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Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (February 17, 2004)
  • Original Release Date: February 27, 2004
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: J-Records
  • Run Time: 86 minutes
  • ASIN: B0001ADAWO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (139 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,042 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Dance Like This - Wyclef Jean featuring Claudette Ortiz
2. Dirty Dancing - Black Eyed Peas
3. Guajira (I Love U 2 Much) - Yerba Buena
4. Can I Walk By - Jazze Pha featuring Monica
5. Satellite (From "Havana Nights") - Santana Featuring Jorge Moreno
6. El Beso Del Final - Christina Aguilera
7. Represent, Cuba - Orishas featuring Heather Headley
8. Do You Only Wanna Dance - Mya
9. You Send Me - Shawn Kane
10. El Estuche - Aterciopelados
11. Do You Only Wanna Dance - Julio Daviel Big Band Conducted by Cucco Pena
12. Satellite (Spanish Version) Nave Espacial (From "Havana Nights") - Santana Featuring Jorge Moreno

Editorial Reviews

Set against the decadent glamour and escalating danger of revolution-eve Cuba, Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights re-imagines the 1987 film phenomenon from an exciting new perspective. Havana Nights tells a timeless story of a young woman's discovery of love, sensuality and independence - but with a sizzling style and rhythm all its own. In planning this new chapter in a beloved franchise, Artisan Entertainment and Miramax Films have put together a team of creative dynamos from the worlds of film, music and dance. Among them: maverick independent producer Lawrence Bender (Pulp Fiction, Good Will Hunting); executive producer Sarah Green (Frida); Academy Award. winning screenwriter Ron Bass (Rain Man, My Best Friend's Wedding); director Guy Ferland; screenwriter Pamela Gray (A Walk on the Moon); choreographer Joanne Jansen; music industry legend Clive Davis, whose hot J Records imprint will release the soundtrack; acclaimed actor Diego Luna, a rising star following his performance in the sexy sensation Y Tu Mama Tambiin; and, in what promises to be a breakout role, gifted young actress Romola Garai (recently seen in Nicholas Nickleby). The resulting film is certain to give audiences - from newcomers to those who cherish the first Dirty Dancing - the time of their lives, and then some!

Customer Reviews

It's an awesome mix of hip hop and latin salsa.
Jenny
Everytime I listen to it, it makes me want to get up and dance.
Jazmi
I bought this soundtrack for my daughter who loved the movie.
Tracy L. West

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Music Lover on September 6, 2005
Format: Audio CD
The Dirty Dancing Havana Nights Soundtrack brings in a new combination of music that includes African-Cuban rhythms to Latin Ballroom beats. Each tract brings in a beat that makes you move.

Tract One: Dance Like This by Wyclef Jean featuring Claudette Ordiz, starts the album off with an outrageous beat that makes your heart pound.

Tract Two: Dirty Dancing by the Black Eyed Peas do a tremendous job to make this song come alive with a combination of Spanish and English lyrics. Dirty Dancing is such an appealing song to dance to.

Tract Three: Guajira (I love U 2 Much) by Yerba Buena is a song I can visualize hearing it in a Cuban night club. This artist did a wonderful job with this song.

Tract Four: Can I Walk By song by Jazze Pha featuring Monica gives a touch of pop music to the mix. It has a good beat and a wonderful balance between the artist.

Tract Five: Satellite by Santana featuring Jorge Moreno is a Mexican style of music. If you've heard of Santana, then you probably already know what the tract sounds like. With Satellite you can almost get off your feet and do the salsa.

Tract Six: El Deso Den Final by Christina Augilera has the softer side of music in the album. She does an amazing job to make this song very peaceful sounding.

Tract Seven: Represent, Cuba by Orishas featuring Heather Headley is a Cuban rhythm that makes you melt with every second of it.

Tract Eight: Do You Only Wanna Dance song by Mya is the Latin Ballroom dancing for any age. Just grab your partner, look deep into their eyes and move to the beat.

Tract Nine: You Sent Me by Shawn Kane brings in a 50's song that doesn't fit with the rest of the album, but works well with the movie itself.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Stacey on March 24, 2004
Format: Audio CD
First I'd like to say I LOVED the movie, and yes it did make you want to get up and dance. I like the CD, I don't however think the two go together. I bought the soundtrack thinking it would be the songs I loved in the movie and was suprised to find it sorely lacking. It doesn't have the same feeling as the movie. I'm hoping they release a second one that has more of the '60's style latin music that I was craving after seeing the movie. I would recommend the cd, because I really do like the mix of latin and hip-hop, I just want people to be aware of what they're really getting!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M. Garcia on September 12, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This cd gets a lot of bad reviews based on how it isn't really latin. And also how rap wasnt around in the 50s BUT to be honest, who cares!? Most of these songs are extremely catchy and fun to listen to, this was one of the best cd buys I have made in years! "satellite(spanish version)" and the Wyclef song are my personal favorites but the cd is full of great songs! Its a must have!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By David on February 19, 2004
Format: Audio CD
let me just say iw as counting down the MINUTES til this cd came out... and i was NOT disappointed! there are AWESOME songs on this cd, it really gets you moving... my favs are 1 (AWESOME), 3, 7,8,5, 12.....prettyy much the whole cd ! BUY IT! i alreayd have half my friends begging me to burn them copies. WOW im in awe.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Leila on March 3, 2004
Format: Audio CD
I love the soundtrack. It definitely makes you want to get up and dance. It's a blend of salsa and hip-hop. My favorite songs are Dance Like This and Do You Only Wanna dance. The CD is definitely worth purchasing. It's great from the beginning to the end. I also saw the movie, which was really good...
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Sandy B on February 19, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This CD is a great CD!! It has great latin vibes. Very upbeat. It will make you want to dance all day and all night. I have actually bought tapes on how to salsa. No CD collection should be without Havana Nights!!!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Patricia Perrier on April 2, 2005
Format: Audio CD
"DD Havana Nights has it all: a coming-of-age tale of an attractive young couple; a setting of lush tropical nights and 20th-century political havoc; a cast that includes supportive parents (unusual in a story of young love) and dazzling singers, dancers and musicians from multicultural and multiracial backgrounds; and the sharp contrasts--softened in warm Caribbean colors--of the prevalent class consciousness and economic disparities--all of which frame the beauty of love and the beauty of the dance.

Our star-crossed lovers are Romala Garai's Katie Miller, a recently uprooted, brainy high school senior from the States, and Diego Luna's Havier Suarez, a wise young waiter shouldering the burden of supporting his family. Having inadvertently caused Havier to lose his job, Katie suggests they earn money by winning a dance contest. Her sassy sexiness and bright delight, along with his strength and passion surface in their dancing. Her movement and gestures mirror the physical joy and emotional willingness of an adventurous adolescent woman, his illustrate a strong restraint as well as a desire to embrace all that his partner offers. Both yearn for the physical freedom that will set them on the path to other freedoms--those of choice, opportunity, and hope for the future. And, both are supported by their families who are somewhat bemused by the situation.

This second DD has more of a global outreach with its Afro-Cuban rhythms and Latin ballroom scenes and with a 'disappeared' parent and a parent working for a multinational corporation. Havier's family's crowded inner city home is contrasted with the Miller family's spacious apartment. Spanish dialect and 1950s costuming bring reality to the story.
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