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Make-a-soundtrack: hypothetical Tarantino Swinging London movie...

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by The Ole' Rocker, Jul 28, 2019.

  1. Greenalishi

    Greenalishi Forum Resident

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    Awesome, Thunderball is Perfect! Almost too perfect.... ;)
     
  2. Samleo

    Samleo Well-Known Member

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    Salena Jones with the Keith Mansfield orchestra

     
  3. The Ole' Rocker

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    *cracks knuckles*. Okay, it’s time for me, the guy who started this thread; to pull my guns and keep the train ‘a rollin’ all night long. Here’s my selection of hits, odds and ends to curate the grooviest, furthest-out hypothetical movie soundtrack set to Carnaby London in the late-‘60s.

    1. Empty Heart by The Rolling Stones
    2. War Or Hands Of Time by The Masters Apprentice
    3. I Know There’s An Answer by The Beach Boys
    4. Mr. Carpenter by The Fox
    5. Time Will Tell by The Kinks
    6. He’s Got No Love by The Searchers
    7. Imposters Of Life’s Magazine by The Idle Race
    8. Sunshine Superman by Donovan
    9. Look Through Any Window by The Hollies
    10. Come Again by Billy Nicholls
    11. Run Much Faster by Matchbox
    12. Little Girl by John Mayall & The Blues Breakers
    13. Bee-Side by Tintern Abbey
    14. She Was Perfection by Murray The Head
    15. Love by Virgin Sleep
    16. Red Chair Fade Away by The Bee Gees
    17. Mr. Evasion by The Pretty Things
    18. Up The Wooden Hills To Bedfordshire by The Small Faces
    19. Love-Maker by Calum Bryce
    20. Grocer Jack (Excerpt From A Teenage Opera) by Mark Wirtz
    21. Fredereek Hernando by One In A Million
    22. Painting Box by The Incredible String Band
    23. I’m So Glad by Cream
    24. ‘ Cello Song by Nick Drake
    25. Do You Like Worms by The Beach Boys
    26. London Boys by David Bowie
    27. Can You See Me by The Jimi Hendrix Experience
    28. Home And Away by Humble Pie
    29. Life Is Just Beginning by The Creation
    30. Lazy Old Sun by The Kinks
    31. Woman Of Distinction by Caleb Quaye
    32. Another Game by Grapefruit
    33. Let Me Love You by The Jeff Beck Group
    34. I Can Hear The Grass Grow by The Move
    35. Crawdaddy Simone by The Syndicats
    36. Boris The Spider by The Who
    37. If You Think You’re Groovy by P.P. Arnold & The Small Faces
    38. Pink, Purple, Yellow And Red by The Sorrows
    39. Arnold Layne by Pink Floyd
    40. Night Time Girl by Twice As Much
     
  4. edenofflowers

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    Alma Cogan - I Knew Right Away (1964) [featuring an uncredited Paul McCartney on Tambourine I believe].
     
  5. DEAN OF ROCK

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    England Swings - Roger Miller
    It’s A Sign Of The Times - Petula Clark
    Doctor Robert - Beatles
     
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  6. Great list! Gotta look up a number of them. The ones I know are sounding like a great fit.

    Here’s one


     
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  7. Mothmanica

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    Make-a-soundtrack: hypothetical Tarantino Swinging London movie...

    I'll take a stab at it...
    Under the cascading light of a full moon I have consulted my Ouija board... slowly but surely my planchette has revealed the following details...
    -- Quentin Tarantino's new movie, "Honeymoon in Hackney", is a revisionist gangster flick set in Swinging London in 1969 and tells the alternate history story of the Great Train Robbery.
    A team of gangsters from London's East End plot to rob £2.6 million from a Royal Mail train heading from Glasgow to London. One of their team members is a struggling washed-up East End stage actor with mob ties who has tried but failed to break into the motion picture industry & another member is an undercover policeman who risks his life as an informant trying to bring these criminals to justice. After the robbery, the gang hide out at Leatherslade Farm in Aylesbury and the police are soon tipped off as to the whereabouts of this hideout. A fierce 'Tarantino-esque' shootout soon follows, with some gang members killed & some making a clean getaway. The soundtrack of this film is a follows... --

    Without any doubt the opening music has to be The Shadows - Apache, this sets the overall tone of the film perfectly...

