You've Got Mail [Original Soundtrack]
by Various Artists
Entertainment Weekly: "...Some nifty tracks, but as a DJ mix, it makes more sense on screen." - Rating: B
Available: Usually ships in 1-3 business days
- Released: December 1, 1998
- Originally Released: 1998
- Label: Atlantic
Entertainment Weekly - 1/8/99, p.67"...Some nifty tracks, but as a DJ mix, it makes more sense on screen." - Rating: B
- 1.Puppy Song, The - Harry Nilsson
- 2.Dreams - The Cranberries
- 3.Splish Splash - Bobby Darin
- 4.Dummy Song - Louis Armstrong
- 5.Remember - Harry Nilsson
- 6.Dream - Roy Orbison
- 7.Rockin' Robin - Bobby Day
- 8.Lonely at the Top - Randy Newman
- 9.Signed Sealed Delivered I'm Yours - Stevie Wonder
- 10.I Guess the Lord Must Be in New York City - Sinead O'Connor
- 11.Over the Rainbow - Harry Nilsson
- 12.Anyone at All - Carol King
- 13.I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter - Billy Williams
- 14."You've Got Mail" Suite, The - George Fenton
- 15.You Made Me Love You - Jimmy Durante
Producers include: Ahmet Ertegun, Lenny Waronker, Russ Titleman, John Reynolds, Carole King.
Engineers include: Tim Oliver, Humberto Gatica.
Original music composed and conducted by George Fenton.
Personnel: Chris Brooke (vocals, background vocals); Harry Nilsson, Peggy Lee (vocals); Justin Adams (guitar); Carole King (piano); Mark Taylor , Robbie Kondor (keyboards); John Reynolds (drums); Michael Fisher (percussion); Louise Goffin (background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Humberto Gatica.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Louis Armstrong; Randy Newman; Roy Orbison; Sin‚ad O'Connor; Stevie Wonder; The Cranberries; Billy Williams ; Bobby Darin; Bobby Day.
Arranger: Robbie Kondor.
Warner Brothers played a safe bet by reuniting Sleepless in Seattle stars Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks for this film. An even safer bet is the collection of stellar artists that make up the accompanying soundtrack. There's a fair amount of genre-hopping here, from Louis Armstrong's "Dummy Song" to Roy Orbison's evanescent "Dream." Other highlights include The Cranberries' anthemic "Dreams," Randy Newman's sardonic "Lonely at the Top" and Bobby Darin's good timey "Splish Splash." A mixed bag to be sure, but a consistently enjoyable one, whether you're familiar with the movie or not.
Music From M Squad / Music From Mickey Spillane's Mike... (CD)
$5.98 on SALE
The Last Picture Show (Music As Featured In...) (2-CD) NEW
$7.98 on SALE