October 1, 2019
- Huey Lewis and the News “The Power of Love” Back to the Future: Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack (MCA Records) 1985
- Prince “When Doves Cry” Purple Rain (Warner Bros.) 1984
- Bee Gees “Stayin’ Alive” Saturday Night Fever (RSO, Polydor, Reprise) 1977
- Carmine Coppola & Francis Coppola “Suzie Q” Apocalypse Now – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Elektra) 1979
- The Rolling Stones “Gimmie Shelter” Let It Bleed (Decca Records) 1969
- KC & The Sunshine Band “Boogie Shoes” KC and the Sunshine Band (TK Records) 1975
Jim and Patrick take some time off. In their absence, they’ve requested only the best guest hosts to cover for them. Today, Mike Snider and Brett Motiff fill in and talk about the use of rock and pop songs in movies.
Where credit is due: Thumbnail photo by Paramount Pictures via FilmAffinity.
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