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Death Proof AMI Jukebox (Playlist, etc)

Post by Andrew86 » Wed May 09, 2007 7:22 am

Here it is according to the Grind House: The Sleaze Filled Saga of an Exploitation Double Feature"

Isaac Hayes - Theme From Shaft / Ellie's Love Theme
Barry White - You're The First, the Last, My Everything / Can't Get Enough
Bob Dylan - George Jackson (Acoustic) / George Jackson (Big Band)
Stevie Wonder - Lately / If It's Magic
The Chi-Lights - Have You Seen Her / Oh Girl
The T.H.P. Orchestra - Theme from S.W.A.T. pt. 1 / Oh Girl
Stevie Wonder - I Ain't Gonna Stand for It / Knocks Me Off My Seat
Bloodstone - Natural High / This Thing is Heavy
Don McLean - American Pie pt. 1 / American Pie pt. 2
The Sweet - Little Willy / Man from Mecca
The Isley Brothers - Take Me to the Next Phase pt. 1 / Take Me to the Next Phase pt. 2
The Miracles – Love Machine pt. 1 / Love Machines Pt. 2
Bob Dylan – Subterranean Homesick Blues / She Belongs to Me
Honey Cone – Stick Up / V.I.P.
Earth, Wind & Fire – Shining Star / Yearning, Learning
Amii Stewart – Knock on Wood / When You Are Beautiful
Honey Cone – Wan & Ed’s / We Belong Together
Kool & the Gang – Hollywood Swinger / Jungle Boogie
Bob Dylan - Band of the Hand / Theme From Joe's Death
The Sweet - Wig Wam-Bam / New York Connection
Friends of Distinction - Grazing in the Grass / I Really Hope You Do
Marvin Gaye - Trouble Man / Don't Mess with Mr. T
Bob Dylan - Stuck Inside of mobile with the Memphis Blues Again / Rita May
Pacific Gas and Electric - Are You Ready? / Staggolee
Donna Summer - Love to Love You Baby / Need-A-Man Blues


Michael Zager Band - Let's All Chant / Love Express
Santa Esmeralda - Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood / You're My Everything
Jigsaw - Sky High / Brand New Love Affair
George Baker Selection - Little Green Bag / Pretty Little Dreamer
The Sweet - Blockbuster / Need a Lot of Lovin'
Eddie Floyd - Good Love, Bad Love / Things Get Better
Joe Tex - The Love You Save (Maybe Your Own) / If Sugar was as Sweet as You
Bob Dylan - Gotta Serve Somebody (Long Version) / Gotta Serve Somebody (Short Version)
Dick Dale - Miserlou / Eight Till Midnight
Lee Williams - They Told a Lie / I'm Tore Up
William Bell - Formula of Love / You Don't Miss Your Water
Dinah Washington - Mad About the Boy / Stormy Weather
The Box Tops - Cry Like a Baby / The Door You Closed to Me
The Checkmates, Ltd. - Black Pearl / Lazy Susan
The Sweet - Fox On the Run / Miss Demeanor
The Delfonics - Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time) / La-La Means I love You
Brothers Johnson - Get the Funk Outta My Face / Tomorrow
Bob Dylan - Hurricane pt. 1 / Hurricane pt. 2
Abba - Waterloo / Watch Out
T. Rex - Jeepster / Life's a Gas
Melanie - What Have They Done to my Song Ma? / Ruby Tuesday
Commander Cody - Hot Rod Lincoln / Beat Me Daddy Eight to the Bar
Robert Mitchum - Thunder Road / The Tip of My Fingers
Dean Martin - Rio Bravo / My Rifle My Pony and Me
Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - Hold Tight / You Know What I Want

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Re: AMI'S complete Playlist from Death Proof

Post by Col. Crazy Kenneth » Wed May 09, 2007 9:35 am

The Chi-Lights - Have You Seen Her / Oh Girl
Robert Mitchum - Thunder Road / The Tip of My Fingers

i think that's "Chi-Lites". Oh Girl is a great song! truly fantastic.
And wtf? Robert Mitchum sings?
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Re: AMI'S complete Playlist from Death Proof

Post by Sebastian » Sat May 12, 2007 10:30 am

so did Dean Martin, remember Rio Bravo?

