If you were to pick the greatest music movies of all-time, I can’t imagine you’d get to many before Almost Famous. Cameron Crowe’s coming of age exploration of Rock ‘n Roll’s past is jam-packed with a non-stop cacophony of classic tracks, all placed with care to match the emotional impact the exceptional cast is delivering in each scene. 

Altogether, Almost Famous features more than fifty songs from a wide variety of genres and its entire runtime is an auditory treat for viewers. From Elton John to The Beach Boys to Alvin And The Chipmunks, there’s something for everyone. So, let’s talk about some of the best and most prominent choices. Here’s a rundown of some of the greatest songs in Almost Famous, as well as some notes on how they’re used and what strikes me most.  

Patrick Fugit and Kate Hudson on the bus in Almost Famous

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Tiny Dancer By Elton John

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