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Movie soundtrack made by our kinda musicians. Even films that had no soundtrack recording issued are listed (so you can see what you can't hear). If the soundtrack was done in its entirety by one artist, it's considered a "regular" release and will be listed there, not here. Not to worry, there are links here and there so you can continue your browsing. The Trip and More are like that. The exception to this is, of course, The Beatles first two movies. Everyone considers their soundtrack albums as regular issue albums, even though George Martin takes up half of each album. Yellow Submarine and Let It Be are treated differently, though (consistency any one?).

Otherwise, the records issued will show the artist and song recorded (sometimes not the same as the real soundtrack, sneaky besterds). All movies show the release date (usually the premiere—your local theatre date may not be the same). Notes (as usual) show the "other side" and the clap-boards will show you posters or other printed materials.

I should include the cast & crew and a brief synopsis, but there's always IMDB (where, oh where, would we, as a civilized society, be without the all mighty internet tubes, I ask you ).

 


The Girl Can't Help It  
20th Century Fox, 12/1/56
no soundtrack released
Poster

 
Poster

Includes performances by:
The Girl Can't Help It Little Richard -
Tempo's Tempo Nino Tempo -
My Idea of Love Johnny Olenn -
I Ain't Gonna Cry No More Johnny Olenn -
Ready Teddy Little Richard -
She's Got It Little Richard -
Cool It Baby Eddie Fontaine -
Cinnamon Sinner Teddy Randazzo & The Three Chuckles -
Spread the Word Abbey Lincoln -
Cry Me a River Julie London -
Be-Bop-A-Lula Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps -
Twenty Flight Rock Eddie Cochran -
Rock Around the Rockpile Edmond O'Brien; Ray Anthony & His Orchestra -
Rockin' Is Our Business The Treniers -
Big Band Boogie Ray Anthony & His Orchestra -
Blue Monday Fats Domino -
You'll Never, Never Know The Platters -
Ev'ry Time (It Happens) Jayne Mansfield (dubbed by Eileen Wilson) -
Giddy Up a Ding Dong Freddy Bell & The Bell-Boys -
 
Some interesting notes
What is this 1956 movie doing here? Besides its being a classic, it helped start The Beatles, that's why...
A 3-CD set was issued in 2012 that featured all the songs, plus lots more and a booklet, too.

 


A Hard Day's Night  
United Artists, 8/11/64
United Artists UAS-6366
Poster

 
Poster

See: The Beatles for details

 


Get Yourself A College Girl  
MGM, 12/18/64
MGM SE-4273
Back Cover

Side One
Whenever You're Around The Dave Clark Five 2:50
The Girl From Ipanema Stan Getz & Astrud Gilberto 2:49
Around And Around The Animals 2:44
The Sermon The Jimmy Smith Trio 2:55
Get Yourself A College Girl Mary Ann Mobley 2:34
Bonie Maronie The Standells 2:40
Side Two
Thinking Of You Baby The Dave Clark Five 2:34
Sweet Rain Stan Getz 3:25
Blue Feeling The Animals 2:28
Comin' Home Johnny The Jimmy Smith Trio 3:17
Talkin' About Love Freddie Bell-Roberta Linn & The Bell Boys, 2:22
The Swim The Standells 2:34

 


The T.A.M.I. Show  
Screen Entertainment, 12/29/64
no soundtrack released
Poster

 
Poster

Includes performances by:
(Here They Come) from All Over the World Jan & Dean -
Johnny B Goode Chuck Berry -
Maybellene Chuck Berry w Gerry & The Pacemakers -
Don't Let The Sun Catch You Cryin' Gerry & The Pacemakers -
It's Gonna Be Alright   -
Sweet Little Sixteen Chuck Berry -
How Do You Do It? Gerry & The Pacemakers -
Nadine Chuck Berry -
I Like It Gerry & The Pacemakers -
That's What Love Is Made Of Smokey Robinson & The Miracles -
You Really Got A Hold On Me   -
Mickey's Monkey   -
Stubborn Kind Of Fellow Marvin Gaye & The Blossoms (Crystals) -
Pride And Joy   -
Can I Get A Witness   -
Hitchhike   -
Maybe I Know Leslie Gore -
You Don't Own Me   -
You Didn't Look Around   -
Hey Now   -
It's My Party   -
Judy's Turn To Cry   -
Here They Come Jan & Dean -
The Little Old Lady From Pasadna   -
Sidewalk Surfin'   -
Surfin' USA The Beach Boys -
I Get Around   -
Surfer Girl   -
Dance Dance Dance   -
Little Children Billy J Kramer & The Dakotas -
Bad To Me   -
I'll Keep You Satisfied   -
From A Window   -
When the Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes The Supremes -
Run, Run, Run   -
Baby Love   -
Where Did Our Love Go   -
My Little Girl The Barbarians -
Out Of Sight James Brown & The Famous Flames -
Prisoner Of Love   -
Please Please Please   -
Night Train   -
Around And Around The Rolling Stones -
Off The Hook   -
Time Is On My Side   -
It's All Over Now   -
It's All Right   -
Let's Get Together All -
 
Some interesting notes
One of the greatest concert films of all time
DVD released in 2010

 


Ferry 'Cross The Mersey  
United Artists, 2/19/65
United Artists UAS-6387 BB
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Ferry Cross The Mersey Gerry & The Pacemakers 2:21
It's Gonna Be Alright Gerry & The Pacemakers 2:08
Why Oh Why Gerry & The Pacemakers 1:46
I Gotta Woman The Black Knights 1:58
Fall In Love Gerry & The Pacemakers 1:46
Think About Love Gerry & The Pacemakers 1:45
Side Two
This Thing Called Love Gerry & The Pacemakers 1:45
Baby You're So Good To Me Gerry & The Pacemakers 2:23
I'll Wait For You Gerry & The Pacemakers 2:08
Shake A Tail Feather Earl Royce & The Olympics 2:21
She's The Only Girl For Me Gerry & The Pacemakers 2:24
Why Don't You Love Me The Blackwells 2:17

 


Having A Wild Weekend  
Anglo-Amalgamated, 8/18/65
Epic BN-26162 BB
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
UK Poster

Side One
Having a Wild Weekend* The Dave Clark Five -
A New Kind of Love The Dave Clark Five -
Dum-Dee-Dee-Dum The Dave Clark Five -
I Said I Was Sorry The Dave Clark Five -
No Stopping The Dave Clark Five -
Don't Be Taken In The Dave Clark Five -
Side Two
Catch Us If You Can* The Dave Clark Five -
When I'm Alone The Dave Clark Five -
If You Come Back The Dave Clark Five -
Sweet Memories* The Dave Clark Five -
Don't You Realize The Dave Clark Five -
On the Move* The Dave Clark Five -
 
Some interesting notes
Movie titled Catch Us If you Can in Britian
Only * are in the movie!

