Irrational Man Soundtrack Available Now


The soundtrack for Irrational Man, the new film written and directed by Woody Allen, is now available. Like the soundtracks of recent films, it is a digital only release.

The Irrational Man Soundtrack of course features music from the film. Most prominently the Ramsey Lewis Trio, whose music plays a big role in the film. Their biggest bit, ‘The “In” Crowd’, opens the record.

Here’s the album track list:

1. The “In” Crowd – Ramsey Lewis Trio (5:51)
2. Amalthea – Mikey B (3:50)
3. Bach’s Prelude no. 2 in c, BWV 847 – Bernard Roberts (1:38)
4. Good To Go – Daniel May Jazz Combo (1:03)
5. Let Me Call You Sweetheart – Paul Eakins (2:39)
6. Bach’s Suite no 1 for unaccompanied cello in G, BWV 1007: Prelude – Torleif Thedéen (2:12)
7. Look-A-Here – The Ramsey Lewis Trio (3:12)
8. Bach’s Prelude no. 18 in g#, BWV 863 – Bernard Roberts (1:37)
9. Wade In the Water – Ramsey Lewis (3:50)
10. Angel In the Snow – David O’Neal (4:03)
11. Darn That Dream – The Jimmy Bruno Trio (5:47)

Buy Irrational Man (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) – Various Artists on iTunes.

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  1. I saw Irrational Man last night at Cinemark here in Plano Texas. Of course, I’m biased cause I’m a big Woody fan, but in all fairness I have to admit that Irrational Man is a tremendous film. Whether you’re a rabid, frothing at the mouth Woody fan like myself, or you’re “on the fence” about a lot of his material; Woody and the entire team did a remarkable job with this film. Its a serious film. I only chucked a couple times throughout the picture. Woody’s writing is really strong in this one, its wonderfully shot, the tone is appropriate, and the acting is strong. I plan on taking in at least a couple of more viewings while its still on the big screen.


  2. I agree completely with what Sandy Bates wrote. Marvelous film. Phoenix’s performance is tremendous and gets better the more I think about it. Can’t wait to see it again this week.

    Looking forward to your review, William.

  3. Woody Allen’s movies are genius, all of them! And each of them is different and full of art, philosophy and masterhood. I loved Irrational Man, a movie full of power and existentialism. And the music is great! Greetings from Madrid / Antonia

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