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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by blowtorch, May 3, 2021.

  1. blowtorch

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    • "Jack the Ripper" - Link Wray And His Ray-Men
    • "Short Shorts" - The Royal Teens
    • "Life Savers Girl (from Mondo Cane)" - Riz Ortolani
    • "Pomp and Circumstance, March No. I" - Sir Edward Elgar
    • "Jambalaya (On the Bayou)" - Jo Stafford
    • "I'm Following You" - The Duncan Sisters
    • "I Want You, I Need You, I Love You" - Elvis Presley
    • "Sitting In the Park" - Billy Stewart
    • Donizetti: Anna Bolena, Act II: "Piangete voi?" - Maria Callas
    • "Strangers in the Night" - Frank Sinatra
    • "Little Bitty Pretty One" - Thurston Harris
    • Bloch: "Sonata for Violin and Piano (1920): III. Moderato" - Isaac Stern and Alexander Zakin
    • "Hot Diggity (Dog Ziggity Boom)" - Perry Como
    • "It's Almost Like Being In Love (live)" - Judy Garland
    • "See You Later, Alligator" - Bill Haley and His Comets
    • "Ricochet (Rick-O-Shay)" - Teresa Brewer
    • "Long Tall Sally (live)" - Little Richard
    • "Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5." -Heitor Villa-Lobos
    • "Tutti Fruitti (live)" - Little Richard
    • "Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5." -Heitor Villa-Lobos
    • "The Girl Can't Help It (live)" - Little Richard
    • "Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5." -Heitor Villa-Lobos
    • "Long Tall Sally (sax solo)" - Little Richard
    • "Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5." -Heitor Villa-Lobos
    • "Treat 'Em Right" - Mae West
    • "Riot in Cell Block 9" - The Robins
    • "Treat 'Em Right" - Mae West
    • "Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5." -Heitor Villa-Lobos
    • "Treat 'Em Right" - Mae West
    • "Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5." -Heitor Villa-Lobos
    • "Treat 'Em Right" - Mae West
    • "Leader of the Pack" - The Shangri-Las
    • Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, First Movement
    • "Remember (Walking in the Sand)" - The Shangri-Las
    • "Strange Things Happen" - James Brown
    • "I Want You To Be My Girl" - Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers
    • "It Only Hurts For a Little While" - The Ames Brothers
    • "I Want You To Be My Girl" - Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers
    • "Riot in Cell Block 9"- The Robins
    • "No Particular Place to Go" - Chuck Berry
    • "I'm a Lonesome Fugitive" - Jerry Lee Lewis
    • "Come Go With Me" - The Del-Vikings
    • "Two Faces Have I" - Lou Christie
    • "Finger Poppin' (live)" - Ike and Tina Turner
    • "Riot In Cell Block 9" - The Robins
    • "Come Go With Me" - The Del-Vikings
    • "The Girl Can't Help It (live)" - Little Richard
    • "Come Go With Me" - The Del-Vikings
    • "Night Train (live)" - James Brown
    • "Slow Walk" - Sil Austin
    • "Marche Slav" - Tchaikovsky
    • "Under the Moon of Love" - Curtis Lee
    • "Poor Fool" - Ike and Tina Turner
    • "Rite of Spring" - Igor Stravinsky
    • "Holy Holy Holy" - Alan Dean (from Songs of Faith LP)
    • Monologue by Divine
    • Sound effect: bells ringing
    • "Holy Holy Holy" - Alan Dean
    • "The Girl Can't Help It (live) - Little Richard
    • "The Angels Listened In" - The Crests
    • "You Turn Me On" - Mae West
    • "Slow Walk" - Sil Austin
    • "Rip It Up" - Elvis Presley
    • "Slow Walk" - Sil Austin
    • "Riot In Cell Block 9" - The Robins
    • "Treat 'Em Right" - Mae West
    • "Remember (Walking in the Sand)" - The Shangri-Las
    • "Oh Lonesome Me" - Don Gibson
    • "Waddle, Waddle" - The Bracelets
    • "Slow Walk" - Sil Austin
    • "It's Almost Like Being In Love (live)" - Judy Garland
    • "Slow Walk" - Sil Austin
    • "Visage (for tape)" - Luciano Berio and Cathy Berbarian
    • "Riot in Cell Block 9" - The Robins
    • "I Got Stung" - Elvis Presley
    • Puccini: "Tosca: Presto, su! Mario!" - Renato Tebaldi
    • "I Almost Lost My Mind" - Pat Boone
    • "Remember (Walking in the Sand)" - The Shangri-Las
    • "Riot in Cell Block 9" - The Robins
    • "Combination of the Two" - Big Brother and The Holding Company
    • "Tell The Truth (sax solo)" - Ike and Tina Turner
    • "Riot In Cell Block 9" - The Robins
    • Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, First Movement
    • "I Got Stung" - Elvis Presley
    • "We're Off to See the Wizard" - The Wizard of Oz Cast (Judy Garland and Ray Bolger)
    • "Visage" - Luciano Berio and Cathy Berberian
    • "I Feel A Song Coming On (Live at the Palace)" - Judy Garland
    • "Keep Your Hands Off My Baby" - Little Eva
    • "Visage" - Luciano Berio and Cathy Berberian
    • "Take a Number From One to Ten" - Lyda Roberti
    • Fats Gonder's intro to James Brown 'Live' at the Apollo
    • Take A Number From One to Ten" - Lyda Roberti
    • "What'd I Say (Parts 1 and 2) (live)" - Ray Charles
    • "Holy Holy Holy" - Alan Dean
    • Monologue by Divine
    • Sound effect: bells ringing
    • "Holy Holy Holy" - Alan Dean
    • "The Angels Listened In" - The Crests
    • "Earth Angel" - The Penguins
    • "Flying Saucer (Parts 1 and 2)" - Buchanan and Goodman
    • "I'm Blue (The Gong Gong Song)" - The Ikettes
    • "Tutti Fruitti (live)" - Little Richard
    • "Ready Teddy (guitar solo)" - Elvis Presley
    • "Come Go With Me" - The Del-Vikings
    • "Slow Walk" - Sil Austin
    • "634-5789 (Soulsville U.S.A.)" - Wilson Pickett
    • Sound effect: phone ringing
    • Dialogue by Pat Moran and Divine
    • "Slow Walk" - Sil Austin (overlaid with Divine yelling, "Taxi! Taxi!")
    • "Woo-Hoo" - The Rock-A-Teens
    • "(I Need Some) Money" - Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
    • "Life Savers Girl (from Mondo Cane)" - Riz Ortolani
    • "See You Later, Alligator" - Bill Haley & The Comets
    • "Come Go With Me" - The Del-Vikings
    • "Black And Tan Fantasy" - David Rose And His Orchestra
    • "You Tickle Me Baby" - The Royal Jokers
    • Excerpt from Justine, or the Misfortune of Virtue by the Marquis de Sade (from 1966 recording) - "Help! Help, someone!"
    • "Riot in Cell Block 9" - The Robins
    • Excerpt from Justine, or the Misfortune of Virtue by the Marquis de Sade
    • Sound effect: whistle
    • "Comedians Gallop" - Kabalevsky
    • "Remember (Walking in the Sand)" - The Shangri-Las
    • Excerpt from Justine, or the Misfortune of Virtue by the Marquis de Sade
    • "Rumble" - Link Wray
    • "Coronation March" - Giacomo Meyerbeer
    • "Rumble" - Link Wray
    • Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, First Movement
    • "Trouble (live from 1968 comeback special)" - Elvis Presley
    • "Jenny, Jenny (live - stage patter)" - Little Richard
    • Dialogue and narration from Justine, or the Misfortune of Virtue by the Marquis De Sade

