1971 Soundtrack – On Any Sunday

On Any Sunday is a 1971 American documentary film about motorcycle sport, directed by Bruce Brown. It was nominated for a 1972 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. Brown tried to show the unique talents needed for the different forms of racing. For instance, the motocross riders were typically free-spirited types, while desert racers were often loners. In Grand National racing, Brown showed widely differing personalities, such as the business-like approach to racing displayed by Mert Lawwill versus the carefree approach that David Aldana became known for.

The soundtrack was composed by Dominic Frontiere.


1  On Any Sunday (Main Title) (Dominic Frontiere; Sally Stevens) 02:37
2  The End Of Love (Dominic Frontiere) 02:18
3  Stretchin’ Out (Dominic Frontiere) 02:36
4  On Any Sunday (Dominic Frontiere; Sally Stevens) 02:18
5  Sunday Drivin’ (Dominic Frontiere) 02:43
6  I Believed (Dominic Frontiere) 01:54
7  Hindsight (Dominic Frontiere) 02:17
8  Messin’ Around (Dominic Frontiere) 02:21
9  Theme For The Champions (Dominic Frontiere) 02:13
10  Cross Country (Dominic Frontiere) 02:29
11  Widow Maker (Dominic Frontiere) 01:14
12  On Any Sunday End Title (Dominic Frontiere; Sally Stevens) 02:28



BassCarol Kaye
DrumsLarry Bunker
GuitarDennis Budimir
GuitarTommy Tedesco
OrganMike Melvoin
PianoMike Melvoin
RocksichordDominic Frontiere
HarmonicaTommy Morgan
FluteTom Scott
SaxTom Scott
TromboneDick Nash
TrumpetBuddy Childers
TrumpetPete Candoli
TrumpetConte Candoli
PercussionEmil Richards
Background VocalsGene Morford
Background VocalsJackie Ward
Background VocalsJohn Bahler
Background VocalsRon Hicklin
Background VocalsSally Stevens
Background VocalsSara Jana Kane

Liner Notes

Producer – Dominic Frontiere
Arranged By – Dominic Frontiere
Conductor – Dominic Frontiere
Engineer – Arty Becker

Art Direction – Beverly Weinstein
Graphics – The Music Agency

Mastered At – United Western Studios
Record Company – Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc