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The Frog Prince: Original Movie Soundtrack
Genres: World Music, New Age, Pop, Soundtracks, Broadway & Vocalists
1995 release on Polygram's Spectrum label, the CD debut of Enya's first solo recordings after leaving Clannad, the 1985soundtrack to the 1984 film 'The Frog Prince'. Enya performs15 of the album's 16 tracks; Edith Piaf han... more »
1995 release on Polygram's Spectrum label, the CD debut of Enya's first solo recordings after leaving Clannad, the 1985soundtrack to the 1984 film 'The Frog Prince'. Enya performs15 of the album's 16 tracks; Edith Piaf handles the other. Enya also wrote or co-wrote 11 of her 15 tracks, many of which are instrumentals.
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For those who must have everything by Enya
Lavode | Sacramento, CA USA | 05/23/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Even compared to her work on "The Celts," this is different. I found it hard to hear much of her style in this, and there's a goofy synth sound that should have stayed out of the songs. Overall, the vocal tracks are the best, the theme is nice, but gets slightly repetitive. A good disc, and a very interesting part of Enya's history. I recommend trying it before you buy it."
For those who really love Enya and her music
Neal C. Reynolds | Indianapolis, Indiana | 06/30/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This, of course, doesn't come across as the Enya we know and love, but it is a beautifully done sound track. She only sings two songs (and it's a short--37 minutes--CD), but it definitely belongs in every true Enya fan's collection. Besides the 11 cuts that she composed, there are four pleasantly done jazz standards, and a song from Edith Piaf. By the way, those two songs are beautiful...not like her present work, but beautiful in their own right."
Interesting album, not what I expected
A. Burchfield | Conway, Missouri USA | 11/14/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I bought this CD because it seems to be Enya's first post-Clannad album and I thought I'd just try it out.
You get a 16 track recording, only 11 of which appear to be Enya's work, 4 are some Jazz Club something and one is by Edith Piaf. It doesn't really sound anything much like her later work which I found to be disappointing. Two songs have her singing, a couple more have vocalizations but it all has a less polished sound compared to The Celts onward. It all manages to come across as early 80's romantic soundtrack stuff, not bad but not really what I wanted."