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5.0 out of 5 stars TRACK LISTING Feb. 18 2007
By newport55 - Published on Amazon.com
[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
5.0 out of 5 stars classic classic Jan. 12 2005
By Heather S. Leabman - Published on Amazon.com
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.
1 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Tootsie soundtrack - cd - Stephen Bishop It might be you May 3 2009
By Joseph Morris - Published on Amazon.com
Tootsie soundtrack cd

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