Love Jones
- Original Soundtrack

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Track Listing

1 Brother To The Night (A Blues For Nina): Darius' Poem
2 Hopeless
3 Sweetest Thing, The - (featuring Lauryn Hill)
4 I Got A Love Jones For You
5 Sumthin' Sumthin': Mellosmoothe [Cut]
6 Never Enough
7 Inside My Love
8 In The Rain
9 You Move Me
10 Rush Over
11 I Like It
12 Girl
13 Can't Get Enough
14 Jelly, Jelly Blues
15 In A Sentimental Mood
16 Lyric: I Am Looking At Music: Nina's Poem

Featured Artist: Lauryn Hill

Genre: R&B
  • Genre: Soundtracks & Scores
  • Release Date: March 1997
  • Label: BMG (distributor)
  • Format: CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Audio Format: Stereo
Music Reviews

Editorial Reviews

Entertainment Weekly (3/14/97, p.81) - "Not since TRAINSPOTTING has a film's soundtrack so successfully captured its mood. True romance blooms in the movie 'Love Jones,' and you can practically feel the longing in the hearts of Maxwell and the Fugees' Lauryn Hill as they smolder through their R&B..."

- Rating: B

JazzTimes (8/97, p.73) - "...creating an intoxicating urban soundscape that succeeds without brand-name have an example of what urban radio would sound like if it ever got its priorities straight. And one of the year's best soundtracks."

Vibe (5/97, p.114) - "...'Bout time a soundtrack was rooted in its parent film, with both telling an intelligent story of two folks determined to stand in love..."

The Source (5/97, p.140) - "...The soundtrack to LOVE JONES...tosses in some more traditional jazz elements for good measure--making for an album that yields several hot moments amidst the usual smattering of mixed bag compilation blues..."

Rap Pages (6/97, p.88) - "...LOVE JONES is the best Hip-Hop genre Black film soundtrack since the now-legendary BOOMERANG....bids farewell to the days of the bump-n-grind R&B quickie shit. R&B should be as creative as Hip-Hop..."

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