Yahoo has an article listing the cuts on the CB Movie Soundtrack. http://launch.yahoo.com/read/news.asp?contentID=209747 "7/23/02, 1 p.m. ET) -- Songs from Don Henley, John Hiatt, Bonnie Raitt, and Men At Work's Colin Hay highlight the soundtrack for the upcoming Disney film, The Country Bears. The album comes out Tuesday (July 23). Hiatt penned seven of the album's 14 tracks. Hiatt, Henley, Raitt, and Hay all lend vocals to the Hiatt-penned track "Straight To The Heart Of Love," while Raitt and Henley duet on "Can Love Stand The Test," another tune by Hiatt. Other tracks rounding out the album come from Elton John, Brian Setzer, Bela Fleck, and a classic track from the Byrds. The complete tracklisting for The Country Bears includes: "Let It Ride" (John Hiatt), "Where Nobody Knows Your Name" (John Hiatt), "Can Love Stand The Test Of Time" (Don Henley and Bonnie Raitt), "The Kid In You" (Krystal Marie Harris), "I'm Only In It For The Honey" (Brian Setzer '68 Comeback Special & Stephen Root), "Kick It Into Gear" (Jennifer Paige), "Straight To The Heart Of Love" (John Hiatt with Colin Hay, Bonnie Raitt, and Don Henley), "Bear Mountain Hop" (Bela Fleck), "Just The Goin'" (John Hiatt), "Where Nobody Knows Your Name (Reprise)" (E.G. Daily), "So You Want To Be A Rock 'n' Roll Star" (the Byrds), "Friends" (Elton John), "Barely Home" (music score), and "Nylon Hmm" (music score). A host of musicians contributed to the soundtrack as well, including guitarist Sonny Landreth, bassist Davey Faragher, and drummer Pete Thomas (of the Attractions and the Imposters, Elvis Costello's former and current backing bands), as well as guitarist Mike Campbell and keyboardist Benmont Tench of Tom Petty's Heartbreakers. The Country Bears film is loosely based on Disney's theme-park attraction the Country Bear Jamboree, and it opens in theaters on July 26." Loosely is the word when you dont even consider the classic tunes we know and love. Maybe we can re program the CBJ to be Classic Rock Bears? Jeff ???