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The Princess And The Frog Soundtrack Review

Jul 10, 2018

The brand-new album for the brand-new full-length animated Disney movie - The Princess And The Frog (in theatres December 11, 2009) - drops on November 23, 2009. Trust us – this is no ordinary cartoon CD – it’s jammed with songs by artists you already know and love, making the disc not only a great companion to the film, but also an amazing listening experience all on its own!

Super Songs

With a mix of music ranging from mellow to upbeat, jazz, gospel, blue and more, we absolutely LOVED LOVED LOVED this soundtrack! In fact, lots of the songs featured on the album are a) reflective of the New Orleans music scene (where the movie The Princess And The Frog is based) and b) composed by Oscar-winning songwriter Randy Newman, who has also worked on movies like Monsters, Inc., Toy Story and A Bug’s Life.

Track Listing

The Princess And The Frog soundtrack features the following tracks and artists:

  • Never Knew I Needed by Ne-Yo
  • Down In New Orleans by Dr. John
  • Almost There by Anika Noni Rose (who plays Tiana in the movie)
  • Friends On The Other Side by Keith David (who plays Dr. Facilier in the movie)
  • When We’re Human by Michael Leon-Wooley (who plays Louis in the movie), Bruno Campos (who plays Prince Naveen in the movie) and Anika Noni Rose
  • Gonna Take You There by Jim Cummings (who plays Ray in the movie)
  • Ma Belle Evangeline by Jim Cummings
  • Dig A Little Deeper by Jenifer Lewis (who plays Mama Odie in the movie), featuring the Pinnacle Gospel Choir
  • Down In New Orleans (Finale) by Anika Noni Rose
  • Fairy Tale/Going Home
  • I Know This Story
  • The Frog Hunters/Gator Dawn
  • Tiana’s Bad Dream
  • Ray Laid Low
  • Ray/Mama Odie
  • This is Gonna be Good

  • Video: A look At The Music of The Princess and the Frog

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