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[Vol 2 OST] General Kill Bill volume 2 Soundtrack Talk

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#61

Anyone have any of these tracks? Please post if you do. I got my file sharring working hard to find them. Thanks.


#62

[quote]
do you own that on mp3? please share it[/quote]

Sorry, no mp3 yet. But that audio clip I mentioned earlier can be found here



Scroll down to Disc 2-Track 9


#63

Sorry, I think this is the wrong title. “Il tramonto” is from “The good, the bad and the ugly”. You can hear it, when Lee van Cleef’s character is introduced. It’s No. 2 on the O.S.T.

Did anyone found the tracks by Johnny Cash & Charlie Feathers?

I found various versions of “A satisfied mind” but none of Johnny Cash.


#64

[quote]Sorry, I think this is the wrong title. “Il tramonto” is from “The good, the bad and the ugly”. You can hear it, when Lee van Cleef’s character is introduced. It’s No. 2 on the O.S.T.
[/quote]

Shoot, you may be right. I tried “il tramonto” on a search and the one I posted above came up. I heard the flute and just immediately assumed that that would be Bill’s flute music. I tried a search again, and another “il tramonto” appeared. This time for Good,Bad,Ugly However, I didn’t think QT would use music from GBU because it’s too familiar. I thought he was leaning towards more obscure Spaghetti Western scores.



But who knows. We’ll just have to wait and see.


#65

[quote]the cover has just been put online. check it out[/quote]

Of course they put the cover online. People want to see what they’re going to buy.


#66

http://briefcase.yahoo.com/sharmibasu@sbcglobal.net



there are some songs



on soulseek you can find the charlie feathers song, the shivaree and some others.



unfortunately, nowhere to be found: the johnny cash song. it’s so damn rare…


#67

Yeah I can’t find that Cash song at all. I can’t even find evidence on the net that one exists. ;D Anyway I have these downloaded and shared on slsk. My name is "jmanin2"



GOODNIGHT MOON - Shivaree

IL TRAMONTO - Ennio Morricone

CAN’T HARDLY STAND IT - Charlie Feathers

TU MIRÃ? (edit) - Lole Y Manuel

MOTORCYCLE CIRCUS - Luis Bacalov

L’ARENA - Ennio Morricone

A SILHOUETTE OF DOOM - Ennio Morricone

URAMI BUSHI - Meiko Kaji



I downloaded a version “Malaguena Salerosa” that I’m sure is wrong. The right song is from here. (<LINK_TEXT text=“http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=am … 7m967okepf”>http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&uid=UIDCASS80311071014191767&sql=A9l7m967okepf</LINK_TEXT>)



Can’t find it though. Anyone have better luck?


#68

Also hard to find is "About her " by Malcolm McLaren. Does anyone know where this “chase”-thing comes from?


#69

I’m a little surprised to see Il Tramonto or Sundown in the soundtrack. It’s one of my favorite Morricone songs. But I ain’t surprised QT liked it.


#70

Is “Il Tramonto” the same song like “The Sundown” from the “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” Sioundtrack, track no. 2?


#71

1. The Johnny Cash song “a satisfied mind” exists. I found the lyrics to it. It is possible, though. that it is either a cover-song (the song also exists from various country-singers, including Bob Dylan), a song that has another name now, or a song that he performed under the name of a band he sung with.



2. About Her. I haven’t found this song on any of the available albums on Amazon. neither have i found this song ANYWHERE else.



3. The Chase. There are two movies of that name, but neither one of them lists a music composer of the names given in the tracklist.


#72

“A satisfied mind” is a 1959 country-classic by Porter Wagoner (as I found out by now). There are many cover-versions, which are very different in style and length. I can imagine how it sounds when it’s sung by Johnny. Strange though, that it’s nowhere to find.

“Il tramonto” is indeed known as “The sundown”. It would fit in well the soundtrack, because it’s played with a guitar over string chords and the soundtrack is indeed a little “flamenco-guitar driven”.

Much more recognizable is “L’arena” from “Il mercenario” with its ultra-cool whistled tune. One of my absolute favourites from Morricone. Couldn’t first believe it, that it’s actually in the movie, which I really hoped for. Thanks to QT!


#73

The Man From Okinawa, yes they’re the same song.


#74

When is “The Sundown” played in The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly? I never bought the soundtrack.


#75

At the beginning of the movie are 3 segments in which the main characters are introduced. “The sundown” is played where we see Lee van Cleef’s character “Sentenza” rides along the landscape and stops at Steven’s house to have a meal and later kill him and his family.


#76

[quote]At the beginning of the movie are 3 segments in which the main characters are introduced. “The sundown” is played where we see Lee van Cleef’s character “Sentenza” rides along the landscape and stops at Steven’s house to have a meal and later kill him and his family.[/quote]


Wow, I love that song! :D

#77

It’s a great, great peice. But isn’t Lee Van Cleef’s name, Angel Eyes?


#78

Wow, “The Sundown” is a brilliant and epic song! I love the Sentenza scene in “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” :slight_smile: !


#79

[quote]It’s a great, great peice. But isn’t Lee Van Cleef’s name, Angel Eyes?[/quote]

That’s his nickname that Tuco calls him.


#80

Right. But who calls him Setenza? The only time I remember anyone calling him anying was Angel Eyes.