Dirty Dancing - More Dirty Dancing 1996 cd

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More Dirty Dancing returns to the resort made famous by Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze in the smash-hit 1987 dance-movie-musical, picking-up where the original Dirty Dancing soundtrack left off with a brief instrumental version of the love theme "I've Had The Time Of My Life". As before this is a mix of new and old tracks, but here the effect is rather more authentic, with the old being classic rock & roll tunes, and the new a series of exciting dance numbers that sound entirely appropriate to the movie's 1963 setting. There are four such tracks by Michael Lloyd and Le Disc, a swinging foxtrot, and three hot Latin flavoured cuts, including Johnny's Mambo featured in the film as one of Swayze's big dance showpieces, and Lou Perez giving voice to the blistering "De Todo un Poco". Elsewhere The Shirelles offer their version of Carol King's "Will You Love Me Tomorrow", while perhaps in answer, Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons remind us that "Big Girls Don't Cry", and The Drifters suggest that, anyway it's all ''Some Kind of Wonderful". Indeed, this is one sequel that tops the original, while for more spicy Latin melodies, check out soundtrack to The Mambo Kings
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