 


Help!  
United Artists, 8/25/65
Capitol SMAS-2386
Poster

 
Poster

See: The Beatles for details

 


Bunny Lake Is Missing  
Columbia, 10/3/65
RCA Victor LSO-1115
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Theme from Bunny Lake is Missing Paul Glass 6:50
Chocolates For Bunny Paul Glass 1:01
The Empty House At Frogmore End Paul Glass 5:07
Nothing's Changed The Zombies 2:29
Just Out Of Reach The Zombies 2:07
Remember You The Zombies 2:08
Side Two
Bunny Paul Glass 3:37
A World Of Dolls Paul Glass 4:16
Wild Games! Paul Glass 2:29
Samamtha's Waltz Paul Glass 1:33
Touching the Sky Paul Glass 5:49
End Title from Bunny Lake Is Missing Paul Glass 1:10
 
Some interesting notes
The Zombies appear in this film—on a TV for a very brief moment! But the songs were not available on any Zombies' album.

 


Village Of The Giants  
Embassy Pictures, 10/20/65
no soundtrack released
Poster

 
Poster

Includes performances by:
Marianne Mike Clifford -
Nothing Can Stand In My Way Mike Clifford -
Woman The Beau Brummels -
When It Comes To Your Love The Beau Brummels -
Little Bitty Corrine Freddy Cannon -
The Last Race Jack Nitzsche [uncredited] -
 
Some interesting notes
Filmed in Court House Square, Hill Valley. See it on Mystery Science Theatre 3000 (#523, dedicated to the then recently departed Frank Zappa). More info at the fan website.

 


The Big TNT Show  
American International, 1/66
no soundtrack released
Poster

 
Poster

Includes performances by:
This Could Be The Night (Nilsson) The Modern Folk Quartet -
(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction David McCallum, emcee, cond the orch -
What'd I Say Ray Charles -
Downtown Petula Clark -
Do You Believe In Magic? The Lovin' Spoonful -
You Didn't Have to Be So Nice - -
Hey Bo Diddley Bo Diddley -
Bo Diddley - -
500 Miles Joan Baez -
There But For Fortune Joan Baez -
Georgia On My Mind Ray Charles -
Let The Good Times Roll - -
You've Lost That Loving Feeling Joan Baez with Phil Spector on piano -
Be My Baby The Ronettes -
Shout - -
Dang Me Roger Miller -
Engine Engine #9 - -
King Of The Road - -
England Swings - -
Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is a Season) The Byrds -
The Bells of Rhymney - -
Mr Tambourine Man - -
You're The One Petula Clark -
My Love - -
Universal Soldier Donovan -
Reflections From A Summer's Day - -
Bert's Blues - -
Sweet Joy - -
Shake The Ike & Tina Turner Revue -
It's Gonna Work Out Fine - -
Please, Please, Please - -
Goodbye So Long - -
1-2-3 (instrumental) David McCallum (reprise) cond the orch -

 


What's Up Tiger Lily?  
American International, 11/2/66
Kama Sutra KLPS-8053
Poster

 
Poster

See: The Lovin' Spoonful for details

 


You're A Big Boy Now  
Warner Bros, 12/9/66
Kama Sutra KLPS-8058 BB
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
You're a Big Boy Now The Lovin' Spoonful 2:28
Lonely (Amy's Theme) Robert Price Orch 3:19
Wash Her Away (From the Discothedque) The Lovin' Spoonful 2:31
Kite Chase Robert Price Orch 1:21
Try And Be Happy - 1:04
Peep Show Percussion - 1:19
Girl, Beautiful Girl (Barbara's Theme) The Lovin' Spoonful 2:23
Side Two
Darling Be Home Soon The Lovin' Spoonful 3:34
Dixieland Big Boy Robert Price Orch 1:13
Letter To Barbara - :59
Barbara's Theme {From The Discotheque} - 1:26
Miss Thing's Thang - 1:02
March - 2:28
The Finale - 2:28
 
Some interesting notes
Robert Price Orch uncredited on LP

 


Blow-Up  
MGM, 12/18/66
MGM E-4447ST BB
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Main Title Herbie Hancock 1:35
Verushka (Part I) - 2:41
Verushka (Part II) - 2:10
The Naked Camera - 3:22
Bring Down The Birds - 1:50
Jane's Theme - 4:59
Side Two
Stroll On The Yardbirds 2:43
The Thief Herbie Hancock 3:16
The Kiss - 4:05
Curiosity - 1:29
Thomas Studies Photos - 1:12
The Bed - 2:35
End Title - "Blow Up" - 0:48
 
Some interesting notes
Rare live appearance of The Yardbirds with both Beck and Page—Stroll On is The Train Kept A Rollin' in disguise.

 


Riot On Sunset Strip  
American International, 3/67
Tower T-5065
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Riot on Sunset Strip The Standells 2:20
Sunset Sally The Mugwumps 2:25
The Sunset Theme The Sidewalk Sounds 3:07
Old Country Debra Travis 2:01
Don't Need Your Lovin' The Chocolate Watchband 2:36
Side Two
Children Of The Night Mom's Boys 2:38
Make The Music Pretty The Sidewalk Sounds 2:34
Get Away From Here The Standells 2:11
Like My Baby Drew 2:02
Sitting There Standing The Chocolate Watchband 3:01

 


Dont Look Back  
Leacock-Pennebaker, 5/17/67
no soundtrack released
Poster

 
Poster

Includes performances by:
Subterranean Homesick Blues Bob Dylan -
All I Really Want To Do - -
Maggie's Farm - -
Only A Pawn In Their Game‡ - -
The Times They Are A-Changin' - -
To Ramona - -
The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll† - -
Percy's Song Joan Baez -
Love Is Just A Four-Letter Word - -
Sweeter Than The Flowers - -
Lost Highway Bob Dylan -
I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry - -
Here Comes The Night - -
Leaning On A Lamp Post Alan Price -
Little Things Alan Price & Bob Dylan -
Don't Think Twice, It's Alright Bob Dylan -
Why Do You Treat Me Like You Do? - -
To Sing For You Donovan -
It's All Over Now, Baby Blue Bob Dylan -
The Times They Are A-Changin'/Talking World War III Blues† - -
It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)† - -
Gates Of Eden† - -
Love Minus Zero/No Limit† - -
 
Some interesting notes
Filmed during Bob's 1965 British tour
Most live songs† are incomplete, other songs are snippets from backstage/hotel room/wherever musicians can jam
Only A Pawn In Their Game was recorded in Greenwood, Mississippi at a Voter Registration Rally, 7/6/63
DVD released in 2007, which has extra music goodies

 


Don't Make Waves  
MGM, 6/20/67
MGM E-4483 ST
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Don't Make Waves The Byrds 2:02
Daybreak At Malibu Vic Mizzy 2:16
Malibu Vic Mizzy 1:41
Confidence Man Vic Mizzy 1:41
Stradella Vic Mizzy 2:24
Zip, Zip Vic Mizzy 2:53
Vox Box Vic Mizzy 2:28
Side Two
Love Theme from "Don't Make Waves" Vic Mizzy 2:46
Driverless Vic Mizzy 1:57
Madame Lavinia Vic Mizzy 2:32
Daybreak At Malibu Vic Mizzy 1:35
Malibu Vic Mizzy 1:38
The Girl On The Trampoline Vic Mizzy 1:48
 
Some interesting notes
This version of The Byrds' Don't Make Waves is different from the 45.

 


The Family Way  
Warner Bros, 6/27/67
London ST-82007
Back Cover

 
UK Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

 
Some interesting notes
Music composed by Paul McCartney and performed by George Martin Orch.
Six tracks on side 1, Seven tracks on side 2—no titles.

