The soundtrack includes the massive hit "(Now I've had the) Time of my life" and has always been readily available on CD. A second CD called "More Dirty Dancing" has been available too with more of the 60's tracks on it.
Recently though, a special remastered 2 CD collectors edition has been released with loads more music including both of the above CD's, the score and a never heard before full length version of "Time of my life" which is awesome and nearly 8 minutes long.
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The following song tracks were featured in Dirty Dancing
:Track names in Bold are linked to a Soundtrack release.Be My Baby - The RonettesWhere Are You Tonight? - Tom JohnstonStay - Maurice Williams & The ZodiacsHungry Eyes - Eric CarmenOverload - ZappacostaHey Baby - Bruce ChannelLove Is Strange - Mickey & SylviaYou Don't Own Me - The Blow MonkeysYes - Merry ClaytonIn The Still Of The Night - The Five SatinsShe's Like The Wind - Patrick Swayze(I've Had) The Time Of My Life - Bill Medley/Jennifer WarnesBig Girls Don't Cry - Frankie Valli & The Four SeasonsMerengue - Michael Lloyd & Le DiscSome Kind Of Wonderful - The DriftersJohnny's Mambo - Michael Lloyd & Le DiscDo You Love Me - The ContoursLove Man - Otis ReddingWipeout - The SurfarisThese Arms Of Mine - Otis ReddingDe Todo Un Poco - Michael Lloyd & Le DiscCry To Me - Solomon BurkeTrot The Fox - Michael Lloyd & Le DiscWill You Love Me Tomorrow - The ShirellesKellerman's Anthem - The Emile Bergstein ChoraleLover boy - Mickey & SylviaHula Hana of Kamana Whala Hula Bay - Jane BruckerAre We Missing Any?Song Trivia
Sylvia Robinson who wrote and performed the song "Love is Strange" from the soundtrack is, in fact, 'Sylvia' of Mickey and Sylvia fame, the founder of the 'Sugarhill' record label - her label went on to produce the likes of Grandmaster Flash, Melle Mel and the Sugarhill Gang in the early '80s (a bit different to her outing with Mickey!) -Thanks to Becky Parsons
The last dance scene was, in reality, the first one they filmed and they used a demo version of "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" because the final version wasn't finished yet. Swayze loved the song and said it helped build real chemistry on the set. You can hear this version in some of the extra materials available on the DVD/Blu-ray. -Thanks to harrydeforest
Patrick Swayze actually wrote the song "She's Like the Wind" for "Grandview USA" in which he starred with Jamie Lee Curtis and C. Thomas Howell. -Thanks to EricaAdd some more trivia about the songs used in Dirty Dancing
Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey...