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9½ Weeks™ (1986) Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Various Artists

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Original Motion Picture Soundtrack  (1986)

Nine 1/2 Weeks


9½ Weeks: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
The soundtrack also included tracks from Luba, Bryan Ferry, Dalbello, Corey Hart, Joe Cocker, Devo, Eurythmics and Stewart Copeland. Winston Grennan's reggae "Savior" as well as Jean Michel Jarre's "Arpegiator," played during the sex scene on the stairs in the rain, were not included on the record.

Audio CD
CD, Album HD 1/1
Artists: Various Artists
9½ Weeks
Format: CD, Album, Compilation, Vinyl, LP, Album
Original Release Date: 1986
Shipping Date: October 25th, 1990
Label: Capitol
Genre: Soundtrack, Electronic, Rock, Pop, Musical
© Capitol Records Ltd.

1. I Do What I Do (Theme For 9½ Weeks)  |4:01
Performed by John Taylor (Duran Duran), B.J. Nelson, Jonathan Elias, Dalbello, Michael Brecker, Michael Des Barres
Mixed by Jason Corsaro, John Taylor, Jonathan Elias
Producer & Mixed by Jason Corsaro, John Taylor, Jonathan Elias
Vocals – B.J. Nelson, Jonathan Elias, Dalbello, Michael Brecker, Michael Des Barres
Engineer: Howie Weinberg

02. The Best Is Yet To Come  |4:01
Performed by Luba (Luba Kowalchyk)
Remix: François Kevorkian
Written by Graham Lyle, Terry Britten
Producer: Narada Michael Walden
Engineer: David Frazer

3. Slave To Love  |4:23
Written & Performed by Bryan Ferry (Roxy Music)
Recorded by Rhett Davies
Mixed by Bob Clearmountain
Producer: Bryan Ferry, Rhett Davies

4. Black On Black  |3:58
Performed by Dalbello (Lisa Dal Bello)
Producer: Dalbello, Michael Beinhorn
Engineer: Lenny De Rose

5. Eurasian Eyes  |5:26
Written & Performed by Corey Hart
Producer: Corey Hart, Jon Astley, Phil Chapman
Engineer: Phil Chapman

6. You Can Leave Your Hat On  |4:14
Performed by Joe Cocker
Written by Randy Newman
Engineer (Assistant): Tom Whitlock
Producer: Richie Zito
Engineer: Brian Reeves

7. Bread And Butter  |2:25
Performed by Devo (Mark Mothersbaugh, Gerald V. Casale, Bob Mothersbaugh, Bob Casale, Alan Myers, David Kendrick, Jim Mothersbaugh)
Written by Jay Turnbow, Larry Parks
Engineer (Assistant): Clive Taylor
Producer: Devo
Engineer: Robert Casale

8. This City Never Sleeps  |6:20
Performed by Eurythmics (Annie Lennox & David Allan Stewart)
Written by Annie Lennox & David A. Stewart
Producer: David A. Stewart

9. Cannes  |3:10
Written & Performed by Stewart Copeland
Producer, Engineer: Stewart Copeland

10. Let It Go  |3:45
Written & Performed by Luba (Luba Kowalchyk)
Remix: Richard Burgess
Producer: Daniel Lanois
Engineer: Daniel Lanois, Jim Dougherty

Total Time: 41:45

| DDD | Audio CD | CBR 320 Kbps/48.1 kHz/Stereo |
| Ftle Size:  132 mb. | Pass: 9½weeks |


Executive Producer: Stephen Powers
Mastered by Wally Traugott

The main single released from the 9½ Weeks: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack was "I Do What I Do," performed by Duran Duran bassist John Taylor, giving his first solo singing performance during a hiatus in Duran Duran's career. The song reached #23 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #42 on the UK Singles Chart. Music for the score was composed by Taylor and Jonathan Elias. Original music for the movie was also written by Jack Nitzsche, but his compositions are not included on the soundtrack.

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Adrian Lyne's 9½ Weeks (1986)

9½ Weeks is a 1986 erotic drama film directed by Adrian Lyne and starring Mickey Rourke and Kim Basinger. It is based on the novel of the same name by Elizabeth McNeill.

The title of the film refers to the duration of a relationship between Wall Street arbitrageur John Gray (Mickey Rourke) and divorced SoHo art gallery employee Elizabeth McGraw (Kim Basinger). The two meet and have a volatile and somewhat kinky sex life.
They try a variety of sexual and erotic acts, such as a scene in which John titillates a blindfolded Elizabeth's body with ice; a scene in which John spoonfeeds Elizabeth various kinds of food while her eyes are closed; a scene in which Elizabeth takes off a tuxedo and fake moustache and has sex with John in a rainy alley; and Basinger's striptease to Randy Newman's "You Can Leave Your Hat On", as performed by Joe Cocker. Most of these erotic scenes were parodied or served as the inspiration for some music videos, like Sheena Easton's 1989 song "Days Like This" and Sarah Connor's 2007 "Sexual Healing".
The film details a sexual downward spiral as John pushes Elizabeth's boundaries toward her eventual emotional breakdown. He often manipulates her into getting what he wants during sex and sometimes abuses her.


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