    1 ; The Shadows - Apache
    2 ; Johnny Kidd & The Pirates - Shakin' All Over
    3 ; Adam Faith & The Roulettes - Only One Such As You
    4 ; The Moontrekkers - Night Of The Vampire
    5 ; Dusty Springfield - Easy Evil
    6 ; Engelbert Humperdinck - A Man Without Love
    7 ; The Chris Barber Band - Cat Call
    8 ; The Merseys - Sorrow
    9 ; Lulu - Try To Understand
    10 ; Tom Jones - Ring Of Fire
    11 ; Linda Thorson - Better Than Losing You
    12 ; The Tornados - Jungle Fever
    13 ; Fleetwood Mac - Black Magic Woman
    14 ; Sandie Shaw - Reviewing The Situation
    15 ; Status Quo - Pictures Of Matchstick Men
    16 ; The Nightmares - Greyhound
    17 ; Georgie Flame and the Blue Flames - Yeh, Yeh
    18 ; The Zombies - She's Not There
    19 ; The Andrew Oldham Orchestra - Play With Fire
    20 ; Donovan - Wear Your Love Like Heaven
    21 ; David Bowie - Janine
    22 ; Cream - I'm So Glad
    23 ; The Tornados - Telstar (End Credits Music)

     
  8. DEAN OF ROCK

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    It’s Not Unusual - Tom Jones
    Georgy Girl - Seekers
    Mellow Yellow- Donovan
    A Well Respected Man - Kinks
    My Little Red Book - Manfred Mann
    A Hard Day’s Night - Beatles
    I’m Free - Rolling Stones
    Ringo’s Theme (This Boy) - George Martin & His Orchestra
     
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    At The Scene - DC5
     
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  10. R. Totale

    R. Totale The Voice of Reason

    That "Arthur" sound

     
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  11. OK! I compiled a 53 song playlist for this - CURRENTLY- fictitious movie by Tarantino about Swinging London in the 60’s.

    Basically, a 3 disc Soundtrack comprised of mostly British artists, circa mid to late 60’s.

    This was way too much fun! Some songs I knew from release, some discovered over the years, some were directly selected or inspired by your suggestions and some were the results of recent research.

    Feel free to copy it And adjust to make it your own by additions , deletions.

    If this thread, it’s subject or 60’s Music is of interest - give it a listen!


    Tarantino's Swinging 60's London, a playlist by zkiwi on Spotify

    QT PM me ! LOL!
     
    Last edited: Sep 3, 2019
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  12. ........and of course- please continue to share your ong selections!
     




  13. Here’s one of the softer songs from the era that made my Soundtrack from Marianne Faithful.
    Beautiful.
     
  14. TMegginson

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    All-Kinks, all the time.
     
  15. jbmcb

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    I don't know about the rest of the movie, but the super dramatic long push or tracking shot at the end symbolizing the 60's moving into the 70's has to be done to the last chorus of The Real Me by The Who.

    Actually, that might be more of a Scorsese move.
     
  16. John B Good

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    My first thought was England Swings by Roger Miller, which has already been suggested.

    So, another Everly number, The Price of Love. It was actually a big hit in Britain.

     
  17. I put this on the Soundtrack.




     
  18. TMegginson

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  19. This made my Soundtrack

    See post # 86 for Spotify link of 53 songs

    Great track.

     
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  20. Spotify Playlist ALERT!

    Made and posted a 53 - song playlist , based on “Swinging London” in the 60’s, If Tarantino made a movie of it and made a Soundtrack for it.

    Add, subtract from it, but enjoy it! Let us know what songs you select.

    Here is the link:


    Tarantino's Swinging 60's London, a playlist by zkiwi on Spotify
     



    1. I put up a 53 song Playlist on Spotify, I think you might like a lot of it!

      See link below:

      Tarantino's Swinging 60's London, a playlist by zkiwi on Spotify

     
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  21. krisjay

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    Pink Floyd-Arnold Layne
    The Electric Prunes-I Had To Much To Dream Last Night
    The Doors-Strange Days
    Tin Tin-Astral Taxi
    The Hollies-Bus Stop
    Gerry And The Pacemakers-Ferry Cross The Mercy
    Manfredd Mann-Up The Junction
    The Rolling Stones-Play With Fire
    Simon And Garfunkel-Old Friends
    The Hobbits-Dafodil Days
    I'd explain the plot, and scenes attached to each song, but better you dream it up in your head.
     
  22. The Ole' Rocker

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  23. pez

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    Fleetwood mac - Albatross
    T.rex - Telegram Sam
     
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