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9 1/2 Weeks soundtrack


9 1/2 Weeks (1986)
 
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 07777467222
Label: Capitol
Label number: 46722
Running time: 41m40s
Shipping date: October 25th, 1990
 
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1.  I Do What I Do (theme) - John Taylor [4:01]
2.  The Best Is Yet To Come - Luba [3:58]
3.  Slave To Love - Bryan Ferry [4:23]
4.  Black On Black - Dalbello [3:58]
5.  Eurasian Eyes - Corey Hart [5:26]
...see complete tracklist
Soundtrack Q & A
Q: What song or music is playing at the end of the movie? It also plays in the background during the movie. (from Ron Kashi in Pittsburgh)
A: Jack Nitzsche wrote the score for the film. There has never been a release of the score. (thanks to JAKE, AUSTIN TEXASadd more info

Q: Who plays the music in the scene at the flea market? (from JOSE MIGUEL in venezuela)
A: "Savior" played by Winston Grennan (and Black Sage) (thanks to Big Ball Ball, Nanjing, Chinaadd more info

Q: Who was the woman, and what song is she singing, in the movie when Kim and Mickey are eating at an italian restaurant?
...from Angie in Virginia (answer Angie's question)

Q: Ever since this movie came out in the late 80s I have searched for the music at the end and have never been able to locate it. If anyone has any information, it would be appreciated. (from darlyn in NC)
A: I heard this music years ago on a local jazz station. The song is "Somewhere In Time" by Roger Williams. (thanks to Tee, Detroit, Michiganadd more info

Q: What is the instrumental tune playing when he is buying her a dress in the boutique? She asks him if he was going to ask her if she liked it or not. He responds with a shake of his head (no). (from Gord-O in Maui, HI)
A: Corey Hart- "Eurisain Eyes" (thanks to amber, wvadd more info


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