A non-stop thrill ride from beginning to end, The Gray Man boasts an impressive soundtrack. The Gray Man is a super solid action film that constantly pumps adrenaline into the veins of its viewers.
We are honestly convinced that directors Anthony and Joe Russo can do no wrong? Captain America The Winter Soldier, Captain America Civil War, Avengers Infinity War, Avengers Endgame, and now The Gray Man.
The Gray Man’s original novel has a good adaption. Despite some lagging, the movie was well-liked by many people. Great balance, a good story, and strong character development within the action make for great action and flow.
It also had moments of brashness and moments of stealthy secretive nature. This movie can be defined as, “a movie filled with violence and adventure”. Never a dull moment, this action movie may be one of the rare ones that consistently delivers.
In this, Ryan Gosling is excellent. He has a grim expression when he delivers some of the hilarious lines [which makes it even funnier].
The Gray Man Soundtrack
The wonderful 1960s soundtrack of this movie is beloved in the same manner that the movie is. Everyone is familiar with how action movie songs work, right? hyped up and fills you with a sense of badassery. Are you eager to listen to the music from The Gray Man? This is the list.
1. Lochloosa By JJ Grey & Mofro
The storyline by JJ Grey and Mofros envelops you like a warm blanket fresh from the dryer and won’t let you go. In a rocking chair outside on a lovely summer evening, listening to the birds sing, this song is grandma’s apple pie.
JJ is the guy to go to if you want an emotional experience that you know won’t be changed or improved by technology.
2. Clean Food By Boom Boom Cash feat. Fukking Hero
Even if you don’t understand the lyrics or the language of this song, foodies and cooks will still be able to vibe to it.
3. Tang High-low (Playing Dice) By Waipoj Petschupan
4. Toei From The Heart By Banyen Rakkaen
5. The Oogum Boogum Song By Brenton Wood
The musician Brenton Wood is a legend. They are the best old-school music, and we wish they would play more of it.
6. Spinning Wheel By Shirley Bassey
Fans totally love Shirley’s energy and the vibe she gives to every one of her songs. Some of her other song covers include; Something, Fool On The Hill, Light My Fire, and several others.
7. Kol Slaven by The Sofia Brass Ensemble (arranged by Ben MacDougall)
8. Silver Bird By Mark Lindsay
It’s hard to believe that a great song like this really didn’t become a pop standard. There is something so powerful, strong and energetic, and especially cheerful about this song.
Mark Lindsay had talent, charm, and charisma. And that goddamn ponytail. He was one of the best lead singers during his time with Paul Revere and The Raiders, as a solo artist, he has continued to give us some wonderful music.
9. Tritsch-tratsch-polka, Op. 214 By Johann Strauss II
Hearing some music that is actually uplifting is very refreshing. Johann Strauss II was much inspired and produced more works.
10. Aline By Christophe
Sadly, COVID-19 caused Christophe to pass away on Thursday, April 16, 2020. But he nevertheless left this fantastic tune behind.
11. Wild Child By The Black Keys
Honestly, we don’t think this band has ever made a bad song. When you cannot think of a better way to start a day, this one is for you.
Even though the band Black Keys’ songs sound somewhat similar, they are still so good that you don’t care.
Along with that here’s the soundtrack link from Spotify.
In the movie The Gray Man, the songs from the 1960s took their place. What are your impressions of these melodies?
Which song gets you moving while the other makes you sob on the floor? Don’t forget to let us know in the comments section below.