‘Jackie Brown’ soundtrack is getting a vinyl rerelease
Good news for those fans of the Jackie Brown soundtrack who own themselves a record player. The soundtrack to Tarantino’s forgotten child (listen, don’t be the person to come in here and be like I HAVEN’T FORGOTTEN IT!!! I know its a cult classic but I’m talking ask the average person about it) is getting itself a rerelease on vinyl. And man, I haven’t watched the film in a while, but seeing the track listing? Reminds me of what a great fucking soundtrack the movie has.
There is a small group of people, myself among them, who argue that “Jackie Brown” is Quentin Tarantino‘s best film. While it’s probably wise to put aside that debate for another day, most people can agree that the film’s soundtrack is top shelf stuff. If you’ve lately found yourself part of the resurgent vinyl craze, or if you’re long-time LP collector, you can soon cop the official soundtrack on brand new wax.
That’s right, “Jackie Brown” is being freshly pressed on vinyl for release this fall. From Bobbie Womack to Johnny Cash to The Delfonics and more, as per usual, Tarantino’s crate-digging provides some real sonic pleasure. For those of you for this kind of information really matters, yes, it will be pressed on 180 gram vinyl.
“Jackie Brown” hits the street on October 8th. Check out the tracklist and hear the whole soundtrack below. [FACT]
“Jackie Brown” Soundtrack Tracklisting
1. Across 110th Street – Bobby Womack
2. Beaumont’s Lament (dialogue; Samuel L. Jackson and Robert Deniro)
3. Strawberry Letter 23 – The Brothers Johnson
4. Melanie, Simone and Sheronda (dialogue: Samuel L. Jackson and Robert Deniro)
5. Who Is He (And What Is He to You)? – Bill Withers
6. Tennessee Stud – Johnny Cash
7. Natural High – Bloodstone
8. Long Time Woman – Pam Grier
9. Detroit 9000 (dialogue; Council Cargel)
10. (Holy Matrimony) Letter To the Firm – Foxy Brown
11. Street Life – Randy Crawford
12. Didn’t I (Blow Your Mind This Time) – The Delfonics
13. Midnight Confessions – The Grass Roots
14. Inside My Love – Minnie Riperton
15. Just Ask Melanie (dialogue: Samuel L. Jackson, Robert Deniro and Bridget Fonda)
16. Lions and the Cucumber – Vampire’s Sound Inc.
17. Monte Carlo Nights – Elliot Easton’s Tiki Gods