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Windows Media - Tarzan - Phil Collins, Mark Mancina
Album Information
Album Tarzan
Artist Phil Collins, Mark Mancina
Year 1999
Genre Soundtrack
Contributor Zack

Request Buy # Track Listing Length Played
No Link 01 Two Worlds
Phil Collins
3:17 99
No Link 02 You'll Be In My Heart
Phil Collins
1:33 49
No Link 03 Son Of Man
Phil Collins
2:42 100
No Link 04 Trashin' The Camp
Phil Collins
2:14 64
No Link 05 Strangers Like Me
Phil Collins
2:58 80
No Link 06 Two Worlds Reprise
Phil Collins
0:49 11
No Link 07 Trashin' The Camp (Phil & 'n Sync Version)
Phil Collins
2:20 67
No Link 08 You'll Be In My Heart (Phil Version)
Phil Collins
4:15 85
No Link 09 Two Worlds
Phil Collins
2:39 22
No Link 10 A Wondrous Place
Mark Mancina
5:14 30
No Link 11 Moves Like An Ape, Looks Like A Man
Mark Mancina
2:54 21
No Link 12 The Gorillas
Mark Mancina
4:24 27
No Link 13 One Family
Mark Mancina
3:43 51
No Link 14 Two Worlds Finale
Phil Collins
1:14 27

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1 review done for this album.

The Ape-Man goes Adult Contemporary
By: LadyInque
Date: 8 Feb 2011
Another bifurcated Disney soundtrack here, with the songs on one side and the score on the other. For Tarzan, the filmmakers decided to eschew their popular Broadway-musical-style score and singing animals. I seem to remember this was done to attract a more adult audience. So it’s not a surprise that the songs were written and performed by Mr. Lite FM himself, Phil Collins. Actually, the songs are pretty good, if you can get past the cliché-ridden lyrics. The first words we hear are, “Put your faith in what you most believe in.” Seriously? Tautologies aside, the opening number, “Two Worlds” sets the tone for the rest of the movie and the two reprises of the song: sentiment, exoticism, danger, family. “Son of Man” is my favorite because it’s the most fun. I always remember the shot of gorillas walking in rhythm to the last refrain. “Trashin’ the Camp” was written so that Rosie O’Donnell could get a number. It’s a combination of scat (vocal, not gorilla) and “found object” percussion that accompanies, well, trashin’ a camp. The Phil Collins version, later on the album, is a more straight-up song. Personally, I’ve never understood the appeal of “You’ll be in my Heart.” I find the melody mawkish and the triteness of the lyrics really grating.

The score was written by Mark Mancina. It uses the usual tricks for scoring action that takes place in a jungle, like exotic woodwinds and steady drums. “A Wondrous Place” is what it sounds like, putting the breathless mystery of the jungle into music. “One Family” largely uses the melody from “You’ll be in my Heart.” The most interesting score track, in my opinion, is “The Gorillas,” which includes the music from the action finale.

Request: “Two Worlds” “Two Worlds Finale” “The Gorillas.”
Avoid: I’ve made my feelings about “You’ll be in my Heart” clear; yours may well vary. The version from the film is far more understated than the radio version Phil recorded solo.

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