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Comments about the soundtrack for Romancing the Stone: (Alan Silvestri)
Romancing the Stone Soundtrack

Janet Kavanaugh
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Alice Keymer
Romancing the Stone Soundtrack   Thursday, September 11, 2003 (10:49 a.m.) 

There is no more romantic scene portrayed on film than when walking home with groceries, Joan notices a sailboat in front of her apartment door. And then for the man of her dreams to search far and wide for her and come to claim her heart, while such melodic sounds from a saxophone caress the heart and soul of all that watch.

Another is when the two are dancing at the festival and as they dance they become the only two people that their senses are aware of.

I have tried since 2002 to locate this sound track and now I have found it. I will purchase one to play to my hearts content and another to keep as my prized possession.

IF you havenít guessed, Romancing the Stone is my favorite movie because the soundtrack is so well written to enhance the story line.


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Mike
Re: Romancing the Stone Soundtrack   Wednesday, July 26, 2006 (3:23 p.m.) 

You are right Janet, it is a great soundtrack. It's shame a lot of other people don't feel the same way. However it sold out quicker than Big and Magic so therefore it proves it is better. TYou have good taste.

> There is no more romantic scene portrayed on film than when walking home
> with groceries, Joan notices a sailboat in front of her apartment door.
> And then for the man of her dreams to search far and wide for her and come
> to claim her heart, while such melodic sounds from a saxophone caress the
> heart and soul of all that watch.

> Another is when the two are dancing at the festival and as they dance they
> become the only two people that their senses are aware of.

> I have tried since 2002 to locate this sound track and now I have found
> it. I will purchase one to play to my hearts content and another to keep
> as my prized possession.

> IF you havenít guessed, Romancing the Stone is my favorite movie because
> the soundtrack is so well written to enhance the story line.


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Mike
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Alice Keymer
Re: Romancing the Stone Soundtrack   Thursday, January 29, 2009 (7:13 p.m.) 

What is the song title when they are dancing together? Or the artist?

Id really appreciate it

Thank You!



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