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sound recording on a narrow strip of a motion picture film

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The 1987 film "Dirty Dancing" is not only a classic but also has one of the most beloved soundtracks of all time.
com) with 23 years of producing and airing successful infomercials and commercials announced today it will begin to offer advertising packages on the Soundtrack Channel for products that have existing commercials/infomercials.
A video game's soundtrack was barely considered, often tacked on by a programmer rather than a composer.
Think of some of Norman McLaren's best moments, particularly from Begone Dull Care (made with Evelyn Lambart in 1949) or Blinkity Blank (1955), add an astonishing hand-drawn soundtrack, and you can start to imagine the experience of watching Reeves's films.
Along with these vocal tracks, used ironically in the scathingly satirical film, the soundtrack includes excerpts from Thomas Newman's score.
One early clue that the ``Best Laid Plans'' soundtrack would be worth hearing is the track listing that includes composer Craig Armstrong, among the first artists signed to Massive Attack's label, Melankolic.
Loosely based around water themes in Japanese-influenced music, it's the soundtrack for a tea ceremony of your own.
Doing these soundtracks gives you an opportunity to mark music that's really good but not widely known.
Manchester trip-hop duo Lamb draw upon jazz, soundtracks, hip-hop drums and spacey atmospherics to produce what they call ``future be-bop.
Among soundtracks, the r&b hit ``Waiting to Exhale'' was voted top album.