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The Big Chill - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack - DXL1 3290 - (Condition 85-90%) - Cover Colour Photostate - LP Record
The Big Chill - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack - DXL1 3290 - (Condition 85-90%) - Cover Colour Photostate - LP Record
The Big Chill - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack - DXL1 3290 - (Condition 85-90%) - Cover Colour Photostate - LP Record
The Big Chill - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack - DXL1 3290 - (Condition 85-90%) - Cover Colour Photostate - LP Record
The Big Chill - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack - DXL1 3290 - (Condition 85-90%) - Cover Colour Photostate - LP Record
The Big Chill - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack - DXL1 3290 - (Condition 85-90%) - Cover Colour Photostate - LP Record
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The Big Chill - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack - DXL1 3290 - (Condition 85-90%) - Cover Colour Photostate - LP Record

The Big Chill is a 1983 American comedy-drama film directed by Lawrence Kasdan, starring Tom Berenger, Glenn Close, Jeff Goldblum, William Hurt, Kevin Kline, Mary Kay Place, Meg Tilly, and JoBeth Williams. The plot focuses on a group of baby boomers who attended the University of Michigan, reuniting after 15 years when their friend Alex commits suicide. Kevin Costner was cast as Alex, but all scenes showing his face were cut. It was filmed in Beaufort, South Carolina. The soundtrack features soul, R&B, and pop-rock music from the 1960s and 1970s, including tracks by Creedence Clearwater Revival, Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye, The Temptations, The Rolling Stones, and Three Dog Night. The Big Chill was adapted for television as the short-lived 1985 CBS series Hometown. Later, it influenced the TV series thirtysomething. Harold Cooper is bathing his young son when his wife, Sarah, receives a phone call at their Richmond home telling her that their friend, Alex, has committed suicide. At the funeral, Harold and Sarah are reunited with college friends from the University of Michigan. They include Sam, a television actor; Meg, a real estate attorney in Atlanta; Michael, a journalist for People; Nick, a Vietnam War veteran and former radio host; Karen, a housewife from suburban Detroit who's unhappy in her marriage to her advertising executive husband, Richard. Also present is Chloe, Alex's younger girlfriend. After the burial, everyone goes to Harold and Sarah's vacation house, where they stay for the weekend. During the first night, a bat flies into the attic while Meg and Nick are getting reacquainted. Sam later finds Nick watching television, and they briefly talk about Karen. They go into the kitchen and find Richard making a sandwich, and the three have a discussion about responsibility and adulthood. Richard states, "Nobody said it was going to be fun. At least, nobody said it to me." The next morning Harold and Nick go jogging. Harold tells Nick that his company is about to be bought out by a large corporation, and he's going to be rich. Harold confides in Nick that Sarah and Alex had an affair five years earlier. Nick comforts him by saying, "She didn't marry Alex." Richard returns home to look after his kids, but Karen decides to stay in South Carolina for the weekend. Nick, Harold, Michael, and Chloe go for a drive, while Sam and Karen go shopping. Meg reveals to Sarah that she wants to have a child, and that she is going to ask Sam to be the father, knowing that Nick can't. Out in the country, Harold listens to Michael's plans to buy a nightclub. Chloe takes Nick to the abandoned house that she and Alex were going to renovate. She tells him that he reminds her of Alex, to which Nick replies, "I ain't him." During dinner, Sarah starts tearing up over Alex as the group talks about him. Harold puts a record on the stereo, and everyone dances while cleaning up. While the others sit around and smoke marijuana, Meg asks Sam to father her baby, but he declines. The next morning Nick, Sam, and Harold go jogging, and the subject of Alex's suicide comes up again. Harold's surprise arrives: sneakers for everyone to wear during the upcoming Michigan football game. The group, minus Nick, watches the game on TV, while Sarah tells Karen about her brief affair with Alex and how it affected their friendship. During the game, Michael offers to father Meg's child, alluding to the fact that they had sex in college. At halftime, Chloe, Sam, Harold, and Michael go outside to play touch football. Nick returns, followed by a police car. The officer says that Nick ran a red light, but says that he will drop the charges if Sam would hop into Nick's Porsche 911 as his TV character, J. T. Lancer, always does. Sam is unsuccessful and hurts himself, but the officer drops the charges anyway. Karen later tells Sam that she loves him, wants to leave Richard and live with Sam and her two sons. When they kiss, Sam pulls away and tells Karen not to leave Richard. He confesses that it was "boredom" that caused his own marriage to fail, and he doesn't want her to make the same mistake. Karen feels misled and storms into the house. Harold is on the phone with his daughter, Molly, and lets Meg talk to her. Observing their interaction on the phone, Sarah decides to let Harold impregnate Meg, but does not tell him yet. The group once again discusses Alex. Nick says, "Alex died for most of us a long time ago," but Sam disagrees and leaves. Karen follows him, and the two have sex outside. Sarah tells Harold about Meg's situation, while Chloe and Nick go to bed together. Meg and Harold then have sex, while Michael and Sarah jokingly interview each other with a video camera. In the morning while Karen is packing, she tells Sam that she has decided to stay with Richard. At breakfast, Harold reveals that Nick and Chloe will be staying for a while so they can renovate the old abandoned house. Sam and Nick then make up from their argument the night before. Nick gives Michael an old clipping of an article he had written about Alex. Michael states, tongue in cheek, "Sarah, Harold. We took a secret vote. We're not leaving. We're never leaving," and they all laugh.