 


The Trip  
American International, 8/23/67
Sidewalk ST-5908
Poster

 
Poster

See: The Electric Flag for details
 
Some interesting notes
Although the music was by The American Music Band (later The Electric Flag), the club scenes show The International Submarine Band. Gram Parsons' country rock was just not trippy enough.

 


The Fastest Guitar Alive  
MGM, 9/1/67
MGM SE-4475ST
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Whirlwind Roy Orbison 2:04
Medicine Man Roy Orbison 2:39
River Roy Orbison 2:58
The Fastest Guitar Alive Roy Orbison 3:04
Rollin' On Roy Orbison 2:08
Side Two
Pistolero Roy Orbison 2:49
Good Time Party Roy Orbison 2:19
Heading South* Roy Orbison 2:40
Best Friend* Roy Orbison 2:34
There Won't Be Many Coming Home* Roy Orbison 2:42
 
Some interesting notes
Roy stars as a guitar-slingin' hero in this post Civil War comedy (or is it a farce?). *These songs do not appear in the movie.

 


Tonite Let's All Make Love In London  
Lorrimer, 9/26/67
no soundtrack released
Poster

 
Poster

Includes performances by:
Interstellar Overdrive Pink Floyd -
Changing Of The Guard Marquess Of Kensington -
Night Time Girl Twice As Much -
Out Of Time Chris Farlowe -
When I Was Young Eric Burdon & The Animals -
Interstellar Overdrive Pink Floyd -
Winter Is Blue Vashti -
Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow? The Rolling Stones -
Lady Jane The Rolling Stones -
Paint It Black Chris Farlowe -
Here Comes The Nice The Small Faces -
Tonite Let's All Make Love In London Allen Ginsberg -
Interstellar Overdrive  (over credits) Pink Floyd -

 


Festival  
Peppercorn-Wormser, 10/23/67
no soundtrack released
Poster

 
Poster

Includes performances by:
If I Had A Hammer Peter, Paul & Mary -
Codeine…And It's Real Buffy Sainte-Marie -
Go Tell Aunt Rhody Joan Baez & Peter Yarrow -
Mary Hamilton Joan Baez -
All I Really Want To Do Bob Dylan -
All Our Trials Joan Baez -
Blowin' In The Wind Peter, Paul & Mary -
And The War Drags On Donovan -
Turn, Turn, Turn Judy Collins -
Viet Nam, Your Latest Game Donovan -
Just Can't Keep From Cryin' Odetta -
Times They Are A Changin' Peter, Paul & Mary -
Highway 61 Fred McDowell -
Keys To The Highway Brownie McGhee & Sonny Terry -
Candy Man Mississippi John Hurt -
Maggie's Farm Bob Dylan -
We Shall Overcome Freedom Group Finale with Odetta -
I Was Born In Chicago Paul Butterfield Blues Band -
Son House Blues Son House -
You Hear My Howling Early In The Morning Howling Wolf -
Pack Up Your Sorrows Richard & Mimi Farina -
Anathea Judy Collins -
I Walk The Line Johnny Cash -
Ruby The Osborne Bros -
Farewell Angelina Joan Baez -
Tambourine Man Bob Dylan -
Rising Of The Moon Peter, Paul & Mary -
Down By The Riverside Group Finale with Baez, Odetta and Seeger -
 
Some interesting notes
Filmed at the 1963-1966 Newport Folk Festivals
Listing is incomplete and most songs are clips (not complete)
DVD released in 2005

 


The Graduate  
Embassy, 12/22/67
Columbia OS-3180  1 
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
The Sound of Silence (electric version) Simon & Garfunkel 3:06
The Singleman Party Foxtrot Dave Grusin 2:53
Mrs Robinson Paul Simon 1:15
Sunporch Cha-Cha-Cha Dave Grusin 2:54
Scarborough Fair/Canticle (Interlude) Paul Simon 1:42
On the Strip Dave Grusin 2:00
April Come She Will Simon & Garfunkel 1:51
Side Two
The Folks Dave Grusin 2:28
Scarborough Fair/Canticle Simon & Garfunkel 6:22
A Great Effect Dave Grusin 4:07
The Big Bright Green Pleasure Machine Simon & Garfunkel 1:46
Whew Paul Simon 2:12
Mrs Robinson Paul Simon 1:13
The Sound of Silence (acoustic version) Simon & Garfunkel 3:07
 
Some interesting notes
Overs and Punky's Dilema were written for the movie, but rejected by Mike Nichols (both released on Bookends)
The Big Bright Green Pleasure Machine is a different take than the one on PSRT
There is not a complete version of Mrs Robinson on this record! See Bookends, again
The Sound of Silence (acoustic version) was a new, awesome recording. Must hear!

 


Psych-Out  
American International, 3/6/68
Sidewalk ST-5913
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

 
Cool Vox Guitar Car!

Side One
The Pretty Song from Psych-Out The Storybook 3:16
Rainy Day Mushroom Pillow The Strawberry Alarm Clock 3:05
Two Fingers Pointing On You The Seeds 3:12
Ashbury Wednesday The Boenzee Cryque 2:54
The World's On Fire The Strawberry Alarm Clock 3:31
Side Two
Psych-Out Sanctorum The Storybook 3:25
Beads Of Innocence The Storybook 3:10
The Love Children The Storybook 2:24
Psych-Out The Storybook 2:17
The World's On Fire (Long Version) The Strawberry Alarm Clock 8:22

 


Up The Junction  
Paramount, 3/13/68
Mercury SR-61159
Poster

 
Poster

See: Manfred Mann for details

 


Here We Go 'Round The Mulberry Bush  
United Artists, 4/4/68
United Artists UAS-5175
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Here We Go 'Round The Mulberry Bush Traffic 2:35
Taking Out Time The Spencer Davis Group 2:37
Every Little Thing The Spencer Davis Group 2:55
Virginal Dreams The Spencer Davis Group 1:58
Utterly Simple Traffic 2:57
It's Been A Long Time Andy Ellison 3:13
Side Two
Looking Back The Spencer Davis Group 3:46
Picture Of Her The Spencer Davis Group 2:56
Just Like Me The Spencer Davis Group 1:40
Waltz For Caroline The Spencer Davis Group 4:14
Possession The Spencer Davis Group 2:00
Am I What I Was Or Was I What I Am? Traffic 2:36
 
Some interesting notes
None of the Traffic or Spencer Davis Group tracks appear on any other US release

 


Wild In The Streets  
American International, 5/29/68
Tower SKAO-5099 BB
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Love To Be Your Man The 13th Power 2:13
Free Lovin' The 13th Power 2:22
Fifty Two Per Cent The 13th Power 2:47
Shape Of Things To Come The 13th Power 1:53
Psychedelic Senate The Senators 2:15
Side Two
Fourteen Or Fight The 13th Power 2:45
Wild In The Streets Jerry Howard 2:42
Listen To The Music The Second Time 2:47
Sally Le Roy The Second Time 2:36
Shelly In Camp The Gurus 1:37

Max Frost And The Troopers
Shape Of Things To Come / Free Lovin'
Tower 419, ?/68
Max Frost And The Troopers appeared as The 13th Power in the movie

