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Andrea Bocelli’s Top Movie Tracks: See the Singer’s Playlist!

Andrea Bocelli playlist

Italian singer Andrea Bocelli, whose film-themed album, Cinema, is out Oct. 23, shared his top movie tracks exclusively with Us Weekly. See his full playlist below to find out which songs reel Us in!

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“Nelle Tue Mani (Now We Are Free)” from Gladiator: “It makes a big impact with all the pathos and epic sweep of the film.”

“Maria” from West Side Story: “Leonard Bernstein’s immense talent made a huge impact on the history of the musical.”

“Se” from Cinema Paradiso: “One of the most heartrending love themes in cinema history. An unconventional, beautifully sweet Italian melody.”

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“Cheek to Cheek” from Top Hat: “As a boy, I played the Frank Sinatra version of this over and over again.”

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Andrea Bocelli performs on stage during iHeartRadio Live Presents Andrea Bocelli in 2013.

“Mi Mancherai (I’ll Miss You)” from Il Postino: The Postman: “This song’s expansive melody evokes all the pain of separation, echoing the delicate lyricism and seductive melancholy of the film itself.”

“Be My Love” from The Toast of New Orleans: “This ardent declaration of love’s expansive melody was tailor-made for Mario Lanza’s tenor voice.”

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“Por Una Cabeza (By a Head)” from Scent of a Woman: “A powerful melody that speaks of freedom and deluded hopes, passions, and temptations in an existential metaphor.”

“I Just Called to Say I Love You” from The Woman In Red: “Harmonically simple but hard to sing because it’s set high and hovers around the ‘passaggio.’ This song was the soundtrack to many youthful love affairs, blasting out of car stereos!”

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