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Dance with Me: Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack

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Contemporary Afro-Cuban and Latin dance music flavors the soundtrack to Dance with Me, a movie about (what else?) dancing. Costars Vanessa Williams and Chayanne duet on "You Are Home" both in its Spanish salsa version and its more straightforward R&B incarnation. The upbeat numbers swing: Electra's "Jibaro" gets a lively remix treatment from Paul Oakenfold, Black Machine provide the funky "Jazz Machine," and Elvis Crespo's "Suavemente" will have the dance floor sweating. Overall, with the exception of slow-dance numbers "Want You, Miss You, Love You" from Jon Secada and the aforementioned "You Are Home," Dance with Me is a predictable but fun mix.

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Contemporary Afro-Cuban and Latin dance music flavors the soundtrack to Dance with Me, a movie about (what else?) dancing. Costars Vanessa Williams and Chayanne duet on "You Are Home" both in its Spanish salsa version and its more straightforward R&B incarnation. The upbeat numbers swing: Electra's "Jibaro" gets a lively remix treatment from Paul Oakenfold, Black Machine provide the funky "Jazz Machine," and Elvis Crespo's "Suavemente" will have the dance floor sweating. Overall, with the exception of slow-dance numbers "Want You, Miss You, Love You" from Jon Secada and the aforementioned "You Are Home," Dance with Me is a predictable but fun mix. --Jason Verlinde
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 11, 1998)
  • Original Release Date: August 11, 1998
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Sony
  • Run Time: 126 minutes
  • ASIN: B000009QOO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (95 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #46,399 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By A Customer on August 18, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I bought the Dance With Me CD after I saw the movie last summer and I have not stopped playing it. It is the best soundtrack I have ever heard. "You Are My Home/Refugio de Amor is one of my many favorite songs on the cd. Vanessa L. Williams and Chayanne make a great team. They were brilliant. Eres Todo En Mi by Ana Gabriel is sung so passionately, that you don't have to speak spanish to feel every emotion in that song. This is the most exceptional cd that I will ever own. Kudos to the producers of the cd. WELL DONE!!!!
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This CD was great! I admit I bought it because I saw the movie, but I was glad I did. I recommend this CD to everyone whether you've seen the movie or not. Whenever, I listen to it I can't help but dance. All of the artist on the CD are "top knotch". If you purchase this CD you won't regret it...
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By A Customer on May 30, 1999
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The Dance With Me soundtrack is amazing! I love to Salsa dance to it! Get this CD for a wonderful selection of Salsa, and more latin music. Once you get it home, you'll start shakin' those hips once you play it! :)
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I bought this CD, almost immediately after I saw "Dance With Me," in the theaters, back in 1998. Though, the film left me cold, the songs continued to sizzle in my memory, and resonated with my steps on the dance floor.

Some of the best songs on this album include: "Magalenha," a great Sergio Mendes tune that was utilized in the dance competition sequence in the film. It is a lively samba, and gets you up on your feet and moving. "Atrevete (No Puedes Conmigo)" by Dark Latin Groove is an awesome, sizzling salsa, combining the fiery vocals of Huey Dunbar, with the salsa/reggae elements of Fragancia and James "Da Barba." What a shame that those guys broke up........Overall, this CD combines soft ballads with up-tempo dance numbers. It's great background music for a party.

The only reason I didn't give it five stars is because of the luke warm bonus cuts ("Suavemente" remix with Elvis Crespo--which sounds too repetitive and "Pantera en Libertad" by Monica Naranjo, which just sounds like she is screaming--no real melody).

You definitely need to get this album, as well, because it is just too flavorful to resist!
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What can I say...about DANCE WHIT ME?I like it because my hoby is latin dance and I ADORE this kind of music... when I dance samba,mambo,rumba...estoy "loca" and all my problems desapear...
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By A Customer on June 27, 2000
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This is a great cd. The latin scene is starting to grow here and they almost always play songs off the cd at the clubs. Just FYI, the last song on the movie Ave Maria Morena is actually "Lindo Yambu" from Cachao Volume One
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After seeing DANCE WITH ME, and enjoying it immensely, i could hardly wait to own the SOUNDTRACK. But even though I knew the songs featured in the movie were really great (like the duet w/Williams & Chayanne and many of the songs used for dance numbers),there was a part of me that still had my fingers crossed. Because i knew more than anything that i wanted one particular song to especially be on the CD. And in the past i've heard soundtracks that have left out songs that i felt should not have been ommitted. The song in this case was PATRIA, sung by Reuben Blades. And yes, it is on the CD! So do get it. Because, for one, there are enough songs on it to find the ones you really love and because PATRIA is such a beautiful song, that is so worth having, that even if none of the other songs were i would have bought it anyway for PATRIA alone. And i normally need to like at least 5 songs to want to own it, unless one is really good enough to win me over to where i would let the other ones grow on me. But thankfully the other songs happen to be great as well and will not disappoint.
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This movie is full of music, of course, since it is about dancing. The album is full of Latin and Afro-Cuban dance music which will really make you feel like dancing with them too! My favorite track is the very first, "Magalenha" by Sergio Mendez. I still haven't figured out what language it's in but I love the groove to it. It is followed by Latin-music-goddess Gloria Estefan's "Heaven's What I Feel (Dance Remix)", which I also love. Gloria's song "Tres Deseos"- an old favorite of mine- is also included in this CD. Other well-known Spanish artists that appear in the album track are Chayanne, Jon Secada, Vannessa Williams, Thalia, and Ana Gabriel. I recommend this CD the most out of all the soundtracks I own because of its great mixture of Latin songs that go together to create a soundtrack as fun and danceable as the movie is!
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