 


Angels From Hell  
American International, 6/5/68
Tower ST-5128
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
No One Says A Word (No Communication) Peanut Butter Conspiracy -
Angels From Hell Stu Phillips -
4 O'Clock Tea (Laudanum) Stu Phillips -
Walkin' In Stu Phillips -
Crystal Tear Peanut Butter Conspiracy -
Angels From Hell Peanut Butter Conspiracy -
Side Two
Propinquity Stu Phillips -
Circumabient Cycles Stu Phillips -
Shake Off The Chains Ted Markland -
Mr Madison Avenue Lollipop Shoppe -
Amalgamation Stu Phillips -
Who's It Gonna Be Lollipop Shoppe -
 
Some interesting notes
None of the Peanut Butter Conspiracy tracks appear on any other release

 


Petulia  
Warner Bros, 6/10/68
no soundtrack released
Poster

 
Poster

Includes performances by:
Road Block Big Brother & The Holding Company -
Down On Me Big Brother & The Holding Company -
Viola Lee Blues Grateful Dead -
 
Some interesting notes
Big Brother and The Dead appear in brief live segements (filmed in 1967). A young Dr Johnny Fever appears briefly.

 


Revolution  
United Artists, 7/1/68
United Artists UAS-5185
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Revolution Mother Earth 2:56
Codine Quicksilver Messenger Service 5:20
Superbyrd Steve Miller Band 4:37
Your Old Lady Steve Miller Band 5:50
Side Two
Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You Quicksilver Messenger Service 5:03
Without Love Mother Earth 4:37
Mercury Blues Steve Miller Band 2:20
Stranger In My Own Home Town Mother Earth 5:09
 
Some interesting notes
Also appearing in the movie were Country Joe & The Fish, Ace Of Cups, Dan Hicks

 


You Are What You Eat  
Commonwealth-United, 9/24/68
Columbia OS-3240
Back Cover

 
Poster

Side One
Teenage Fair (Helmet Commercial) Rosko 2:31
Moments of Soft Persuasion Peter Yarrow :45
Silly Girl Peter Yarrow 1:02
Desert Moog Music - 1:30
Be My Baby Tiny Tim* 3:07
The Family Dog John Herold 2:17
The Nude Dance Hamsa El Din 1:27
My Name Is Jack John Simon 3:05
Side Two
I Got You Babe Tiny Tim & Eleanor Baruchian* 3:09
You Are What You Eat Paul Butterfield 2:27
Beach Music John Simon :36
The Wabe Peter Yarrow and John Simon 2:53
Don't Remind Me Now of Time Peter Yarrow 2:57
Painting for Freakout John Simon 1:43
Freakout John Simon & The Electric Flag 6:39
 
Some interesting notes
*The Hawks provided back-up for the Tiny Tim cuts
For a complete breakdown of this album, see this marvelous Band website. You'll spend hours there
This single was released from the soundtrack:
 
Don't Remind Me Now Of Time / The Teenage Fair
Simon-Yarrow (2:52) / Simon-Yarrow (2:10)
Warner Bros 7236, 12/68

A-side by Peter Yarrow, B-side by Rosko

 


Head  
Columbia, 11/6/68
Colgems COSO-5008, 12/68 BB
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Opening Ceremony 1:19
Porpoise Song (Theme From "Head") The Monkees 2:56
Ditty Diego - War Chant The Monkees 1:27
Circle Sky The Monkees 2:32
Supplicio 0:49
Can You Dig It The Monkees 3:19
Gravy 0:05
Side Two
Superstitious 0:06
As We Go Along The Monkees 3:53
Dandruff? 0:40
Daddy's Song The Monkees 2:39
Poll 1:12
Long Title: Do I Have To Do This All Over Again The Monkees 2:37
Swami - Plus Strings, Etc Ken Thorne 5:18
 
Some interesting notes
Jack Nicholson (co-writer) "assembled" the soundtrack, weaving movie dialog inbetween music tracks
Neil Young and Ry Cooder-guitars on As We Go Along, Stephen Stills-guitar on Long Title

 


Yellow Submarine  
Apple, 11/13/68
no soundtrack released
Poster

 
Poster

Song as they appeared in the film:
Introduction Story George Martin -
Yellow Submarine The Beatles -
Eleanor Rigby - -
I Am The Walrus(excerpt) - -
Love You To(excerpt) - -
A Day in the Life(excerpt, orchestral swell) - -
All Together Now - -
When I'm Sixty-Four - -
Only A Northern Song - -
Nowhere Man - -
I Me Mine - -
Sea Of Green George Martin -
Think for Yourself(excerpt) The Beatles -
Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - -
With A Little Help From My Friends(excerpt) - -
All You Need Is Love - -
Baby, You're A Rich Man(excerpt) - -
Hey Bulldog* - -
It's All Too Much - -
Let It Be - -
All Together Now - -
 
Some interesting notes
*Originally shown only in Europe before the film's 1999 restoration.
See: The Beatles for the album that used some of the songs from the movie.

 


Candy  
Cinerama Releasing, 12/17/68
ABC ABCS-OC-9 BB
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Child Of The Universe The Byrds 3:10
Birth By Descent Dave Grusin 3:21
Opening Night: By Surgery Dave Grusin 2:10
Spec-Rac-Tac-Para-Comm Dave Grusin 2:37
Border Town Blues: A Blunt Instrument Dave Grusin 2:47
Magic Carpet Ride Steppenwolf 4:25
Side Two
Constant Journey Dave Grusin 2:11
Every Mother's Daughter Dave Grusin 2:04
It's Always Because Of This: A Deformity Dave Grusin 2:50
Marlon And His Sacred Bird Dave Grusin 3:05
Ascension To Virginity Dave Grusin 5:05
Rock Me Steppenwolf 3:41
 
Some interesting notes
This recording of Child Of The Universe is different mix from the Byrds' album (Dr Byrds & Mr Hyde) version

 


Skidoo  
Paramount, 12/19/68
RCA LSO-1152
Poster

 
Poster

 
Some interesting notes
Carol Channing sings Skidoo, which is not on the soundtrack album.

 

See: Harry Nilsson for details

 


Monterey Pop  
Leacock-Pennebaker, 12/26/68
no soundtrack released
Poster

 
Poster

Includes performances by:
Combination Of The Two Big Brother & The Holding Co -
San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Flowers In Your Hair) Scott McKenzie -
Creeque Alley The Mamas & The Papas -
California Dreamin' The Mamas & The Papas -
Rollin' & Tumblin' Canned Heat -
The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) Simon & Garfunkel -
Bajabula Bonke (Healing Song) Hugh Masekela -
High Flyin' Bird Jefferson Airplane -
Today Jefferson Airplane -
Ball And Chain Big Brother & The Holding Co -
Paint It Black Eric Burdon & The Animals -
My Generation The Who -
Section 43 Country Joe & The Fish -
Shake Otis Redding -
I've Been Loving You Too Long Otis Redding -
Wild Thing The Jimi Hendrix Experience -
Got A Feelin' The Mamas & The Papas -
Raga Bhimpalasi Ravi Shankar -
 
Some interesting notes
Although no official "soundtrack" was issued, most of the concert is now available via DVD and CD.
See: Monterey Pop (in Festivals) for details

 


Wonderwall  
Compton-Cameo Films, 1/12/69 (UK)
Apple SW-153
Poster

 
Poster

See: George Harrison for details

 


Changes  
Cinerama, 2/11/69
no soundtrack released
Poster

 
Poster

Includes performances by:
Both Sides Now Judy Collins -
Wild Wood Tim Buckley -
The Prize Tim Buckley -
The Father Song Tim Buckley -
I'll Be The One Tim Buckley -
Morning Glory Tim Buckley -
She Is Tim Buckley -
Once I Was Tim Buckley -
Expecting to Fly Condello -
 
Some interesting notes
Wild Wood, The Prize, The Father Song, and I'll Be The One do not appear on any Buckley album

 


Model Shop  
Columbia, 2/11/69
no soundtrack released
Poster

 
Poster

 
Some interesting notes
Music composed by Spirit, who also appeared in the film
Some of the music was recycled for Clear .

