A soundtrack album is any album that incorporates music directly recorded from the soundtrack of a particular feature film or television show. The first such album to be commercially released was Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the soundtrack to the film of the same name, in 1938. The first soundtrack album of a film's orchestral score was that for Alexander Korda's 1942 film Jungle Book, composed by Miklós Rózsa.
Earthbound had a soundtrack album associated with the game released in 1994 and again in 2004 that contained both original tracks from the game and medleys of multiple tracks. A compilation release, Mother 1+2, received a soundtrack album release in 2003, as well as an album of MIDI piano versions of songs from the two games in 2006. The latest release in the series, Mother 3, has two soundtrack albums: Mother 3+, released in 2006, and the online-only release Mother 3i in 2007. Some of the music from the game was recorded as a studio album by Suzuki and Tanaka in collaboration with various artists entitled Mother. The album was released by CBS/Sony on August 21, 1989. It consists of eleven tracks, seven of which are English vocal arrangements of songs from the game created by Suzuki, David Bedford, Takeshi Saitoh, and Michael Nyman.
5. Part Of Your World. Vocals – Jodi Benson. 6. Under The Sea. Vocals – Samuel E. Wright. Alan Menken, Howard Ashman - La Sirenita (Banda Sonora Original De La Película) (LP, Album). EMI, EMI, Disney, Disney. 064 7957871, 064 79 5787 1. Spain. Howard Ashman And Alan Menken. Howard Ashman And Alan Menken - The Little Mermaid (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (CD, Album).
Otherwise we have the great "Eight melodies" (thrice), "Pollyana", "Humoresque of a little dog" and "Snowman", all of which I really enjoy listening to. Some of these tracks aren't that good, though none of them suck, which accumulates to a good 8/10 in my book.
This music soundtrack from the hit 1996 film is the best-selling Gospel album of all time. Featuring songs written by Kirk Franklin and Richard Smallwood as well as performances by Hezekiah Walker, Shirley Caesar, and The Georgia Mass Choir, this soundtrack takes Whitney Houston back to her roots of singing with her mother in her church choir.