Love Theme From "Eyes Of Laura Mars" (Prisoner). Executive-Producer – Charles KoppelmanProducer – Gary KleinWritten-By – J. Desautels, K. Lawrence. Executive-Producer – Charles Koppelman, Jon Peters (2). Guitar – Tom Tedesco. Management – Patti De Caro. Orchestrated By – Carl Brant. Producer – Gary Klein. Recorded By – Dan Wallin.
Love Theme From "Eyes Of Laura Mars" (Prisoner) - Reprise. 모. Issued in gate fold sleeve with custom inner sleeve. Sleeve: Printed in Holland Labels: Made in Holland. 코드 및 기타 식별자. Rights Society (Side 1): BIEM/STEMRA CHAPPELL.
Summary: The soundtrack to the 2018 film about the beginnings of Queen features live tracks (including several from 1985's Live Aid benefit concert), songs from its 2011 remaster as well a re-recording from Smile, Brian May and Roger Taylor’s band before Queen. Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Album Rock, Heavy Metal, Hard Rock, Art Rock, Soundtracks, Stage & Screen, Arena Rock, Dance-Rock, British Metal, Glam Rock.
Sing: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the soundtrack to the 2016 animated musical film Sing. The soundtrack includes classic songs performed by the film's main cast as well as the song "Faith", which was written specifically for the movie and performed by Stevie Wonder and Ariana Grande. The soundtrack was released by Republic Records on December 9, 2016, while the film was released on December 21, 2016. The film's score was composed by Joby Talbot. Soundtracks for Sing at Internet Movie Database.
The Magnificent Seven (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). The 33 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack).
Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. A page for movie soundtracks lovers. See the way' they gaze at her, Like slaves they follow every where she goes. And even though it's crazy, Still I can't help wondering If I'll ever live to see the day When by some miracle of miracles, He'll turn around And look at me that way!
Mortal Kombat: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Mortal Kombat: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the compilation album which accompanied the 1995 film Mortal Kombat. Three songs from Stabbing Westward were included in the movie, but were omitted from the soundtrack: "Lost", "Lies" and "Can't Happen Here", all of which appear on the album Ungod.