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  1. It's De-Lovely - Robbie Williams
  2. Let's Do It (Let's Fall In Love) -ALANIS MORISSETTE
  3. Begin The Beguine - Sheryl Crow
  4. Let's Misbehave - Elvis Costello
  5. Be A Clown - Kevin Kline, Peter Polycarpou and Chorus
  6. Night And Day - John Barrowman and Kevin Kline
  7. True Love - Ashley Judd and Tayler Hamilton
  8. What Is This Things Called Love? - Lemar
  9. I Love You - Mick Hucknall
  10. Just One Of Those Things - Diana Krall
  11. Anything Goes - Caroline O'Connor and Chorus
  12. Experiment - Kevin Kline
  13. Love For Sale - Vivian Green
  14. So In Love - Lara Fabian and Mario Frangoulis
  15. Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye - Natalie Cole
  16. Blow, Gabriel, Blow - Jonathan Pryce, Kevin Kline, Cast and Chorus
  17. In the Still Of The Night - Kevin Kline and Ashley Judd
  18. You're The Top - Cole Poter
At first glance, the approach picked for De-Lovely will be familiar to those who already own Red Hot + Blue: A Tribute to Cole Porter. On both albums, contemporary pop stars cover classics by Porter. But many of the interpretations on Red Hot + Blue were modernized, whereas the approach on De-Lovely is more traditional---it's the soundtrack to a biopic about Porter, after all, so a classic (though not quite period) sound prevails. What's surprising is how well many of the singers handle the songs without the crutch of a contemporary pop retooling. Who would have thought that Alanis Morissette had such a natural affinity for "Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love)," for instance? She fares equally well in her screen cameo, whereas Diana Krall sounds superb on "Just One of Those Things" but looks horribly uncomfortable in the film. Other good surprises include Robbie Williams's "It's De-Lovely" and Kevin Kline as Porter, coming across as a more tuneful Rex Harrison. Elvis Costello, meanwhile, confirms he's a better songwriter than singer, and as Linda Porter, Ashley Judd is hesitant at best. In a nice touch, a recording of Cole Porter himself performing "You're the Top" provides the album's coda. --Elisabeth Vincentelli