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  • ginghamkitchen
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    Originally posted by SirSlim View Post
    Most entertaining - was that chap in the head band auditioning for a bit part in "up pompei" near the beginning?
    Hey, that was 160,000 BC - everyone wore headbands then.

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  • SirSlim
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    Originally posted by ginghamkitchen View Post
    Oh, and while I'm at it - what do you lot think of this then? Be honest.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uu_Z7OdNjwo
    Most entertaining - was that chap in the head band auditioning for a bit part in "up pompei" near the beginning?

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  • SirSlim
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    Will check the others from home.

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  • ginghamkitchen
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    Excellent choices, never seen that 'Champions' scene before - glad I have now.

    Okay, more scenes from giallos that feature an element of the groovy:

    Three from 'Col Cuore In Gola' (1967):

    Swinging Club Scene With Bizarre Male Dancers

    Attractive woman strips whilst cool French film star bangs drums like a monkey

    It's my Happening, baby, and it freaks me out

    And a great clip from 'Orgasmo' (1969)

    Mutilated bassist plays in white soul group

    Oh, and while I'm at it - what do you lot think of this then? Be honest.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uu_Z7OdNjwo
    Last edited by ginghamkitchen; 04-05-2010, 12:05 AM.

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  • SirSlim
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    And there's more...

    11. The L-shaped room (1962)

    "Babylon revisited". The club sequence featuring John Barry's unreleased jazz twist in 2 parts. Check the piano vamp in part 2 in particular...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vox-D48uj6g

    12. The Champions - late 60's

    Awesome nightclub scene from the TV series "The Champions" - and a great track, anyone know what it is?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZB_hUf2JNIg

    13. Deux hommes dans Manhattan (1959)

    Loads of choice bits in this film but my favourite is probably the recording studio scene.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i309cBBKcrE

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  • SirSlim
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    OK technical problems sorted - so now we're off to Italy...

    8. L'assassino (1961)

    Mastroianni, Piero Piccioni on the record player and a pad to die for...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_OtjLpPN7F0

    9. La ragazza con la pistola (1968)

    One of my favourite scenes from this rather odd film, Monica Vitti meets Tony Booth in Sheffield with his E-type jag.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KESakgWOszA

    10. Tre straniere a Roma (1958)

    The lovely Claudia Cardinale, in a night club, with Italian rock and roll combo trying out their best impersonation of the 3 Little Bops cartoon.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x559Z_WbXAo

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  • SirSlim
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    Originally posted by ginghamkitchen View Post
    I liked this thread, thought I'd try and revive it as effectively as I revived Group Segs.

    Some satanic mass music from Bruno Nicolai.

    All The Colours Of The Dark

    Hymns a'swinging from 'Privilege'.

    Privilege

    Mental Lalo Schifrin music.

    Prime Cut

    Marcello Giombini underwater music.

    The Flower With The Petals Of Steel
    That Lee Marvin thing looks good - not seen that one.

    Enjoying the underwater music even though I've never scuba dived in my life.

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  • ginghamkitchen
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    Cool. Let's keep this one alive.

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  • SirSlim
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    Originally posted by ginghamkitchen View Post
    I liked this thread, thought I'd try and revive it as effectively as I revived Group Segs.

    Some satanic mass music from Bruno Nicolai.

    All The Colours Of The Dark

    Hymns a'swinging from 'Privilege'.

    Privilege

    Mental Lalo Schifrin music.

    Prime Cut

    Marcello Giombini underwater music.

    The Flower With The Petals Of Steel
    Me too.

    Have had a few technical problems but now sorted. A few new bits from me to add to the chart very soon.

    In the meantime look forward to checking these.

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  • ginghamkitchen
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    I liked this thread, thought I'd try and revive it as effectively as I revived Group Segs.

    Some satanic mass music from Bruno Nicolai.

    All The Colours Of The Dark

    Hymns a'swinging from 'Privilege'.

    Privilege

    Mental Lalo Schifrin music.

    Prime Cut

    Marcello Giombini underwater music.

    The Flower With The Petals Of Steel

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  • SirSlim
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    Originally posted by ginghamkitchen View Post
    'Dents de lait, Dents de loup'

    Some very groovy dancing indeed, and some people that are just stomping about. Great song too, did this ever get a release and, if yes, why haven't I got one?
    Manifique!

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  • ginghamkitchen
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    'Dents de lait, Dents de loup'

    Some very groovy dancing indeed, and some people that are just stomping about. Great song too, did this ever get a release and, if yes, why haven't I got one?

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  • SirSlim
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    Originally posted by babycart View Post
    Federico Arana of Los Sinners:

    "Bunuel came to us. He was looking for a dive that would be right for the final scene and came to the Cafe Milleti where, by chance, we were playing. Don Luis asked us to play 'alarming' rock music. We asked if he wanted a vocal song or an instrumental and he answered instrumental, but really hard. He was looking for something sinister and very brutal. I offered him Radioactive Rebel and not only did he like it, but he also told me he wanted to name the film after this not particularly genteel or inspirational melody. The sad thing was that the producer Gustavo Alatriste said no way, because then they'd have had to pay a lot more for the rights"
    Interesting.

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  • babycart
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    Federico Arana of Los Sinners:

    "Bunuel came to us. He was looking for a dive that would be right for the final scene and came to the Cafe Milleti where, by chance, we were playing. Don Luis asked us to play 'alarming' rock music. We asked if he wanted a vocal song or an instrumental and he answered instrumental, but really hard. He was looking for something sinister and very brutal. I offered him Radioactive Rebel and not only did he like it, but he also told me he wanted to name the film after this not particularly genteel or inspirational melody. The sad thing was that the producer Gustavo Alatriste said no way, because then they'd have had to pay a lot more for the rights"

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