 


One + One  
New Line Cinema, 4/22/69
no soundtrack released
Poster

 
Poster

Includes performances by:
Sympathy For The Devil (in various permutations) The Rolling Stones -
 
Some interesting notes
Movie was retitled Sympathy For The Devil for video release.

 


Midnight Cowboy  
United Artists, 5/25/69
United Artists UAS-5198 BB
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Everybody's Talkin'* Nilsson 2:30
Joe Buck Rides Again John Barry Orch 2:46
A Famous Myth The Group 3:22
Fun City John Barry Orch 3:52
He Quit Me** Leslie Miller 2:46
Jungle Gym At The Zoo Elephants Memory 2:15
Side Two
Midnight Cowboy John Barry Orch 2:34
Old Man Willow Elephants Memory 7:03
Florida Fantasy John Barry Orch 2:08
Tears And Joys The Group 2:29
Science Fiction John Barry Orch 1:57
Everybody's Talkin' Nilsson [w Toots Thielemans-harmonica] 1:54
 
Some interesting notes
*written by Fred Neil, **written by Warren Zevon
Nilsson wrote I Guess the Lord Must Be In New York City specifically for this film, but director John Schlesinger decided to use Fred Neil's song instead (which Harry made into a big hit).

 


Easy Rider  
Columbia, 7/14/69
Dunhill DSX-50063 BB
Back Cover

 
UK Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
The Pusher Steppenwolf 5:48
Born To Be Wild Steppenwolf 3:29
The Weight Smith 4:29
Wasn't Born To Follow The Byrds 2:03
If You Want To Be A Bird The Holy Modal Rounders 2:35
Side Two
Don't Bogart Me The Fraternity of Man 3:02
If 6 Was 9 Jimi Hendrix Experience 5:32
Kyrie Eleison/Mardi Gras (When the Saints) The Electric Prunes 4:02
It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding) Roger McGuinn 3:03
The Ballad Of Easy Rider Roger McGuinn 2:13
 
Some interesting notes
Smith's recording of The Weight replaced The Band's film version for the soundtrack.
Heard in the movie, but not on the album:
Let's Turkey Trot by Little Eva and Flash, Bam, Pow by The Electric Flag (which was taken from the 67 film, The Trip)

 


More  
Cinema V, 8/4/69
Tower ST-5169
Poster

 
Poster

See: Pink Floyd for details

 


Alice's Restaurant  
MGM/UA, 8/20/69
United Artists UAS-5196 BB
Back Cover

 
Alternate Cover

 
UK Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Traveling Music Arlo Guthrie 2:56
Alice's Restaurant Massacree, Part I Arlo Guthrie 6:32
The Let Down Al Schackman :52
Songs To Aging Children Tigger Outlaw 2:45
Amazing Grace Arlo Guthrie & Cast 3:10
Side Two
Trip To The City Arlo Guthrie 2:17
Alice's Restaurant Massacre, Part II Arlo Guthrie 8:25
Crash Pad Improvs Arlo Guthrie 2:10
You're A Fink Al Schackman 2:05
Harps And Marriage Al Schackman 1:36
 
Some interesting notes
Tigger Outlaw is a Joni Mitchell-style singer.
This version of Alice's Restaurant was recorded specifically for the movie.
A more complete soundtrack, including a duet with Arlo & Pete Seeger, was released in the 90s on CD.

 


Medium Cool  
Paramount, 8/27/69
no soundtrack released
Poster

 
Poster

Includes performances by:
Music score Mike Bloomfield -
Emotions (opening theme) Love -
Oh No, Are You Hung Up? The Mothers of Invention -
The Return Of The Son Of Monster Magnet The Mothers of Invention -
Who Needs The Peace Corps? The Mothers of Invention -
Mom And Dad The Mothers of Invention -
Merry-Go-Round Wild Man Fischer -
 
Some interesting notes
In the psychedelic nightclub sequence, the band seen performing on the stage is The Litter, a Minneapolis-based group. However, in the original release version, their music is not heard; instead, we hear a piece by Frank Zappa's 'Mothers of Invention'. (imdb)
The DVD of the film has different music in some places than the original theater release. The changes were due to rights issues and presumably many of Bloomfield's pieces were replaced. Wild Man Fisher's version of Merry-Go-Round was replaced by the Harlem Globtrotter theme song, Sweet Georgia Brown (performed by Brother Bones)

 


Hail, Hero!  
National General, 10/4/69
no soundtrack released
Poster

 
Poster

 
Some interesting notes
This early Michael Douglas movie features two songs by Gordon Lightfoot (Hail, Hero! and Wherefore And Why) which are not available anywhere else. Read about it.

 


Zabriskie Point  
MGM, 2/9/70
MGM SE-4668ST
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Heart Beat, Pig Meat The Pink Floyd 3:09
Brother Mary The Kaleidoscope 2:38
Excerpt from Dark Star The Grateful Dead 2:30
Crumbling Land The Pink Floyd 4:12
Tennessee Waltz Patti Page 3:02
Sugar Babe The Youngbloods 2:10
Side Two
Love Scene Jerry Garcia (The Grateful Dead) 7:04
I Wish I Was A Single Girl Again Roscoe Holcolmb 1:53
Mickey's Tune The Kaleidoscope 1:38
Dance Of Death John Fahey 2:39
Come In Number 51, Your Time Is Up The Pink Floyd 4:57
 
Some interesting notes
The Rolling Stones' You Got The Silver appears in the film, as does Roy Orbison's So Young (which was tacked onto the closing credits by MGM without Antonio's knowledge). The Doors wrote L' America for the film, but it was not used. Pink Floyd's Come In Number 51... is a rewrite of Careful With That Axe, Eugene. The story of the soundtrack is fascinating reading!

