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Enchanted Enhanced, Soundtrack

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Get the must own MUSICAL from what's sure to be the Holiday Movie of the Year!

Featuring CARRIE UNDERWOOD'S brand new single "Ever Ever After", a new single from JON MCLAUGHLIN, and songs and score by Grammy Award Winning, Disney Legend ALAN MENKEN and Broadway's "Wicked" Composer STEPHEN SCWARTZ

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Someone get Amy Adams on the Broadway stage, stat! She may not have the huge pipes that are supposed to be necessary for singers nowadays, but based on her sweet performance of three songs on this soundtrack, she gets a tune. Leaving aside High School Musical-style contemporary pop, Disney returns to its sources here, with a fairy tale set to a traditional-minded score by Alan Menken (The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, etc.). The first three songs are loving, well-crafted homages to Disney classics, such as Cinderella and Snow White; tellingly, the lovely "Happy Working Song" (with lyrics by Stephen "Wicked" Schwartz) sounds like it could have been lifted from any number of Disney movies--and that's meant as a compliment. Carrie Underwood brings us back into the 21st century with the single "Ever Ever After", which in comparison feels a bit more anonymous. Menken also supplies several instrumental cues, often reprising themes alluded to in the songs, and James Marsden wraps things up with a hilariously straight-faced version of "That's Amore." --Elisabeth Vincentelli

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  • Performer: James Marsden, Amick Byram, Amy Adams, Ann Arvia, Annmarie Rizzio, et al.
  • Conductor: Blake Neely, Michael Kosarin
  • Composer: Alan Menken, Harry Warren
  • Audio CD (November 20, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Soundtrack
  • Label: Walt Disney Records
  • ASIN: B000VWQTXE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #67,228 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The genius of Alan Menken (The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast) is in tying in the songs to the storyline and therefore advancing the art of both. Not only is the score one of the best I've heard recently but the lyrics to the songs are well derived and help to keep the film's pace. The optimism embraced by the song 'Ever Ever After' that Mr. Menken wrote especially for Carrie Underwood is so very hopeful and charming.

The three musical set-pieces had the audience applauding at the end of each one of them. I'm giving this a 5 Star rating based on a critical listening of the entire CD and that's my 2 cents!

You will not be disappointed if you buy this.

Also note that the CD I received is an 'Enhanced' CD which happily contains as a bonus the 'Ever Ever After' music video that you may have viewed here on Amazon with the ever-lovely Carrie Underwood.

Enjoy!
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The songs are great and before you know it you are singing along. The instrumentals are lovely as always. How the cd was put together is very dissappointing. Instead of the music telling the story of Enchanted as is done on both the Beauty and the Beast and Little Mermaid cds, the music for Enchanted was put on the cd in a divided fashion. On this cd, the music with lyrics are all first then all the instrumentals are next finishing with the single song "that's amore" sung by James Marsden. What a shame. When listening to a soundtrack the music ques in scenes and emotions without the visuals. Out of sequence, the music looses its flow and no longer tells the story. Also is the fact out of like 15 songs, only 6 have words. Again if the music followed the movie, this would not be so apparent. For children, it makes the instrumentals seem very very long after the fun of singing the songs.
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It's been a long time since I've been to a movie and thought "I can't wait to hear the soundtrack again," but "Enchanted" was such a case. Alan Menken, as usual, has provided a terrifically evocative score, and the songs he's written with Stephen Schwartz are joyful, witty and oh-so tuneful. And they're a perfect compliment to the film itself, which is an absolute charmer. (Full disclosure: I worked on "Enchanted"; but trust me, you don't always love the films you work on.) Admittedly, the songs work better IN the film, accompanied by the gorgeous animation or spot-on performances by Amy Adams and James Marsden (or the clever pop-up sequence that runs over "Ever Ever After"); but this is a small qualification. I do suggest you see the film first, so you'll have a context in which to enjoy the score. But I bet that after you do, you'll buy the soundtrack.
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I spent the day after Thanksgiving treating my 60 year old mother and 5 year old daughter to the movie "Enchanted." At its closing, all 3 of us walked out of the film singing "That's How You Know." And we kept on singing it throughout the weekend, so much that I gave in to my daughter's request for the soundtrack. We are big Carrie Underwood fans, however she's not the reason we fell in love with the tunes from the movie. Alan Menken is a genius...I give him credit because credit is due!What could have been contrived and cheesy is instead magical and dare I say it? OK, I will...it is enchanting! I was very surprised and pleased with the vocal talents of both Amy Adams (who is simply delightful on screen and on the soundtrack) and James Marsden. Not since "Beauty and the Beast" have I instantly fell in love with a Disney film score, and I have to confess that "Enchanted" ranks right up there on my personal list of all-time Disney faves!
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It has been a long time since I've left the theater wanting to purchase the soundtrack for a movie that I've seen. "Enchanted" has a number of songs that will stay in your head (in a good way!) and have you humming them once you've heard them. Both Amy Adams (Giselle) and James Marsden (Prince Edward) do a wondeful job of singing the songs themselves; although music purists may scoff at some of Adams' phrasings, she gives a vocal performance that evokes the magic of past Disney princesses and overcomes any flaws that one could find with her voice. The CD presents the "hit" songs first, and then follows up with a number of underscoring pieces. "True Love's Kiss" and "Happy Working Song" owe more than a nod in spirit to "Snow White"; they definitely remind one of the type of song you'd expect to hear from a Disney animated movie. "That's How You Know" is more of a bridge song from the animated world to NYC's Central Park; with its calypso beat and huge chorus, the roving production number is something you'd expect from a Broadway Show (which I have heard is a possibility for this movie) and not an animated film. "So Close" is the love song/ballad of the movie, and signifies Giselle's full-blown transition into the modern world. In the context of the movie, the song is extremely moving as you watch the performances of Adams and Patrick Dempsey (Robert), but even on the CD, it is able to stand alone. "Ever Ever After" is the Carrie Underwood 100% pop music hit. This CD features the music video of the song, which also turns Carrie into an animated Disney character. Animated or live action, Underwood's wholesome beauty could qualify her as a Disney princess. Although on the soundtrack, the blaring beat of this song seems out of place, it fits perfectly when seen in the context of the movie.Read more ›
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