That is the only logical inference I can make, but it leaves me further boggled because there are countless bands in your average CD shop offering music far worthier of their attention.
Please try againSorry, we failed to record your vote. I think the other material- almost all of which is instrumental- is appropriate to the movie (I've seen it) and should be approached that way.
The Sonic the Hedgehog movie soundtrack features a few on-the-nose song choices as well as a couple tunes lifted from the video games themselves.
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Instrumental music refreshes the parts other rock music can't reach and is very enjoyable when used as a background to other fun activities. Listen to trailer music, OST, original score, and the full list of popular songs in the film. Great to see this rereleased but why did the producers of this CD have to cut 6 songs out? Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations Road Trip (2000) Soundtracks (22) University of Ithaca Alma Mater Written by Gordon Henderson Performed by Gordon Henderson and His Midnight Music Makers ; I Got A Girl Written & Performed by Breckin Meyer; The Salmon Song Written & Performed by Tom Green; If you're OK with those three caveats, then perhaps you'll enjoy this album as one of the more soulful psychedelic recordings out there. The Trip (1967) is a counterculture-era psychedelic film released by American International Pictures, directed by Roger Corman, written by Jack Nicholson, and shot on location in and around Los Angeles, including on top of Kirkwood in Laurel Canyon, Hollywood Hills, and near Big Sur, California in 1967.
"Peter's Trip," "Green and Gold," "Psyche Soap," "Synesthesia" and "Senior Citizen" in priceless digital recreation!
The EG is very weak except scitzophrenically strong on the track 11 blues Fine Jung Thing. The finished film didn't turn out exactly the way Fonda and Nicholson wanted it to, but it certainly had it's moments...all in Psychedelic Color. I'm a fan of Bloomfield and the Electric Flag, so I wouldn't want to discourage readers from giving this recording a try.
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The music is background sounds for the overlooked Roger Corman film The Trip. An unexpected triumph and very cheap!
The finished film didn't turn out exactly the way Fonda and Nicholson wanted it to, but it certainly had it's moments...all in Psychedelic Color. If you love his work with The Electric Flag on their one proper Columbia LP and you love his work with The Paul Butterfield Blues Band then you need to own this. Please try againSorry, we failed to record your vote.
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I recognized going in that this was a soundtrack to a "B" movie. Opens with an Ogden's Nut Gone Flake-esque instrumental and closes in delightful contrast with the 1920's New Orleans speakeasy style Senior Citizen. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations The other half is Bloomfields's group the Electric Flag.
This album is the first rock music to use a Moog synthesizer (played by Paul Beaver) on about half of the tracks. Please try again. Side (1) is excell and side (2) slumps but closes with two excellent tracks. 監督・製作、ロジャー・コーマン、主演、ピーター・フォンダによる60年代映画のサントラらしいです。残念ながら私、本編は未見です。 How can you compare the innocence of these sex and drug-related titles to songs off a Cypress Hill or Guns and Roses album, to name just two of thousands of ruder and more explicit bands? Soundtrack Credits .
Maybe the other tracks didn't survive the test of time (or acid?) A little disappointed that the cd does not seem to contain all of the soundtrack music, but still satisfied to a degree.
The Trip: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
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Mike Bloomfield was the best USA guitarist of the 1960s and his inventiveness is shown to maximum grooviness herein.
If You Love These Blues, Play 'Em As You Please This LP on CD, opens and closes with its two best tracks - as all records should.