Lakeshore Records will release the official soundtrack album for the romantic drama Sylvie’s Love. The album features the film’s original music composed by Fabrice Lecomte. Also included are the songs Quizás, Quizás, Quizás performed by Eva Longoria and Waltz For Debby performed by Samantha Sidley. The soundtrack will be released digitally tomorrow, December 23 and is now available for pre-order on Amazon. Sylvie’s Love is written and directed by Eugene Ashe and stars Tessa Thompson, Nnamdi Asomugha, Aja Naomi King, Eva Longoria, Wendi Mclendon-Covey and Jemima Kirke. The movie tells the story of a young woman who meets an aspiring saxophonist in her father’s record shop in 1950s Harlem. The drama premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival and will premiere tomorrow exclusively on Amazon Prime.

Here’s the album track list:

1. B.-Loved (feat. Cécile McLorin Salvant) (French Version) (1:59)
2. First Encounter (0:40)
3. First Kiss (0:53)
4. Serenade (0:52)
5. Robert Leaves for Paris (2:20)
6. Sylvie Tucks in Michelle (0:31)
7. The Lucy Wolper Show (1:10)
8. Transition to the Concert (0:46)
9. Loving (1:45)
10. On the Way (2:26)
11. Sylvie’s Father is Dead (0:52)
12. Robert Confronts Sylvie (0:54)
13. Robert Meets Michelle (0:52)
14. At the Chinese Restaurant (1:33)
15. Later on the Porch (1:33)
16. First Flashback (1:07)
17. The Break-Up (1:29)
18. Back at the Plant (0:52)
19. Sylvie’s Happy Waltz (1:49)
20. Quizás, Quizás, Quizás – Eva Longoria (1:36)
21. Waltz for Debby – Samantha Sidley (2:28)
22. B.-Blue (feat. The Dickie Brewster Quartet) (4:37)
23. B.-Bop (feat. The Dickie Brewster Quartet) (4:31)
24. B.-Loved (feat. The Dickie Brewster Quartet) (5:53)

  1. Vincent Colapietro says:

    Look forward to the release of this album

  2. Jill Carter says:

    I’m in love with Love and this music! Yessssssss!

  3. Randy Gilmore says:

    I would like to know who actually performed the saxophone parts in the movie, “Sylvie’s Love”? Was it the star of the movie or was its a professional Saxophonist?

    • Miles says:

      I watched the Movie review and the guy said he had to learn saxophone before the movie. So he played it himself. The movie is so real.

    • Jay says:

      Mark Turner

  4. Corinne says:

    Absolutely loved this movie and the music!! I really hope there is a plan to release it on vinyl!!

  5. Miles says:

    The songs are to die for. I’ve been looking for the song sang at Lucy Wolper’s show