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Post by delvis_crasho » Wed Aug 19, 2009 12:58 pm

Great review, Sebastian.

I listened to the entire soundtrack on my drive into work today & I found myself, like I always do when listening to QT's soundtracks, feeling cool & detached; his soundtracks have a way of taking you to a different time & place. Only QT could sequence a song by Jacques Loussier together with a Bowie song.

I have yet to see the movie (midnight showing tomorrow night!), & I can't even imagine how it will all look when put to this music. My favorite of all of 'em is probably "One Silver Dollar."

Can't wait.


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Post by bigbeard60 » Wed Aug 19, 2009 1:55 pm

If i read correctly there'll be the Ennio Morricone Un Amico song playing before the screen goes black. That's a blast. It's my 2nd favourite track on the CD. I'm very confident till Saturday's screening. ;D

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Post by Sebastian » Wed Aug 19, 2009 8:11 pm

bigbeard60 wrote:If i read correctly there'll be the Ennio Morricone Un Amico song playing before the screen goes black. That's a blast. It's my 2nd favourite track on the CD. I'm very confident till Saturday's screening. ;D
uhm, actually I'm not so sure anymore where exactly it plays. I hope to correct the text after I've seen the movie again this weekend....


by the way, we're giving away 2 copies of the David Bowie single, stay tuned

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Post by roulette67 » Thu Aug 20, 2009 8:49 am

Sebastian wrote:win the David Bowie vinyl:

http://www.tarantino.info/2009/08/20/ba ... wie-vinyl/

Woo hoo! Cool contest. Thanks Seb.
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Post by katekamikaze » Fri Aug 21, 2009 2:21 pm

delvis_crasho wrote:
Great review, Sebastian.

I listened to the entire soundtrack on my drive into work today & I found myself, like I always do when listening to QT's soundtracks, feeling cool & detached; his soundtracks have a way of taking you to a different time & place. Only QT could sequence a song by Jacques Loussier together with a Bowie song.

I have yet to see the movie (midnight showing tomorrow night!), & I can't even imagine how it will all look when put to this music. My favorite of all of 'em is probably "One Silver Dollar."

Can't wait.

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Thats one hell of a drive you must do each day ;)

Loved the soundtrack, but it didnt excite me -a self-professed muso- the way his soundtracks normally do...aside from the bowie track, there were'nt as many hidden gems- yknow, tracks where you go 'what is THIS?! wow!'
It seemed more score-based with the morricone stuff, which worked beautifully, but I would have preferred more stand out tracks.
Also, am I right in that this is the first soundtrack with no quotes from the film?

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Post by Ify » Fri Aug 21, 2009 2:45 pm

katekamikaze wrote:
delvis_crasho wrote:
Great review, Sebastian.

I listened to the entire soundtrack on my drive into work today & I found myself, like I always do when listening to QT's soundtracks, feeling cool & detached; his soundtracks have a way of taking you to a different time & place. Only QT could sequence a song by Jacques Loussier together with a Bowie song.

I have yet to see the movie (midnight showing tomorrow night!), & I can't even imagine how it will all look when put to this music. My favorite of all of 'em is probably "One Silver Dollar."

Can't wait.

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Thats one hell of a drive you must do each day ;)

Loved the soundtrack, but it didnt excite me -a self-professed muso- the way his soundtracks normally do...aside from the bowie track, there were'nt as many hidden gems- yknow, tracks where you go 'what is THIS?! wow!'
It seemed more score-based with the morricone stuff, which worked beautifully, but I would have preferred more stand out tracks.
Also, am I right in that this is the first soundtrack with no quotes from the film?
That's a very interesting point you bring up. I noticed how IB doesn't really have any quotable dialogue, which is quite unlike QT. I was thinking this was intentional on his part. And yeah, I just realised that there isn't any dialogue on the Original Soundtrack, so he must be purposefully moving away from that. Certainly, when it comes to dialogue, IB is a much more serious piece of writing than any of his other films.

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Post by katekamikaze » Fri Aug 21, 2009 3:07 pm

Ify wrote:
katekamikaze wrote:
delvis_crasho wrote:
Great review, Sebastian.

I listened to the entire soundtrack on my drive into work today & I found myself, like I always do when listening to QT's soundtracks, feeling cool & detached; his soundtracks have a way of taking you to a different time & place. Only QT could sequence a song by Jacques Loussier together with a Bowie song.

