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Sister Act 2: Back In The Habit - Songs From The Motion Picture Soundtrack

Sister Act 2: Back In The Habit - Songs From The Motion Picture Soundtrack Lowest new price: $7.54
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Brand: Hollywood
Model: 2120327

Publisher:Hollywood Music Record Product Language: English
Content
01."The Greatest Medley Ever Told" Whoopi and the Ronelles
02."Never should've Let You Go" Hi-Five
03.Get Up Offa That Thing/Dancing In The Street" Whoopi and the Sisters
04."Oh Happy Day" The St. Francis Choir featuring Ryan Toby
05."Ball Of Confusion (That's What The World Is Today)" Whoopi and the Sisters
06."His Eye Is On The Sparrow" Tanya Blount and Lauryn Hill
07."A Deeper Love" Aretha Franklin/Producced by C&C Music Factory
08."Wandering Ey

Whoopi Goldberg has a lot of talents, but singing is not one of them. Hearing her massacre Motown classics like "Dancing in the Street," "Ball of Confusion" and "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" in her flat, dull voice on this soundtrack album would be harmless if a whole generation weren't being introduced to these songs through her clumsy performances. Several choirs turn in lackluster performances of gospel numbers. The disc's one redeeming moment is Aretha Franklin's overpowering delivery of "A Deeper Love," written and produced by C+C Music Factory. --Geoffrey Himes

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Practical Magic: Music From The Motion Picture

Practical Magic: Music From The Motion Picture Lowest new price: $9.88
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Brand: Warner Bros.

CD

How do you put together a soundtrack for a comedy about witches--'90s style? Well, if she's young and her name is Sabrina, you compile an album of relentless teen pop and R&B hits. But if your witches are a little more mature (and, perhaps, suburban), as in Practical Magic, you use a different formula. And the brew found here is actually a good mix: Faith Hill gets as much play (one track) as Nick Drake and Joni Mitchell. Mitchell's "A Case of You" is simply great, and Bran Van 3000's "Everywhere" fits the folk-pop mold nicely, as does upstart Michelle Lewis's "Nowhere and Everywhere." The guys are the oddities here: Elvis Presley's "Always on My Mind" and Harry Nilsson's "Coconut" give this disc some fun quirks. --Jim Young

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The Music Man (1962 Film Soundtrack)

The Music Man (1962 Film Soundtrack) Lowest new price: $5.89
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Brand: Warner Bros
Model: 2016283

Meredith Willson's score remains intact on this soundtrack to the 1962 award winning film starring Robert Preston and Shirley Jones. You also get a huge Hollywood orchestra and chorus under the musical direction of Ray Heindorf! One of the best movie musicals ever made.

In light of all the hit Broadway musicals that have stumbled in their translation to the big screen, The Music Man stands out as an exception; it is one of the best-loved movie musicals of all time. A great deal of the credit goes to composer Meredith Willson, who resisted studio pressure to hire a big name for the title role (Frank Sinatra or Cary Grant) in favor of the Tony-winning stage star, Robert Preston, who turns in one of Hollywood's most magical performances as the spellbinder who hoodwinks a small town in Iowa. Shirley Jones did not perform the show on Broadway, but she had cut her teeth as a musical ingenue in the films of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma! and Carousel and gives Marian the librarian a lovely voice and charming personality. Most importantly, Willson's score combines marching bands and barbershop quartets to capture perfectly the spirit of America's heartland at the turn of the century. A classic. --David Horiuchi

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Heavy Metal: Music From The Motion Picture

Heavy Metal: Music From The Motion Picture Lowest new price: $7.98
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Brand: Elektra (Label)
Model: 2013452

Music Cd

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Live Broadcasts 1972-1976

Live Broadcasts 1972-1976 Lowest new price: $9.91

An occasional quartet, the first singer-songwriter supergroup and, in their day, one of the most successful US bands on the live circuit. This CD contains broadcast recordings from CSNYs heyday, which together form a majestic collection of their live work. Recorded in Seattle, Boston and San Francisco in years 1972-1976.

