The Cowboy Bebop live action show on Netflix might sound familiar, as Yoko Kanno will return for its soundtrack. Netflix took to Twitter for the reveal. This also included a Fall 2023 launch window for the series.
Here’s the announcement trailer. It featured John “Spike Spiegel” Cho, Danielle “Faye Valentine” Pineda, and Mustafa “Jet Black” Shakir while a version of “Tank!,” the original opening theme for the Cowboy Bebop anime, played.
Yoko Kanno, the composer behind the iconic soundtrack of the original COWBOY BEBOP anime will be creating the soundtrack for the new Live Action Series. Also confirmed…Cowboy Bebop is coming this Fall. #GeekedWeek pic.twitter.com/6lHZQcoFR6
— Netflix Geeked (@NetflixGeeked) June 8, 2023
Kanno and The Seatbelts composed many of the tracks for the soundtrack for both the anime and the movie Cowboy Bebop: Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door. Two of the most memorable are “Tank,” its opening theme, and “The Real Folk Blues,” its ending theme. She’s also known for songs like “Cats on Mars” and “Green Bird.” Kanno produced its soundtrack albums as well.
The Cowboy Bebop Netflix live action show will appear in Fall 2023. An exact date wasn’t revealed. It is also uncertain if the Cowboy Bebop Netflix show soundtrack by Yoko Kanno will eventually be sold separately.
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