I have yet to see the movie (midnight showing tomorrow night!), & I can't even imagine how it will all look when put to this music. My favorite of all of 'em is probably "One Silver Dollar."

Can't wait.

-dELVIS-
Thats one hell of a drive you must do each day ;)

Loved the soundtrack, but it didnt excite me -a self-professed muso- the way his soundtracks normally do...aside from the bowie track, there were'nt as many hidden gems- yknow, tracks where you go 'what is THIS?! wow!'
It seemed more score-based with the morricone stuff, which worked beautifully, but I would have preferred more stand out tracks.
Also, am I right in that this is the first soundtrack with no quotes from the film?
That's a very interesting point you bring up. I noticed how IB doesn't really have any quotable dialogue, which is quite unlike QT. I was thinking this was intentional on his part. And yeah, I just realised that there isn't any dialogue on the Original Soundtrack, so he must be purposefully moving away from that. Certainly, when it comes to dialogue, IB is a much more serious piece of writing than any of his other films.
I can imagine its because a lot of the dialogue is in German and French with subtitles...not that quotes in another language would put me off...In The Mood For Love being a good example of a favourite soundtrack of mine with Mandarin quotes.

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Re: The Music / Soundtrack

Post by VikingWithNoName » Fri Aug 21, 2009 6:56 pm

Lots of new songs in this final cut of the movie, it will be a hell to find them, but also alot of fun. I already got one.

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Post by RatQuiRit » Fri Aug 21, 2009 6:59 pm

VikingWithNoName wrote:Lots of new songs in this final cut of the movie, it will be a hell to find them, but also alot of fun. I already got one.
Vicking, I name you the Tune Hunter. I think you should like that nickname, precisely because you've earned it :D
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Re: The Music / Soundtrack

Post by VikingWithNoName » Fri Aug 21, 2009 7:20 pm

RatQuiRit wrote:
VikingWithNoName wrote:Lots of new songs in this final cut of the movie, it will be a hell to find them, but also alot of fun. I already got one.
Vicking, I name you the Tune Hunter. I think you should like that nickname, precisely because you've earned it :D

Thanks, but it's Viking. Spelled with just K and not CK. ;)

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Post by delvis_crasho » Fri Aug 21, 2009 7:46 pm

VikingWithNoName wrote:Lots of new songs in this final cut of the movie, it will be a hell to find them, but also alot of fun. I already got one.
& you're not going to share?

No trust! No deal!


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Post by VikingWithNoName » Fri Aug 21, 2009 7:58 pm

Ofcourse i am going to share. I know the position of most of the first line up of songs and i am putting togheter a complete soundtrack in order list, but i must know all the songs to do that. I am not going to post that until most of the forum members have seen the movie, but all the uncomfirmed songs on the soundtrack exept "What did i Say?" i can confirme. :angel:
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All these i am 100% sure of being in the movie:
L'incontro Con La Figlia: Ennio Morricone (from the film The Return of Ringo)
Il Mercenario (Reprisa): Ennio Morricone (from the film Il Mercenario)
Algiers, November 1954 (from the film The Battle of Algiers)
Bath Attack: Charles Bernstein (from the film The Entity)
Mystic and Severe: Ennio Morricone (from the film Death Rides A Horse)
The Devil's Rumble: Mike Curb/The Arrows (from the film Devil's Angels)
Zulus: Elmer Bernstein (from the film Zulu Dawn)

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Post by delvis_crasho » Fri Aug 21, 2009 8:01 pm

VikingWithNoName wrote:Ofcourse i am going to share. I know the position of most of the first line up of songs and i am putting togheter a complete soundtrack in order list, but i must know all the songs to do that. I am not going to post that until most of the forum members have seen the movie, but all the uncomfirmed songs on the soundtrack exept "What did i Say?" i can confirme. :angel:
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Well put.

I will eagerly await your track listing. I'm especially curious if anyone can track down the tune when the Basterds "recruit" Hugo.


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Re: The Music / Soundtrack

Post by VikingWithNoName » Fri Aug 21, 2009 8:10 pm

I have it. We can make somekind of a deal about it.