 


The Magic Christian  
Commonwealth United, 2/11/70
Commonwealth United CU-6004 BB
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Introduction Ken Thorne 0:25
Come And Get It Badfinger 2:19
Hamlet Scene Ken Thorne 2:08
Hunting Scene Ken Thorne 0:25
Carry On To Tomorrow Badfinger 4:44
Lilli Marlene Ken Thorne 2:13
Side Two
A Day In The The Life Ken Torne 2:15
Magic Christian Waltz Ken Torne 0:58
Come And Get It Ken Torne 0:46
Rock Of Ages Badfinger 3:23
Newsreel Music March Ken Torne 1:54
Mad About The Boy Peter Sellers 2:48
Something In The Air Thunderclap Newman 3:54

 


Woodstock  
Warner Bros, 3/26/70
Cotillion SD3-500  1 
Poster

 
Poster

 
Performances as they appeared in the film:
Long Time Gone(studio version) Crosby, Stills & Nash -
Going Up The Country(studio version) Canned Heat -
Wooden Ships(studio version) Crosby, Stills & Nash -
Handsome Johnny Richie Havens -
Freedom/Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child - -
A Change Is Gonna Come Canned Heat -
Joe Hill Joan Baez -
Swing Low Sweet Chariot - -
We're Not Gonna Take It/See Me, Feel Me The Who -
Summertime Blues - -
At The Hop Sha-Na-Na -
With A Little Help From My Friends Joe Cocker & The Grease Band -
Crowd Rain Chant Audience -
Rock And Soul Music Country Joe & The Fish -
Coming Into Los Angeles Arlo Guthrie -
Suite: Judy Blue Eyes Crosby, Stills & Nash -
I'm Going Home Ten Years After -
Saturday Afternoon/Won't You Try Jefferson Airplane -
Uncle Sam's Blues - -
Younger Generation John Sebastian -
FISH Cheer/Feel-Like-I'm-Fixing-To-Die-Rag Country Joe McDonald -
Soul Sacrifice Santana -
Dance To The Music/I Want to Take You Higher Sly & The Family Stone -
Work Me, Lord Janis Joplin -
Voodoo Chile Jimi Hendrix -
The Star-Spangled Banner - -
Purple Haze - -
Woodstock Improvisation - -
Villanova Junction - -
Woodstock(studio version) Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young -
Find The Cost Of Freedom - -

Note: Original feature release, 1970 (184m, 3:04)
Director's cut, 1994 (225m, 3:45)—note that some scenes were added, deleted, or switched around.
Some performances not on "Soundtrack" album—see the blue note for details.

 
Some interesting notes
Wildly out of sequence, the intent was to capture the mood of the event. The movie won Best Documentary, Features at the Academy Awards. See the Woodstock specific page on the Festivals page for more information on various LP/CD/DVD releases.

 


Let It Be  
Apple, 5/13/70
no soundtrack released
Poster

 
Poster

Song as they appeared in the film:
Paul's Piano Intro Individually, or as a group -
Don't Let Me Down - -
Maxwell's Silver Hammer - -
Two of Us - -
I've Got a Feeling - -
Oh! Darling - -
One After 909 - -
Jazz Piano Song - -
Across the Universe - -
Dig a Pony - -
Suzy Parker - -
I Me Mine - -
For You Blue - -
Bésame Mucho - -
Octopus's Garden - -
You've Really Got a Hold on Me - -
The Long and Winding Road - -
Rip It Up/Shake Rattle and Roll - -
Kansas City/Miss Ann/Lawdy Miss Clawdy - -
Dig It - -
Let It Be - -
Rooftop Concert:    
   Get Back - -
   Don't Let Me Down - -
   I've Got A Feeling - -
   One After 909 - -
   Dig A Pony - -
   Get Back (Reprise) - -
 
Some interesting notes
The overdubbed and over produced Beatles album called Let It Be only used portions of the songs recorded in the movie.

 


The Landlord  
United Artists, 5/20/70
United Artists UAS-5209
Back Cover

 
UK Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Brand New Day Al Kooper & The Martha Stewart Singers 5:19
The Landlord The Landlords 1:43
Car Commercial - 1:41
Walter G's Boogaloo - 1:03
Crouqet Game Manny Green Strings 1:26
Let Me Love You Lorraine Ellison 2:32
Rent Party Joe Farrell, tsx 1:35
Side Two
Love Theme Al Kooper & The Martha Stewart Singers 3:13
Soul Hoedown The Landlords 3:00
Elgars Fantasy Manny Green Strings & Al Kooper 2:30
Doin' Me Dirty Lorraine Ellison 2:15
Lainie's Theme Al Kooper 1:39
Brand New Day The Staple Singers 4:01
The Axe Al Kooper 2:43
God Bless The Children The Staple Singers 3:53

 


The Strawberry Statement  
MGM, 6/15/70
MGM 2SE-14ST BB
Back Cover

 
Inside Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Circle Game Buffy Sainte-Marie 2:50
Our House Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 3:30
Market Basket (Theme from the Strawberry Statment) Ian Freebairn-Smith, MGM Studio Orch 1:53
Down By The River Neil Young 9:12
Side Two
Long Time Gone Crosby, Stills & Nash 4:17
Cyclatron Ian Freebairn-Smith, MGM Studio Orch 3:16
Something In The Air Thunderclap Newman 3:54
Side Three
Also Sprach Zarathustra Karl Bohm, Berlin Philharmonic Orch 1:37
The Loner Neil Young 3:56
Coit Tower (Theme from the Strawberry Statment) Ian Freebairn-Smith, MGM Studio Orch 3:21
Fishin' Blues Red Mountain Jug Band 1:53
Side Four
Concerto in D Minor Ian Freebairn-Smith, MGM Studio Orch 5:10
Helpless Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 3:30
Pocket Band (Theme from the Strawberry Statment) Ian Freebairn-Smith, MGM Studio Orch 3:01
Give Peace A Chance Cast Members 1:40

 


Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls  
20th Century Fox, 6/17/70
20th Century Fox TFS-4211
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls (Vocal) The Sandpipers 2:25
Come With The Gentle People (Vocal) Carrie Nations 2:15
Look On Up At The Bottom (Vocal) Carrie Nations 2:45
Girl From The City (Vocal) Strawberry Alarm Clock 2:25
In The Long Run (Vocal) Carrie Nations 2:50
Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls (Instrumental) Stu Phillips 2:25
Side Two
Sweet Talkin' Candy Man (Vocal) Carrie Nations 2:00
Find It (Vocal) Carrie Nations 2:00
Ampersand (Instrumental) Stu Phillips 2:15
Once I Had Love (Vocal) Carrie Nations 2:00
I'm Comin' Home (Vocal) Strawberry Alarm Clock 3:40
Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls (Vocal) The Sandpipers 2:25
 
Some interesting notes
The character of Ronnie "Z-Man" Barzell was based loosely on legendary record producer Phil Spector
"Carrie Nations" vocals dubbed by Lynn Carey
Strawberry Alarm Clock's Toy Boy not included on album

 


Performance  
Warner Bros, 8/3/70
Warner Bros BS-2554
Back Cover


Oh Mick, you handsome devil!
 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Gone Dead Train Randy Newman 2:55
Performance Merry Clayton & Bernard Krause 1:47
Get Away Ry Cooder 2:05
Powis Square Ry Cooder 2:23
Rolls Royce and Acid Bernard Krause 1:47
Dyed, Dead, Red Buffy Sainte-Marie 2:32
Harry Flowers Jack Nitzsche 4:00
Side Two
Memo From Turner Mick Jagger 4:02
The Hashishin Ry Cooder & Buffy Sainte-Marie 3:35
Wake Up, Niggers The Last Poets 2:43
Poor White Hound Dog Bernard Krause & Merry Clayton 2:45
Natural Magic Bernard Krause 1:37
Turner's Murder Bernard Krause & The Merry Clayton Singers 4:15

