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Dream Sound


#1

That whould according to you be the best soundtrack for Inglourius Basterds?

Make a list with a song for each key scene(no spoilers please) and opening/ending credits.


#2

thats sounds like work but I might just do it if i get bored one day. I’ll post it for you if I do. Could be fun. It would obviously open to the tune of My Sherona and close to the sounds of an awesome surfer song! (Just kidding.)


#3

[quote=“Ordell Rodriguez”]
thats sounds like work but I might just do it if i get bored one day. I’ll post it for you if I do. Could be fun. It would obviously open to the tune of My Sherona and close to the sounds of an awesome surfer song! (Just kidding.)
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My sherona!! Thanks! That’s the name of the song i looked for!


#4

My “dream soundtrack”:



Attack on Iron Coast

The killing of Shosannna’s family



Mucchino Selvaggio-Ennio Morricone

Main Titles



Das Boot Main Theme-Klaus Doldinger

Nazi-scalping



Escale-Edith Piaf

Played in tavern



La Petit Monsieur Triste-Edith Piaf

It don’t mean a thing (If it ain’t Got That Swing)-Duke Ellington and

Sing,Sing,Sing-Benny Godman, Billy Banks & Janis Siedel

Heard in Paris



Adio Cornnello-Ennio Morricone

Shosanna’s theme



Calling The Hatefull Bitch-Robert Rodriguez

The nazi-leaders enters the cinema



Climbing Navarone-Dimitri Tiomkin

Preparing "Operation Kino"



Il Culpo-Ennio Morricone

Before the final shoot-out



Il Triello-Ennio Morricone

Ending Credits


#5

Edith Piaf is an absolute cliché for WWII movies set in France. I’m sick of hearing her songs everytime. Not that I don’t like Edith Piaf, but it’s cliché, it’s done and overdone. Do foreigners know any other French artists from this period ?


#6

[quote=“cyber-lili”]
Edith Piaf is an absolute cliché for WWII movies set in France. I’m sick of hear her song everytime. Not that I don’t like Edith Piaf, but it’s cliché, it’s done and overdone. Do foreigners know any other French artists from this period ?
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Tell me.


#7

Tell you what ? Other French artists from this period ? Yves Montad for example who started as a music-hall singer with Piaf. And later in the 1950s there are famous singer like Jacques Brel, Charles Aznavour.


#8

[quote=“cyber-lili”]
Tell you what ? Other French artists from this period ? Yves Montad for example who started as a music-hall singer with Piaf. And later in the 1950s there are famous singer like Jacques Brel, Charles Aznavour.
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Then i replace La Petit Monsieur Triste with something of Yves Montad on my list. I picked Escale becouse i liked it.



Attack on Iron Coast

The killing of Shosannna’s family



Mucchino Selvaggio-Ennio Morricone

Main Titles



Das Boot Main Theme-Klaus Doldinger

Nazi-scalping



Escale-Edith Piaf

Played in tavern



C’est si bon-Yves Montand

It don’t mean a thing (If it ain’t Got That Swing)-Duke Ellington and

Sing,Sing,Sing-Benny Godman, Billy Banks & Janis Siedel

Heard in Paris



Adio Cornnello-Ennio Morricone

Shosanna’s theme



Calling The Hatefull Bitch-Robert Rodriguez

The nazi-leaders enters the cinema



Climbing Navarone-Dimitri Tiomkin

Preparing "Operation Kino"



Il Culpo-Ennio Morricone

Before the final shoot-out



Il Triello-Ennio Morricone

Ending Credits