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AdLib On June - 25 - 2010

It’s officially summer, the biggest season for moviegoing so this week’s theme is another edition of music that’s appeared in movies. From original soundtracks to popular songs, all songs and music that appeared in films is invited.

Now grab your popcorn and enjoy the air conditioning, the multiplex is open!

The Big Lebowski – Just Dropped In – The First Edition

O Brother Whereart Thou – Man of Constant Sorrow – Dan Tyminski

Animal House – Shout – DeWayne Jessie

Blues Brothers – Think – Aretha Franklin

How to Succeed In Business Without Really Trying – I Believe in You – Robert Morse

Superman The Movie – Original Theme Song

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Written by AdLib

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  1. Khirad says:

    Lisa Gerrard -- Now We Are Free

    The Last of the Mohicans -- Promentory

    Royal Scots Dragoon Guards -- Last of the Mohicans Theme

  2. Questinia says:

    This is what I hear in my head all the time, especially walking the streets of NYC. Yes, I skip, and toss berets in the air.

  3. AdLib says:

    Manhattan -- Rhapsody in Blue -- George Gershwin

  4. PatsyT says:

    Alfred Hitchcock

    Hitchcock: Vertigo (1958) theme.
    Music by Bernard Herrmann.

  5. PatsyT says:

    Bridge on the River Kwai Theme

  6. PatsyT says:

    Apocalypse Now -- Helicopter Attack- Kilgore

  7. PatsyT says:

    I love this film and the composer
    I think some others here have posted this one…
    Once Upon a Time in America (Theme by Ennio Morricone)

  8. Kalima says:

    An all time favourite film. In the heat of the night-Ray Charles.

  9. bitohistory says:

    Watched a movie the other night, the setting was in New Orleans. Mose Allison played a song in a jazz club. This song is dedicated to Tony Heywood and all the talking heads for BP:

    Your mind is on vacation……

  10. Jenuwin says:

    Somewhere in time for the romantic in us

    • PatsyT says:

      One of my all time favorites
      This is wonderful to see live and many Orchestra’s feature this piece
      in their summer festival line up.
      It’s great to hear in the summer in the open air watching the stars above
      Here is the composer playing his own work

      Rachmaninoff plays Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini

      Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
      in A minor for piano & orchestra, Op. 43
      Philadelphia Orchestra
      Conducted by Leopold Stokowski
      Sergei Rachmaninov, piano

      part 1

      part 2

  11. Jenuwin says:

    May all time favorite summer film: Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark

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