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Re: AMI'S complete Playlist from Death Proof

Post by Col. Crazy Kenneth » Sat May 12, 2007 3:56 pm

Sebastian wrote: so did Dean Martin, remember Rio Bravo?
Yeah but we all know Martin was a singer slash actor, i never knew Mitchum sang too. I guess he was pulling a Lee Marvin, haha.
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Re: AMI'S complete Playlist from Death Proof

Post by Laydback » Sat May 12, 2007 6:17 pm

Is this music they were listening to while making the movie or something?

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Re: AMI'S complete Playlist from Death Proof

Post by Sebastian » Sat May 12, 2007 10:56 pm

this is AMI's playlist. AMI is quentin's personal jukebox from his house that they brought to the set. you can see it in Death Proof.

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Re: AMI'S complete Playlist from Death Proof

Post by jep87 » Wed May 16, 2007 6:58 pm

I want to collect all of the tracks to put on my iPod. Does anyone else want to help?

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Post by Jjp » Wed May 16, 2007 8:59 pm

most of them are pretty popular songs and should be found easily .

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Re: AMI'S complete Playlist from Death Proof

Post by Sylvia » Fri May 18, 2007 9:18 am

Wow! Thank you!
This is really interesting!  ;)
BUt where have you find this list? In the Grind House companion book?

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Re: AMI'S complete Playlist from Death Proof

Post by Sebastian » Sun May 20, 2007 12:53 am

yes. buy it!! lol

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Re: AMI'S complete Playlist from Death Proof

Post by Sylvia » Sun May 20, 2007 10:36 am

I already ordered it!
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Re: AMI'S complete Playlist from Death Proof

Post by Andrew86 » Mon Jun 11, 2007 8:21 am

It would appear that Honey Cone's "Wan & Ed's/ We Belong Together" was incorrectly listed seeing how after some perusing online, I could only come up with "Want Ad's / We Belong together." as a a/B side single.

Weird error if so, lovin' this playlist.

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Re: AMI'S complete Playlist from Death Proof

Post by Cpt tonyanthony » Mon Jun 11, 2007 11:19 am

Crazy_Hattori wrote: Yeah but we all know Martin was a singer slash actor, i never knew Mitchum sang too. I guess he was pulling a Lee Marvin, haha.
he did a couple of albums.. he did a fantastic cover of Sunny and the Ballad of thunderoad from the movie thunderoad is amazing!

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Re: AMI'S complete Playlist from Death Proof

Post by Cpt tonyanthony » Mon Jun 11, 2007 11:33 am

Crazy_Hattori wrote: Yeah but we all know Martin was a singer slash actor, i never knew Mitchum sang too. I guess he was pulling a Lee Marvin, haha.
first and foremost dean martin was a singer!

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Post by ToothpickVicVega » Mon Jun 11, 2007 11:51 am

Now you know what QTs listening to at home cuz thats his jukebox. :)
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Re: AMI'S complete Playlist from Death Proof

Post by Cpt tonyanthony » Fri Jun 15, 2007 9:25 pm

Andrew86 wrote: Here it is according to the Grind House: The Sleaze Filled Saga of an Exploitation Double Feature"

Abba - Waterloo / Watch Out

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ahahahah he has a fucking abba record.. i mean he has nothing but goodies here but ABBA?? does he ever plays it to score with chicks? hope not

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Re: AMI'S complete Playlist from Death Proof

Post by Bad Max » Fri Jul 13, 2007 2:05 pm

awesome collection of songs, The ABBA songs are two of the few songs I like by them  :P
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That jukebox!!!

Post by kingo gondo » Sat Sep 22, 2007 6:47 am

WOW!!!

