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Album: Manhattan (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Artist: New York Philharmonic & Zubin Mehta

  • Genre: Soundtrack
  • Release Date: 1987
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 18

  • Copyright: ℗ 1979 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

Tracklist For Manhattan (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) By Artist New York Philharmonic & Zubin Mehta

Title Artist Time
1
Rhapsody In Blue Gary Graffman 16:30 USD Album Only
2
Land of the Gay Caballero Zubin Mehta & New York Philharmonic 0:34 USD 1.29
3
Someone to Watch Over Me Zubin Mehta & New York Philharmonic 3:24 USD 1.29
4
I've Got a Crush On You Zubin Mehta & New York Philharmonic 0:43 USD 1.29
5
Do, Do, Do Zubin Mehta & New York Philharmonic 1:52 USD 1.29
6
Mine Zubin Mehta, New York Philharmonic, Eric Cohen, Dick Hyman & Milt Hinton 2:55 USD 1.29
7
He Loves and She Loves Zubin Mehta & New York Philharmonic 1:18 USD 1.29
8
Bronco Busters Zubin Mehta & New York Philharmonic 1:15 USD 1.29
9
Oh, Lady Be Good Zubin Mehta & New York Philharmonic 0:57 USD 1.29
10
'S Wonderful Zubin Mehta & New York Philharmonic 1:00 USD 1.29
11
Love Is Here to Stay New York Philharmonic, Zubin Mehta, Brian Koonin, Eric Cohen, Dick Hyman, Lewis Eley & Milt Hinton 2:44 USD 1.29
12
Sweet and Low-Down Zubin Mehta & New York Philharmonic 0:46 USD 1.29
13
Blue, Blue, Blue Zubin Mehta & New York Philharmonic 0:40 USD 1.29
14
Embraceable You Zubin Mehta & New York Philharmonic 1:45 USD 1.29
15
He Loves and She Loves Zubin Mehta & New York Philharmonic 1:18 USD 1.29
16
Love Is Sweeping the Country/L Zubin Mehta & New York Philharmonic 0:42 USD Album Only
17
Strike Up the Band Zubin Mehta & New York Philharmonic 0:37 USD 1.29
18
But Not for Me Zubin Mehta & New York Philharmonic 1:09 USD 1.29

Reviews For Manhattan (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) By Artist New York Philharmonic & Zubin Mehta

  • This is it!!!

    5
    By KimmerO
    This is the single best recording, other than the Gershwin piano roll original, that you could ever listen to. I don't need to say anything else.
  • The Best Picture of 1979....

    5
    By The Grand Roberto
    Urban legend tells that Woody Allen believed that "Manhattan" was the worst film he had made up to that point, he told the heads of UA he would direct another film for free if they promised never to release it. Oddly enough, it is probably his best film. Aside from the performances, and quite possibly, the most beautifully shot film of its time, Woody Allen's "Manhattan" stands in a class alone for it's incredibly bold and successful choice in scoring the picture with the music of George Gershwin. The opening sequence of the film MAKES you want to have this soundtrack immediately. By the last frame makes it the next priority on your list of things to buy - and that's why any film/music enthusist should own this.

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