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American Hustle (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
 
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American Hustle (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

16 Dec. 2013 | Format: MP3

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I recently saw "American Hustle" in the theatre, and made a mental note to myself to check out the soundtrack, as the music plays prominently in the film.

"American Hustle: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack" (15 tracks; 55 min.) is chock-full of excellent songs from the 1970s, some of them very well known (and deemed "classics") and others not so much (and deemed "forgotten nuggets"). First things first: regretably (and for reasons totally unclear to me), the soundtrack does NOT brings the songs in the same order as they are played in the film. Instead, the sequencing seems pretty much entirely random. The soundtrack starts here with Duke Ellington's "Jeep's Blues" (Ellington is a common interest of two of the film's main characters), then we dive straight into Elton John's "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road". One of the most hilarious scenes in "American Hustle" comes late in the film when the character played by Jennifer Lawrence, a 'dumb blond' housewife called Rosalyn, cleans house and sings/dances to Paul McCartney's Live and Let Die, now placed upfront on the soundtrack. Another very memorable scene comes when Bradley Cooper's Richie and Amy Adam's Sydney characters go out on the town and end up dancing at a club to Donna Summers' classic I Feel Love, after which the film shifts to another scene where other characters are singing/dancing along to Tom Jones' Delilah. Sheer delight! America's Horse With No Name, one of the first songs in the film, is buried deep on here. Perhaps the biggest surprise here is the inclusion of ELO's Long Black Road, which is not a 70s song at all (it's from their 2001 Zoom album), but somehow it fits in nicely with the other tunes. Interesting 'bonus' also is the very last track, Irving Montage, a 2 min.
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Since hearing Long Black Road by ELO on the radio (thank you Chris Evans), I have been looking for it on CD, it is a great ELO track. However, it was only on Japanese versions of the album Zoom, so 'rare as hens teeth' comes to mind. Then I realised how Chris (if he will allow me to call him Chris) had found it, silly me, it is on a film soundtrack album, so I shelled out, and I am really pleased I did. The compilation is filled with good quality recordings of various music styles and lots of well known artists.
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This is an excellent collection of 70's (mainly) music. I was disappointed that it does not include all the tracks from the movie.
I actually thought the music was the best thing in the movie. The acting was generally very good but the story line was difficult to follow.
Anyway, some great tracks here and I've rediscovered the sheer brilliance of Duke Ellington.
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However, there was one track that was in the film but was missing off the CD and that was by Black Sabbath and was called 'If you don't know me by now'. I was quite disappointed as one of the reason I bought the CD was because I wanted that track to be on it.
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Like many others before me , I thoroughly enjoyed the film and made a mental note to buy the soundtrack as soon as possible because it was so evocative of my teenage years . However, I was disappointed to note that the CD does not contain those much-loved but underrated classics from Steely Dan and Todd Rundgren. How does Jeff Lynne get THREE songs in the playlist ? And why do they have to mess around with the order that they played in the film ? Not exactly a fair representation....
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Great movie ,soundtrack great but I'm giving 5 stars for Jeff Lynne/ELO music in this film. They should have released LONG BLACK ROAD as a single to promote the album as that alone is pure magic from ELO, it was a bonus track in Japan when ELOs Zoom was released in 2001, so it is kind of new music. And not many people would have heard the song, the song is up there in as one of Jeff Lynne's greatest songs.
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This cd has a handful of great tracks from Donna Summer, ELO, Duke Ellington, Wings & America. I went to see the film at the cinema and felt very disappointed. It's full of great things including the soundtrack but overall was a letdown. I've not got into the other songs and my tenancy at the moment is to skip!
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This is the soundtrack from American hussle the movie , if you loved the movie you will love this ! It will bring you back to all the great moments of the movie and all the great tracks from Elton John , ELO and Donna summer and more ! Love it , love American hussle !
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