Rita Coolidge, fresh from singing the Bond theme to Octopussy (“All Time High”) performed the track which appears during the closing credits, “Love Came For Me” aka The Love Theme from Splash.
Other music which is featured during the movie but not available on any soundtrack album includes "Wooly Bully" which is sung by a covers band over the opening titles, and "She Works Hard for the Money" by Donna Summer, a version of which is perfomed by a session singer during the famous Richard Simmons workout scene televised in Bloomingdales.Update Us
The following song tracks were featured in Splash
highlighted track names are linked to Soundtrack release info
Artists are linked if they appear in other featured movies.
Next Section: The Instrumental Music
Primary Composer(s): Lee Holdridge
The score music for the movie was written and conducted by Lee Holdridge and released on Cherry Lane Records in 1984. It was later re-released in 1999 by the Supertracks label (LHCD-02) for the first time on compact disc, as a promotional collector’s item. Use our search feature to try and locate a used copy.
Some of the music featured on the 1999 soundtrack promo release is not featured in the movie itself; however some of these tracks may have been created for use in the US theatrical trailer, including the dramatic "Mermaid On The Beach" and "Underwater (Version 2)".
The magical ‘underwater’ music has become synonymous with the movie and remains one of Holdridge’s finest works.Update Us
The following instrumental score tracks were featured in Splash
highlighted track names are linked to Soundtrack release info.
Composers are linked if they worked on other featured movies.
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