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There's A River
Featured in Episode
Artist(s)
Top Chart Position (Hot 100)
Did Not Chart
Year Released
1982
Album
Talking Back To The Night
Writer(s)
Steve Winwood & Will Jennings
RIAA Certification
NONE
Sequence song appears
(Down for the Count (Part I)) Switek finds Zito dead
(A Bullet for Crockett) Flashback to above scene
Previous Song
Down for the Count (Part I) "Dance"
A Bullet for Crockett "Diamond Field"
Next Song
Down for the Count (Part II) "Blind Faith"
A Bullet for Crockett "Smuggler's Blues"


"There's A River" is a song performed by Steve Winwood, recorded on the album Talking Back To The Night in 1982. The song appeared in the Miami Vice episodes "Down for the Count (Part I)" and "A Bullet for Crockett".

NotesEdit

  • "There's a River" is one of ten songs that were reused in more than one episode of Miami Vice.
  • Steve Winwood's music was used during some of the show's more dramatic moments, such as Zito's death here and later in the third season during the infamous Crockett and Christine Von Marburg bedroom scene in "By Hooker by Crook".

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