The Best of the Quentin Tarantino Soundtracks

Exploring the best cuts on Tarantino's soundtracks.

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The fact that every single Quentin Tarantino flick is an event nothwithstanding, for audio junkies a new QT movie offers a promise we know is going to be fulfilled. QT is going to provide us with visual impact, to be sure, but he's going to fill our ears with things long since forgotten. In this regard, he's the soundtrack equivalent of Indiana Jones - going on archaeological digs to uncover relics of a past sadly forgotten.

He helped bring Dusty Springfield's masterpiece Dusty in Memphis back to the spot, gave Stealer's Wheel their credibility, sparked the reemergence of surf rock's Neptune in the form of Dick Dale's Misirlou. He showed us exactly how goddamned smooth '70s Philly soul was while pulling genuine treasures out of semi-retirement like Lalo Shifrin, Ennio Morricone and Bernard Herrmann to produce second-to-none scores, all while giving Samuel L. Jackson his career and giving Pam Grier and Robert Forster their careers back.

The Ear Candy Update isn't in the habit of making apologies for the musical selections of Duke Wilbury and we're not about to start. If you have any suggestions, bitches, gripes, complaints or praise, email the Duke right here:

Here's the track listing for this episode:
Rock Flock of Five - Steven Wright
Hooked on a Feeling - Blue Swede
Bohemiath - Steven Wright
I Gotcha - Joe Tex
I Love You, Honey Bunny - Amanda Plummer and Tim Roth
Misirlou - Dick Dale & His Del-Tones
Jack Rabbit Slim's
You Never Can Tell - Chuck Berry
Ezekial 25:17 - Samuel L. Jackson
Across 110th Sreet. - Bobby Womack
He Is He (And What Is He to You) - Bill Withers
Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time) - The Delfonics
That Certain Female - Charlie Feathers
Twisted Nerve - Bernard Herrmann
Queen of the Crime Council - Lucy Liu
Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) - Nancy Sinatra
About Her - Malcolm McLaren
Stuntman Mike - Kurt Russell & Rose McGowan
Riot in Thunder Alley - Eddie Beram
Staggolee - Pacific Gas & Electric
Slaughter - Billy Preston
Cat People - David Bowie

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