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Phenomenon

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1996

Review

Designed for adult contemporary listeners, the soundtrack to the John Travolta movie Phenomenon has a cross-section of singer/songwriters, mellow blues, and synthesized soul-inflected pop. Out of all the contributors -- which include such heavy hitters as Peter Gabriel, Bryan Ferry, John Hiatt, J.J. Cale, Taj Mahal, and a duet between Aaron Neville and Robbie Robertson -- the standout track is "Change the World," a song Babyface wrote and produced for Eric Clapton. The two musicians work surprisingly well together, creating a laid-back, soulful number that is quietly seductive. Nothing on the album works quite as well, but it is a pleasant listen, if not a particularly memorable one. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Change the World Eric Clapton 3:53
  3. 2 Dance with Life [the Brillant Light] Bryan Ferry 6:9
  4. 3 Crazy Love Aaron Neville 4:25
  5. 4 Corinna Taj Mahal 2:56
  6. 5 Have a Little Faith in Me Jewel 4:18
  7. 6 I Have the Touch Peter Gabriel 5:23
  8. 7 Piece of Clay Marvin Gaye 5:8
  9. 8 Para Donde Vas (Where Are You Going) The Iguanas 3:15
  10. 9 Misty Blue Dorothy Moore 3:35
  11. 10 A Thing Going On J.J. Cale 2:35
  12. 11 The Orchard Thomas Newman 2:30

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