Record Details

Title

The Big Chill - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack - DXL1 3290

Artist

Marvin Gaye, The Temptations, The Rascals, Three Dog Night, The Temptations, Aretha Franklin, Procol Harum, The Exciters, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles

Star Cast

Tom Berenger, Glenn Close, Jeff Goldblum, William Hurt, Kevin Kline, Mary Kay Place, Meg Tilly, JoBeth Williams, Don Galloway, James Gillis & Ken Place

Director

Lawrence Kasdan

Producer

Michael Shamberg

Lyric

Lawrence Kasdan & Barbara Benedek

Music

Bill Conti

Releasing Year

1983

Genre

Original Soundtrack

Language

English

Label

Motown

Made In

India

Manufacture

Music India Ltd

Serial No

SFLP 1061

Side One

  • I Heard It Through The Grapevine
  • My Girl
  • Good Lovin'
  • The Tracks Of My Tears
  • Joy To The World

Side Two

  • Ain't Too Proud To Beg
  • (You Make Me Feel Like A) Natural Woman
  • I Second That Emotion
  • A Whiter Shade Of Pale
  • Tell Him

Specification

Size

12 Inches

Speed

33 RPM

Record Condition

85-90%

Cover Condition

Excellent (Colour Photostate)

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Artist
Artist - 1Marvin Gaye
Artist - 2The Temptations
Artist - 3The Rascals
Artist - 4Three Dog Night
Artist - 5The Temptations
Artist - 6Aretha Franklin
Artist - 7Procol Harum
Artist - 8The Exciters
Artist - 9Smokey Robinson
Artist - 10The Miracles
Director
Director - 1Lawrence Kasdan
Lyrics
Lyrics - 1Lawrence Kasdan
Lyrics - 2Barbara Benedek
Music
Music - 1Bill Conti
Producer
Producer - 1Michael Shamberg
Record Details
GenreOriginal Soundtrack
LabelMotown
LanguageEnglish
Releasing Year1983
Size12 Inches
Speed33 RPM
Songs
Side1 - Song1I Heard It Through The Grapevine
Side1 - Song2My Girl
Side1 - Song3Good Lovin'
Side1 - Song4The Tracks Of My Tears
Side1 - Song5Joy To The World
Side2 - Song1Ain't Too Proud To Beg
Side2 - Song2(You Make Me Feel Like A) Natural Woman
Side2 - Song3I Second That Emotion
Side2 - Song4A Whiter Shade Of Pale
Side2 - Song5Tell Him
Star
Star - 1Tom Berenger
Star - 2Glenn Close
Star - 3Jeff Goldblum
Star - 4William Hurt
Star - 5Kevin Kline
Star - 6Mary Kay Place
Star - 7Meg Tilly
Star - 8JoBeth Williams
Star - 9Don Galloway
Star - 10James Gillis
Star - 11Ken Place