Alan Reeves, Phil Steele, Philip Brigham - The Chase.
I really loved this song. Really. It fit so perfectly when Elle was driving with a sinister smile and a Black Mamba in the money bag. But I didn't buy the soundtrack. I don't know why, I just didn't. But I will.
Well, yesterday, it was just yesterday when I bought Pink Floyd album Saucerful of Secrets. I am a fanatic, I love Pink Floyd, I've got 2Gbs of their live music. And I just put the headphones on and begun listening. Oh god! The first track "Let There Be More Light" started just like The Chase. I had no idea of the song Tarantino used. I played it again and again and I WAS SURE - that's the song. Just not so developed. So I looked this morning and found out that the song is The Chase. In Amazon.com you can listen to music samples. I listened to The Chase. And to Pink Floyd. JUST LISTEN. IT'S ALMOST THE SAME GODDAMN SONG!
I really hoped it would be Pink Floyd. They're just so cool. And I am sure it's Reeves, Steele and Brigham who copied the idea and music, because "Let There Be More Light" has been made in 1968. Pretty old. I have no time, I'll check to make sure. But PLEASE listen and say what you think about it!!!!!!!!!!!
By the way Andrew Lloyd Webber made Phantom of the Opera with a great influence of Pink Floyd "Echoes". That's a fact.