Sunday Sessions – Quentin Tarantino

Quentin Tarantino is a man that enjoys music and you know this by watching any one of the movies that he has directed over the years.  They are filled with songs and compositions as wildly varied as they come and yet, they all fit together seamlessly to tell the story he puts on the screen.  At any moment it can go from the sweeping sounds of an Ennio Morricone epic to Al Green to Ricky Nelson to Rick Ross to Jim Croce to Isaac Hayes and more.  Nearly every style of music has been, at some point, featured in one of his films.  Maybe not heavy metal, but given time, who knows?  Each soundtrack creates an amazing listening experience that any fan of music must take.  It is not just a history lesson of hits and unknown numbers, it is experiencing the films through sound instead of sight and it is just as amazing as watching them on the big screen.  Check out a selection of his compilations below and be prepared to spend hours doing so.


Kill Bill: Vol. 1 Original Soundtrack (Full)

Kill Bill: Vol. 2 Original Soundtrack (Full)

Jackie Brown – Full Original Movie Soundtrack OST

Reservoir Dogs Soundtrack

Pulp Fiction soundtrack

Django Unchained Complete Soundtrack

Grindhouse: Death Proof Soundtrack

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  1. This is one of the best Sunday Sessions you have ever done, my friend. The one thing I love about QT’s inclusion of music in his films are that the majority of tracks are part of the film and not just part of the soundtrack. “Stuck in the Middle” was playing on a radio in the hideout when Mr.Blonde sliced Marvin’s ear. I know there are other example but I just can’t think of them right now. Great post!!!!!!!!!!

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  2. Reservoir Dogs is my personal favorite, I just love Little Green Bag and Stuck in the Middle With You but Pulp Fiction also has a pretty kickass soundtrack. From Death Proof I like just this one song, Down in Mexico.

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