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Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks

punkfolkrocker 10 Apr 18 - 01:54 PM
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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: punkfolkrocker
Date: 10 Apr 18 - 01:54 PM

Manitas - yes...

Black Jack


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: Manitas_at_home
Date: 10 Apr 18 - 11:49 AM

Didn't Packie Byrne feature in that one?


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: punkfolkrocker
Date: 10 Apr 18 - 11:41 AM

Ken Loach's "Black Jack" 1979 - music by Bob Pegg


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: Phil Cooper
Date: 08 Apr 18 - 09:05 AM

Barry Dransfield playing fiddle and singing The Water is Wide in the Bounty with Mel Gibson and Anthony Hopkins.


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: GUEST,Judy G
Date: 06 Apr 18 - 06:41 AM

Do TV movies count?

The 1975 Moll Flanders, featuring Julia Foster had a soundtrack by Martin Carthy, and I remember Rosebud in June and Here's adieu to all judges and juries. Plenty more I cannot remember. It was lovely. Recorded it all on my Grundig reel to reel tape recorder.


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: GUEST,Gealt
Date: 05 Apr 18 - 10:42 AM

The Gentle Gunman (1952) starring John Mills & Dirk Bogarde.
I saw this film in a local cinema c1953, don't remember much about it except 'I've been a Mooonshiner' was on the soundtrack.

IMDb has some more information:
Soundtracks
Moonshiner
(uncredited)
Traditional
Arranged by Delia Murphy


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: Dave Hanson
Date: 05 Apr 18 - 09:12 AM

Recently watched the film ' Fire Down Below ' Stephen Segal playing an environmental investigator, lots of good music and singers as well as Mr Seagal, Levon Helm, Harry Dean Stanton, Marty Stuart and over the closing titles John Prine singing his great song ' Paradise '

Dave H


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: GUEST,Jon Heslop
Date: 05 Apr 18 - 08:31 AM

In one scene in the newly released "Paddington 2" a musum curator is heard to be quietly whistling a few lines of the "Wild Rover" but I don't know if that counts.


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: GUEST,Phil d'Conch
Date: 05 Apr 18 - 06:18 AM

I think prize for the earliest would go to Ford's The Iron Horse (1924) which has Drill, ye terriers written right into the script even though it's a "silent" film.


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: GUEST,GUEST, Doug (darkriver)
Date: 11 Mar 18 - 07:53 PM

In almost every John Ford western there's a scene of a burial, and the folk gathered 'round the grave sing "Shall we gather at the river"--or at least the part that goes "the beautiful, the beautiful river."


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: FreddyHeadey
Date: 21 Sep 17 - 05:10 AM

thanks.
Bill Nighy sings 'Wild Mountain Thyme'.
https://youtu.be/J9JMquzDWF8


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: The Doctor
Date: 21 Sep 17 - 03:42 AM

I've just watched 'Their Finest'. Bill Nighy sings 'Wild Mountain Thyme'.


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: rich-joy
Date: 19 Sep 17 - 09:35 AM

OUTLANDER, the recent series set mostly in Jacobite Scotland and devised from the very excellent tomes by Diana Gabaldon, has good music throughout that is at least folk-derived.
(and not to mention, it features lotsa men in kilts! :)

R-J


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: GUEST,Phil d'Conch
Date: 19 Sep 17 - 04:18 AM

Island Woman from the Bahamian movie Calypso Island. Plus bits & pieces of most every other Bahamian tune & artist mentioned on Mudcat.

Lyr Add: Island Woman (calypso)
Calypso Island

Robert Duval and James Caan have a go at New River Train in The Killer Elite (1975.) Good thing they never quit their day jobs.


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: GUEST,Phil d'Conch
Date: 19 Sep 17 - 04:15 AM

The Tarriers (Erik Darling, Bob Carey, Alan Arkin line-up) sang the Haitian folk song Chaucoun (or Choucoune) and The Banana Boat Song in Calypso Heat Wave (1957.) Belafonte & Burgie were inspired apparently.

Lots of familiar, non-folkie faces there too. Maya Angelou in her modern calypso era with an original All That Happens in the Market Place.

