|Title:||Summer Job (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)|
|Other format:||MOD XM ADX FLAC ASF MP2 MOD|
|A1||–Ike Stubblefield||You're All The Love I Need|
|A2||–Orkestra||Hold On To Love|
|A3||–Jack Green||Sweet Lover|
|A4||–Kenny Moore||Lady Of The Night|
|A5||–Ike Stubblefield||Kathy's Theme|
|A6||–Orkestra||Some Kind Of Magic|
|B1||–Jack Green||Win Your Love|
|B2||–Ike Stubblefield||Give Me The Night|
|B3||–Orkestra||Don't Turn Away|
|B4||–Orkestra||Bring On The Dancing Girls|
|88561 1011-4||Ike Stubblefield||Summer Job (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Cass, Album)||Relativity||88561 1011-4||US||1988|
|DSRC-31053||Ike Stubblefield||Summer Job (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Cass, Comp)||Duke Street Records||DSRC-31053||Canada||1988|
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1 –Ike Stubblefield You're All The Love I Need 3:31.
Ike Stubblefield (born June 7, 1952 in Toledo, Ohio) is an American musician. Stubblefield is best known for being a modern master of the Hammond B3 organ. Getting back to his roots on Hammond B3 organ, Stubblefield performed live on stage from 1970-1975 with George Benson, .
Summer Job (1989) SoundTracks on IMDb: Memorable quotes and exchanges from movies, TV series and more. You're All the Love I Need Performed by Ike Stubblefield and Kevin Quigley Written by Ike Stubblefield and Daniel Kane. Heartbeat Performed by Ike Stubblefield and Debbie Fosten Written by Ike Stubblefield and Debbie Fosten. Give Me the Night Performed by Ike Stubblefield and Debbie Fosten Written by Ike Stubblefield and Debbie Fosten. Dance the Night Away Performed by Ike Stubblefield and Gilbert Zuniga Written by Ike Stubblefield and Gilbert Zuniga. Some Kind of Magic Performed by Orkestra Written by Kelly Groucutt, Terry Pardoe and Mik Kaminski
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Now, the entire "original motion picture soundtrack" concept has always had problems as a real entity, if not as a marketing proposition. Film scores tend to consist of short musical figures necessary to underline the differing moods in different scenes, while a purely auditory experience practically requires something more complete. So, when composers and record companies have come to construct soundtrack albums, they have often relied on newly arranged and recorded suites, or at least versions of a film's music that do not match what's on the film track scene for scene