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The Truth About Cats & Dogs: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Genres: Folk, Special Interest, Pop, Rock, Soundtracks, Classic Rock
Packed with quality adult fare, this soundtrack includes Sting's lilting, near-perfect remake of 'The Bed's Too Big Without You' with Ranking Roger, Al Green's 'Give It Everything' (elegantly jazzed for the '90s by Steele ... more »
Packed with quality adult fare, this soundtrack includes Sting's lilting, near-perfect remake of 'The Bed's Too Big Without You' with Ranking Roger, Al Green's 'Give It Everything' (elegantly jazzed for the '90s by Steele & Cox of Fine Young Cannibals fame), and romantic croons from Aaron Neville, Jill Sobule, Paul Weller, and Dionne Farris (covering Stevie Wonder's 'For Once In My Life') and Suzanne Vega's 'Caramel'. Universal. 2006.
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(4 out of 5 stars)
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One of the best soundtracks!
Diana Crass | California | 02/24/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I loved the movie, mostly because of the music. This is one of my favorite CDs in my collection. It will make you smile when you remember where the song was playing in the movie. Ranging form the Cowboy Junkies to Ben Folds Five, this is a must-have for anyone's CD collection."
This does not collect dust
T. Martin | texas | 12/30/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"this is one of the cds in my collection that is always being played. i wholeheartedly agree with the other reviewers who loved suzanne vega's little song. i wish it were longer, too. as well as the cowboy junkies and ben folds five and sting and al green and and and..... you get the picture."