When Harry Met Sally... [Music from the Motion Picture]

When Harry Met Sally... [Music from the Motion Picture]

by Harry Connick Jr.


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It took a soundtrack project to make the career of singer/pianist Harry Connick Jr. The identity problems that had plagued his earlier recordings -- is he primarily a pianist who sometimes sings or vice versa? -- were finally ironed out on a movie tie-in that placed Connick's retro-smoothie singing front and center. The handful of piano features on this recording, including "Autumn in New York" and "Winter Wonderland," were presented as pleasant diversions from the main event. Connick's easy-on-the-ears versions of such chestnuts as "Our Love Is Here to Stay," "It Had to Be You," and "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off" displayed his careful study of such important vocal stylists as Frank Sinatra and Bobby Darin. As the film "When Harry Met Sally" itself proved, romance never goes out of style, and with Connick, a whole new generation looking for a vocal icon to sing sweet nothings finally had a high-style crooner to call their very own.

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Release Date: 07/25/1989
Label: Sbme Special Mkts.
UPC: 0886977394225
catalogNumber: 773942
Rank: 250

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When Harry Met Sally 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
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He has absolutely no range in his voice. If you like a single tone, get this. I'll listen to Ella Fitzgerald, Dinah Washington, Sarah Vaughan or Frank Sinatra sing these songs. They have voices with great range.
JoanneS More than 1 year ago
When people want to listen to a SOUND TRACK, that's what they want - the sound track from the movie. Not somebody's monotone voice singing the songs. We want the original recordings. This was SO disappointing. Yuck.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed the CD very much. The songs flowed together. The instrumentals were incredible and fun to listen to. I can't believe Harry Connick, Jr., originally performed this CD at such a young age. Fans of this genre and the movie will love the CD.
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