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c0kebloke
Posted: Wednesday, February 24, 2016 9:12:40 PM
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Anyone else see this one.
Caught the first couple of episodes but may need a few more to get into it.
As a warm up Ep 1-2 were good & the soundtrack is well worth a listen.

Vinyl: Music From the HBO Original Series — Volume 1 track listing

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/hbos-vinyl-unveils-soundtrack-weekly-856159

1. Ty Taylor — "The World Is Yours"
2. David Johansen — "Personality Crisis"
3. Kaleo — "No Good"
4. Sturgill Simpson — "Sugar Daddy (Theme from Vinyl)"
5. Ruth Brown — "Mama He Treats Your Daughter Mean"
6. Otis Redding — "Mr. Pitiful"
7. Dee Dee Warwick — "Suspicious Minds"
8. Mott the Hoople — All the Way From Memphis"
9. David Johansen — "Stranded in the Jungle"
10. Chris Kenner — "I Like It Like That"
11. Ty Taylor — "Cha Cha Twist"
12. The Jimmy Castor Bunch — "It’s Just Begun"
13. Soda Machine — "Want Ads"
14. The Meters — "Hand Clapping Song"
15. Soda Machine — "Slippin’ Into Darkness"
16. Edgar Winter — "Frankenstein"
17. Nasty Bits — "Rotten Apple"
18. Foghat — "I Just Want to Make Love to You"

Be interesting to see & hear what else will be on offer in future episodes music releases.


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surfrider48
Posted: Thursday, February 25, 2016 7:41:15 AM
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I've seen first two episodes as well & will comment on the music & the show's music references.
If you were around at the time, the show is like a soundtrack to your life.
There is also a very strong link to Bluesfest itself. Festival alumni feature heavily in the opening episodes.
Characterisations of Bo Diddley, Robert Plant & John Paul Jones appear. References are made regarding
Jackson Browne, Yes & Jethro Tull. John Fogerty is heard belting out a CCR number.
A character from the show, Lester Grimes belts out two songs which are actually sung by Ty Taylor from Vintage Trouble.
These two songs appear on the soundtrack as well as other Bluesfest artists, the Meters & Kaleo whilst nearly Bluesfest
family member Sturgill Simpson's song Sugar Daddy is the show's opening piece of music.
The show was developed by Mick Jagger & Martin Scorcese with Scorcese directing the first episode whilst Jagger is Executive
Producer. Mick's son James plays the part of the singer of an early punk band.
Well worth a watch but has a long way to go before rivalling Treme in it's musical quality

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Flegal08
Posted: Thursday, February 25, 2016 3:08:41 PM

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Yep, been watching it, you are correct, takes me back to that time. Hasn't hooked me yet, but, we keep watching it as the music is good.

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