Tracklist and samples of every track are available at Presto
1. Pinky (1:58) 2. That’s Boring (1:43) 3. Growing Up (1:37) 4. First Casting (1:05) 5. Hollywood Struggle (2:33) 6. A Chip & A Chair (1:22) 7. The Audition (2:38) 8. Becoming Michael J. Fox (2:29) 9. Tracy (2:54) 10. Being a Father (1:00) 11. Parkinson’s Yeah! (2:47) 12. Feel It, Live It (1:25) 13. Late Night TV (1:20) 14. Drink and Disassociate (1:47) 15. Is This What You Want? (2:41) 16. Home to TV (1:35) 17. No Way Out (3:02) 18. Why Me? (1:17) 19. Life at the Beach (5:28)
If you have any affection for the subject of this documentary, this is a very entertaining and moving film. Even if you don’t know anything about Fox, it’s still a compelling story thanks to brilliant editing that interweaves film footage and historical reenactment.
It was so engaging that I didn’t notice Powell’s score, but it sounds like it was a labor of love for him, according to that Deadline article:
“There’s 39 minutes of music,” Powell said. “It took me about five months to do. You can’t make a living if you work that slow.”
I’m going to check out those samples to refresh my memory.
While it's unlikely a CD will happen, it has a slightly better chance than others, as John Powell is amongst a number of film composers who seems to champion a physical release of his old and new stuff, where and when he can.