As relaxing as a Bach symphony, Classical Romance combines luscious sex and lots of passionate foreplay with a believable, low-keyed story. Featuring the gorgeous redhead Jacqueline Lorians – my favorite new future superstar – this story of love and classical music should please mixed audiences.
Eric (Paul Thomas), a struggling, talented keyboardist, has to decide whether to shed his current lifestyle (a cute girlfriend and endless attempts at a rock & roll career) and pursue his first love, classical music. But he meets Laura (Lorians), an unhappily married rich girl, and their affairs sends the story to its conclusion.
Thomas and Lorians make a sizzling bed pair, and one particular scene will leave you panting. Desiree Lane, as Thomas' girlfriend, gets better with each film and turns in a sexually superb performance. Also noteworthy is the original song "Piano Man," a far cry from the Billy Joel tune of the same title. In all, Classical Romance ends up to be a fine, sexy composition.