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Third Stone from the Sun
(1967)
Written and Performed by Jimi Hendrix
Published by Experience Hendrix LLC
(p) 1967 Experience Hendrix LLC/MCA Records
Courtesy of Experience Hendrix LLC
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises & Universal Music Special Projects France
Music from Sam Fuller's 'Shock Corridor'
(1963)
Written by Paul Dunlap
Published by Amphion Music
Courtesy of Ben Barry & Associates, Inc/Betafilm (Kirch Group)
New York Herald Tribune
(1959)
taken from the OST "Breathless (1960)"
Written by Martial Solal
(c) 1959, 1990 Editions Sidomusic
(p) 1959 Sidomusic-Hortensia
Courtesy of Universal Music Jazz France & Universal Music Special Projects France
Les Quatre cent coups
from "The 400 Blows (1959)" by François Truffaut
Composed by Jean Constantin
(c) 1966 - Les Films Du Carrosse
Courtesy of MK2
Song for Our Ancestors
(1968)
Written by Steve Miller
Published by Sailor Music, Administered in the UK by Windswept Music (London) Ltd
Performed by Steve Miller Band
Licensed Courtesy of EMI Recorded Music Ltd
I Need a Man to Love
(1968)
Written by Janis Joplin and Sam Andrew
Published by Cheap Thrills & Strong Arm Music
Performed by Big Brother and the Holding Company
Courtesy of Columbia Records
By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
Night in the Throne Room
(1933)
taken from the OST of "Queen Christina"
Written by Herbert Stothart
Published 1933 by EMI Catalogue Partnership/EMI Robbins Catalogue Inc.
Courtesy of EMI Music Publishing France S.A.
All Rights Reserved
Courtesy of Turner Entertainment Co.
Ball and Chain
(1967)
Written by Willie Mae Thornton
Published by Bro 'N Sis Music, Inc.
(All Rights in the United States controlled by Bro 'N Sis Music, Inc. c/o Carlin America,
Inc.) & Cristeval Music (All Rights for the World, Exclusive of the United States, Controlled by Bronx Flash Music,
, Inc.)
Performed by Big Brother and the Holding Company
Courtesy of Columbia Records
By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
No Strings (I'm Fancy Free)
(1935)
from "Top Hat"
Written by Irving Berlin
Published by Irving Berlin Music Company
Performed by Fred Astaire
Courtesy of Turner Entertainment Co.
Queen Jane Approximately
(1965)
Written and Performed by Bob Dylan
Published by Special Rider Music
Courtesy of Columbia Records
By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
Let's Face the Music and Dance
(1936)
Written by Irving Berlin
Published by Irving Berlin Music Company
Performed by Roy Fox and His Band
Living Era Records Licensed Courtesy of Sanctuary Records Group
Hot Voodoo
(1932)
taken from the OST of "Blonde Venus"
Music by Sam Coslow
Lyrics by Ralph Rainger
Published by Famous Music Corporation/BMG Music Publishing International Ltd.
Courtesy of Universal Pictures, A division of Universal City Studio, LLP
Love Me Please Love Me
(1966)
Music by Michel Polnareff
Lyrics by Michel Polnareff & Franck Gérald (as Frank Gerald)
Published by Ma Music & Semi
Performed by Michel Polnareff
(p) Semi-Meridian Under License to Universal Music (UK) Limited
Special Thanks to Universal Music Special Projects France
La Mer
Music by Charles Trenet and Albert Lasry
Lyrics by Charles Trenet
Published by France Music Corp.
Performed by Charles Trenet
Licensed Courtesy of EMI Recorded Music
C'est irreperable
(1966)
Written and Performed by Nino Ferrer
Published by Editions Paul Beuscher
Performed by Nino Ferrer
(p) 1966 Barclay France
Courtesy of Universal Music Special Projects France
Combination of the Two
(1968)
Written by Sam Andrew
Published by Cheap Thrills
Performed by Big Brother and the Holding Company
Courtesy of Columbia Records
By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
Maggie M'Gill
Written by The Doors
Published by Doors Music Co.
Performed by The Doors
Courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group
By Arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing UK
El paso del Ebro
(1808)
Harmonised by Rodolfo Halffter
Published by Le Chant du Monde
Performed by Choeur et Orchestre
Directed by Rodolfo Halffter
Courtesy of Le Chant du Monde
Hey Joe
(1962)
Written by Billy Roberts
Performed by Michael Pitt and The Twins of Evil featuring Ben Coleman (Electric Violin)
Produced and Arranged by Nick Laird-Clowes
Engineered and Mixed by Stephen McLaughlin (as Steve MacLaughlin)
Published by Third Palm Music
(c) 1962, 1990 Third Palm Music
By Arrangement with Media Creature Music
Tous les garçons et les filles
(1962)
Written by Françoise Hardy and Roger Samyn
Published by Editions Musicales Alpha
Performed by Françoise Hardy
(p) 1962 Disques Vogue S.A. France
Licensed courtesy of BMG France
You'll Never Never Know
(1956)
taken from the OST of "The Girl Can't Help It"
Written by Jean Miles, Paul Robi and Tony Williams
Published by Universal Music Publishing Ltd on behalf of Songs of Universal Inc.
Performed by The Platters
(p) 1956 Mercury Records USA
Courtesy of Universal Music Special Projects France
Ferdinand
(1965)
taken from the OST "Pierrot le fou"
Written by Antoine Duhamel
(c) 1965, 1990 Editions Sidomusic
(p) 1965 Sidomusic-Hortensia
Courtesy of Universal Music Jazz France & Universal Music Special Projects France
The Spy
(1970)
Written by The Doors
Published by Doors Music Co.
Performed by The Doors
Courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group
By arrangment with Warner Strategic Marketing UK
Dark Star
(1968)
Written by Jerry Garcia, Mickey Hart (as Michael Hart), Robert Hunter,
Bill Kreutzmann (as William Kreutzmann), Phil Lesh, Ron McKernan (as Ronald McKernan),
, Bob Weir
Published by Ice Nine Publishing Co. Inc.
Performed by Grateful Dead
Courtesy of Grateful Dead Productions
Non, je ne regrette rien
(1956)
Written by Charles Dumont and Michel Vaucaire
(c) S.E.M.I. Paris
Performed by Édith Piaf
Licensed Courtesy of EMI Recorded Music

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