well as the exotic flavors of the urban street. The roiling soul-funk of The Martini's "Hungover" captures that woozy state of mind, while the roller-rink disco of Ronnie Hudson & The Street People's "West Coast Poplock" sounds like a block party in the making. Lyle Workman's acoustic instrumental "One Second Every Day" is the perfect digestif after this rousing meal.
I Like It Like That
A Message To You Rudy
Grant Phabao, Carlton Livingston & The Lone Ranger
El Michels Affair - C.R.E.A.M
El Michels Affair
Que Se Sepa
Homenaje Al Beny (Castellano Que Bueno Baila Usted)
Gente de Zona
Mi Swing Es Tropical (feat. Tempo & The Candela Allstars)
Nickodemus & Quantic
Rebirth Brass Band
Hot 8 Brass Band
When My Train Pulls In (Live in Austin)
Gary Clark Jr.
West Coast Poplock
Ronnie Hudson And The Street People
Oye Como Va (Live at el Jefe)
La Quimbumba (Live at el Jefe)
One Second Every Day
17 Songs, 1 Hour, 13 Minutes
May 6, 2014
℗ 2014 Aldamisa Entertainment under exclusive license to Milan Entertainment Inc.
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