Cocktail Soundtrack

Cocktail Soundtrack

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An eclectic mix of new n' old make this a classic soundtrack, opening with Starship's "Wild Again" (not a patch on "Waiting For A Star To Fall") it picks up about half way with the GA Satellites bar anthem "Hippy Hippy Shake" and Bobby McFerrin's smooth classic "Don't Worry, Be Happy".

The Beach Boys steal the album with "Kokomo", whilst John Cougar Mellancamp revives the 80's almost as well as Kenny Loggins. Later on, Ry Cooder does a passable cover of "All Shook Up" (although Ricky Van Shelton would've done it better). This sets us up for the closing track, and old time rock n' roll hit: "Tutti Frutti" by Little Richard. Like the movie, this is a light, but pretty good album -and hey: it'll sound even better if you're sober...Update Us

The following song tracks were featured in Cocktail

highlighted track names are linked to Soundtrack release info
Artists are linked if they appear in other featured movies.

Robbie Nevil
The Georgia Satellites
John Mellencamp
Ry Cooder, John Mellencamp
Preston Smith
This Magic Moment
Leroy Gibbons
Shelter Of Your Love
Chantilly Lace
The Big Bopper
Addicted to Love
When Will I Be Loved
That Hypnotizin' Boogie
David Wilcox
Essential Sensual
Wayne Roland Brown
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Thanks to Marcelo from Sydney
Did you know that the feature song 'Kokomo' from the Beach Boys, is actually about a real place. As the song says, "off the Florida Keys, there's a place called Kokomo", it is a bar in a resort called The Holiday Isle in Isla Morada. So get there fast and then take it slow, way down in Kokomo.

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Instrumental Score

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