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Soundtrack: Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Paperback Writer, Jul 27, 2019.

  1. Squealy

    Squealy Forum Hall Of Fame

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    Wasn’t “Out of Time” a cover?? I could have sworn it wasn’t the familiar Stones version from Aftermath but a version with strings.
     
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  2. It’s the Mick demo vocal version. It’s in the Stones Metamorphous album.
     
  3. coolcreek

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    It fits perfectly in the scene.
     
  4. Squealy

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    Ah thank you! I’ve never heard that album — or the Chris Farlowe version, which is what I thought it might be.
     
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  5. GetHappy!!

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    The use of “Out Of Time” is absolutely perfect. Always preferred this version, once it saw the light of day.

    The images of twilight around L.A. while this plays made my eyes well up, an incredible series of shots which hints at the impending doom we know is coming. Makes me actually miss living there.
     
  6. MarcS

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    Yes and it led me to the France Gall original :
     
  7. MarcS

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    In the film its played on the piano by the Abigail Folger character.
     
  8. Irony : 1969 LA: Less traffic. More Pollution.

    Or should I say better emission and pollution standards now .
     
  9. Paperback Writer

    Paperback Writer Forum Resident Thread Starter



    Who knew.?


    This song was new for me. Like the selection.

    Bring a Little Lovin'" is a song written by Harry Vanda and George Young of the Australian rock group The Easybeats. The song was written for the Spanish band Los Bravos. Their version was released as a single in April 1968 and reached number fifty-one on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States.

    "Bring a Little Lovin'"
    Single by Los Bravos
    from the album Bring a Little Lovin'
    Released
    April 1968
    Format 7"
    Recorded 1968
    Length 2:21
    Label Parrot
    Songwriter(s) Harry Vanda, George Young
    "Bring a Little Lovin'"
    Song by The Easybeats
    from the album Vigil (Australian version)
    Released
    1968
    Recorded 1968
    Genre Rock
    Length 2:25
    Label Albert Productions/Parlophone
    Songwriter(s) Harry Vanda, George Young
    Producer(s) The Easybeats and Mike Vaughan
    The Easybeats version was released later that year on the Australian version of their Vigil album. The Easybeats recording was originally a demo and was not released anywhere else in the world.[1]



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  10. MarcS

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    In the film they also play The Letter from Mad Dogs and Englishmen which is from 70 but for the most part the music wasn't anachronistic.
     
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  11. Paperback Writer

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    Re: The Doors - were you thinking- Love Me Two Times? People Are Strange? L.A. Woman? Lots of choices! LOL.
     
  12. Paperback Writer

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    editions
    "Several vinyl editions of the album will be available: On release weekend, Hollywood’s Amoeba Records and Tarantino’s New Beverly Cinema will sell a “small-batch limited-edition” LP. Other wide release versions will follow this fall, including a deluxe 220-gram heavyweight “tequila sunrise” colored vinyl gatefold package (including several posters and a Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood map), an indie retail exclusive orange vinyl gatefold (featuring a poster and map) and a standard vinyl (including the map)." - Source: Rolling Stone

    Opening weekend vinyl (exclusive to AmoebaMusic and The New Beverly Cinema):
    [​IMG]
     
  13. Paperback Writer

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    Last edited: Jul 28, 2019
  14. 131east23

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    For anyone that has seen the movie, is it appropriate for a 15 year old? We are going next week and I'm not sure my son should go.
     
  15. Paperback Writer

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    “Son of A Lovin’ Man” and “Hush” were featured in the Playboy Mansion scenes,
    Let’s go there now and view and listen, below!


     
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  16. Spencer R

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    I thought Deep Purple’s Hush stole the show. Just a killer groove, always has been, and it worked well on the big screen.
     
  17. 131east23

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    I think the original videos are on YouTube, Deep Purple performing at the Mansion, also Sharon Tate at the Mansion being interviewed between those performances.
     
  18. TheSeldomSeenKid

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    L.A. Woman was initially recorded in 1970, so would not qualify for this movie based on 1969, unless QT wanted to go all Elton John 'Screw the Actual Songs Timelines' way of doing his movie.

    Lot's of Great Doors Songs to have been selected though. I was thinking 'The Unknown Soldier' or 'You're Lost Little Girl'.
     
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  19. Paperback Writer

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    Last edited: Jul 28, 2019
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  20. 131east23

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    Here it is...

     
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  22. ZiltoidtheOmniscient

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    I haven't read through the whole thread but loved the movie and felt the songs just ran into each other not much diversity and yes those hippy songs do have a certain sound but I think the soundtrack could have benefited with more diversity...
     
  23. Paperback Writer

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  24. 131east23

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    Sharon was beautiful!
     
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  25. hi_watt

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    It depends. What's a film they've seen as of late that pushes the boundaries? This one isn't bad actually, compared to other Tarantino films, as it's more tame and has innuendos more than anything.
     
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