Hair: Original Soundtrack Recording

Hair: Original Soundtrack Recording is the soundtrack album from the 1979 musical film Hair. It was released on the RCA label. A few verses from "Manchester, England" and a small portion of "Walking in Space" have been removed. The film omits the musical's songs "The Bed", "Dead End", "Oh Great God of Power", "I Believe in Love", "Going Down", "Air", "My Conviction", "Abie Baby", "Frank Mills", and "What a Piece of Work is Man". The latter five songs were originally recorded for the film, but were eventually cut. They can be found on this album, although they were omitted on the 1990 reissue. While the songs "Don't Put It Down" and "Somebody to Love" are not sung by characters in the movie, they are both used as background or instrumental music for scenes at the army base. A new song written by MacDermot for the film is "Somebody to Love". There are several other differences from songs in the movie and as they appear on the soundtrack, mainly in omitted verses and different orchestrations.[1]

Hair: An American Tribal Love-Rock Musical
Studio album
GenrePop, R&B
ProducerGeorge R. Marck, Andy Wiswell


All lyrics are written by Gerome Ragni, Jim Rado; all music is composed by Galt MacDermot.

Disc One
1."Aquarius" (Ren Woods)4:47
2."Sodomy" (Donnie Dacus)1:30
4."Colored Spade"1:34
5."Manchester" (John Savage)1:58
6."Abie Baby/Fourscore" (Nell Carter)2:43
7."I'm Black/Ain't Got No"2:24
9."Party Music"3:26
10."My Conviction"1:46
11."I Got Life" (Treat Williams)2:16
12."Frank Mills"2:39
15."Electric Blues/Old Fashioned Melody"3:50
16."Hare Krishna"3:20
Disc Two
1."Where Do I Go?"2:50
2."Black Boys"1:12
3."White Boys" (Nell Carter)2:36
4."Walking In Space (My Body)"6:12
5."Easy To Be Hard" (Cheryl Barnes)3:39
7."Good Morning Starshine" (Beverly D'Angelo)2:24
8."What a Piece of Work Is Man"1:39
9."Somebody to Love"4:10
10."Don't Put It Down"2:25
11."The Flesh Failures/Let The Sunshine In"6:06

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ Ruhlmann, William. "Hair (Original Soundtrack)".,