Chef (Original Soundtrack Album)

November 6, 2014 - Comment

Jon Favreau is back in the writer/ actor /director chair with Chef, his latest concoction. It is a return to his indie roots peppered with appearances from close friends such as Robert Downey Jr., Dustin Hoffman, Scarlett Johansson and the irresistible Sofia Vergara. A road trip from Miami via New Orleans, Austin to LA, or

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Jon Favreau is back in the writer/ actor /director chair with Chef, his latest concoction. It is a return to his indie roots peppered with appearances from close friends such as Robert Downey Jr., Dustin Hoffman, Scarlett Johansson and the irresistible Sofia Vergara. A road trip from Miami via New Orleans, Austin to LA, or from Salsa to Brass Band, Country & Hip Hop.In the words of Variety’s Joe Leydon: “The eclectic mix of musical selections chosen by music supervisor Mathieu Schreyer could encourage many ticket-buyers to rush home and download the entire soundtrack.”

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  • Brand Name: WEA CORP Mfg#: 731383668623
  • Shipping Weight: 1.00 lbs
  • Manufacturer: MILAN
  • Genre: Soundtracks & Scores
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Comments

Paul Allaer says:

Outstanding soundtrack for outstanding movie “Chef: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack” (17 tracks; 73 min.) brings the songs that are featured in Jon Favreau’s excellent new movie called “Chef” (more on the movie later). As I very much enjoyed the music that is playing in the movie, and it even has a pivotal role in the movie, I made a mental note to myself to be sure to check out the soundtrack.The songs featured in this collection plays pretty much in the same order as they appear in the movie. We start off with Pete Rodriguez’s “I Like It Like That”, and the positive vibes can immediately be felt. The movie has a strong Cuban (maybe I should say American-Cuban) element to it, so there are quite a few songs that either are influenced by that sound, or are outright performed in that style. Check out Roberto Roena’s “Que Se Sepa”, and later on Gente de Zona’s “Homenaje Al Beny (Castellano Que Bueno Baila Usted)”. But the very best of them come from Perico Hernandez, whose band we see perform several songs in the…

casablanca says:

absolutely excellent 0

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