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You, Me and Dupree
     

You, Me and Dupree

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You, Me and Dupree is an eclectic, bordering on scattered, set of songs united by its freewheeling, playful feel. From Marcos Valle's "Os Grilos (Crickets Sing for Anamaria)" to the Staple Singers' "Got to Be Some Changes Made," there's a good-natured quirkiness evident throughout.

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You, Me and Dupree is an eclectic, bordering on scattered, set of songs united by its freewheeling, playful feel. From Marcos Valle's "Os Grilos (Crickets Sing for Anamaria)" to the Staple Singers' "Got to Be Some Changes Made," there's a good-natured quirkiness evident throughout. Tone-Loc's "Funky Cold Medina" and Young MC's "Bust a Move" sound as bachelor party-ready as ever, while the 88's "All Cause of You" and Blind Melon's "Three Is a Magic Number" hint at the film's under-the-surface sweetness. Even though there isn't much holding these songs together besides goofy charm, that's enough to make You, Me and Dupree an entertaining listen in its own right.

Product Details

Release Date:
07/18/2006
Label:
Lakeshore Records
UPC:
0780163387421
catalogNumber:
33874
Rank:
262854

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Album Credits

Technical Credits

Willy DeVille   Composer
Kevin Raleigh   Composer
Lowell George   Composer
Leroy Crume   Composer
Marcos Valle   Composer
Randall Poster   Soundtrack Executive Producer
Pizzaman   Composer
Matt Dike   Composer
Marvin Young   Composer
Paulo Sérgio Valle   Composer
Skip Williamson   Soundtrack Executive Producer
David Buntz   Direction
Keith Slettedahl   Composer
Brian McNelis   Soundtrack Executive Producer
Owen Wilson   Soundtrack Executive Producer
Stephanie Mente   Art Direction

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You, Me and Dupree 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This soundtrack offers a lot of fun songs. I originally wanted it for the Michael Stanley Bands' He Can't Love You, one of my favorites from the 80's, but soon found that I like the entire CD, esp. Funky Poodle and Bust a Move.