|Title:||Original Soundtrack Album Working Girl|
|Category:||Electronic / Pop|
|Other format:||APE RA AUD AHX ASF MP1 MPC|
|A1||–Carly Simon||Let The River Run||3:40|
|A2||–Carly Simon||In Love (Instrumental)||3:55|
|A3||–Rob Mounsey, George Young , Chip Jackson, Grady Tate||The Man That Got Away (Instrumental)||2:48|
|A4||–Carly Simon||The Scar (Instrumental)||1:22|
|A5||–The St. Thomas Choir Of Men And Boys||Let The River Run||3:01|
|B1||–Chris De Burgh||Lady In Red||4:16|
|B2||–Carly Simon||Carlotta's Heart||4:18|
|B3||–Carly Simon||Looking Through Katherine's House||2:07|
|B3||–Sonny Rollins||Poor Butterfly (Instrumental)||6:04|
|B5||–Pointer Sisters||I'm So Excited
Lead Vocals – Anita PointerPiano – John BarnesProducer – Richard Perry
|AL8593||Various Featuring Music By Carly Simon||Various Featuring Music By Carly Simon - Original Soundtrack Album Working Girl (LP, Comp)||Arista||AL8593||US||1989|
|ARCD-8593||Various||Working Girl - Original Soundtrack Album (CD, Comp)||Arista||ARCD-8593||US||1989|
|AC-8593||Various||Working Girl (Original Soundtrack Album) (Cass, Comp, Dol)||Arista||AC-8593||US||1989|
|150 8003||Various Featuring Music By Carly Simon||Various Featuring Music By Carly Simon - Original Soundtrack Album Working Girl (LP, Comp)||Arista||150 8003||Brazil||1989|
|36 381 2||Various Featuring Music By Carly Simon||Various Featuring Music By Carly Simon - "Working Girl" Original Soundtrack Album (LP, Comp, Club)||Arista||36 381 2||UK & Europe||1989|
Working Girl (Original Soundtrack Album) Tracklist. The Man That Got Away. Let The River Run (With Choir).
Working Girl (Original Soundtrack Album). Working Girl (Original Soundtrack Album) is the soundtrack to the 1988 Oscar-winning hit film Working Girl. The film's main theme, "Let the River Run", was written and performed by American singer-songwriter Carly Simon. The film's additional soundtrack was scored by Simon and Rob Mounsey.
Let The River Run Producer – Carly Simon, Rob MounseyWritten-By – Carly Simon. In Love (Instrumental) Producer – Carly SimonWritten-By – Carly Simon. Rob Mounsey, George A3Young, Chip Jackson, Grady Tate
The Working Girl soundtrack also contains a choral version of the track featuring The St. Thomas Choir of Men and Boys of New York City. The album peaked at on the Billboard 200. Sheet Music Title: Let The River Run Sheet Music Carly Simon. Instrument: Piano Sheet Music, Chords, vocal, Guitar Chords. Original Published Key: A Major. Metronome: 72. Author: Carly Simon. From the Album: Working Girl (Original Soundtrack Album).
Carly Simon chronology. Greatest Hits Live (1988). Working Girl (Original Soundtrack Album) (1989). Singles from Working Girl (Original Soundtrack Album). Let the River Run" Released: 1989. The discography of Carly Simon, an American singer-songwriter, musician, and children's author, consists of 23 studio albums, one live album, nine compilation albums, two holiday albums, four soundtrack albums, and 41 singles, on Elektra Records, Warner Bros. Records, Epic Records, Arista Records, Rhino Entertainment, Columbia Records, Hear Music, and Iris Records, with special releases on Qwest Records, Angel Records, and Walt Disney Records. These lists include all live and studio albums, and the motion picture soundtracks list includes albums containing more than 50% of music by Simon.
Working Girl (album). Working Girl (Original Soundtrack Album). Simon became the first artist in history to win a Grammy Award, an Academy Award, and a Golden Globe Award for a song both written and performed entirely by a single artist. The album peaked at No. 45 on the Billboard 200, and the single "Let the River Run" reached peak positions of No. 49 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 11 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart in early 1989. Simon received three awards, from four nominations, for her song "Let The River Ru. Track listing.
Carly Simon (February 1971). Anticipation (November 1971). You may also love the Original Album Series box set. This 5 disc box set includes Carly's first five studio albums.
Even if Carly Simon had never recorded a single song beyond her time on Elektra and Warner Brothers in the ‘70s and early ‘80s, she’d likely still be on most music fans’ radar, as it’s that era which not only served to define her sound but also provided her with her most substantial chart success. Unfortunately, as it was recorded for the soundtrack of The Spy Who Loved Me, Nobody Does It Better is not actually part of this set, so we’re sorry that we just sent the tune running through your head. Clearly, we are not the best. as the classic duets Simon performed with then-husband James Taylor, Mockingbird and Devoted to You.