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Old 03-13-2014, 07:30 PM   #171 (permalink)
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One of the greatest movie scenes ever!
^ That is a cute scene where Michael J. Fox rocks out at the end, shocking his audience.

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I was listening through the soundtrack of Vanilla Sky (2001) recently to find out if its theme song was similar to a piano ditty I made up around ten years ago (afraid I'd plagiarized without knowing it), when I came to and enjoyed the following song sung by actress Cameron Diaz...

"I Fall Apart" -- written by Nancy Wilson and sung by Cameron Diaz as the character "Julie"

It's a nice stalker song: slightly eerie, haunting, and menacing. After hearing it, I wished Cameron Diaz would sing more often because I like her voice and the song, which reminds me of my favorite stalker song of all time, "Do You Love Me Now," by the Breeders.


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Cameron Diaz apparently said this about singing "I Fall Apart" with her idol, Nancy Wilson:

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Diaz: "It was a huge fear to conquer even just standing in that booth in front of Nancy Wilson who is my goddess since I was a child; my sister and I would just sit with their Heart albums and just be like these beautiful creatures making rock -n-roll. So when Cameron said Nancy wrote a song for Julie. I was like, I couldn't. I had chills. I was so excited to sit in front of her and she just sat there and sang and strummed a guitar and I was just like: I can't believe this is happening.

"I couldn't wait to jump up and call my sister (which I did afterwards) and she was like no way, no way! So, we were so excited about that and then to actually go into the studio and record with her which was a huge fear to do but she was so wonderful and totally gave me direction; then of course she had to lay down her own voice underneath mine to help carry it because there was no way I was surviving on my own."
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^ Cameron Diaz' comments about Heart made me want to learn more about Nancy Wilson. So due to the movie Vanilla Sky, I discovered how good a guitar player Nancy Wilson is by listening to this old video of "Crazy on You":


Heart - Crazy On You - Ann & Nancy Wilson Live 1978 - YouTube
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Old 03-13-2014, 09:43 PM   #172 (permalink)
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Old 03-15-2014, 09:49 PM   #173 (permalink)
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Now that I think about it...I think the first time I heard Kiss From A Rose was in Batman Forever.

And for the record, that song is creepy.
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Old 03-16-2014, 12:54 PM   #174 (permalink)
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Oh man, being a soundtrack and score fan there's an awful lot.

But probably one of my favorite finds was discovering Bruce Willis is a great singer.



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Now that I think about it...I think the first time I heard Kiss From A Rose was in Batman Forever.

And for the record, that song is creepy.
That song is creepy, but excellent.
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I remember i was young when i watched Silence of the Lambs and this scene creeped me out but i liked the song for some reason.
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^Great song too. I sometimes play it and actually do the dance, I'll confess.....
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Old 03-17-2014, 09:21 PM   #177 (permalink)
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I remember i was young when i watch Silence of the Lambs and this scene creeped me out but i liked the song for some reason.
ha i posted that on the page before this one. i agree though. really great song!
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i heard recently they are making The Goonies 2 with the original cast and it reminded me of the 1st Goonies theme song.


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From the movie Drive. The entire soundtrack is amazing, i am sure that anyone who liked at least a song from the movie, got the entire soundtrack.
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Old 07-10-2014, 01:43 AM   #180 (permalink)
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Let's just put this simply.

All the songs on the 'Elizabeth Town' CD
Every single one of the songs has a meaning.
The great thing is, you can relax to them.
They are not up beat pop, or even rock in that fact.
More like the blues.
Something you can listen to when all you want to do is relax.

Let's face it, doesn't the music industry play ****ty stuff on the radio???
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