    • "True Fine Mama (live -stage patter)" - Little Richard
    • "Fantasie in F Minor, KV 608" - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    • "Flying Saucer (Parts 1 & 2)" - Buchanan & Goodman
    • "Dr. Feelgood" - Aretha Franklin
    • "(You've Got) The Magic Touch" - The Platters
    • "Flying Saucer (Parts 1 & 2)" - Buchanan & Goodman
    • "Remember (Walking in the Sand)" - The Shangri-Las
    • "Come Go With Me" - The Del-Vikings (overlaid with monologue by John Waters)
    • "Riot in Cell Block 9" - The Robins
    • "Blue Moon" - The Marcels
    • "Get A Job" - The Silhouettes
    • "Western Movies" - The Olympics
    • "Oh, Baby, Don't You Weep (Live - Royal Theater)" - James Brown
    • "He's So Fine" - The Chiffons
    • "Get a Job" - The Silhouettes
    • "Western Movies" - The Olympics
    • "Please Please Please (live at Royal Theater)" - James Brown
    • "Get a Job" - The Silhouettes
    • "Western Movies" - The Olympics
    • "Get a Job" - The Silhouettes
    • "Blue Moon" - The Marcels
    • "Get a Job" - The Silhouettes
    • "Blue Moon" - The Marcels
    • "Get a Job" - The Silhouettes
    • "Blue Moon" - The Marcels
    • "Get a Job" - The Silhouettes
    • "Blue Moon" - The Marcels
    • "Get a Job" - The Silhouettes
    • "Blue Moon" - The Marcels
    • "A Fool for You (live in Texas)" - Ike and Tina Turner
    • "Get a Job" - The Silhouettes
    • "Western Movies" - The Olympics
    • "Get a Job" - The Silhouettes
    • "Riot in Cell Block 9" - The Robins (lyrics used for the first time)
    • "Along Came Jones" - The Coasters
    • "A Fool for You" - Ike and Tina Turner
    • "Along Came Jones" - The Coasters
    • "I'm Moving On" - Ray Charles
    • Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, First Movement
    • "Love at First Sight" - Roddy Jackson
    • "Remember (Walking in the Sand") - The Shangri-Las
    • "Bertha Lou" - Clint Miller
    • "Come Go With Me" - The Del-Vikings
    • "Mars, Bringer of War" - Gustav Holst
    • "Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes" - Perry Como
    • "Rescue Me" - Fontella Bass
    • "I Feel Good" - Shirley and Lee
    • "Lollipop" - The Chordettes
    • "I Feel Good" - Shirley and Lee
    • "A Letter From Tina" - Ike and Tina Turner
    • "Angel Baby" - Rosie and the Originals
    • "Kansas City" - Wilbert Harrison
    • "All I Could Do Was Cry" -Ike and Tina Turner
    • "A Letter From Tina" - Ike and Tina Turner
    • "I Feel Good" - Shirley and Lee
    • "Goodbye to Love" - The Marcels
    • "Rumble" - Link Wray
    • "Ride of the Valkyries" - Wagner
    • "Holy Holy Holy" - Alan Dean
    • "Flying Saucer (Parts 1 & 2)" - Buchanan & Goodman
    • "Catulli Carmina: Chorus/Actus I" - Carl Orff
    • "Maybe" - The Chantels
    • "(You've Got) The Magic Touch" - The Platters
    • "Flying Saucer (Parts 1 & 2)" - Buchanan & Goodman
    • "Here I Stand" - The Rip Chords
    • "Going Out of My Head" - Little Anthony and the Imperials
    • "Surfin' Bird" - The Trashmen
    • "(You've Got) The Magic Touch" - The Platters
    • "Flying Saucer (Parts 1 & 2)" - Buchanan & Goodman
    • Dialogue by Mink Stole and David Lochary
    • "Whole Lotta Shaking Going On" - Jerry Lee Lewis
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  2. _MementoMori_

