Soundtrack: Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

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

  1. Paperback Writer

    Paperback Writer Forum Resident Thread Starter


    Yes, Sure sounds good.

    Maybe it would be ideal if folks stated:

    “If there were s sequel to this movie or an expanded soundtrack of songs not in the movie, but in style with it - I’d put in this song. .......”

    Easy, just reply to this post and the work is all done! LOL

    Thanks
     
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  2. Dylancat

    Dylancat Forum Resident

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    Lots of Raiders..
    Hello, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame...?
     
  3. Paperback Writer

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    This could work - Boyce and Hart

     
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  4. Bowie Fett

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    How “loud” is the CD and digital download(s) compared to the vinyl?
     
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  5. Myke

    Myke Listening

    Vinyl hasn't been released yet. I know, because I'm waiting for it. FB page of the film tells me "soon."
     
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  6. ManFromCouv

    ManFromCouv Employee #3541

    QT should have chosen something from Lonnie Smith's Move Your Hand album, which was recorded on August 9, 1969.
     
  7. Paperback Writer

    Paperback Writer Forum Resident Thread Starter


    My post in this thread #87 has some info. Page 4
     
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  8. Myke

    Myke Listening

    Yeah, I don't care about colored vinyl, or toys, I just want a record that's been cut properly, so it sounds great. Thanks.
     
  9. Paperback Writer

    Paperback Writer Forum Resident Thread Starter


    I hear you, that’s all I could find at this point.
     
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  10. Paperback Writer

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    Thanks, that’s awesome, great vibe, it fits well.

     
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  11. Myke

    Myke Listening

    Hoping for a Grundman, or Bellman. Fingers crossed. I was 10-11 in 1969, and still have all my 45s from then. Also waiting patiently for the eventual Blu ray.
     
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  12. ManFromCouv

    ManFromCouv Employee #3541

    :righton:
     
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  13. Paperback Writer

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    This is all I could find on “the internets” - needless to say, I’ll wait. ( See price at end) LOL.

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    Various ‎– Once Upon A Time In... Hollywood
    Label:
    Columbia Records ‎– 19075972871 S1
    Format:
    2 × Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition
    Country:
    US
    Released:
    26 Jul 2019
    Genre:
    Rock, Pop, Stage & Screen
    Style:
    Classic Rock, Folk Rock, Acid Rock

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    Various - Once Upon A Time In... Hollywood (2xLP, Ltd)
    Media Condition: Mint (M)
    Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)

    Unopened and unplayed. Bought at amoeba holywood

    $400.00
    + Add to Cart
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  14. coolcreek

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  15. Hush

    Hush "Fate, up against your will"

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    Thank you. I'm looking forward to seeing it for myself in a couple of weeks, we folk in Scotland have to wait a little bit longer than everyone else :laugh:
     
  16. Myke

    Myke Listening

    I can't even fathom giving $400 to a guy with an 80% rating. :biglaugh: A whole different level of Stoopid.
     
  17. pinkrudy

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    when i saw the vanilla fudge supreme's cover was on this I knew it would be used for something epic in the movie. Since in my opinion its the best song on the soundtrack. there was also a rolling stones song about time in the movie but not on the soundtrack. but it wasnt time is on my side. It was another song.
     
  18. GetHappy!!

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    See a few posts back, it was “Out Of Time”, the demo version that Jagger cut with session musicians for Chris Farlowe, which ultimately was released on Metamorphosis.
     
  19. LoveYourLife

    LoveYourLife Forum Resident

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    Yup no CD on the UK sites yet unless I've missed it.
     
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  20. coolcreek

    coolcreek Forum Resident

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    Washington, DC
    Appropriate? Probably. I saw it Saturday night in a big suburban multi-plex and there were a few teens with parents in the audience. It looked to be 2/3 folks in their 50s and 60s, with some younger - perhaps skewing older because it was a 70mm widescreen showing. Enjoyable for a 15 year old ? It's a treat to see real MOVIE STARS onscreen giving great performances. I am not usually a Leonardo DiCaprio fan, but he was fantastic. And Brad Pitt was incredible - not a wasted gesture. Margot Robbie, also fabulous. Fab soundtrack with great use of music.

    Downside: It's 2.5 hours long. A great film for pop culture freaks familiar with LA in the '60s, old Hollywood films, actors and classic TV. It's a love letter to all that. Most 15-year olds don't have that background and will likely "see" an entirely different movie than I did. That's not to say he won't like it - it's a fairy tale with great stars - what's not to love? But he might have a totally different reaction to a song that makes the hair on the back of your neck stand up from the first notes. I had 20-somethings sitting next to me - they didn't respond to the same things that got a big reaction from the majority of the audience.

    What worries you?
     
  21. Paperback Writer

    Paperback Writer Forum Resident Thread Starter

    MYSTERY:

    NOT included in the Soundtrack is “Green Door”, sung by Leonardo’s character,
    Rick Dalton.

    I knew I had heard the song before, but couldn’t pin it down. Forgot about it.

    Today it popped back in my mind - Clue. I had a Crystal Gayle album, which I checked out and yes, it was that song. That was a cover song, recorded in the 70’s.

    Several artists did this prior to the time period of the movie.

    This One was a hit and probably the reference point for the movie.
    Add it to the soundtrack, if you Like.

    Jim Lowe

     
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  22. Paperback Writer

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    Here was Crystal’s version:

     
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  23. Paperback Writer

    Paperback Writer Forum Resident Thread Starter

    This song would fit on the Soundtrack as an alternative choice or on an extended Soundtrack of songs NOT in the movie.







    When I look up to the sky
    I see your eyes a funny kind of yellow
    I rush home to bed, I soak my head
    I see your face underneath my pillow
    I wake next morning, tired, still yawning
    See your face come peeping through my window

    Pictures of matchstick men and you
    Mirages of matchstick men and you
    All I ever see is them and you

    Windows echo your reflection
    When I look in their direction gone
    When will this haunting stop?
    Your face it just won't leave me alone

    Pictures of matchstick men and you
    Mirages of matchstick men and you
    All I ever see is them and you

    You in the sky, you with this guy
    You make men cry, you lie

    You in the sky, you with this guy
    You make men cry, you lie

    Pictures of matchstick men
    Pictures of matchstick men
    Pictures of matchstick men
    Pictures of matchstick men
     
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  24. maui jim

    maui jim Forum Resident

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    Will do. Thank you for memory and detective work
     
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  25. Paperback Writer

    Paperback Writer Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Thanks,

    Great - what I Can’t remember is where in the movie he sang it - and what the particular scene is about?

    That info would also help place it in proper order in the Soundtrack.
     

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