does anyone know the name of the pop song that appears halfway through the movie un novio para mi mujer (a boyfriend for my wife) argentina from 2008?
the english translation goes something like the stars are raining down on our bedroom...its the scene where the husband and wife are dancing in the kitchen after he makes her a fruit smoothie.
I'd love to know where I could get it...anyone know the title and/or the singer?
posted by sparkle55
on May 10, 2014 -
Biggest longshot, but what the hell... The music playing in the bar/strip club in Outland (Sean Connery, 1981)? [more inside]
posted by Meatbomb
on Feb 15, 2012 -
Can you recommend movie scores that sound like the OST for Brick
? Organic and evocative, particularly like the last 5-10 seconds of that trailer. Almost like music that's been made without using traditional musical instruments. Words like jangly or handmade come to mind. Thanks!
posted by Bobby Bittman
on Sep 14, 2011 -
I watched Darjeeling Limited
/ Hotel Chevalier
a while ago and I fell in love with one of the songs featured in these movies. The song is Where do you go my lovely by Peter Sarstedt. To me it conveys sophistication, melancholy and nostalgia. What other songs from this era would I probably like?
posted by bbxx
on Nov 23, 2010 -
I need instrumental music that would work well for a kids movie soundtrack! [more inside]
posted by ictow
on Mar 23, 2010 -
Looking for more soundtracks in the same vein as The Dark Crystal; any ideas?
posted by Brocktoon
on Aug 2, 2008 -
I know, this is a long shot, but can anyone help me identify this song from Adventures in Babysitting with very few useful details? [more inside]
posted by lxs
on Feb 27, 2008 -
So, let's just assume I got an internship for this small radio station and I want to start a segment introducing listeners to great Jazz music in movies - can be both specifically written/performed for the particular movie or a song/track that existed previously and was used prominently in the movie. [more inside]
posted by waldlaeufer
on Jan 27, 2008 -
When did movie soundtracks (on LP and CD) begin mixing in snippets of dialog from the film? [more inside]
posted by monkeybutt
on Dec 29, 2007 -
Is this piece of music, used in the film 'Forget Paris', just incidental music or a well known piece of jazz? If it is well known, what is it?
(starts around 2:53) [mild expletive warning for the clip]
I bought the soundtrack, composed by Marc Shaiman, and it's not on there.
posted by Ulleskelf
on Dec 28, 2007 -
Help me identify this mystery track from my friends' mix CD, that he can't recall either. No sample available, yet! It's more than likely a movie score track. Cross between 1941
, Elfman, Zimmer, Willow
, and involves kazoos in places. [more inside]
posted by vanoakenfold
on Nov 26, 2007 -
Real music-making onscreen: Fiction movies in which actors, portraying musician characters, actually play the instruments and/or sing?
posted by lorimer
on Mar 13, 2007 -
Who plays the music on the soundtrack to the movie Godspeed you Black Emperor!
, a documentary about japanese biker gangs? IMDB has no info and copies of the DVD I've seen have no info. It sounds like Japanese surf rock, but I don't have a clue as to who it possibly could be. [more inside]
posted by destro
on Sep 8, 2006 -
Can anyone recognize this theme
(YSI mp3 extract; 1.2MB) from Manuel de Falla's El Amor Brujo? I have a strong sense that I've heard it appropriated as(or "inspired") some movie's theme, but the IMDb soundtrack search doesn't throw up anything familiar, credited to de Falla.
posted by daksya
on Jun 13, 2006 -
This has been bugging me for years; someone has to know the answer. In "The Jerk" (Steve Martin, 1979), Steve Martin's character gets out of bed to snap his fingers and dance to a song on the radio he claims "speaks" to him. What is that song, and who performed it? [more inside]
posted by sportbucket
on May 19, 2006 -
What's the music in the (International #1) trailer for The World's Fastest Indian
? It's the guitar riff that begins right after the line, "It's what we're here for"--cut to a shot of a red vehicle speeding down the Bonneville Salt Flat. It's used again after the zoom-in on Anthony Hopkins and the VO, "Burt Monro's not ready to finish yet, I'll tell you that mate." Quicktime: small
posted by fandango_matt
on Jan 5, 2006 -
Is there a good online resource for the complete list of music that appears in a given film but may or may not be included in the released soundtrack?
posted by linklog
on Dec 19, 2005 -
Looking for a link from the blue to a site that streamed the entire sound from various movies. I cant remember how long ago it was posted - but its more than 1½ yrs old. Anyone able to help?
posted by FidelDonson
on Sep 20, 2005 -