|A1||On Golden Pond (Main Theme)||3:25|
|A2||New Hampshire Hornpipe (From "On Golden Pond")||2:22|
|A3||Heaven Can Wait (Main Theme)||4:35|
|A4||An Actor's Life (Main Theme From "Tootsie")||5:07|
|A5||It Might Be You (Love Montage From "Tootsie")||5:08|
|A6||Fratelly Chase (Main Title From "The Goonies")||3:15|
|A7||The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter (Main Theme)||4:40|
|B8||Mountain Dance (Main Theme From "Folling In Love")||6:14|
|B9||Letting Go - T.J.'s Theme (From "The Champ")||2:51|
|B10||The Champ (Main Theme)||3:25|
|B11||Condor (Main Title From "Three Days Of The Condor")||4:42|
|B12||Goodbye For Kathy (Love Theme From "Three Days Of The Condor")||3:57|
|B13||Plo Camp Entrance (From "Little Drummer Girl")||2:51|
|B14||Epilogue (From "Little Drummer Girl")||3:32|
|GR-1037||Dave Grusin||Cinemagic (LP, Album)||GRP||GR-1037||US||1987|
|GRP 95472||Dave Grusin||Cinemagic (CD)||GRP||GRP 95472||Germany||1987|
|TC-GRC 1037||Dave Grusin||Cinemagic (Cass, Album)||GRP||TC-GRC 1037||Indonesia||1987|
|SZPR-032||Dave Grusin||Cinemagic (LP, Album)||GRP||SZPR-032||South Korea||1988|
|GRT-9547||Dave Grusin||Cinemagic (DAT, Album, Promo)||GRP||GRT-9547||US||1987|
Cinemagic is an album by American pianist Dave Grusin released in 1987, recorded for the GRP label. The album features Grusin's work as a film composer. All songs composed by Dave Grusin except where noted. On Golden Pond" (main theme from On Golden Pond) - 3:35. New Hampshire Hornpipe" (from On Golden Pond) - 2:22. Heaven Can Wait" (main theme from Heaven Can Wait) - 4:35. An Actor's Life" (main theme from Tootsie - 5:07.
Dave Grusin – Cinemagic. Genre: Jazz, Stage & Screen. Style: Easy Listening, Soundtrack, Theme. referencing Cinemagic, CD, Album, GRD-9547. I'm not sure why this release is listed as from Europe. The text on the back of the cover says it was printed in the . and the CD was manufactured in Japan. Reply Notify me Helpful.
Dave Grusin has achieved as much renown as a film composer as he has for his skills as a jazz keyboardist, and Cinemagic combines both of these aspects of Grusin's talent. Accompanied by no less than the London Symphony Orchestra, Grusin plays some of the themes from the long list of movies he's scored over the years. The results attest to both his ability on the ivories and his varied compositional talents, as he leads the orchestra through everything from the poignant, reflective theme for On Golden Pond to the jaunty bounce of his music for Heaven Can Wait.
By: Dave Grusin (1987, Jazz). More albums from Dave Grusin: Amparo by Dave Grusin. The Bonfire Of The Vanities by Dave Grusin. On Golden Pond (Music And Original Dialog From The Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Dave Grusin. Two Worlds by Dave Grusin. The Champ (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Dave Grusin. The Electric Horseman (Music From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Dave Grusin. The Gershwin Connection by Dave Grusin. Piano, Strings And Moonlight by Dave Grusin. View all albums . Cinemagic. By: Dave Grusin (1987, Jazz). 1. An Actor’s Life (Main Theme From Tootsie ).
Harry Rabinowitz & Dave Grusin. 5. It Might Be You. Dave Grusin. The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter (1987 Cinemagic Version). Harry Rabinowitz & Dave Grusin.
Cinemagic (Dave Grusin album). Cinemagic is an album by American pianist Dave Grusin released in 1987, recorded for the GRP label.
New Hampshire Hornpipe, 02:22. Heaven Can Wait, 04:35. Two Worlds is a classical music album by jazz musicians Lee Ritenour and Dave Grusin. Guests include Renée Fleming, Gil Shaham, and Julian Lloyd Webber. Track listing - Concerto in A Minor for Four Keyboards and Strings, BWV 1065: Movement 1, . Bach - Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5: Ari. mage: Two Worlds (Lee Ritenour and Dave Grusin album cover art). Havana is an album by American pianist Dave Grusin released in 1990, recorded for the GRP label. This album is a soundtrack to the film Havana, directed by Sidney Pollack