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The Bridges of Madison County [Original Soundtrack]

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5/9/1995

Review

Credit the film and album The Bridges of Madison County with causing a great deal of excitement about crooner Johnny Hartman, a vocalist with a silky voice that almost defies description. Hartman has seen many of his albums reissued, with rapidly rising sales, since the release of the film. This collection marks the debut of Clint Eastwood's Malpaso Records label, which Eastwood intends to focus on jazz, and it's certainly a good start, featuring songs from Hartman, Dinah Washington, Irene Kral, and Barbara Lewis, as well as two versions of "Doe Eyes," an instrumental piece composed by Eastwood and arranged/conducted by longtime Eastwood collaborator Lennie Niehaus. Overall, the album is charming, low-key, and smooth, very much a record worth getting. ~ Steven McDonald
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Doe Eyes [Love Theme from The Bridges of Madison County] 3:58
  3. 2 I'll Close My Eyes Dinah Washington 2:50
  4. 3 Easy Living Johnny Hartman 5:53
  5. 4 Blue Gardenia Dinah Washington 5:16
  6. 5 I See Your Face Before Me Johnny Hartman 4:37
  7. 6 Soft Winds 3:1
  8. 7 Baby I'm Yours Barbara Lewis 2:32
  9. 8 It's a Wonderful World 2:32
  10. 9 It Was Almost Like a Song Johnny Hartman 2:33
  11. 10 This Is Always 3:19
  12. 11 For All We Know Johnny Hartman 5:3
  13. 12 Doe Eyes (Reprise) [Love Theme from The Bridges of Madison County] 5:0

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