Lakeshore Records has released a soundtrack album for the documentary Music Got Me Here. The album features the film’s original music composed by Stephen Endelman (Flirting with DisasterHome of the BraveJawbreaker, De-Lovely, Evelyn). Visit Amazon or any other digital music store to check out audio samples and to stream/download the soundtrack. Music Got Me Here is directed by Susan Koch and chronicles the true-life journey of Forrest Allen who after a snowboard accident at age 18 was unable to speak or walk for almost two years and Tom Sweitzer, an eccentric music therapist with a troubled childhood who credits music with saving his own life and is determined to help Forrest find his voice. The documentary was released in virtual theaters this past fall by First Run Features and is now available on VOD. Visit the official movie website for more information.

Here’s the track list of the album:

1. Opening Credits (3:17)
2. Snowboard Credits (0:57)
3. Should Forest Still Be Here? (1:37)
4. Help Me Find My Voice (0:32)
5. Unforgettable (1:01)
6. Tom’s Back Story (2:24)
7. George Washington Hospital (2:24)
8. Tom Contemplates (1:34)
9. Awkward Breakfast (1:01)
10. Surgery Montage (2:09)
11. Morning Facetime (2:11)
12. End of Graduation (0:49)
13. Tom Washing Dishes (0:55)
14. Graduation (1:27)
15. Hospital Waiting Room (1:34)
16. Dr. Kumar Visit (0:51)
17. Post-Surgery (1:00)