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All That Jazz Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (7 Aug. 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Commercial Marketing
  • ASIN: B000008115
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 146,769 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Main Title - Orchestra, Ralph Burns
2. On Broadway - George Benson, Ralph Burns
3. Michelle - Orchestra, Ralph Burns
4. Take Off With Us - Choir, Ralph Burns, Sandahl Bergman
5. Vivaldi Concert In G - Orchestra, Ralph Burns
6. Ponte Vecchio - Orchestra, Ralph Burns
7. Everything Old Is New Again - Peter Allen, Ralph Burns
8. South Mt Sinai Parade - Orchestra, Ralph Burns
9. After You've Gone - Leland Palmer, Ralph Burns
10. There'll Be Some Changes Made - Ann Reinking, Ralph Burns
11. Who's Sorry Now - Choir, Ralph Burns
12. Some Of These Days - Erzsebet Foldi, Ralph Burns
13. Going Home Now - Orchestra, Ralph Burns
14. Bye Bye Love - Ben Vereen, Ralph Burns, Roy Scheider

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By L. Southgate on 29 July 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
In the mould of a musical film made for people who may not fancy musicals, this soundtrack has all the classics from the movie (that even iTunes doesn't have) for all your enjoyment! If your into classic movies, classic musicals or just great music, you'll find something to love here!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Long live the Jazz... and Fosse! 26 Jun. 2000
By Ignacio Rodriguez - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is a marvellous collector piece. Coming from a great movie, this could only be an espectacular Soundtrack. I've always felt attracted to the film for its visual stile (just like any other Fosse's movie, especially "Cabaret") and the sarcastic tone. A courious note about this film is that a few years after Bob Fosse realeased this sort of oracular-autobiography, the author died just like the movie character inspired in him.
Some of the songs has a very 80's beat, which of course was en vogue when it was made. The album includes classic themes like "Concert in G" by Vivaldi, and also pop music classics like "On Broadway". The piece "Take off with us" is simply marvellous. But the best thing of this record os the ironization of the lyrics of themes like "Bye, bye love", "Some of this days", "Who's sorry now" and "After you're gone". This soundtrack is simply amazing.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Jazzy, funny, perfect 23 Feb. 2000
By Dylan H. Grant - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is one of the best soundtracks EVER. The music--in light of the film--is funny in the most ironic sense. The last song is true show stopper. The film was both one of the most serious musicals ever made and also one of the funniest statements about death ever out on celuloid.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A wonderful, "Jazz-y" gift for Mom! 17 Jan. 2014
By Grandma Zizzy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
When someone's been your mother for over half a century, it's difficult to try to come up with gift ideas that aren't the "same old, same old". For Mom's birthday a couple of years ago, I was putting some major thought effort into doing something out of the norm, and finally hit upon an idea. She absolutely adores old musicals, and my nine younger siblings and I were all treated to her daily renditions of various songs. (Well, maybe as a teenager I didn't think it was a "treat", especially in front of my friends, but now I have the benefit of hindsight that comes with age!) She had a particular fondness for the Rodgers & Hammerstein musicals, so I put together a collection of the soundtracks and she loved it! Decided to continue down that path and pursue her love of old movie musicals even further. Typed a Google search for "Top 25 Film Musicals", and the first thing that popped up was just such a list that the American Film Institute came up with in 2006! I'd already given her two of them (Rodgers & Hammerstein's "The Sound of Music" and "The King and I"), so over the course of a year, I was able to track the rest all down (finding the best price on Amazon for about halfh of them) for a total of about $350, which gave me a supply of gifts that covered Mother's Day, another birthday and two Christmases! It was SO nice to have a year in which I didn't have to rack my brain for gift ideas, but - even BETTER! - to see Mom's reaction as she opened each new "treasure", all of which represented memories to her as well. (All That Jazz, starring Roy Scheider, was #14 on that list, which covers the '30s through the '00s.)

This was such a great musical, winning two Oscars (losing out to Kramer vs. Kramer for Best Picture, but that was awfully tough competition!), as well as the highest honor at the Cannes Film Festival, the Palme d' Or. It was a semi-autobiographical take on a point in Director Bob Fosse's life, when he was trying to stage the Broadway production of "Chicago" at the same time he was editing film for the movie "Lenny" --- a bit crazy, to say the least! This movie came out the year I graduated from H.S. -- I'd seen it, but Mom hadn't. She loved the music though once she gave it a listen, and is looking forward to renting the movie. So glad I did this for Mom - she's thoroughly enjoying all of her new CDs, whether it's in the car, as background music when it's her turn to host her sibs' Saturday night card game, or just putzing around at home (and this lady can DANCE as well as sing!)
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
One of the best films ever! 20 Jun. 2006
By Mack E. Tan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Funny to be writing a review so many years after it first opened, but I recently caught it on cable and taped it on my DVR. I recall the first time I saw it--I was mesmerized, and I still am. If I were to compile a top 10 list, this would be on it, nearly on the top.

Strange how this film repels many people, those who are squeamish about death; this is, after all, a film about a man dying, albeit gloriously but on his own terms. I married a man like Fosse, one who recognized himself as a "deeply flawed individual," though he wasn't. He was magnificent.

What struck me most in this reviewing was the ending number--Bye Bye love, particular the dance sequence featuring Ben Vereen. His sequence with the vessels is sexy and stylish and brought out unique aspects in his dance profile. He clearly dominates those few minutes, and he must have loved that part of his number.

I remember taking a friend with me to see the movie with me. She was one of those people who just couldn't handle the theme and for that reason couldn't appreciate anything in the movie. The very last shot in the body bag disgusted her. I thought it was perfect.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Eclectic Mix 24 Feb. 2007
By Jazz Shoe - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Since I adore the movie, I can't help but love the soundtrack to All That Jazz. I'm not sure this CD would move every listener as it does me, but I see every scene as I listen and can't help but dance along now and then. Like the movie, this soundtrack is bittersweet and very raw in some places, cheeky and sentimental in others. For a Fosse junkie like me, it's a must have.
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