Note:Below is a complete playlist of all 30 songs that can be heard in the comedy film “McFarland, USA”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album, but are used in the movie.
All 30 songs from “McFarland, USA”:
Cheer - Ohio University Marching 110 Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: The football team goes into the changing room during the half-time break. Jim and the quarterback argue.
América - Los Tigres Del Norte Timestamp:0:02 | Scene: Opening credits are shown. Jim and his family move to McFarland.
War Is Coming! War Is Coming! - War Timestamp:0:07 | Scene: Song can be heard from the car with the Mexicans. They scare away the coach and his family. It's their first night in McFarland.
Vato Loco - Latin Soul Syndicate Timestamp:0:16 | Scene: Jim visits the Sammy Store for the first time. Song can be heard in the store.
Llevatela - Inzendio Timestamp:0:18 | Scene: Javi picks up the boys at the Sammy Store.
The Real McFarlands - Antonio Pinto Timestamp:0:23 | Scene: Song can be heard when David, Damacio and Danny go to work early in the morning.
Si Se Puede - The Ray Camacho Band Timestamp:0:30 | Scene: Johnny and Jim plan to line up the cross country team.
Let’s Hit It Again - Antonio Pinto Timestamp:0:45 | Scene: Jim trains with the boys...
Barbie Bike - Antonio Pinto Timestamp:0:55 | Scene: Jim watches the Cross Country movie. Afterwards Jim meets Tomas on the bridge.
Watermelon Man - Mongo Santamaria Timestamp:1:03 | Scene: Jim visits the Diazes. He is invited to dinner.
Rafael El Colombiano - Andy Gonzales Timestamp:1:09 | Scene: Song can be heard at the end of the day after Jim and the Diazes brothers have collected garbage.
Function Underground - We The People Timestamp:1:11 | Scene: Javier and Victor arrive at the car wash fundraiser.
Flashlight - Parliament Timestamp:1:12 | Scene: Song can be heard in the background of the fundraiser.
Me and Baby Brother - War Timestamp:1:15 | Scene: The team jogging.
This Ain’t Golf - Antonio Pinto Timestamp:1:20 | Scene: The team takes the bus to the qualifying games.
Lord’s Prayer - Antonio Pinto Timestamp:1:22 | Scene: The team made it to the final.
Beach - Antonio Pinto Timestamp:1:26 | Scene: The coach takes the team to the beach after they have qualified for the final.
Ahora Te Puedes Marchar - Luis Miguel Timestamp:1:28 | Scene: The boys pose with their new uniforms in front of the sofa.
Mala - Los Dos Timestamp:1:29 | Scene: Song can be heard at Sammys Store. Jim asks if they can help him organize a birthday party for his daughter.
Whittier Blvd. - Thee Midniters Timestamp:1:31 | Scene: Song can be heard at Julie's birthday party. She turns 15 years old.
Las Mañanitas - Mariachi Sol de Mexico de Jose Hernandez Timestamp:1:31 | Scene: Julie has put on the yellow dress she got from her father.
El Vals De Las Mariposas - Mariachi Sol de Mexico de Jose Hernandez Timestamp:1:35 | Scene: Jim dancing with his daughter.
Suavecito - Mariachi Sol de Mexico de Jose Hernandez Timestamp:1:35 | Scene: Song can be heard after the dance of Jim and Julie.
I’m Still Here - The Notations Timestamp:1:38 | Scene: Song can be heard in Javier's car.
That’s Not Danny Diaz - Antonio Pinto Timestamp:1:54 | Scene: Song can be heard in the finale. McFarland celebrates their victory.
McFarland Theme Timestamp:2:02 | Scene: The last scene in the film can be seen. The credits follow.
Juntos (Together) - Juanes Timestamp:2:04 | Scene: Second song, which can be heard in the credits.
In My ’64 - Latin Soul Syndicate
Turn the Stars Upside Down - Danielle
El Gavilan - Mariachi Sol de Mexico de Jose Hernandez
What’s the movie about?
Sports drama with Kevin Costner as coach, who turns young runners into capable competitors in the small town of McFarland.
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3 thoughts on “Soundtrack: McFarland, USA”
There is a background song at the coach’s daughter’s birthday party by the band that is there and it goes something like “ Never never ever loved a girl like you before” Does anyone know who the group is who sang it and the title of the song. The movie is McFarland USA
The song is Suavecito, by Malo. A minor hit in the ’70s.
I should have said, the original version is by Malo. The version in the movie is by Mariachi Sol de Mexico de Jose Hernandez.