Movie Music 2015: One guy’s favorite soundtracks and scores from ‘The Hateful Eight’ to ‘Dope’
Roy Orbison’s #MGMYears song “THERE WON’T BE MANY COMING HOME” is featured on the soundtrack to the brand new film THE HATEFUL EIGHT.
Check out this interview clip with Quentin Tarantino who does his best rendition of the song. As interviewer Peter Travers puts it, “Whoa. Let Star Wars beat that.”-
On this day in 1966 Roy Orbison was in the studio recording songs for the #MGMYears Fastest Guitar Alive soundtrack! He recorded “BEST FRIEND” and wrapped things up for the year with “HEADING SOUTH.”
Here’s the trailer for Roy’s feature film debut, The Fastest Guitar Alive –
“THERE WON’T BE MANY COMING HOME” by Roy Orbison
from The Fastest Guitar Alive Soundtrack, one of the 13 albums in the #MGMYears Box Set. “THERE WON’T BE MANY COMING HOME” is to be featured on the soundtrack of the new Quentin Tarantino film, The Hateful Eight!
The full soundtrack for the new Quentin Tarantino film, The Hateful Eight, has been released and it includes a song from the #MGMYears!
‘The Hateful Eight’ Soundtrack Includes Ennio Morricone, The White Stripes, Roy Orbison, And More
“There are few directors who care as much about music in their films asQuentin Tarantino, and across his filmography are an array of fantastic moments and scenes, cut with carefully curated tracks. While his upcoming “The Hateful Eight” boasts a new score by the legendary Ennio Morricone, it doesn’t mean that Tarantino has left his jukebox cuts aside.
The full soundtrack details of the movie have arrived and there are some interesting things to dig into. The White Stripes jam “Apple Blossom” and Roy Orbison tune “There Weren’t Be Many Coming Home” are nestled between the Morricone cues and dialogue excerpts. The latter song is from ‘The Fastest Guitar Alive,’ Orbison’s only feature film appearance. Also featured is “Now You’re All Alone” by David Hess, which first appeared on the soundtrack for ‘Last House On The Left…'”