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I've Seen That Face Before (Libertango)

From the Album Nightclubbing
June 1, 1990 | Format: MP3

$1.29
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4:28
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''IVE SEEN THAT FACE BEFORE'' WAS THE THEME SONG FROM THE 1989 MOVIE''FRANTIC,''
DIRECTED BY ROMAN POLANSKI & STARRING HARRISON FORD . THE SONG IS SO INTENSE IT DRAWS YOU INTO THE FILM COMPLETELY. THE WORDS ARE INCREDIBLY HAUNTING, & THE SCORE VERY,VERY, MEMORABLE.
THE SONG REALLY SHINES IN WHAT HAS TO BE ONE OF THE SINGULARLY MOST SEXY DANCE SEQUENCES EVER FILMED, DURING A SCENE TAKING PLACE IN A PARIS NIGHTCLUB.
WHEN THE SOUNDTRACK FOR ''FRANTIC'' WAS RELEASED, ''IVE SEEN THAT FACE BEFORE'' WAS GLARINGLY MISSING FROM IT, HAVING BEEN ORIGINALLY PRODUCED IN EUROPE, THERE WAS A PROBLEM WITH THE RIGHTS.
JUST GREAT ITS FINALLY AVAILABLE AFTER ALL THESE YEARS.

JOANNE SALVADOR
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Always loved this theme in Frantic and finally
tracked it down, it is one of those that haunts
you after hearing it .....
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