9½ Weeks (1986) Poster



Soundtrack Credits 

The Best Is Yet To Come
Performed by Luba
Written by Graham Lyle and Terry Britten
Courtesy of Capitol Records, Inc.
Produced by Narada Michael Walden for Perfection Light Productions
This City Never Sleeps
Performed by Eurythmics
Written by Annie Lennox and David A. Stewart (as D.A. Stewart)
Courtesy of RCA Records, Ltd.
Eurasian Eyes
Performed and Written by Corey Hart
Courtesy of EMI America Records, a division of Capitol Records, Inc.
Slave to Love
Performed and Written by Bryan Ferry
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc. / EG Records, Ltd.
by arrangement with Warner Special Products
Performed and Written by Stewart Copeland
Courtesy of A&M Records, Inc.
I Do What I Do (Theme from 9 1/2 Weeks)
Produced by John Taylor / Jonathan Elias (as John Ellias) featuring Dalbello,
Michael Des Barres (as Michael DesBarres), B.J. Nelson and Michael Brecker
Written by John Taylor, Jonathan Elias (as John Ellias) and Michael Des Barres (as Michael DesBarres)
Courtesy of Capitol Records, Inc.
You Can Leave Your Hat On
Performed by Joe Cocker
Written by Randy Newman
Courtesy of Capitol Records, Inc.
Let It Go
Performed and Written by Luba
Courtesy of Capitol Records, Inc.
Love and Happiness
Performed by Al Green
Written by Al Green and Teenie Hodges
Courtesy of Cream Records
The Strayaway Child
Written by Michael Gorman
Performed by Andy Narell
Courtesy of Hip Pocket Records
Distributed by Windham Hill Records
Performed by Winston Grennan and Black Sage
Written by Winston Grennan
Strange Fruit
Performed by Billie Holiday
Written by Lewis Allan (as Lewis Allen)
Courtesy of Polygram Special Projects, a division of Polygram Records, Inc.
Ambient Music 1: Music for Airports
Performed by Brian Eno
Written by Brian Eno, Rhett Davies and Robert Wyatt
Courtesy of EG Records, Ltd.
Bread and Butter
Performed by The Newbeats
Written by Larry Parks and Jay Turnbow
Courtesy of Hickory Records
Performed and Written by Jean-Michel Jarre
Courtesy of Dreyfus Records
Performed by Roger Eno
Composed by Roger Eno and Brian Eno
Courtesy of Opal Ltd.
A Paler Sky
Composed by Roger Eno and Brian Eno

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