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  1. #831 Carter Burrell ~ Blood Simple, Blood Simpler 
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    I donít know howín the heck you fellas did it, but I find myself overcome with sudden onset movie soundtrack hankerinís. This first is just genius. Haunting simplicity. That Coen Bros movie of the same name was damned good, too:



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  2. #832 Tangerine Dream ~ Love On A Real Train 
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    Oh, as youíd expect, I could post a bunch oí these, but Iíll stop for now with this one from Risky Business. Superb electronica that just lets you float away:



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    This is probably the best opening scene for a film ever. It really has an impact on me. My father was not drafted into Vietnam, my uncle was. He doesnít talk about it, and I donít really ask him about it. He wrote letters to my mother while he was in Vietnam and I havenít seen them. I donít even know what happened to those letters because my mother is deceased.

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  4. #834 Pat Metheny ~ Itís For You 
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    Yeah. That was the right song, in the right place, at the right time.

    This is from Fandango, one of my favorite movies. If you havenít seen it, you should:




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    Soundtracks are scintillating brews of inspiration. Even the Buck Owens Show theme...

    Abbott & Costello Meet The Tingler
     

  6. #836 Buck Owens ~ Together Again 
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    Quote Originally Posted by cadillac shark View Post
    Soundtracks are scintillating brews of inspiration. Even the Buck Owens Show theme... .
    Awww, now ya done gone Ďní done it, Mister Shark. Iíll see yer Buckaroo Ďní raise ya some Together Again. Man ... Don Rich was a superb talent. Left waaay too soon:



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    Quote Originally Posted by J E B Stuart View Post
    Awww, now ya done gone Ďní done it, Mister Shark. Iíll see yer Buckaroo Ďní raise ya some Together Again. Man ... Don Rich was a superb talent. Left waaay too soon:

    Buck was the only Grand Old Opry performer I really wanted to see. There was something compelling about him. -Plus he kinda invented the 'music video' in the late 60's... with this classic:

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  8. #838 Dwight Yoakam ~ I Sang Dixie 
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    Yeah, my appreciation of Buck and his legacy keeps growing with time. And thoughts of Buck inevitably brings Dwight to my mind. I saw him a number of years ago at an outdoor venue. Double damn good. Just about impossible to pick a favorite, but this one is waaay up there:



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    I really like the Stone Roses. 1989 This is the One.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=DbyrOBVDtR4
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    I never got-into Yoakum that much. Not sure why. Probably because my friends weren't into him. That song sounds totally essential though. As other acts seemed to be running-out of things to say (or running-off to Hollywood), rockabilly was pulling-away from the Midnite Circle K...

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