Glory Road Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.20/10 from 49000 votes
Tags: national championship
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Camino a la gloria

Title in Português:

Caminho Para a Glória


Glory Road is a film based on the true story of the 1966 Texas Western Miners basketball team. The team, coached by Don Haskins, made history by becoming the first team with an all-black starting lineup to win the NCAA national championship.

The film follows the team's journey as they face racism and discrimination both on and off the court. Despite the challenges, the players come together to defy the odds and prove their worth as athletes.

Glory Road highlights the importance of diversity and equality in sports, as well as the power of teamwork and perseverance. It is a story of triumph over adversity and a reminder of the impact that sports can have on society.

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Glory Road
Sweet Music (One of These Days)
Alicia Keys: Writer
Alicia Keys: Produced
Alicia Keys: Performer
Uptight (Everything's Alright)
Stevie Wonder: Writer
Stevie Wonder: Performer
Rave On
Sonny West: Writer
Buddy Holly: Performer
Kaw Liga
Hank Williams: Writer
Hank Williams: Performer
Jambalaya (On the Bayou)
Hank Williams: Writer
If We Never Needed the Lord Before We Sure Do Need Him Now
I Can't Get Next to You
I'm Blue
Shake It Up Baby (AKA Twist and Shout)
My Guy
Function at the Junction
My Home is on the Delta
I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honeybunch)
Can You Do It
Burnt Biscuits
I'm on My Way to Canaan
Baby Love
Green Onions
I've Been Loving You Too Long (To Stop Now)
Ain't That Good News
El Paso
Going to a Go-Go
You're a Wonderful One
Get Ready
Ain't That Peculiar
Down in the Boondocks
Ballad of the Green Berets
Road Runner
Dancing in the Street
These Arms of Mine
People Get Ready
Up All Night Blues
The Eyes of Texas
I Will Make the Darkness Light
Deck the Halls
Uptight (Everything's Alright)
Stevie Wonder: Performer
I Can't Get Next to You
Norman Whitfield: Performer
I'm Blue
Ike Turner: Performer
Last Night
Chips Moman: Performer
I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honeybunch)
Muddy Waters: Performer
I'm on My Way to Canaan
Mahalia Jackson: Performer
I've Been Loving You Too Long (To Stop Now)
Otis Redding: Performer
Ain't That Good News
James Cleveland: Performer
You're a Wonderful One
Brian Holland: Performer
Ain't That Peculiar
Smokey Robinson: Performer
On, On, U. of K.
Rick Garcia: Performer
God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen
Alicia Keys: Performer

User reviews

William Brown

The musical choices in Glory Road help to transport viewers back to the 1960s, setting the tone for the era and immersing them in the cultural context of the story.

Melissa Walker

The soundtrack of Glory Road successfully conveys the message of unity and resilience that lies at the heart of the film, resonating with viewers on a deeper level and leaving a lasting impression.

Patricia Wilson

The use of soulful and uplifting tracks in the soundtrack effectively conveys the themes of unity, resilience, and overcoming obstacles portrayed in the movie.

Steven King

The music in Glory Road effectively sets the tone for the different scenes, whether it be the high-energy basketball games or the moments of reflection and solidarity among the team members.

Karen Roberts

The soundtrack of Glory Road perfectly captures the emotional intensity and uplifting spirit of the film. Each track resonates with the themes of resilience, unity, and triumph, enhancing the viewing experience.

Donald Garcia

The memorable melodies and stirring rhythms of the soundtrack stay with you long after watching the film, underscoring the impact of the story and its message of unity and perseverance.

Margaret Lopez

The soundtrack of Glory Road skillfully blends various musical genres, adding depth and richness to the overall viewing experience and reflecting the diversity of the characters and themes portrayed in the film.

Margaret Mitchell

The musical score of Glory Road not only complements the on-screen action but also serves as a powerful emotional anchor, underscoring the triumphs and struggles of the characters in a poignant and memorable way.

Timothy Davis

Overall, the music in Glory Road plays a crucial role in elevating the film beyond a simple sports drama, infusing it with a sense of passion, purpose, and inspiration that lingers long after the credits roll.

Ashley Wilson

The soundtrack's blend of classic hits and original compositions provides a nostalgic and energizing backdrop to the historical events depicted in the film.

Susan Martin

The soundtrack of Glory Road perfectly captures the emotions and intensity of the film, enhancing the viewing experience with powerful and moving music.

Joshua Thompson

Listening to the soundtrack brings back the emotions and excitement of watching the team overcome adversity and make history on the basketball court. The music not only complements the narrative but also elevates it, leaving a lasting impression on the audience long after the credits roll.

Stephanie Anderson

The music effortlessly transports the audience to the 1960s, immersing them in the era of the civil rights movement and the historic achievements of the Texas Western Miners basketball team. The combination of soulful melodies and energetic rhythms creates a powerful and memorable musical backdrop for the inspiring story.

Nancy Gonzalez

The soundtrack of Glory Road perfectly captures the emotional intensity of the film, enhancing the storytelling with its powerful and moving compositions.

Nancy Thompson

The songs featured in Glory Road evoke a sense of nostalgia for the era in which the story takes place, immersing the audience in the historical context of the film and enhancing the authenticity of the narrative.

Elizabeth Smith

The music in Glory Road adds depth and authenticity to the storytelling, creating a strong connection between the audience and the struggles and triumphs of the characters.