- Released: April 18, 1995
- Label: A&M
- 1.Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman? - Bryan Adams
- 3.Don Juan
- 4.I Was Born in Mexico
- 5.Love at First Sight (Mother and Father)
- 6.Dona Julia
- 7.Don Alfonso
- 9.Don Octavio del Flores
- 10.Dona Ana
Producers: Robert John "Mutt" Lange, Bryan Adams, Michael Kamen.
Recorded at the Warehouse Studio, Jamaica; Abbey Road Studios, Air Lyndhurst Studios, Whitfield Street Studios and Sarm West Studios, London, England.
Original score composed by Michael Kamen.
Bryan Adams' "Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman?" was nominated by the 1996 Grammy Awards for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance and Best Song Written Specifically For A Motion Picture Or For Television.
Personnel: Ana Maria Velez, Robert John "Mutt" Lange (vocals); Chucho Merch n, Juan Mart¡n , Julian Bream (guitar); Christopher Warren-Green (violin); Caroline Dale (cello); Mickey Curry (drums); Luis Jardim (percussion); Olle Romo (programming).
Audio Mixers: Stephen McLaughlin; Bob Clearmountain.
Recording information: AIR Recording Studios, London, England; EMI Abbey Road Studios, London, England; Sarm West Studios, Lo; Whitfield Street Studios, London, England.
Photographers: Merrick Morton; Greg Gorman; Andrew Catlin.
Translators: Jose Hernandez; Martin Kierszenbaum.
The bulk of the soundtrack to the romantic comedy Don Juan DeMarco consists of the movie's incidental music. The main attraction of the album is "Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman," the hit single from Bryan Adams. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine