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Jack Frost: Music From The Motion Picture
Various Artists
Jack Frost: Music From The Motion Picture
Genres: Special Interest, Pop, Rock, Soundtracks
 
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Michael Keaton plays a musician (Jack Frost) about to make the big time who must choose between his career and his family--except an unfortunate car crash kills Jack, and his son is left with only memories and a harmonica ...  more »

      
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All Artists: Various Artists
Title: Jack Frost: Music From The Motion Picture
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Polygram UK
Original Release Date: 11/24/1998
Release Date: 11/24/1998
Album Type: Soundtrack, Import
Genres: Special Interest, Pop, Rock, Soundtracks
Styles: Comedy & Spoken Word, Progressive, Progressive Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 731453859821, 731453859845, 743216018826

Synopsis

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Michael Keaton plays a musician (Jack Frost) about to make the big time who must choose between his career and his family--except an unfortunate car crash kills Jack, and his son is left with only memories and a harmonica that his dad promises, "If you play this, I will always hear you, no matter where I am." Lisa Loeb and Bob Carlisle fulfill the sappy sentimentality with "How" and "Father's Love," respectively. Keaton fronts the bluesy Jack Frost Band for two cuts, "Frosty the Snowman" and the Keaton-penned "Have a Little Faith." Lucinda Williams kicks in with "Can't Let Go" from her acclaimed Car Wheels on a Gravel Road album. Hanson contribute three cuts, including a cover of the Young Rascals' "Good Lovin'," previously available on their live video. Trevor Rabin rounds things out with "Frostbite," a piece of instrumental film music. --Rob O'Connor

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What a surprise!
Jesse D. Watson | North Dakota | 12/19/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is actually a really great soundtrack. Why don't they put this much work into the soundtracks for movies that don't bomb?Michael Keaton's song, "Have a Little Faith," is actually really great. Honestly. Who would have thought? I have newfound respect for the man. Jars of Clay's song is actually called "Five Candles (You Were There)" and is excellent. It's from their album "Much Afraid". I was surprised to see Bob Carlisle on here. He's pretty good. Anyway, this is a surprisingly good soundtrack. I don't care much for the Spice Girls, but I'm actually warming up a but to Hanson now that they aren't popular. :-)I actually recommend this. I doubt anyone will ever buy it anyway. Oh well.If you like this and want to know some other stuff you might like, e-mail me. I really know my music. You tell me what you like, and I'll be able to recommend some stuff you've never heard of, guaranteed, free of charge. :-)"
Where's the mac?
vicki hopper | rome ny "happy woodstock" | 08/11/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"to the record company-where is the most touching song from the whole movie:fleetwood mac's LANDSLIDE? other than that not a bad collection of artists and titles and a phenomenal movie."
A pretty good, but not exceptional, CD
brian m. tracy | manhattan beach, ca USA | 01/04/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This CD, in my opinion, had some good, solid tunes. Most of the songs from the movie were there, such as "Hey Now Now", the song played when Charlie and his dad (the snowman) sled down the hill away from the bullies. However, one song is missing from the collection. The song played when Charlie builds the snowman (who ends up to be his dad), is, in my view, a very emotional and wonderful song. I was disappointed to find that it was missing from this CD. I even tried to find out the name and author of the song, but I didn't come up with any results. Nonetheless, unless you are dying to hear that song like I am, you should buy this CD. For those of you who enjoyed the movie, it is definitely worth the money."