And, it seems Janet Jackson still doesn't know her middle name is after Creole-American actress, comedian & singer Damita Jo DeBlanc, from Austin, Tejas no less. She (Damita Jo that is) sings Day Old Bread Canned Beans with and by Claude Trenier & Don Hill.


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: rich-joy
Date: 18 Sep 17 - 06:23 PM

Thought perhaps my recent post might be more, or as, suitable in this thread re movie music (which subject could probably be added to by now anyway!)


Subject: RE: ONCE - An Irish Movie/Musical about 'US'?on NPR
From: rich-joy - PM
Date: 16 Sep 17 - 02:26 AM

Just came across this YouTube clip of "Falling Slowly" (from the 2007 Irish film, "Once"), and fell in love with the song All Over Again!!

10 years on, and Glen [Hansard] & Marketa [Irglova] still move me, and, I believe it's still being sung in Folk Sessions/Clubs.....

ENJOY!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8mtXwtapX4
Cheers,
R-J


I don't know you
But I want you
All the more for that

Words fall through me
And always fool me
And I can't react

And games that never amount
To more than they're meant
Will play themselves out

Take this sinking boat and point it home
We've still got time
Raise your hopeful voice you have a choice
You'll make it now

Falling slowly
Eyes that know me
And I can't go back
Moods that take me
and erase me
And I'm painted black

You have suffered enough
And warred with yourself
It's time that you won


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: GUEST,Fred McCormick
Date: 15 Nov 14 - 10:39 AM

Yes. It's called McCarthy Cavern, and it's got the hottest furnace anywhere in hell.


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: Airymouse
Date: 15 Nov 14 - 08:59 AM

Been a while since I saw "How Green was my Valley," but I think Paul Robeson sang the English version of the Welsh song, "All through the night." As they say in these here parts, "I might could be wrong."
I presume there is a special circle in Hell reserved for those who took away Robeson's livelihood and the beautiful voice God had intended us to hear.


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: MGM·Lion
Date: 15 Nov 14 - 05:52 AM

... and Elmer Bernstein, esp in Magnificent Seven.


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: GUEST
Date: 15 Nov 14 - 04:31 AM

Music for a found harmonium in NAPOLEON dynamite


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: MGM·Lion
Date: 15 Nov 14 - 01:41 AM

The scores by Dimitri Tiomkin & Enrico Morricone for many westerns (& "spaghetti westerns"!) often contained quotations and riffs redolent of traditional cowboy songs.

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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: MGM·Lion
Date: 15 Nov 14 - 01:29 AM

'Going Down The Road Feeling Bad' was sung with guitar in Ford's The Grapes Of Wrath, & the air of 'Red River Valley' was a main soundtrack theme.

Westerns sometimes had traditional songs as part of the cabaret in the saloon sequences. I remember one in which the saloon songstresses sang 'A Railroader For Me', but forget which film it was. Anyone know?

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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: GUEST,Oigle
Date: 15 Nov 14 - 12:26 AM

Streets of Laredo sung by Dick Foote in the movie made in 1949


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: quokka
Date: 07 Aug 08 - 12:07 PM

Whoops I mean Ben Kingsley!


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: quokka
Date: 07 Aug 08 - 12:00 PM

In the film Twelfth Night (1996) Ben Kinsgley sings 'The Wind and the Rain' (I think) - it's been a few years since I've seen it
Cheers,
Quokka


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: GUEST,TJ in San Diego
Date: 06 Aug 08 - 04:26 PM

I believe that Gene Autry once did a western called "Tumbling Tumbleweeds," which was named after a song by Bob Nolan, of the Sons of the Pioneers. I believe he originally wrote it back in around 1936 or so, while working in Hollywood. I can't think of any other films actually named for songs written before the movies they appeared in were conceived.

By the way, for fans of old westerns who think of tumbleweeds as iconic symbols, they are actually Russian thistle. This is a plant which likely arrived here in the later 1800's mixed in with hard winter wheat imported by Mennonite farmers and others from europe. It breaks loose from its base connection after it dries. Being rounded, the wind easily moves it about, scattering its seeds as it bounces along. A very efficient method of propagation. This is why it has become so ubiquitous out west.


