Here's a guide to current sound-track albums.
"Dirty Dancing" (RCA)--Good, if overly familiar oldies (the Ronettes' "Be My Baby," the Five Satins' "In the Still of the Night") coupled with mostly disposable, middlebrow originals. * *
"Good Morning, Vietnam" (A & M)--The selection of lively '60s music (from Motown and California sunshine to some British Invasion) is good, but not spectacular. The best thing about the album (and the film) is Robin Williams' frenzied deejay humor (Did you ever notice, he asks, that Richard Nixon sounds like Mr. Ed?) * * *
"Hearts of Fire" (Columbia)--The selling point is three Bob Dylan tracks (two original tunes plus a rendition of John Hiatt's "The Usual"), but most of the LP is devoted to overwrought power-rock ballads from Fiona and two lifeless vocals by actor Rupert Everett. * 1/2