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Audio CD, January 1, 1987
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  • Audio CD
  • Original Release Date: 1987
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Rhino
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #135,425 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Music from the movie Blind Date. Featuring: Jennifer Warnes, Billy Vera and the Beaters, Keith L'Neire, Hubert Tubbs, Henry Mancini, Stanley Jordan,

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Alberto on July 16, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Truthfully speaking, I am surprised that this is one of the first reviews about this soundtrack, provided that it was a pretty good film back in the day. Sure, this soundtrack to the 1987 romantic comedy, "Blind Date" has to be, by far, one of the rarest 'RHINO' records releases out there to even considering putting an effort towards acquiring, yet the music itself is definitely worth the effort as well as a review.

Track 1: This happens to be the film's central theme, "Simply Meant to Be," by Jennifer Warnes and Gary Morris; if you are into a great 80's soft-rock/pop tune, a melodic love song might I add, then there should be no problems here; it is a real bummer that Warnes and Morris could not request a video for this delightful tune, given that it was released as a 7" single.

Track 2: I have not seen too many soundtrack releases with music by Billy Vera or him and his band - well, maybe that killer tune from "Iron Eagle II" - so this next track, "Let you Get Away" has to be pretty good for the time being; this one-of-a-kind pop tune, which by the way was also a 7" single, along with a video, was previously released for another one of Vera's albums - however, the production is different and the tempo is slightly faster, but either version is not bad.

Track 3: I find this song to be a bit funny for some reason, as another one of Vera's contributory tracks, "Oh What a Nite" - NOT to be mistaken for another song of the same title... - is a nevertheless standard jazz tune with nice lyrics and use of keyboards, and I must give some credit to the Beaters themselves for adding some soft percussion; to my knowledge, this song is included on a later solo release by Vera and his band.
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