Lowell George, Russ Titelman-guitar
Ry Cooder-slide guitar, dulcimer (The Hashishin)
Bobby West-bass
Gene Parsons-drums
Bernard Krause-Moog synthesizer
Milt Holland-percussion
Nasser Rastegar-Nejad-santoor
Buffy Sainte-Marie-mouth bow (The Hashishin)
with:
Randy Newman-conductor
Produced by: Jack Nitzsche

 
Some interesting notes
This movie was filmed and ready for distrbution in 1968. Warner Bros exec were terrified and held up release for two years. Story at Wikipedia.
And this single was released in Europe:

Mick Jagger
Memo From Turner / Natural Magic
Decca F-13067, 11/70 [UK]
Mick Jagger is credited on the B-side, but it's really Jack Nitzsche

 


Carry It On  
UPA, 8/26/70
Vanguard VSD-79313
Poster

See: Joan Baez for details

 


Quiet Days In Clichy  
Grove Press, 9/21/70
Vanguard VSD-79303
Back Cover

 
Poster

Side One
Quiet Days In Clichy I Country Joe McDonald 1:47
Nys' Love Country Joe McDonald 4:18
Hungry Miller & The Hungry World Country Joe McDonald 2:22
Clichy Andy Sundström 2:45
Behind The Golden Sun Young Flowers 2:15
Luxembourg Stomp Papa Bue's Viking Jazz Band 4:11
Side Two
Quiet Days In Clichy II Country Joe McDonald 3:50
Blue Miller Ben Webster 3:59
Champs Elysees Andy Sundström 2:58
Menilmontant Young Flowers 4:06
Party Beat Young Flowers 4:04
Mara Country Joe McDonald 1:50

 


Ned Kelly  
United Artists, 10/7/70
United Artists UAS-5213
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Ned Kelly Waylon Jennings 4:01
The Wild Colonial Boy Mick Jagger 3:56
Son Of A Scoundrel Waylon Jennings 2:15
Shadow Of The Gallows Waylon Jennings 3:01
Lonigan's Widow Waylon Jennings 4:24
Side Two
Stoney Cold Ground Kris Kristofferson 3:48
The Kelly's Keep Comin' Kris Kristofferson 3:59
Ranchin' In The Evening Waylon Jennings 2:07
Blame It On The Kellys Waylon Jennings 2:23
Pleasures Of A Sunday Afternoon Waylon Jennings 2:19
Hey Ned Waylon Jennings/Tom Ghent 5:24
 
Some interesting notes
The Mick Jagger track is exclusive to this soundtrack album.

 


The Owl And The Pussycat  
Columbia, 11/3/70
Columbia Masterworks MS-30401 BB
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
The Confrontation Blood, Sweat & Tears 11:08
The Warmup Blood, Sweat & Tears 9:55
The Seduction Blood, Sweat & Tears 3:15
Side Two
The Morning After Blood, Sweat & Tears 11:04
The Reunion Blood, Sweat & Tears 15:56
 
Some interesting notes
Improved music, with dialogue from movie

 


Groupies  
Maron, 11/8/70
no soundtrack released
Poster

Includes performances by:
Help Me Baby Ten Years After -
Fillmore East Rehearsal Session Spooky Tooth -
Bang Bang Terry Reid -
Super Lungs Terry Reid -
Good Morning Little Schoolgirl Ten Years After -
Mr Sun Dry Creek Road -
Delta Lady Joe Cocker -

 


Gimme Shelter  
Maysles Films, 12/6/70
no soundtrack released
Poster

 
Poster

Includes performances by:
Jumpin' Jack Flash The Rolling Stones -
Satisfaction - -
You Gotta Move - -
Wild Horses - -
Brown Sugar - -
Love In Vain - -
Honky Tonk Women - -
Street Figting Man - -
Sympathy For The Devil - -
Under My Thumb - -
I've Been Loving You Too Long Ike & Tina Turner -
Six Days On The Road The Flying Burrito Bros -
The Other Side Of This Life Jefferson Airplane -

 


Zachariah  
ABC, 1/24/71
ABC ABCS-OC-13-A
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Zachariah (Main Title) Jimmy Haskell 2:34
Laguna Salada The James Gang 2:16
We're The Crackers Country Joe & The Fish 4:07
William Tell Overture Jimmy Haskell 2:31
All I Need Country Joe & The Fish 1:30
Ballad Of Job Cain Doug Kershaw 2:33
Country Fever The James Gang 3:52
Side Two
The Lonely Ride Jimmy Haskell 2:34
Camino/Used Horse Salesman Jimmy Haskell 2:41
Camino Waltz Jimmy Haskell 0:57
Gravedigger The New York Rock Ensemble 4:21
Shy Ann White Lightnin' 2:34
Matthew Jimmy Haskell 2:37
Zachariah (End Title) Jimmy Haskell 2:56
 
Some interesting notes
Screenplay by members of The Firesign Theatre.
The James Gang and Country Joe & The Fish tracks are exclusive to this soundtrack album.

 


Gas-s-s-s  
American International, 2/17/71
American Intl Records A-1038
Back Cover

 
Poster

Side One
I'm Looking For A World Robert Corff 2:07
First Time, Last Time The Gourmet's Delight 2:25
Please Don't Bury My Soul Robert Corff 1:18
Cry A Little Johnny & The Tornados 1:12
Maybe It Really Wasn't Love Robert Corff 2:32
Juke Box Serenade Johnny & The Tornados 3:28
Castles Johnny & The Tornados 2:25
Side Two
The World That We All Dreamed Of Robert Corff 1:41
Tody Is Where The Gourmet's Delight 1:24
Don't Chase Me Around Robert Corff 1:47
The Peublo Pool Johnny & The Tornados 1:45
Gas Man Johnny & The Tornados 1:40
Got To Get Movin' Robert Corff 1:26
Bubble Gum Girl Johnny & The Tornados 1:47
This Is The Beginning Robert Corff 2:45
 
Some interesting notes
In the movie, The World That We All Dreamed Of was performed by Country Joe & The Fish
Johnny & The Tornados are really Country Joe & The Fish (minus Joe)
The Gourmet's Delight are really Joy Of Cooking.

 


The Body  
Kestrel Films (MGM in the US), 2/24/71
Harvest SHSP-4008 [UK]
Back Cover

 
Poster

Side One
Our Song† Ron Geesin & Rogers Waters 1:24
Sea Shell And Stone‡ - 2:17
Red Stuff Writhe - 1:11
A Gentle Breeze Blew Through Life - 1:19
Lick Your Partners - 0:35
Bridge Passage For Three Plastic Teeth - 0:35
Chain Of Life‡ - 3:59
The Womb Bit† - 2:06
Embryo Thought - 0:39
March Past Of The Embryos - 1:08
More Than Seven Dwarfs In Penis-Land - 2:03
Dance Of The Red Corpuscles - 2:04
Side Two
Body Transport† - 3:16
Hand Dance—Full Evening Dress - 1:01
Breathe‡ - 2:53
Old Folks Ascension - 3:47
Bed-Time-Dream-Clime - 2:02
Piddle In Perspex - 0:57
Embryonic Womb-Walk - 1:14
Mrs Throat Goes Walking - 2:05
Sea Shell And Soft Stone† - 2:05
Give Birth To A Smile‡ - 2:49
 
Some interesting notes
Music composed by Geesin, except by †Geesin-Waters and by ‡Waters (not all music from the film on album)
Performed by Ron Geesin & Rogers Waters (with special friends Gilmour, Mason and Wright on Give Birth To A Smile).

