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Quentin Tarantino movie soundtracks

Quentin Tarantino and funky music go hand to hand together. His soundtracks have multiple gems of hidden soul, funk, and psychedelic rock. While my favorite soundtrack by QT is probably Reservoir dogs (and movie as well) my favorite song from one of his movies has got to be Jack Nitzsche : The last race.

While I think Death proof the movie is absolute rubbish, I think the soundtrack, that I own in red marble blood vinyl is an absolute goldmine of funky music. Ennio Moriconne, April March, Keith Mansfield (Grindhouse) and an obscure Eddie Beram are featured in the movie. Bernard Alfred “Jack” Nitzsche, born 22 April 1937 in Chicago, Illinois  was an arranger, producer, songwriter and Academy Award-winning film score composer.  He scored One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest and Starman while The last race was done in 1964, on a 7 ” / 45 RPM.

Full tracklisting of the mix :

1) Quentin Tarantino on the moral choices in Pulp fiction
2) The Ventures : Miserlou
3) James Brown : The big payback (Tall black guy BIGBACK slap-up re-edit)
4) Brothers Johnson : Strawberry letter 23
5) Minnie Riperton : Inside my love (Disco tech edit)
6) Joe Tex : I gotcha
7) Tomoyasu Hotei : Battle without honor or humanity
8) Smith : Baby it’s you
9) Keith Mansfield : Funky fanfare
10) Dusty Springfield : Son of a preacher man (Charlels Beale edit)
11) Bill Whiters : Who is he
12) The vampire sound incorporation : The lions and the cucumber
13) Alan Reeves, Phil Steele and Phillip Brigham : The Chase
14) Kool & The Gang : Jungle boogie
15) Bernard Hermann : Twisted nerve
16) The Coasters : Down in Mexico
17) Eddie Bunker / Harvey Keitel : Madonna speech
18) Jack Nitzsche : The last race
19) George Baker : Little green bag
20) Bobby Womack : Accross 110 th street (DJ ”S” bootleg bonus beat)
21) Al Green : Let’s stay together (Disco tech Dj cut mix)
22) Marsellus gets medieval
23) Dave Dee, Dozy Beaky Mick and Titch : Hold tight
24) Lively ones : Surf rider
25) Eddie Beram : Riot in thunder valley
26) Harry Nilsson : Coconut
27) RZA : Ode to Django (The D is silent)
28) Isaac Hayes : Truck turner
29) Quincy Jones : Ironside
30) April March : Chick habit
31) The Centurions : Bullwinkle part II

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