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Vicky Cristina Barcelona (Motion Picture Soundtrack)
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The film's eclectic mix of music reflects the storyline's passionate yet lighthearted tone. The bouncy, Spanish-sung title song, "Barcelona," was written and recorded by Giulia y los Tellarini, a little-known indie band from Barcelona.
As might be expected from a collection of Spanish music, instrumental guitar pieces make up the lion's share of the soundtrack.
Charming film, very well acted, very well directed by Woody Allen. Nice locales.Published 21 days ago by EZ
I had just watched the movie (twice, in fact) and liked the music, so I did the download. I'm a long-time gypsy jazz (Django Reinhardt) listener, and there is just enough in common... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Long-time jazz guy
LOVE this CD. Woody Allen finds the most interesting, appropriate music for his films. This CD is great to put on and have playing in the background.Published 11 months ago by RHSgirl
If you liked the film "Vicky Cristina Barcelon"a, you couldn't help but notice the exceptional soundtrack. Read morePublished 12 months ago by LMAC
Great Spanish guitar music! Woody Allen always does an excellent job of selecting music for his films. I loved this movie and the music. Read morePublished 13 months ago by DMHawki
It’s an easy buy if you love Spanish guitar. But maybe not if you love it too much: that is, a few musical pieces here are very famous and included in a lot of other collections,... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Oleg Korovin
For those of you who are into Spanish music get this album you won't be disappointed. Makes a great gift !Published 17 months ago by G. Ferrer
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Is it some kind of exclusive to B&N (for the CD, not as an mp3)? That's the only place I've seen it too (just today), and it's been almost a month since you posted this? What's the deal?
Sep 13, 2008 by Shaun Navis | See all 2 posts