Love Actually

Love Actually

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Official Release Date Nov 13, 2003
Genre Movie and TV Soundtrack
Version  US
PAX-Code PAX0005491544
Item Code  0828765676021

track listing

1. The Trouble With Love Is - Kelly Clarkson
2. Here With Me - Dido
3. Sweetest Goodbye/Sunday Morning - Maroon 5
4. Turn Me On - Norah Jones
5. Take Me As I Am - Wyclef Jean
6. Songbird - Eva Cassidy
7. Wherever You Will Go - The Calling
8. Jump (For My Love) - The Pointer Sisters
9. Both Sides Now - Joni Mitchell
10. All You Need Is Love - Lynden David Hall
11. God Only Knows - The Beach Boys
12. I'll See It Through - Texas
13. Too Lost In You - Sugababes
14. Glasgow Love Theme - Craig Armstrong
15. Otis Redding - White Christmas
16. Billy Mack - Christmas Is All Around
17. Olivia Olson - All I Want For Christmas Is You


The ber-romantic comedy Love Actually has an ber-romantic comedy soundtrack to match, collecting love songs old and new as well as sassy and empowering tunes. Kelly Clarkson's "The Trouble With Love Is" manages to be romantic, sassy, and empowering all at once, with her vocals reflecting their urban ballad surroundings. An emphasis on songs from British artists, such as Sugababes' "Too Lost in You" and Texas' "I'll See It Through" keep the soundtrack from becoming too predictable. Even the older songs that appear here aren't the usual suspects, although the Beach Boys' "God Only Knows" is certainly one of the most romantic songs of the last four decades. This song, along with the Pointer Sisters' "Jump (For My Love)," are both welcome surprises. Lynden David Hall's cover of "All You Need Is Love," however, falls into most of the clich s that surround rom-com music: it's sappy, drawn out, and ends up feeling almost disrespectful of the original song. Similarly, Joni Mitchell's orchestral update of her classic ballad "Both Sides Now" ends up feeling ponderous instead of ethereally lovely. Norah Jones' "Turn Me On" and Eva Cassidy's "Songbird" are archetypal examples of the pretty, understated, slightly too polished ballads that proliferate on this kind of soundtrack. Still, Otis Redding's "White Christmas," included as a bonus track, is almost worth the price of admission. While Love Actually is actually far from a perfect collection of love songs, the soundtrack is pleasant enough that fans of the film will probably enjoy it on its own. ~ Heather Phares, Rovi

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