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Alive soundtrack


Alive (1993)
 
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 72061614542
Label: Hollywood
Label number: HR 61454
Running time: 30m24s
Shipping date: February 9th, 1993
Original score by James Newton Howard
 
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1. The First Night [4:12]
2. Home [1:00]
3. Nando Awakes [2:21]
4. Finding the Tail [3:29]
5. Alberto [1:50]
...see complete tracklist
Music from the movie not on this soundtrack CD
Ave Maria - Aaron Neville (song heard at the end of the movie)  (found on the CD "Warm Your Heart")
Do You Know the Way to San Jose? - Dionne Warwick

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Soundtrack Q & A
Q: I want to know the artist and title of the song in this movie as it's coming to the end. This song starts playing within the last minute of the movie and continues into the credits. I would greatly appreciate the help. Thank you.  (from Kyle in Evansville, IN, USA)
A: The music is Schubert's "Ave Maria," performed by Aaron Neville. (thanks to ClassAct, Chicagoadd more info

Q: As the movie comes to the end, Nando and Canessa cross the Andes and arrive at the green valleys of Chile. Both of them return to the mountain in a helicopter of the Chilean air force, Nando shows a little shoe. What's the name of the song playing at that moment??? It comes before Aaron Neville's "Ave Maria" (from Nando in Concepcion, Chile)
A: The music you hear when the helicopters come in is no particular song, just part of the score that was written for the film. But if you buy the soundtrack you might find it appears as one of the tracks. (thanks to Luisa, Belfast, Northern Irelandadd more info
A: here is the song from the helicopter scene. (thanks to keno23, long island nyadd more info


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