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: Big Mick
Date: 06 Aug 08 - 09:27 AM

two sites I know of that go into some detail about soundtrack albums are
http://www.soundtrack.net/news/
http://www.moviemusic.com/


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: GUEST
Date: 06 Aug 08 - 09:03 AM

two sites I know of that go into some detail about soundtrack albums are
http://www.soundtrack.net/news/
http://www.moviemusic.com/


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: Jay777
Date: 06 Aug 08 - 06:57 AM

"Falling Slowly" from the film "Once" is a beautiful song. Not sure if it's strictly folk...


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: GUEST,TJ in San Diego
Date: 05 Aug 08 - 05:15 PM

Too many of the "folk" tunes I have heard from movie soundtracks sound contrived or over-arranged, or both. It's a delight when one comes through relatively unscathed. Jagger doing the "Wild Colonia Boy" was a fair example. Who remembers the old Glenn Ford epic, "Advance to the Rear?" It was a western (spoof?) in which some Randy Sparks material appeared. The one most people remember is "Today." Though it is not a folk song, it got a lot of air play.
There is a 1940's western in which Forrest Tucker appears as a good/bad guy. The picture wasn't particularly memorable, but his singing of "Skip to My Lou" was a surprise. The guy had a fair voice.


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: eddie1
Date: 05 Aug 08 - 02:47 PM

There was a short British film about, surprisingly enough, a submarine captain which featured Cyril Tawney's "A-Cheering Of The Queen"
Cyril phoned Rosemary from my house to tell her I had seen it as support to a sword & sorcery blockbuster. Rosemary misheard and was convinced the main movie was called "Cohen The Barbarian"!

Eddie


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: GUEST,Warwick Slade
Date: 05 Aug 08 - 02:45 PM

I remember an old B&W film in the '60 called (i think) "I was happy here" The main song was Shoals of Herring by the Clancy Bros. First time I heard the song and thought it was great. How times have changed


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: Irene M
Date: 05 Aug 08 - 01:55 PM

Didn't Paul Brady do some soundtrack for "Eat The Peach"? God! I'd like to get my hands on a tape of that film!

Also, I remember Cilla Fisher and Artie Trezise coming back from a tour in the US, hysterical because they had come across a song called "I've got tears in my ears cos I'm lying on my bed crying over you". I suspected they might have been over-egging that pudding. Then, damn me, it is playing in the background of a bar scene in either Thelma & Louise or Sleepless In Seattle. Think it's the latter (where I also spotted Richard Farnsworth sitting at a bar, doing a bit as an extra).

Someone will now correct me......


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: GUEST, Sminky
Date: 05 Aug 08 - 05:25 AM

Roger Livesey sang Nut Brown Maiden in Powell and Pressburger's memorable "I Know Where I'm Going".


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: GUEST,Timo_Tuokkola
Date: 05 Aug 08 - 04:23 AM

Can't think of any movies right now which haven't been mentioned, but I can say that the song in the pub in the Heath Ledger version of "Ned Kelley" is called "Moreton Bay". I'm pretty sure the lyrics are in the DT.


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: BK Lick
Date: 05 Aug 08 - 04:20 AM

Pete Seeger wrote "Old Devil Time" for the film "Tell Me You Love Me Junie Moon" in 1969 -- more info in this thread.


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: GUEST,MystMoonstruck aka Cyn
Date: 05 Aug 08 - 03:46 AM

Help! I can't find where to log in, so I'll just leap in.

In "The Sterile Cuckoo", a co-ed sings "Scarborough Fair" (or "Faire", as some have it) but gets interrupted at least once. She might be in more than one scene, trying to go about her folk-business in the midst of the troubles with Pookie and her guy.

Now, all of the songs I've heard in so many films have gone into hiding. It's too bad that these posts can't be edited since I'm sure I'll think of others as soon as I close.


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: Liz the Squeak
Date: 14 Oct 07 - 03:16 AM

Watching some cartoon thing yesterday (Watch my Chops???) about a dog who can talk (Corneel?), there was a snatch of folk music - I can't remember the tune but it's a session favourite with the words 'If I had a wife, the plague of me life, I'd tell you what I would do'.

