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Album: West Side Story (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Artist: Leonard Bernstein & Stephen Sondheim

  • Genre: Soundtrack
  • Release Date: 2004
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 19

  • Copyright: ℗ Originally Released 1961 Sony Music Entertainment

Tracklist For West Side Story (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) By Artist Leonard Bernstein & Stephen Sondheim

Title Artist Time
1
Overture Johnny Green & West Side Story Orchestra 4:40 USD 1.29
2
Prologue Johnny Green & West Side Story Orchestra 6:36 USD 1.29
3
Jet Song Tucker Smith 2:06 USD 1.29
4
Something's Coming Jim Bryant 2:32 USD 1.29
5
Dance At the Gym: Blues / Prom Johnny Green, West Side Story Orchestra & West Side Story Chorus 9:27 USD 1.29
6
Maria Jim Bryant 2:35 USD 1.29
7
America Rita Moreno, George Chakiris & West Side Story Chorus 4:59 USD 1.29
8
Tonight Jim Bryant & Marni Nixon 6:40 USD 1.29
9
Gee, Officer Krupke Russ Tamblyn 4:14 USD 1.29
10
West Side Story: Act I: Interm Johnny Green, West Side Story Orchestra & Stephen Sondheim 1:29 USD 1.29
11
I Feel Pretty Marni Nixon, Yvonne Othon & Suzie Kaye 3:35 USD 1.29
12
One Hand, One Heart Jim Bryant & Marni Nixon 3:02 USD 1.29
13
Quintet Jim Bryant, Marni Nixon, Rita Moreno & West Side Story Chorus 3:22 USD 1.29
14
The Rumble Johnny Green & West Side Story Orchestra 2:43 USD 1.29
15
Somewhere Jim Bryant & Marni Nixon 2:04 USD 1.29
16
Cool Tucker Smith 4:21 USD 1.29
17
A Boy Like That / I Have a Lov Betty Wand & Marni Nixon 4:30 USD 1.29
18
Finale Natalie Wood, Johnny Green & West Side Story Orchestra 4:22 USD 1.29
19
End Credits Johnny Green & West Side Story Orchestra 5:08 USD 1.29

Reviews For West Side Story (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) By Artist Leonard Bernstein & Stephen Sondheim

  • Truthbetold

    1
    By CinDar2123
    Awful rendition of great original score. Thought it was the original when I purchased it.
  • AMAZING!!

    5
    By Navya💥
    Great soundtrack better than the Broadway version
  • Actual voices?

    4
    By Danora3630
    Are these the actual recordings made by Natalie Wood, Russ Tamblyn, etc.? Or are they instead the overdubs by Marni Nixon, etc.?
  • Have to have it!

    5
    By Yoyotojo
    I just watched the movie and instantly fell in love with the music and film. Probably one of my favourite soundtracks/albums because every song is just so wonderful!
  • An excellent artistic dare

    5
    By Arctific
    An American Legend. Well executed music re-imaging Romeo and Juliet in the gang ridden West Side. Could the musical and theatrical shock change the fate of gang behavior in America? Can the rough and tumble emigrant/local tension find that “Somewhere, a place for us.” The issues written large and profoundly personalized. Frankly, the music is good too.
  • Absolute Favorite!

    5
    By Way2goo
    Such a great film and soundtrack ❤️❤️❤️
  • LOVE

    5
    By MileyM12345
    The music is amazing!! I love all the songs. The movie is really good too.
  • Duet Songs: Poor Dubbing

    3
    By Huh, What The?
    The songs are great. However, for the duet songs, particularly the love songs, only one voice is clear. The other voice echoes, is too soft, and the instrumental part of the song is louder than the person’s voice. For example, I could only hear Maria’s voice in “Tonight” and not Tony’s voice. The same was for “A Boy Like That/ I Have A Love.” I could only hear Anita’s voice and not Maria’s voice.
  • Most awesome

    5
    By angelcaprichosa
    Growing up we didn't have cable only musicals on VHS this is one of my favorites I love it
  • An all-time favorite

    5
    By J from Baltimore
    I purchased my copy at a yard sale. The cover is so well-worn..., with bits of white paper peaking through the red. It has likely been listened to by someone or other on a regular basis for 50 years! It's just that good. The only problem is that the groove deteriorates a bit with so much usage. I've grown accustomed to each and every pop as if it were part of the score. However, I think it's time for a fresh copy for my iPod. I think I'll at least purchase "Tonight", "Quintet" and "Somewhere", if not the whole album.

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