Hold on I'm Coming (2:33)

Cover of American Gangster

From American Gangster and 75 other releases

Featured in HBO’s acclaimed “John From Cincinnati” Soundtrack

1. “Johnny Appleseed” - Joe Strummer - Main title/theme song
2. “The Perfect Ending” - Harriet Street - Promos/Previously on
3. “Goin’ Up The Country” - Canned Heat - Episode 101: Vietnam Joe in van
4. “Sun/Rise/Light/Flies” - Kasabian - Episode 101: Closing credits
5. “Tic” - Kava Kava - Episode 102: Shaun prepares for competition
6. “Staring at the Sun” - TV On The Radio - Episode 102: Closing credits
7. “Time To Say Goodbye” - Sarah Brightman - Episode 103: Freddie in his car outside the hospital

8. “You Light Up My Life” - Debby Boone - Episode 103: Barry recalls what happened in Room 24
9. “Boogie Chillen” - Buddy Guy - Episode 103: John says “see God Kai” and trippy montage ensues
10. “Feeling Good” - Muse - Episode 103: Closing credits
11. “Unisono” - Control Machete - Episode 104: John gets in the van with the homeys
12. “Un Di Felice, Eterea” - David Byrne - Episode 104: Vietnam Joe finds John, John signals Cass
13. “In Your Eyes” - Peter Gabriel - Episode 104: Kai reminds Butchie of their Jr Prom
14. “Over, Under, Sideways, Down” - The Yardbirds - Episode 104: Closing credits
15. “Tonights The Night” - The Shirelles - Episode 105: Butchie and Tina in diner
16. “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood” - Elvis Costello - Episode 105: Closing credits
17. “And When I Die” - Laura Nyro - Episode 106: Freddie & Bill
18. “My Favorite Things” - John Coltrane - Episode 106: Closing credits
19. “Watching The Wheels” - Matisyahu - Episode 107: Closing credits
20. “Tennessee Waltz” - Patti Page - Episode 108: Barry has vision in bar

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  • nathanharris007

    So bad ass.

    4 Jun 6:55pm Reply
  • funkbrothersfan

    HORNS........!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    24 Aug 2013 Reply
  • RobertBomms

    marvellous.n

    9 Feb 2013 Reply
  • B-AIRLINE

    VOLT / STAX, WHAT ELSE

    22 Jan 2013 Reply
  • supersteveme

    superb

    26 Dec 2012 Reply
  • thekills1985

    This shit is legendary! One epic song that defines a time in history

    30 Oct 2012 Reply
  • xtwntraphq

    Glad to hear the original cut

    19 Aug 2012 Reply
  • rushfan1

    I can't help but to think of the "Blues Brothers'" movie when hearing this. Both the song and flick are classics!

    5 Aug 2012 Reply
  • megroove1

    Now that is soul music.

    14 Jul 2012 Reply
  • flickothewrist

    Sensational soul journey which excites no end, but try and listen to the chap in the photo's mind blowing re-invention from 1978, exceptional

    29 Jun 2012 Reply
  • Mr_Pooter

    I'm really not sure how I survived without this song before. Love it!

    15 May 2012 Reply
  • B-AIRLINE

    BETTER THEN EVER !!!!!!

    19 Mar 2012 Reply
  • rikrijean

    :-)))))))-----a good one !!!!!

    14 Dec 2011 Reply
  • lorenzo_2

    hold on !!!

    24 Aug 2011 Reply
  • kconalegal

    nasci na época errada...

    3 Aug 2011 Reply
  • pjgf

    viva marbella, la cerveza y las gambas

    1 Aug 2011 Reply
  • sdicky

    i'm coming baby wat about you

    28 Jul 2011 Reply
  • greg316alveraz

    I love this song its a classic!!!!

    16 Jan 2011 Reply
  • MsEdi

    oh yeah.....hold on....so great

    22 Dec 2010 Reply
  • mscotttx

    While songwriter/producer David Porter was in the toilet, his songwriting partner Isaac Hayes yelled at him to hurry up so they could get back to work as he was frustrated at the lack of progress they had made that day. Porter responded, "Hold on man, I'm coming." The immediately inspired Porter quickly finished his business and excitedly told Hayes that "Hold On,I'm Coming" would be a great title for a song. Hayes has repeated this story in various interviews, including one with Reuters in 2005

    23 Nov 2010 Reply
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