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Body Heat: Jazz at the Movies
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on July 30, 2017
Great light jazz cd of movie related songs. Worth buying just for the Body Heat and Taxi Driver cuts.
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on May 8, 2015
I am extremely happy with this cd. I bought it mainly for the theme from "Body Heat" but I have found that every song on this cd is a great easy listening song and I have played it repeatedly since it arrived. I can't recommend it enough for anyone looking for a real easy listening cd with all songs being great. Thank you for the great service and speedy delivery.
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on August 23, 2015
Very haunting and sensual and makes you come back for more. I looked more into this band who did this and will no doubt order something else from them since this is a world-class music experience and when I play it, I play it over and over. One of my very best CDs I rate it "Most Excellent" my highest rating. Chatty Patty
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on March 29, 2015
I had this album in the eighties, and.have always loved it. I was really happy to find it again. Smooth and sexy.
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on March 27, 2014
We love jazz and this album did not disappoint us. We'll be looking for more of these jazz at the movies albums.
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on June 4, 2015
well recorded, beautiful music
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on August 1, 2014
Excellent moody jazz.
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on June 3, 2003
I RARELY give 5 stars to any cd, but this one deserves it! Lousy with sensuality, the selected melodies will hold you in their sway long after the music has ended. The "Body Heat" theme is a haunter from "Born Free" composer John Barry.
Another stunner,"The Theme From Taxi Driver," recalls Bernard Herrmann's best work on "Vertigo." But all these compositions are memorable melodies. One interesting note, in the film version of "Calling You" from "Bagdad Cafe," the song is sung by a female vocalist. In this rendition, Bob Telson's ("The Gospel at Colonus") masterpiece is voiced by a man; suprisingly, it works.
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on May 27, 1999
Some favorites on here include 'Body Heat', 'Farewell my Lovely', the theme from Taxi Driver (I can see Travis Bickle's eyes in the mirror every time this one plays) and 'Memories of Green', the theme from Blade Runner. Play this one often enough, you'll be willing to off a few replicants yourself. This is a great CD to play when you don't have to answer the phone, when you can relax. There's better jazz around out there, but you'll have to go looking for it. If you consider some of the 'classic' jazz albums as a great single malt scotch...this one is at least Chivas. An extrafine blend that satisfys without offending anyone. And there's something to be said for that.
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on April 18, 2000
I accidently purchased this CD 8 years ago and I have to say it was one of the best mistakes I have ever made! An unbelievable recording. Each song is an elixir, drawing you into a most mellow mood. Break out some fine wine, get your sweetheart, lay back and enjoy. A remarkable CD
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