21 Songs, 46 Minutes

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4.7 out of 5
46 Ratings

46 Ratings

Sailducky ,

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

The adjectives I would use: Meditative, soulful, mellifluous, as well as a beat, an undercurrent that really speaks to your inner animal, for lack of a better word. Hard to describe how it can be all these things at once. Now, when I wake up in the morning, I play specific tracks to center myself....instead of just waking up to the noise and to take off running into the world, like usual. And I'm not a crunchy granola kinda person. My world is filled with news and stocks and politics (all that ugly ranting) and lawyers and judges and all their NOISE. This movie AND the music really got a hold of me...I'm now stopping to reflect, to get quiet, find a peaceful moment, and to hopefully operate on another level. Yeah, this album is that good! (So is the movie - it's cool. Enlightening.)

Senor K ,

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

If you liked the film (of the same name), you'll no doubt enjoy the soundtrack.
Like it's Indian locale, it's exotic, beautiful, and ethereal. I'm enjoying it now!

Tanka8258 ,

The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

This album is a splendid mix of energetic tunes and lazy, laid-back soporific Indian music -- and while I can't recall exactly where each song fit into the movie, the CD re-captures the overall feel of this wonderful, exotic and life-affirming film.

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