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Havana (soundtrack)

Havana
Dave Grusin
Released December 4, 1990
Recorded 1990
Genre Stage & Screen
Length 41:36
Label GRP
Producer Dave Grusin
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Havana is the soundtrack album of the 1990 Sydney Pollack film Havana, starring Robert Redford, Lena Olin, Alan Arkin, and Daniel Davis. The original score was composed by Dave Grusin.

The score was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Score, the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score, and the Grammy Award for Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media.

Track listing

All songs written and performed by Dave Grusin except "A Los Rumberos de Belén," written by Roberto Nuñez and performed by Grupo Sierra Maestra.

  1. "Main Title" – 3:05
  2. "Night Walk" – 3:26
  3. "Cuba Libre ('Se Fue')" – 3:31
  4. "Santa Clara Suite" (I. "Vayase"; II. "Milicia y Refugios"; III. "Fuego Peligroso"; IV. "Epilogue") – 5:03
  5. "A Los Rumberos de Belén" – 3:56
  6. "Love Theme" – 3:09
  7. "Hurricane Country" – 5:01 (Dori Caymmi, vocal)
  8. "Lost in a Sweet Place" – 2:39
  9. "Mambo Lido" – 3:34
  10. "El Conuco" – 3:14
  11. "Adios Habana" – 3:07
  12. "La Academia" – 2:48

Personnel

  • Drums and percussion: Alex Acuña, Mike Fisher, Harvey Mason, Ephraim Torres
  • Bass: Brian Bromberg, Abe Laboriel
  • Piano: Claire Fisher, Dave Grusin
  • Guitar: Lee Ritenour, Ramon Stagnaro
  • Flute: Dave Valentin
  • Trumpet: Sal Marquez, Arturo Sandoval
  • Saxophone: Don Menza
  • Concertmaster: Gerry Vinci
  • "Cuba Libre ('Se Fue')" orchestrated by Greg MacRitchie; "El Conuco" and "Mambo Lido" orchestrated by George Hernandez
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