The complete list of songs contained in the jukebox is as follows: 01. Isaac Hayes - Theme from Shaft / Ellie's Love Theme (From Shaft (1971)) 02. Barry White - You're the First, the Last, My Everything / Can't Get Enough 03. Bob Dylan - George Jackson (Acoustic) / George Jackson (Big Band) 04. Stevie Wonder - Lately / If It's Magic 05. The Chi-Lites - Have You Seen Her / Oh Girl 06. The THP Orchestra - Theme from S.W.A.T., Pt. 1 / Oh Girl 07. Stevie Wonder - I Ain't Gonna Stand for It / Knocks Me off My Feet 08. Bloodstone - Natural High / This Thing is Heavy ("Natural High" is heard in Jackie Brown (1997)) 09. Don McLean - American Pie, Pt. 1 / American Pie, Pt. 2 10. The Sweet - Little Willy / Man from Mecca 11. The Isley Brothers - Take Me to the Next Phase, Pt. 1 / Take Me to the Next Phase, Pt. 2 12. The Miracles - Love Machine, Pt. 1 / Love Machine, Pt. 2 13. Bob Dylan - Subterranean Homesick Blues / She Belongs to Me 14. Honey Cone - Stick Up / V.I.P. 15. Earth Wind & Fire - Shining Star / Yearning, Learning 16. Amii Stewart - Knock on Wood / When You Are Beautiful 17. Honey Cone - Want Ads / We Belong Together 18. Kool & The Gang - Hollywood Swinging / Jungle Boogie ("Jungle Boogie" is heard in Pulp Fiction (1994)) 19. Bob Dylan - Band of the Hand / Theme from Joe's Death (From Band of the Hand (1986)) 20. The Sweet - Wig-Wam-Bam / New York Connection 21. The Friends of Distinction - Grazing in the Grass / I Really Hope You Do 22. Marvin Gaye - Trouble Man / Don't Mess With Mr. T (From Trouble Man (1972)) 23. Bob Dylan - Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again / Rita May 24. Pacific Gas & Electric - Are You Ready? / Staggolee ("Staggolee" is heard in Death Proof (2007)) 25. Donna Summer - Love to Love you Baby / Need-A-Man Blues 26. Michael Zager Band - Let's All Chant / Love Express 27. Santa Esmeralda - Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood / You're My Everything ("Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" is heard in Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003)) 28. Jigsaw - Sky High / Brand New Love Affair 29. George Baker Selection - Little Green Bag / Pretty Little Dreamer ("Little Green Bag" is heard in Reservoir Dogs (1992)) 30. The Sweet - Blockbuster / Need a Lot of Lovin' 31. Eddie Floyd - Good Love, Bad Love / Things Get Better ("Good Love, Bad Love" is heard in Death Proof (2007)) 32. Joe Tex - The Love You Save / If Sugar Was as Sweet as You ("The Love You Save" is heard in Death Proof (2007)) 33. Bob Dylan - Gotta Serve Somebody (Long Version) / Gotta Serve Somebody (Short Version) 34. Dick Dale - Misirlou / Eight Till Midnight ("Miserlou" is heard in Pulp Fiction (1994)) 35. Lee Williams - They Told a Lie / I'm Tore Up 36. William Bell - Formula of Love / You Don't Miss Your Water 37. Dinah Washington - Mad About the Boy / Stormy Weather 38. The Box Tops - Cry Like a Baby / The Door You Closed to Me 39. The Checkmates, Ltd. - Black Pearl / Lazy Susan 40. The Sweet - Fox on the Run / Miss Demeanor 41. The Delfonics - Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time) / La-La Means I Love You ("Didn't I" is heard in Jackie Brown (1997)) 42. Brothers Johnson - Get the Funk Outta Ma Face / Tomorrow 43. Bob Dylan - Hurricane, Pt. 1 / Hurricane, Pt. 2 44. Abba - Waterloo / Watch Out 45. T. Rex - Jeepster / Life's a Gas ("Jeepster" is heard in Death Proof (2007)) 46. Melanie - What Have They Done to My Song Ma? / Ruby Tuesday 47. Commander Cody - Hot Rod Lincoln / Beat Me Daddy Eight to the Bar 48. 'Robert Mitchum (I)' - The Ballad of Thunder Road / The Tip of My Fingers ("Ballad" is the theme from Thunder Road (1958)) 49. Dean Martin - Rio Bravo / My Rifle My Pony and Me (From Rio Bravo (1959)) 50. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - Hold Tight! / You Know What I Want ("Hold Tight" is heard in Death Proof (2007))

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Re: That jukebox!!!