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Something's Gotta Give

Something's Gotta Give Lowest new price: $5.93
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Brand: Sony Music
Model: 2192688

CD and booklet NM

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Common Thread: The Songs of the Eagles

Common Thread: The Songs of the Eagles Lowest new price: $30.15
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1. Take It Easy - Travis Tritt 3:32 2. Peaceful Easy Feeling - Little Texas 4:19 3. Desperado - Clint Black 3:38 4. Heartache Tonight - John Anderson 4:23 5. Tequila Sunrise - Alan Jackson 2:53 6. Take It to the Limit - Suzy Bogguss 4:32 7. I Can't Tell You Why - Vince Gill 4:04 8. Lyin' Eyes - Diamond Rio 6:30 9. New Kid in Town - Trisha Yearwood 5:07 10. Saturday Night - Billy Dean 3:25 11. Already Gone - Tanya Tucker 5:00 12. Best of My Love - Brooks & Dunn 4:38 13. The Sad Café - Lorrie Morgan 4:45

In 1993, Nashville's biggest young stars--Alan Jackson, Trisha Yearwood, Vince Gill, and others--recorded an album of Eagles songs called Common Thread. When the disc went platinum, everyone hailed it as the rebirth of country-rock. If you listened closely, though, you heard neither the down-to-earth twang of country nor the metallic aggression of rock & roll. What you heard instead was the romantic sweetness of pop. More specifically, the Eagles represented the southern California pop tradition of harmony-drenched groups like the Beach Boys, the Mamas & the Papas, and Crosby, Stills and Nash. It's a wonderful tradition, but it's misleading to call it something else. Out there in the hinterlands you can still hear authentic country-rock, an exhilarating combination of blunt adult storytelling and blazing guitars as practiced by the likes of Joe Ely, Shaver, the Bottle Rockets, Mike Henderson, and Jason and the Scorchers. Real country-rock remains a marginal commercial force, however, and the real money is in the new Nashville version of southern California harmonies. Call it "suburban pop." --Geoffrey Himes

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Waiting To Exhale: Original Soundtrack Album

Waiting To Exhale: Original Soundtrack Album Lowest new price: $2.19
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Brand: Unknown
Model: 2018595

Tracks: Whitney Houston - Exhale (Shoop Shoop) 3:24 / Whitney Houston - Why Does It Hurt So Bad 4:37 / Toni Braxton - Let It Flow 4:27 / Aretha Franklin - It Hurts Like Hell 4:19 / Brandy - Sittin' Up In My Room 4:52 / Tlc - This Is How It Works 5:00 / Mary J. Blige - Not Gon' Cry 4:57 / Chaka Khan - My Funny Valentine 4:06 / Sonja Marie - And I Gave My Love To You 4:48 / Swv - All Night Long 4:31 / Chanté Moore - Wey U 4:32 / Patti LaBelle - My Love, Sweet Love 4:21 / Faith Evans - Kissing You 3:23 / For Real - Love Will Be Waiting At Home 5:59 / Shanna - How Could You Call Her Baby 5:09 / Whitney Houston & CeCe Winans - Count On Me 4:26

Waiting to Exhale is the exception that proves the rule about mish-mash '90s soundtrack albums. Even though it features 22 different female voices, the album boasts a rare continuity because Babyface wrote or cowrote 15 of the songs and produced all 16. Moreover, the gifted R&B artist used every song to explore the film's theme of women trying to balance self-respect and romantic desire. Not only has Babyface (nee Kenny Edmonds) created a fascinating song suite, he has produced one of the best middle-of-the-road-pop, adult- contemporary albums of the decade. Mary J. Blige stakes out a claim as the new diva on the block with an astonishing performance on "Not Gon' Cry." Babyface's music and lyrics suggest a woman barely holding back a swelling flood of anger and heartache, and Blige's brilliant vocal captures both the agitation and the restraint. --Geoffrey Himes

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  • Record Label: Arista
  • Catalog#: 07822-18796-2
  • Year Of Release: 1995

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Big Hits of the 80's

Big Hits of the 80's Lowest new price: $6.69
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Brand: Cema Special Markets

CD

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Liquid Swords

Liquid Swords Lowest new price: $3.41
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Brand: Altered Ego
Model: 2120618

Restock of the 1995 classic - the best Wu-Tang solo project ever & a certified hip hop masterpiece.

Some Wu members, like Cappadonna, are overly concerned with the way they dress, while others are a plain ol' inebriated mess (read: Ol' Dirty Bastard). For the GZA, it's all about the lyrics. With his nasal delivery and rapid-fire flow, he is the most experienced and oldest member of the Wu Tang Clan (he released a pre-Wu LP on Cold Chillin' Records entitled Words from the Genius in 1991). GZA's forte is battle rhymes (on his self-titled cut he declares that wack MCs' "lyrics are weak, like clock radio speakers"). On "Labels" he eloquently pens a complete song using only rap record label names. Loaded wordplay aside, beat-wise Liquid Swords is fully and exceptionally RZA-produced (peep the electric guitars and spacey synths on "Investigative Reports"). Liquid Swords is a perfect purchase for rap fiends who crave ill experimental beats and even iller punchlines. --Dalton Higgins

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