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Films shot in the mid to late 60's...


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...that used what sounded like hip elevator music rather than the actual music of the times. You know the scenes I mean. Those that are in a bar or discoteque where people are wildly dancing not to the Stones, Animals, the Beatles, Hendrix, or say Booker T & The MG's.


In real life anybody hip to the groove back then would say that the music in this place was a DRAG and find something better, lol.


A good example is *Murders Row*, on TCM right now, though it is a spoof, but other more serious films do it also. The only good example I usually site where its not done is in *Midnight Cowboy* where they actually filmed in Andy Warhol's The Factory, now that one gets it right, that is the way it looked and sounded.


I'm assuming it was cheaper to go with generic music rather that contract to use the real deal.



Edited by: cigarjoe on Mar 8, 2012 5:33 AM

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