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Post by Lone Mutt » Sat Aug 22, 2009 3:49 am

I tried to write down the song titles but the credits were really fast, I did catch one with anther by Jacques Loussier and the name had "Fight" in it. I didn't really hear Bath Attack, but If it was when Hans comes behind Shosanna, it sounds much different than the version I had... although I was too into the movie to even really tell.

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¤Lone¤Mutt¤ wrote:I tried to write down the song titles but the credits were really fast, I did catch one with anther by Jacques Loussier and the name had "Fight" in it. I didn't really hear Bath Attack, but If it was when Hans comes behind Shosanna, it sounds much different than the version I had... although I was too into the movie to even really tell.
I have that version. Wanna trade?

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Re: The Music / Soundtrack

Post by Stefan Andersson » Sat Aug 22, 2009 4:20 pm

Hi all!
Can someone please list which music plays in which scene? I recognize Green Leaves of Summer, the end credits piece (Rabbia e Tarantella) and Cat People. Slaughter is the Stiglitz guitar sting, right?

Is the Dark of the Sun the only music added to the Cannes print? What music got pulled from the Cannes print?

Thanks!

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Post by VikingWithNoName » Sat Aug 22, 2009 5:29 pm

Stefan Andersson wrote:Hi all!
Can someone please list which music plays in which scene? I recognize Green Leaves of Summer, the end credits piece (Rabbia e Tarantella) and Cat People. Slaughter is the Stiglitz guitar sting, right?

Is the Dark of the Sun the only music added to the Cannes print? What music got pulled from the Cannes print?

Thanks!
No music got pulled, but many many was added. I am working on such a list you are asking for but must know the names of the new songs to do it. And you are right about Slaughter.

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Post by Lone Mutt » Sat Aug 22, 2009 7:47 pm

You was right bout The Meeting with The Daughter, it was used when they kill the family under the floor, and couldn't been used at a better scene.

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Post by Stiglitz Lombardi » Sat Aug 22, 2009 9:07 pm

Anybody have any idea what the theme was that was playing, right after Aldo asks Hirschberg to bring the Nazi (who soon gets beaten by Donny) over to him. The Nazi soldier walks, it is in slow motion, and all the Basterds are watching. It sounds like an Ennio Morricone theme, with the guitar and such, but isn't on the soundtrack. Has anybody got any clue what that theme is?

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Post by VikingWithNoName » Sat Aug 22, 2009 9:32 pm

Stiglitz Lombardi wrote:Anybody have any idea what the theme was that was playing, right after Aldo asks Hirschberg to bring the Nazi (who soon gets beaten by Donny) over to him. The Nazi soldier walks, it is in slow motion, and all the Basterds are watching. It sounds like an Ennio Morricone theme, with the guitar and such, but isn't on the soundtrack. Has anybody got any clue what that theme is?
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Post by Stiglitz Lombardi » Sat Aug 22, 2009 9:34 pm

No that plays first, and then it comes to an end as Aldo Raine says, "Hirschberg bring that...something something...over" then another great theme kicks in, whislt the Nazi is walking in slow motion. Its just a very bad ass Guitar piece. With what I believe is piano in the background.

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Post by Bob Rock » Sat Aug 22, 2009 9:59 pm

Morricone's Amico is playing when Zoller shoots Shosanna. One of my favorite scenes in the movie. When I first found out QT was gonna use the song I downloaded The whole movie. It's pretty good, but the first five minutes, accompanied by Amico, are really moving. Here:
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Post by Stiglitz Lombardi » Sat Aug 22, 2009 10:42 pm

I've found that great theme. Here it is, this is in Basterds too. However, I think in Basterds, it is a guitar instead of a flute or something: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfdF0x68r10 During the scene where Hirschberg leads the Nazi soldier out, to Aldo Raine!

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Re: The Music / Soundtrack

Post by Big Fok » Sun Aug 23, 2009 1:41 am

Hello,
I'm new to this forum and forums in general. I'm working on a complete track list and am a few songs short. Anyone?

