[quote]Well, QT is an auteur. Hes the primary author of the films he makes.
The specific music he uses I think is not only a homage to older films/tv/music groups he loves, but to add an excitement and thematic depth to each scene.
I think whats great about the music in Reservoir Dogs for example is how most of the songs coincide with whats going on in the film. For example: Little Green Bag/the heist- bag ofdiamonds, Ã‚Â I Gotcha - the capture of Marvin, Coconut - the bellyache-Mr Oranges bloody belly wound, etc.
In Kill Bill, I think the music is a reflection on the older films that influenced each chapter. QT uses the music to bring up emotion and he also designs it to reinvent or offer us his own takes on how the themes were used previously.
Bang Bang: "he wore black and I wore white,he would always win the fight,bang Bang,he shot me down bang bang,I hit the ground"
Coincides with the bride who wears white and get's shot by someone she used to know at her wedding.
I love the intro from reservoir Dogs.After they show each dog the screen sais "are" and then ..."lookin' for some happines but there is only lonelynes to find..."