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Favorite movie with music

Discussion in 'Rock Lounge' started by billtjr51, Jun 21, 2008.

  1. billtjr51

    billtjr51 Senior Member

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    It doesn't matter if it is fiction, non-fiction, documentary or animation.

    We just need to get some activity going in the forum!

    Woodstock was outstanding and revolutionary for movies at the theatre, but there are many other great ones.
     
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    TeleCat Blackmore's Advocate

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    Heavy Metal comes to mind. Great songs from big names and lesser known bands that never hit. Plus it had a return of Grand Funk with the excellent Queen Bee.

    As far as a movie score, I love the music from Escape From New York.
     
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    billtjr51 Senior Member

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    I always liked the music from "The Graduate" (Simon and Garfunkel). The documentary "Concert for Bangladesh" was great. I was a teen and we (7 or 8 of us) took a pickup truck to a drive-in theatre and got high while we watched the movie from the back of the pickup. It was a good time, during good times. I loved the 70's.
     
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    WetWilly Whiskey Rock-A-Roller

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    The Last Waltz
     
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    Coolconman1 Humble Pie is underrated

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    Wayne's World:D
    Sahara had a great soundtrack.
     
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    usandthem Lunatic in the hall

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    The Last Waltz-No comment needed. Great performances.
    Crossroads(1986)- Excellent story about Blind Dog Fulton(Joe Senaca) and Lighting Boy Martone(Ralph Macchio) going to Mississippi to deal with the devil and the Robert Johnson legend. Great sound track featuring Ry Cooder and Steve Vai.
    Freebird the Movie-The Lynyrd Skynyrd story. Very Good.
    Pink Floyd, Pulse-Wow! Great stuff.
    Harold and Maude-Superb sound track by Cat Stevens.
     
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    dazed and confused, lets spend the night together, the last waltz, ********** blues, detroit rock city, seargent peppers lonely hearts club band
     
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    "Head" from the 1968 is one of the most pointless musical movies ever made, yet its so amusing and cool.
     
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    tomcat CRF Ex-Con

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    Saturday Night Fever.
     

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