Nice to see the little darlings being indocrinated through the strangest of media!

LTS


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: topical tom
Date: 13 Oct 07 - 05:17 PM

Pete Seeger's song in the movie "Alice's Restaurant"
was "Pastures of Plenty." Thanks, Google!


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: GUEST,Sapper on the TRU North of Banbury
Date: 13 Oct 07 - 07:56 AM

Old John Mills film from 1952 I caught on Ch4 at the hotel on Thu afternoon, The Long Memory"? had a couple of lines of "As I walked out one may morning" as the closing credits came up.


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: deadfrett
Date: 12 Oct 07 - 08:54 AM

Paul Newman ..in Cool Hand Luke playin Banjo and singin Plastic Jesus


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: topical tom
Date: 12 Oct 07 - 08:43 AM

Pete Seeger's song to Woody Guthrie in "Alice's Restaurant" but what was the song?(HELP SOMEONE!)


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: GUEST
Date: 11 Oct 07 - 09:20 PM

In those cheapo westerns from Republic Studios, in the 1930's, Gene Autry sang any number of traditional songs including "Red River Valley" and "Yellow Rose of Texas". Roy Rogers sang in all his movies, too, but his numbers were from Tin Pan Alley.
Who can forget Dean Martin and Ricky Nelson singing "Get Along Home, Cindy" in Rio Bravo. Ricky played the guitar and Walter Brennan pretended to play the harmonica.


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: Dave'sWife
Date: 11 Oct 07 - 08:40 PM

I think that might be the one. it's an odd film. It only has meaning if you have either read Turn of The Screw or have seen one of the adaptations. Quint as played by Brando is a sadistic gardemer carrying on with the governess. He takes a fair stab at an Irish accent and doesn't make too much of a fool of himself.


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: The Doctor
Date: 10 Oct 07 - 05:30 AM

If it was it's called 'The Nightcomers',(1972). Further details on The Internet Movie Database, but no mention of a song.


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: Dave'sWife
Date: 09 Oct 07 - 09:02 PM

greg stephens -said:
>>>Marlon Brando sang a snatch of "Long gone Lost John" in a film I've been trying to identify for years, and nobody remembers this except me, so if you could add the name of this film here I'd be eternally grateful.<<<

Is that the film that was the ill-advised prequel to The Innocents (AKA Turn of The Screw)? He plays Peter Quint and I think maybe Stephanie Beacham plays Miss Jessup?


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: Splott Man
Date: 04 Dec 06 - 04:23 AM

Not just Swarb, but martin Carthy and the Yetties to boot.



100 BTW


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: Rusty Dobro
Date: 03 Dec 06 - 01:31 PM

Isn't that Swarbrick in the band playing for the 'harvest home' supper scene in 'Far From The Madding Crowd'?


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: Bat Goddess
Date: 03 Dec 06 - 12:24 PM

Just watched the German film "Schultze Gets the Blues" -- early in the film (when Schultze is retiring from working in the mines) he's serenaded with a salt mining folk song -- and I'd like t know more about it. Is it authentic? Where can I get a recording, words, etc.?

The last piece of music in the film is a brass band playing a tune that seems very familiar. It's similar to George Ward's river song (can't remember the title) about "if it doesn't lift your spirits it will leave you numb".

Anybody know anything about the soundtrack?

Linn


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Subject: RE: Folk Songs In Movie Soundtracks
From: Ref
Date: 02 Dec 06 - 09:37 PM

That's Erland Von Lidth De Jude. He was an NCAA wrestling champ, an opera class singer and a character actor. As well as the roles mentioned above, he was the leader of the Fordham Baldies in The Wanderers.

This is a good list. Song Catcher was an awful movie with a good sound track. Cold Mountain was a HUGE letdown after O Brother (T-Bone Burnett did the music for both.) I love Sacred Harp, but it needs to be done by about sixteen good voices using some dynamic range. Hearing a bunch of not really talented choir members bellowing it kinda ruins the experience. Hearing Jack White sing trad songs through his nose (whether because it's more authentic or because that's how he always sings) is excruciating. His charm escapes me. Oops, I seem to have used up my snide quota for the day.


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