 


Percy  
MGM, 3/3/71
Pye Records NSPL 18365 [UK]
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
God's Children The Kinks 3:16
Lola Stanley Myers orch 4:46
The Way Love Used to Be The Kinks 2:15
Completely Stanley Myers orch 3:41
Running Round Town Stanley Myers orch 1:06
Moments The Kinks 2:57
Side Two
Animals In The Zoo The Kinks 2:22
Just Friends The Kinks 2:38
Whip Lady Stanley Myers orch 1:20
Dreams The Kinks 3:45
Helga Stanley Myers orch 1:57
Willesden Green The Kinks 2:27
God's Children - End Stanley Myers orch 0:29
 
Some interesting notes
A most unusual movie about a most unusual surgical procedure!
Kinks bassist John Dalton sings Willesden Green, the only non-Davies vocal ever recorded by The Kinks.

 


Vanishing Point  
20th Century Fox, 3/13/71
Bell-Amos AAS-8002
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Super Soul Theme JB Pickers 1:50
The Girl Done Got It Together Bobby Doyle 2:47
Where Do We Go From Here? Jimmy Walker 2:53
Welcome To Nevada Jerry Reed 1:52
Dear Jesus God Segarini & Bishop 3:57
Runaway Country Doug Dillard Expedition 4:09
You Got To Believe Delaney & Bonnie & Friends 3:00
Side Two
Love Theme Jimmy Bowen Orch & Chorus 2:40
So Tired Eve 2:10
Freedom Of Expression JB Pickers 5:48
Mississippi Queen Mountain 2:32
Sing Out For Jesus Big Mama Thornton 1:47
Over Me Segarini & Bishop 3:04
Nobody Knows Kim & Dave 2:22

 


Friends  
Paramount, 3/24/71
Paramount PAS-6004 BB
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Friends Elton John 2:20
Honey Roll Elton John 3:00
Variations On Friends Paul Buckmaster 1:45
Theme (The First Kiss) Seasons Paul Buckmaster 3:52
Variations On Michelle's Song (A Day In The Country) Paul Buckmaster 2:44
Side Two
Can I Put You On Elton John 5:52
Michelle's Song Paul Buckmaster 4:16
I Meant To Do My Work Today (A Day In The Country) Paul Buckmaster 1:33
Four Moods Paul Buckmaster 10:56
Seasons Reprise Paul Buckmaster 1:33

 


Mad Dogs And Englishmen  
MGM, 3/29/71
no soundtrack released (see note below)
Poster

 
Poster

Includes performances by:
Will The Circle Be Unbroken Joe Cocker -
Delta Lady - -
Feelin' Alright - -
Change In Louise - -
Darlin' Be Home Soon - -
She Came in Through the Bathroom Window - -
Let It Be Claudia Lennear -
The Letter Joe Cocker -
Sticks And Stones - -
Lawdy Miss Clawdy - -
Bird On A Wire - -
Mad Dogs & Englishmen Theme - -
Honky Tonk Woman - -
Space Captain - -
Something - -
With A Little Help From My Friends - -
Give Peace A Chance - -
The Ballad Of Mad Dogs & Englishmen Leon Russell -

 

The Ballad Of Mad Dogs And Englishmen / Let It Be
Russell (3:55) / Russell (3:25)
A&M 1253, 3/71

A-side by Leon Russell, B-side by Claudia Lennear
 
Some interesting notes
The album Mad Dogs And Englishmen was recorded at the Fillmore East (which was at the start of the tour).
Other locations filmed on the tour included Plattsburgh (NY), Minneapolis, Dallas, San Francisco, and Santa Monica
The Ballad Of Mad Dogs & Englishmen is a studio recording used over the credits and was also a single issued by Leon Russell

 


Celebration At Big Sur  
20th Century Fox 4/9/71
no soundtrack released
Poster

 
Poster

Includes performances by:
I Shall Be Released Joan Baez -
Mobile Line John Sebastian with Stephen Stills -
Song For David Joan Baez -
All Of God's Children Got Soul Dorothy Combs Morrison & The Combs Sisters -
Sea of Madness Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young -
4 + 20 Stephen Stills -
Get Together Joni Mitchell with Crosby, Stills & Nash, and John Sebastian -
Put A Little Love In Your Heart Dorothy Combs Morrison & The Combs Sisters -
Rainbows All Over Yours Blues John Sebastian -
Woodstock Joni Mitchell -
Red-Eye Express John Sebastian with Stephen Stills -
Changes Mimi Fariña & Julie Payne with Stephen Stills -
Malagueña Salerosa Carol Ann Cisneros -
Rise, Shine, And Give God The Glory The Struggle Mountain Resistance Band -
Down By the River Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young -
Sweet Sir Galahad Joan Baez -
Oh Happy Day Dorothy Combs Morrison & The Combs Sisters with Joan Baez -
 
Some interesting notes
Filmed at the 6th Big Sur Festival, September 13-14, 1969. Not on DVD or Blu-Ray.

 


Medicine Ball Caravan  
Warner Bros, 8/25/71
Warner Bros BS-2565
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Act Naturally The Youngbloods 2:04
Medley: How Blue Can You Get/Just A Little Love BB King 10:01
Medley: Louisiana Man/Battle Of New Orleans/Orange
   Blossom Special
Doug Kershaw 5:55
Hippie From Olema The Youngbloods 2:04
Side Two
Dreambo Sal Valentino 3:02
Black Ju Ju Alice Cooper 7:55
Medley: Freakout/It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes
   A Train To Cry
Stoneground 11:45
Free The People Delaney & Bonnie 3:20

 


Sacco & Vanzetti  
Jolly Films, 10/6/71
RCA Victor LSP-4612
Back Cover

 
Poster

 
Poster

Side One
Hopes Of Freedom Ennio Morricone & His Orch 2:28
The Ballad Of Sacco And Vanzetti - Part 1 Ennio Morricone & His Orch, Joan Baez-vocal 5:00
In Prison Ennio Morricone & His Orch 2:04
The Ballad Of Sacco And Vanzetti - Part 2 Ennio Morricone & His Orch, Joan Baez-vocal 5:22
Sacco And His Son Ennio Morricone & His Orch 1:45
Side Two
The Ballad Of Sacco And Vanzetti - Part 3 Ennio Morricone & His Orch, Joan Baez-vocal 6:21
Freedom In Hope Ennio Morricone & His Orch 2:00
To Die Is A Duty Ennio Morricone & His Orch 3:02
The Electric Chair Ennio Morricone & His Orch 2:00
Here's To You Ennio Morricone & His Orch, Joan Baez-vocal 3:06

 


200 Motels  
MGM, 11/10/71
United Artists UAS-9956
Poster

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