Successful fashion designer Ava Gregory gives up her career
to bring up her three orphaned nephews who have to adjust
to a life on the sun kissed beaches of California after being
brought up on a remote Kansas farm. This soundtrack provides
a perfect companion to the series, and contains a distinctive
mix of music ranging from the surging punk-pop of A New Found
Glory to the teen heartthrob charms of Jesse McCartney...
soundtrack to Summerland
is an odd beast, in as much that there's almost something
here for every music taste (with the exception of opera, death
metal, choral, and barbershop quartet fanatics). The album
starts off with Bowling For Soup's catchy Undertow.
Downhill From Here by A New Found Glory (who sound a lot
like Busted) is your typical teen band offering, Lisa Loeb's
Try is a fantastic ballad, and brings the beat down
for a few minutes, before Kenny Wayne Shepherd's Alive
cranks up the electric guitars for some good old fashioned
head banging rock. Jesse McCartney's Get Your Shine On
is like a jazzed up '70s disco tune (which is actually a lot
better than I've made it sound).
is certainly an album that makes you want to get up and dance
- which is incredibly rare for me these days. And for that
fact alone, this is a must own album.
a shame that there isn't a longer version of Steve Plunkett's
theme, as it's a pretty catchy tune that lasts for less than
is a fantastic middle of the road album that will appeal to
Summerland fans as well as anyone who wants a collection
of good music from obscure bands.
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