More Dirty Dancing

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More Dirty Dancing
Soundtrack album by Various artists
Released 1988
Recorded 1988
Genre Soundtrack
Length 34:19
Label RCA
Producer Michael Lloyd
John Morris
Various artists chronology
Dirty Dancing
(1987)
More Dirty Dancing
(1988)
Ultimate Dirty Dancing
(2003)

More Dirty Dancing (full title: More Dirty Dancing: More Original Music from the Hit Motion Picture) is a 1988 follow-up album released after the huge commercial success of the 1987 motion picture Dirty Dancing and 1987 its soundtrack.[1] David Handelman of Rolling Stone gave the album one star out of five, calling some of the tracks "instrumental idiocies".[1] Stephen Thomas Erlewine of AllMusic gave it two out of five stars saying that the follow-up contained "nothing more than a pleasant collection of oldies and faceless MOR adult contemporary pop".[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" (instrumental) (The John Morris Orchestra) — 0:37
  2. "Big Girls Don't Cry" (The Four Seasons) — 2:25
  3. "Merengue" (Michael Lloyd & Le Disc) — 2:16
  4. "Some Kind of Wonderful" (The Drifters) — 2:33
  5. "Johnny's Mambo" (Michael Lloyd & Le Disc) — 3:02
  6. "Do You Love Me" (The Contours) — 2:49
  7. "Love Man" (Otis Redding) — 2:14
  8. "Wipe Out" (The Surfaris) — 2:12
  9. "These Arms of Mine" (Redding) — 2:26
  10. "De Todo un Poco" (Michael Lloyd & Le Disc) — 2:27
  11. "Cry to Me" (Solomon Burke) — 2:23
  12. "Trot the Fox" (Michael Lloyd & Le Disc) — 2:04
  13. "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" (The Shirelles) — 2:39
  14. "Kellerman's Anthem" (The Emile Bergsteign Chorale) — 3:17
  15. "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" (instrumental) (The John Morris Orchestra)  — 0:55

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Handelman, David (1988-06-02), "Various Artists : More Dirty Dancing : Music Reviews", Rolling Stone, retrieved 2009-01-03 
  2. ^ Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "More Dirty Dancing > Review". AllMusic. Retrieved 2010-01-03.