Homeless and a recovering drug addict, James Bowen (Luke Treadaway) is running low on his luck and finds a ginger cat at his home. From that point onwards, the two lives become entwined.
Charlie Fink has written six original songs especially for the film, all of which feature on this soundtrack. He is a British singer-songwriter, producer and filmmaker and is best known for fronting the indie band Noah and the Whale. The score has been composed by David Hirschfelder. He is recognized globally as one of Australia’s most distinguished screen-composers, having garnered Oscar nominations for Scott Hicks' Shine and Shekhar Kapur’s Elizabeth.
Roger Spottiswoode's English feature is based on the bestselling novel A Street Cat Named Bob. After the story was published in a local newspaper, Bowen was offered a book deal in 2010 and has since published six bestsellers detailing his life and travels with his ginger cat. Bob has also become something of a celebrity in his own right.
1x 12" LP, 180gm, Limited Edition of 500 copies on "Bob" coloured vinyl, individually numbered, 4 page booklet
1. Satellite Moments (Light Up the Sky)
2. Looking For Paradise
3. Second Time Around
4. To Covent Garden
5. I'll Find a Way
6. Somewhere On the Avenue (Life is Good)
7. Chasing Bob
8. Lifelong Partner
9. Month of the Cat
10. Don't Give Up
11. The Mouse
12. Baby Steps, James
13. Catching the Bus
14. You Need This In Your Life
15. Cold Turkey (Back On Bike)
16. The Book Launch
17. Bob's Bedtime
18. Roll of the Dice
19. Satellite Moments (Orchestral Reprise)
Music On Vinyl/At The Movies, 2016