Post by Laydback » Sat Sep 22, 2007 7:31 am

Arghh! Goin' blind! Dizzying paragraph!

But yeah, the list was already posted a couple months back somewhere in this board. I remember there was brief convo about Robert Mitchum's singing.
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Re: That jukebox!!!

Post by LadySnow » Sun Sep 23, 2007 5:35 am

WOW! Seriously Wow! Did QT ever say where he got his fabulous jukebox?  I vaguely remember him in a documentary with Fiona Apple  where he offers an explanation. I think it's posted on youtube.

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Re: That jukebox!!!

Post by Knoxville Kingpin » Sun Sep 23, 2007 6:57 am

No Dr Hook? What kinda shit is that?
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Re: That jukebox!!!

Post by cyber-lili » Sun Sep 23, 2007 4:22 pm

Crazy work to list every song but awesome to get them all down now. Thx  8)
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Re: That jukebox!!!

Post by MarQe » Sun Nov 25, 2007 6:42 pm

I'm just 15 mp3's short of compiling the whole list of 100. If anyone wants to get them I'm on Soulseek as bomber2012. Be even nicer if you could upload me the following which at time of writing are the ones I need !!!  8) 

06. The THP Orchestra - #### / Oh Girl 
08. Bloodstone - #######/ This Thing is Heavy 
14. Honey Cone - ####### / V.I.P.
15. Earth Wind & Fire - ######r / Yearning, Learning
19. Bob Dylan -######## / Theme from Joe's Death (From Band of
the Hand (1986))
21. The Friends of Distinction - ####### / I Really Hope You Do
27. Santa Esmeralda - ######### / You're My Everything 
28. Jigsaw -  / Brand New Love Affair
29. George Baker Selection -  / Pretty
Little Dreamer
32. Joe Tex -########### / If Sugar Was as Sweet as You 
4. Dick Dale -########### / Eight Till Midnight
35. Lee Williams - They Told a Lie / I'm Tore Up
38. The Box Tops - ######## / The Door You Closed to Me
39. The Checkmates, Ltd. -####### / Lazy Susan 
48. 'Robert Mitchum (I)' - ######### / The Tip of My Fingers 

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Re: That jukebox!!!

Post by Bad Max » Wed Nov 28, 2007 8:50 am

I just heared from a friend that has a friend that works in a music store, that Quentin wanted to buy the stores jukebox but they didn't wanna sell it. It could have ended up in Death Proof, maybe? There's always stories about Quentin and swedish music store when he's here, he must love our stores  :P
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Re: That jukebox!!!

Post by roulette67 » Thu Nov 29, 2007 11:25 am

OMG I've got quite a few of those songs already. some, are a mystery to me. oh well, I guess the hunt is on. yee haw!
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Re: That jukebox!!!

Post by Lucio Fulci » Thu Nov 29, 2007 9:25 pm

Needs more Amy Lee.


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Re: Death Proof AMI Jukebox (Playlist, etc)

Post by Cpt tonyanthony » Mon Oct 06, 2008 12:14 pm

buying a juke box is easy and quite cheap.. it's filling the machine with good 45s that's hard..!

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Re: Death Proof AMI Jukebox (Playlist, etc)

Post by Ordell Rodriguez » Wed Apr 08, 2009 7:09 am

tonyanthony wrote: buying a juke box is easy and quite cheap.. it's filling the machine with good 45s that's hard..!
Really? Thought it was verse a vice. Where could you get one where it'd be easy and cheap?
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Re: Death Proof AMI Jukebox (Playlist, etc)

Post by VikingWithNoName » Wed Apr 08, 2009 9:57 am

Ordell Rodriguez wrote: Really? Thought it was verse a vice. Where could you get one where it'd be easy and cheap?
I saw one in a suspious pawn shop in down town Stockholm.
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