01 The Green Leaves of Summer
02 The Verdict (Dopo La Condanna)
03 *??? (Landa Murders Dreyfus Family)*
04 White Lightning (Main Title)
05 *L'incontro Con La Figlia ??? (Basterds In Ditch)*
06 Slaughter
07 Algiers, November 1954
08 The Surrender (La Resa)
09 White Lightning (Main Title)
10 One Silver Dollar (Un Dollaro Bucato)
11 White Lightning (Reprise)
12 *??? (Music In Restaurant)*
13 Bath Attack
14 *??? (Music During Samuel L Jackson Narration)*
15 *??? (Music During Stiglitz/Hicox Scene)*
16 Davon Geht Die Welt Nicht Unter
17 The Man With The Big Sombrero
18 Ich Wollt Ich Waer Ein Huhn
19 Dark Of The Sun (Main Theme)
20 Cat People (Putting Out The Fire)
21 Mystic & Severe
22 The Devil's Rumble
23 *??? (Drums Shoshanna/Marcel)*
24 *??? (Marcel Locking Up)*
25 Tiger Tank
26 Un Amico
27 Rabbia e Tarantella

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Post by ellistrellis » Sun Aug 23, 2009 2:10 am

Big Fok wrote:Hello,
I'm new to this forum and forums in general. I'm working on a complete track list and am a few songs short. Anyone?

01 The Green Leaves of Summer
02 The Verdict (Dopo La Condanna)
03 *??? (Landa Murders Dreyfus Family)*
04 White Lightning (Main Title)
05 *L'incontro Con La Figlia ??? (Basterds In Ditch)*
06 Slaughter
07 Algiers, November 1954
08 The Surrender (La Resa)
09 White Lightning (Main Title)
10 One Silver Dollar (Un Dollaro Bucato)
11 White Lightning (Reprise)
12 *??? (Music In Restaurant)*
13 Bath Attack
14 *??? (Music During Samuel L Jackson Narration)*
15 *??? (Music During Stiglitz/Hicox Scene)*
16 Davon Geht Die Welt Nicht Unter
17 The Man With The Big Sombrero
18 Ich Wollt Ich Waer Ein Huhn
19 Dark Of The Sun (Main Theme)
20 Cat People (Putting Out The Fire)
21 Mystic & Severe
22 The Devil's Rumble
23 *??? (Drums Shoshanna/Marcel)*
24 *??? (Marcel Locking Up)*
25 Tiger Tank
26 Un Amico
27 Rabbia e Tarantella
Complete soundtrack listing (plus songs not on the official soundtrack):

* The Green Leaves of Summer – Nick Perito – From the movie The Alamo
* The Verdict – Ennio Morricone – From the movie The Big Gundown
* L’incontro Con La Figlia – Ennio Morricone – From the movie The Return of Ringo
* White Lightning – Charles Bernstein – From the movie White Lightning
* Il Mercenario (Reprisa) - Ennio Morricone – From the movie Il Mercenario
* Slaughter - Billy Preston – From the movie Slaughter
* Algiers, November 1954 – Ennio Morricone & Gillo Pontecorvo – From the movie The Battle of Algiers
* The Surrender (La resa) – Ennio Morricone – From the movie The Big Gundown
* One Silver Dollar (Un Dollaro Bucato) – Gianni Ferrio – From the movie Blood for a Silver Dollar
* Bath Attack – Charles Bernstein – From the movie The Entity
* Davon geht die Welt nicht unter – Zarah Leander – From the movie Die große Liebe
* The Man With The Big Sombrero – June Havoc – From the movie Hi Diddle Diddle
* Ich wollt ich wär ein Huhn – Lilian Harvey and Willy Fritsch – From the movie Glückskinder
* Main Theme From Dark of the Sun – Jacques Loussier – From the movie Dark of the Sun
* Cat People (Putting Out Fire) – David Bowie – From the movie Cat People
* Mystic and Severe – Ennio Morricone – From the movie Death Rides a Horse
* The Devil’s Rumble – Mike Curb and The Arrows – From the movie Devil’s Angels
* Zulus – Elmer Bernstein – From the movie Zulu Dawn
* Tiger Tank – Lalo Schifrin – From the movie Kelly’s Heroes
* Un Amico – Ennio Morricone – From the movie Revolver
* Eastern Condors – Sherman Chow Gam – Cheung – From the movie Eastern Condors
* Rabbia e Tarantella – Ennio Morricone – From the movie Allonsanfàn

I've been looking for L'Incontro Con La Figlia, Bath Attack, The Devil's Rumble, Zulus, and Eastern Condors to add to the official soundtrack that I already have. Anyone know where they can be found?

