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Name: REDMAN CDS
Number: REDMANVCL07021012

ROMANCING THE STONE (CD)
Composed by: Alan Silvestri

SEALED - VARESE CLUB VERSION

The first of now ten film collaborations between Robert Zemeckis and Alan Silvestri finally receives its first soundtrack release. "Romancing the Stone" was itself a huge box office hit, but somehow a soundtrack release managed to slip through the cracks. CD features over 60 minutes of music from this light-hearted but spirited adventure score with even a dash of Alfred Newman to kick it off!

Kathleen Turner plays a writer of adventure stories who has been having trouble selling her works of late because they aren't remotely believable. The basic problem is that the mousy Turner has never had any real adventure in her life. All this changes when she receives a frantic phone call from her sister, whose is being held prisoner by evil art dealers in Colombia. It seems that sis has mailed Turner a map leading to a valuable treasure. Nasty but cowardly Danny DeVito, cousin of the principal villain (Zack Norman), has been assigned to claim the map from Turner. But upon arriving in Colombia, Turner and DeVito learn that others of a more homicidal bent are also after the map. Turner is rescued by soldier of fortune Michael Douglas, who isn't quite clear about his stake in the proceedings. Douglas and Turner undergo several perilous adventures in the wilds of Colombia. The treasure turns out to be a valuable jewel, which changes hands (one of them severed!) many times before it is swallowed by an alligator. Turner manages to break free from her pursuers, but Douglas is presumed dead. Douglas returns at the end of the film in Manhatten to surprise Turner. 1984

1. Logo and Prologue (How The West Was Won) composed by Alfred Newman (2:08)
2. Main Title (2:35)
3. Elaine (2:01)
4. Ransacked Apartment (1:34)
5. I’m In Trouble (1:43)
6. Joan & Jack (1:05)
7. The Gorge (4:57)
8. Escape In The Little Mule (2:17)
9. The Town (2:43)
10. The Dance and They Kiss (4:41)
11. Hotel Escape (2:01)
12. The Stone Revealed (1:19)
13. Mounties! (2:20)
14. The Square (1:33)
15. Tregula (1:31)
16. Struggling For The Stone (5:56)
17. So Long Jack (1:10)
18. The Sailboat (1:20)
19. End Titles (5:37)

Bonus Tracks
20. Piano Bar (5:12)
21. End Titles (alternate) (6:05)

  
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