The Story of Us
 : The Story of Us

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Audience Rating: R (Restricted)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0093624760825
Format: Soundtrack, Import
Item Dimensions: 3550022575
Label: Reprise Records
Languages: EnglishOriginal LanguageItalianOriginal Language
Manufacturer: Reprise Records
MPN: 93624760825
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: Reprise Records
Release Date: November 23, 1999
Studio: Reprise Records

Disc 1:
  1. Main Title/(I) Get Lost - Eric Clapton
  2. A Spoon Is Just A Spoon
  3. The Girl In The Pith Helmet
  4. Fighting
  5. Empty Nest
  6. Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now - Ruby Braff & His New England Songhounds
  7. Touching Feet Under The Covers
  8. Everything I Love Is In This Bed
  9. Dry Cleaning/(I) Get Lost - Eric Clapton
  10. The Sheik Of Araby - Teddy Wilson
  11. Family Bed
  12. Busy Baby Montage
  13. Wonderful Tonight (Live Edit) - Eric Clapton
  14. Silent Drive To Camp
  15. Camp Montage
  16. Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree - The Andrews Sisters
  17. Epiphany At The Bistro
  18. I Hate The Kirbys
  19. Love In Venice
  20. Ben Takes The Apartment
  21. Writing Montage
  22. Pictures On A Wall
  23. Classical Gas - Mason Williams
  24. Let's Go To Chow Fun
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Editorial Review:
If you were scoring a romantic dramedy directed by Rob Reiner and starring Bruce Willis and Michelle Pfeiffer as a couple looking over 15 years of marriage, would you not think of Eric Clapton? Of course you would. Rob Reiner did. His pithy liner notes explain just why Clapton's laid-back, fashionably impeccable take on the modern blues matched with his smoky, everyman voice makes for the perfect backdrop as wine glasses clink and romance hangs in the balance. The instrumental work is carefully fingerpicked (and often very brief--most tracks are less than a minute), but the most eventful moment remains the opening cut, "(I) Get Lost/Main Title." A live edit of "Wonderful Tonight" from 1991 is added as a bonus, although it doesn't appear in the film. Things are rounded off by several other contributors, most notably Teddy Wilson's "The Sheik of Araby" and the Andrew Sisters' "Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree," which add a sense of old-time romance to the modern situation. --Rob O'Connor

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