Republic Records And John Mellencamp Release The Good Samaritan Tour 2000 Live Album

Today, John Mellencamp and Republic Records release the live album to accompany the The Good Samaritan Tour 2000 documentary available now on Turner Classic Movies (TCM) YouTube channel.
Stream The Good Samaritan Tour 2000 live album HERE and watch The Good Samaritan Tour 2000 documentary HERE.
The album features live versions of some of John Mellencamp’s most popular songs including “Pink Houses,” “Small Town” as well as a cover of “Oklahoma Hills” written by Woody Guthrie. See full tracklist below. The Good Samaritan Tour 2000 is available on Turner Classic Movie’s (TCM) YouTube channel starting today. Next month, John Mellencamp will also appear as a guest programmer on TCM. Look out for more information soon.
The documentary, which is narrated by Academy® Award winner Matthew McConaughey, chronicles Mellencamp’s historic tour in 2000 when he performed for free in public parks and common spaces across the country. The film was executive produced by Federal Films, produced by John Mellencamp and Randy Hoffman, directed by Shan Dan Horan, mixed by Andy York and has special contributions by Nora Guthrie.
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The Good Samaritan Tour 2000 Track list:
1.    “Small Town”
2.    “Oklahoma Hills”
3.       In My Time Of Dying”
4.       “Captain Bobby Stout”
5.       “Key West Intermezzo (I Saw You First)”
6.       “All Along The Watchtower”
7.       “The Spider And The Fly”
8.       “Early Bird Café”
9.       “Hey Gyp”
10.   “Street Fighting Man”
11.   “Cut Across Shortly”
12.   “Pink Houses”
Federal Films
Federal Films is the newly activated film, television, and creative content expansion of Republic Records. The division creates, develops, and produces artist-driven original content that reflects the spirit of the label’s culture and amplifies its association with the world’s leading talent. With titles including the Amazon Original “Happiness Continues: A Jonas Brothers Concert Film,” Ariana Grande’s Netflix special “Ariana Grande: Excuse Me, I Love You,” the upcoming Apple TV+ Velvet Underground Documentary and other high profile projects in development, Federal Films is quickly becoming a force in providing premier content to audiences worldwide.