Film & TV
‘Seinfeld’ Soundtrack Has Officially Been Released
The soundtrack for hit comedy series ‘Seinfeld’ has officially released 23 years after the show wrapped up its final episode.
Released July 2 the soundtrack is available on most major music streaming platforms through record label WaterTower and features thirty-three different tracks.
The iconic opening them for Seinfeld is included in the soundtrack as well as cut music that didn’t appear in the show.
Jonathan Wolff, the shows composer spoke to Variety magazine and said he had to return to all nine seasons of the show in order to assemble the soundtrack.
“Was it the primary audio of a famous’ Seinfeld’ scene? Did it contribute in a significant way to the comedy of the scene? And upon hearing it, will it serve as an instantly identifiable signature and bring warm fuzzies to a ‘Seinfeld’ fan who will remember that scene?” Wolff said.
Wolff also explained that for one scene in the show he had to create a bunch of different jazz tracks however they where never used.
“So I needed to create a whole bunch of jazz, but all those scenes went bye-bye.”
You can listen to the official Seinfeld soundtrack on Spotify here.
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