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Interview (Spoken Word) - Various - The Tarantino Connection (Cassette)

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  1. The Tarantino Connection, a Various Artists Compilation. Released in on MCA (catalog no. MCD ; CD). Genres: Film Soundtrack.
  2. Mar 19,  · Quentin Tarantino music is perfect. In fact, every time you hear Tarantino talk about music in an interview, he will mention how he finds the most interesting moments in cinema as those that are accompanied by music, and that extends to his own work as well. He loves fun music, and Quentin Tarantino characters love and react to music as well.
  3. 9. Interview - Quentin Tarantino; Stuck in the Middle With You - Stealers Wheel (from Reservoir Dogs) You Never Can Tell - Chuck Berry (from Pulp Fiction) (Love Is) The Tender Trap - Robert Palmer (from True Romance) Sweet Jane - Cowboy Junkies (from Natural Born Killers) Harvest Moon - Bedlam (from Reservoir Dogs)
  4. collection of memorable tunes featured in films Quentin Tarantino has directed, produced, acted and/ or written the script for. Tarantino remains one of the most exciting and unpredictable directors in modern times. Since his breakout film, Reservoir Dogs, he has continued to amaze, confuse, surprise and excite critics and fans alike.4/5(36).
  5. Quentin Tarantino Interview Spoken Word: Stuck in the Middle With You Performed by STEALERS WHEEL / From RESERVOIR DOGS: You Never Can Tell Performed by CHUCK BERRY / From PULP FICTION: Love is the Tender Trap Performed by ROBERT PALMER / From TRUE ROMANCE: Sweet Jane Performed by COWBOY JUNKIES / From NATURAL BORN KILLERS:
  6. – Quentin Tarantino: Interview (Spoken Word) 10 – Stealers Wheel: Stuck In The Middle With You Written-By – G. Rafferty*, J. Egan* 11 – Chuck Berry: You Never Can Tell Written-By – Chuck Berry: 12 – Robert Palmer: Love Is (The Tender Trap) Written-By – James Van Heusen / Sammy Cahn* 13 – Cowboy Junkies /5(2).
  7. – Quentin Tarantino: Interview (Spoken Word) 2 – Dick Dale & His Del-Tones: Misirlou Producer – Jim Monsour: 3 – The Blasters: Dark Night: 4 – George Baker Selection: Little Green Bag: 5 – Charlie Sexton: Graceland: 6 – Urge Overkill: Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon Producer – Kramer (2) 7 /5(5).
  8. Jackie Brown fits Tarantino’s universe like a new glove over an old fist. Described as “a comic crime caper loosely based on Elmore Leonard’s novel Rum Punch,” Jackie Brown is Tarantino’s first true adaptation. But because Leonard’s writing has had such a strong impact on Tarantino, and their writing styles are so similar, Jackie Brown doesn’t end up being much of a stretch for.

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