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Comment: 100% Authentic!! Shipping to: Worldwide!! Unless you are satisfied with our items and services, we're going to return and refund. We will make our best to improve our services. We are going to ship from Japan, the delivery time is about 12 -19days(SAL:Standard) or 7-10days(EMS:Expedited). EMS has transport insurance and tracking code. All the DVDs we handle are the region code 2 in NTSC format. The Blu-ray region code is A. The voltage is Japanese. To use it outside of Japan, you may need a voltage transformer. Game, Book, CD, DVD : Please contact us about accessories. (OBI, Booklet, Supplements, Privelege Extras). Game product does not come with the box or the instructions. But there is "No Problem Playing". There are only small signs of wear and it is in VERY GOOD Condition!!(^^ô 0[Fb25pb]
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
TRACK LISTING Feb. 18 2007
By newport55 - Published on
[1]. It Might Be You (Theme from "Tootsie") (04:12) - Stephen Bishop

[2]. An Actor's Life (Main Title) (04:33) - Dave Grusin

[3]. Metamorphosis Blues (It Might Be You) - Instrumental (04:05) - Dave Grusin

[4]. Don't Let It Get You Down (03:54) - Dave Grusin

[5]. Montage Pastorale (It Might Be You) (03:24) - Stephen Bishop

[6]. Tootsie (04:15) - Stephen Bishop

[7]. Working Girl March (03:51) - Dave Grusin

[8]. Sandy's Song (04:21) - Dave Grusin

[9]. Out of the Rain (03:58) - Dave Grusin

[10]. Media Zap (Tootsie Vocal) (02:20) - Stephen Bishop
20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
classic classic Jan. 12 2005
By Heather S. Leabman - Published on
Why is this soundtrack so hard to procure? "Tootsie" is a genuine classic, Hoffman was robbed of a well-deserved Oscar and the entire film wraps up the eightes as a decade with women vs. men, role-playing, role stereotypes, and the gradual assertion of women - most of all the respect towards women - which Michael Dorsey can only come to after he has lived as one. Now onto the music: if any lyric can make you cry, Stephen Bishop's "It Might Be You" does. If you're older and unmarried without children, it is a wistful and indellible song. "Tootsie" is only heard partially in the film as Michael dresses as Dorothy for the first morning's taping at Southwest General. What a blast! Sure, some of the instrumental score is a bit dated, but if we date everything, we'll never have any classics to fall back upon. "An Actor's Life" sums it all up. If you're a Tootsie devotee', buy the soundtrack. Worth every penny.
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Tootsie soundtrack - cd - Stephen Bishop It might be you May 3 2009
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