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Soundtrack Review
"Serendipity - Music From The Miramax Motion Picture"

"Serendipity" Soundtrack
on CD
Guide Rating -  
Pros  •  Louis Armstrong's "Cool Yule"
•  Wonderful mix of artists and romantic tunes
•  The songs leave you feeling warm and fuzzy
Cons  •  CD doesn't include the David Gray song, "Babylon"
The Bottom Line - If you loved the film, you'll want to own the soundtrack - the movie and the music fit hand-in-glove.

Product Description
•  13 total tracks
•  Artists include David Gray, Shawn Colvin, Louis Armstrong, and Annie Lennox
•  Release date: October 2, 2001
"Serendipity - Music From The Miramax Motion Picture" Soundtrack Review/Recommendation
The film was an engaging tale of love and destiny, starring two attractive, talented stars - John Cusack and Kate Beckinsale. Jonathan (Cusack) and Sara (Beckinsale) meet by accident and are immediately attracted to one another. Sara's strong belief in fate guides their subsequent actions, causing them to part without exchanging phone numbers or other personal info. Never far from each other's thoughts, months later they search for each other to determine their joint destiny.

"Serendipity's" soundtrack is a marvelous collection of new songs, familiar favorites, and classic Louis Armstrong. Running the gamut from pop to blues to jazzy tunes, the music perfectly suits the movie while standing on its own as an endearingly romantic CD.

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