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    Love Conan!
    The Wall has a pretty good soundtrack too!
     
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  4. blowtorch

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    that's not very rockin
     
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    In the interest of NOT giving BT a stroke this early on a Monday, I won't post A Hard Day's Night, but instead I'll post the SECOND greatest movie soundtrack of all time......Local Hero, with music by Mark Knopfler. Here's just the closing scene, and if your chest doesn't tighten up a little, you're not human. ;)
     
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    Old Deaf Roadie Friend of Leo's Silver Supporter

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    Maybe I'm just easy, but Blues Bros., BB2K, and Guardians of the Galaxy (Vol. 2, too) are my favorites as of this writing.
     
  7. blowtorch

    blowtorch Telefied Ad Free Member

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    I mean, my pick starts with Link Wray and ends with Jerry Lee, and there's all kinds of Little Richard, Chuck Berry, and Elvis sprinkled in between

    (the actual movie is pretty horrible though)
     
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    Fixed it for you. Best film soundtrack of all time.
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  9. _MementoMori_

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    Dude that's pure metal. I want to kick holes in my walls as soon as those drums come in. Basil Poledouris was pretty clearly influenced by Richard Wagner who is arguably the most metal classical music composer of all time. Don't tell me you don't love it. I won't believe you.

    ***I guess if we're splitting hairs though, Conan is a score and not a soundtrack.***
     
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    No. Those are Mondo Trasho songs.

    The Wanderers is the very best of the leather jacket juvie movies
     
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    I'm disappointed. I was rooting for either Bloodsport or Scarface.
     
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    John Waters always has good music in his films. Heck check out Pink Flamingos even.

    Scorcese always has great soundtracks. Check out Mean Streets.
     
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    The Good, The Bad and The Ugly... or Blade Runner... decisions...
     
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    Agreed on both counts, and how cool is it that Mean Streets inspired this:


    Tarantino also tends to have great soundtracks
     
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    The soundtrack for Pulp Fiction has always been one of my favorites.

    I've been into a lot of old instrumental horror movie soundtracks lately.
     
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    vertigo is the best. nobody tops herrmann.

     
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