ULTIMATE DIRTY DANCING contains every song from the DIRTY DANCING movie, sequenced in the order that they appeared in the film. This is a Hyper CD, which contains regular audio tracks and also provides a link to the artist's website with the help of a web browser. Audio Remixers: George Sipl; Dan Nebenzal; Jim DeMain; Jimmy Ienner; Michael Lloyd; Carmine Rubino. Liner Note Author: Andy Dursin. Recording information: Beachwood Recording Studios, Beachwood, OH; Michael Lloyd Studios, Los Angeles, CA & Beverly Hills,; Studio In The Country, Bogolusa, LA; Town House III Studio, London, England; Wellsley Sound Studios, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Arrangers: Gene Page; John d'Andrea. The Patrick Swayze film DIRTY DANCING and its accompanying soundtrack have become a pop-culture phenomenon over time. Not only was there as second album of DIRTY DANCING songs, but years after the movie's initial release, we have a compendium of songs from both albums, with the track list arranged to follow the same order as the movie. Regardless of what you may feel about Swayze's own addition to the pop pantheon, "She's Like the Wind," ULTIMATE DIRTY DANCING is full of 1960s R & B classics. Bruce Chanel's wistful, harmonica-laced "Hey Baby;" Otis Redding's pleading ballad "These Arms of Mine;" and Solomon Burke's transcendent, consoling "Cry to Me" rub shoulders with early-'60s hits by Frankie Valli and the Ronettes. The collection appropriately closes with DIRTY DANCING's ostensible theme song (and a favorite of lounge singers everywhere), the Bill Medley/Jennifer Warnes romantic duet "(I've Had) The Time of My Life.