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Re: The Music / Soundtrack

Post by VikingWithNoName » Sun Aug 23, 2009 11:39 am

ellistrellis wrote:
Big Fok wrote:Hello,
I'm new to this forum and forums in general. I'm working on a complete track list and am a few songs short. Anyone?

01 The Green Leaves of Summer
02 The Verdict (Dopo La Condanna)
03 *??? (Landa Murders Dreyfus Family)*
04 White Lightning (Main Title)
05 *L'incontro Con La Figlia ??? (Basterds In Ditch)*
06 Slaughter
07 Algiers, November 1954
08 The Surrender (La Resa)
09 White Lightning (Main Title)
10 One Silver Dollar (Un Dollaro Bucato)
11 White Lightning (Reprise)
12 *??? (Music In Restaurant)*
13 Bath Attack
14 *??? (Music During Samuel L Jackson Narration)*
15 *??? (Music During Stiglitz/Hicox Scene)*
16 Davon Geht Die Welt Nicht Unter
17 The Man With The Big Sombrero
18 Ich Wollt Ich Waer Ein Huhn
19 Dark Of The Sun (Main Theme)
20 Cat People (Putting Out The Fire)
21 Mystic & Severe
22 The Devil's Rumble
23 *??? (Drums Shoshanna/Marcel)*
24 *??? (Marcel Locking Up)*
25 Tiger Tank
26 Un Amico
27 Rabbia e Tarantella
WARNING!!! SPOILERS!!!

Almost complete soundtrack in order:

1. The Green Leaves of Summer-Nick Perito
-Opening Credits

2. The Verdict(La Condanna)-Ennio Morricone
-Hans Landa arrives

3.L'incontro Con La Figlia-Ennio Morricone
-Hans Landa kills Shosanna's family

4.White Lightning (Main Title)-Charles Bernstein
-Butz is taken to Hitler
-Played at the end of Chapter 2 and at the beginning of Chapter 3

5. Il Mercinaro (Ripresa)-Ennio Morricone
-Nazi scalping

6.Ricciolo-Ennio Morricone?
-Werner is taken to Aldo

7.Slaughter-Billy Preston
-Presentation of Hugo Stilitz
-Hugo's flashback

8.Algiers November 1, 1954-Ennio Morricone
-The basterds liberates Hugo

9.La Resa-Ennio Morricone
-Donny kills Werner

10.One Silver Dollar (Un Dollaro Bucato)-The Film Studio Orchestra
-Heard at the cafe Shosanna visits

11.White Lightning-Charles Bernstein
-The Nazis take Shosanna with them

12.Davon Geht Die Welt Nicht Unter-Zarah Leander
-Music In Restaurant
-Heard at La Louisiane

13.Bath Attack-Charles Bernstein
-Shosanna sees Hans Landa

14.First Appearance-Jacques Loussier
-The narrator tells us about nitrate film

15.The Man With The Big Sombrero-Samantha Shelton And Michael Andrew
-Heard at La Louisiane

16.Ich Wollt Ich Waer Ein Huhn-Lilian Harvey & Willy Fritson
-Heard at La Louisiane

17.Dark Of The Sun(Main Theme)-Jacques Loussier
-Played then The Basterd has put their plan togheter

18.Cat People (Putting Out The Fire)-David Bowie
-Shosanna prepares for her revange

19.Mystic And Severe-Ennio Morricone
-Played then Hans Landa walks up to Aldo and Bridget von Hammersmark

20.The Devil's Rumble-Mike Curb/The Arrows
-Donny and Omar enters the auditorium

21.Zulus-Elmer Bernstein
-Played then Marcel has looked the final door and takes his place behind the screen

22.Tiger Tank-Lalo Schifrin
-Frederick leaves the auditorium and goes to Shosanna

23.Un Amico-Ennio Morricone
-Played then Shosanna repents shooting Frederick only to get killed by him her self

24.Eastern Condors-Sherman Chow Gam–Cheung
-Omar kills one of the guards

25.Rabbia E Tarantella-Ennio Morricone
-Closing Credits

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Re: The Music / Soundtrack

Post by bigbeard60 » Sun Aug 23, 2009 12:27 pm

Thx for the full detailed playlist. First when i bought the CD 1 Week ago, i thought to myself that cd is some kind of a minor done job but now after seeing the movie the music lives with the scenes. as always its great. i hope that a CE comes out sometimes.

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