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Wild Angels Soundtrack

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Wild Angels by Davie Allan & The Arrows
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 20, 2011)
  • Original Release Date: July 20, 1966
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Curb
  • Run Time: 60 minutes
  • ASIN: B000000DGW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #330,777 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
My parents had this on vinyl when I was very young. And then it dissappeared , My mom gave me the record when I was six so I remember the music alot. when they released this on cd I bought it almost immediately , only to discover that it only contained half on the songs from the record , and half of from the soundtrack album of another version of a "Wild Angels" score (I believe it was called more songs from the movie), and now this cd is also out of print. So why did they even bother?
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In '67 I was bound for the U of I to be a doctor just like old Dad. A `blind' date introduced me to the movie & green-eyed Sparkle. She was into bad boy bikers and wanted to ride. I used the `school' cash to buy a surplus Army HD. Too many road trips meant I'd never finish collage thus got caught in the draft. I spent 16 month in SEA on Uncle Sam. I knew I'd never make it back and was so afraid it would show in my letters I stopped writing Sparkle.

Got home in 1969, no one remember her at the old flat, Danny's Bar on Clark, or near campus. I couldn't go home and face the family since I had no future, no hope, no job, and was mad at everything. I existed half-drunk fixing bikes and temp work for three years. Lonely nights in a dark room over a garage would find this album on the turntable, up loud, and a Bud in my hand. It was going to be just another weekend night, pissed off at the world until; She came into the "Thirsty Whale". With "Blue's Theme" pounding in my head, lust on my mind, and a strong need to beat-the-hell out of somebody, I used my rusty hand-to-hand skills to convince her date to scram. Whack, the slap stung. It tumbled out: I was a brute, why didn't I write, why should she talk to me, get lost, @*%#, I'm so mad at you. ****** And a hug!

After almost 40 years, 16 bikes and 200,000+ miles on two wheels - I still ride my Hog, listen to my music and love to feel Sparkle's hug as we motor on. The vinyl album is gone but, the life, the music and woman remain.
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Right after I saw this "B" movie in the 60's I bought the soundtrack. The movie was pretty awful, but the music was sensational! I still listen to it today with just as much enjoyment as I did many years ago. This has got to be the best biker soundtrack ever. You simply can't not love it! If you can find it, buy it.
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No matter if you have seen the movie or not, this is a great album.

Lots of diverse music, and lots of that 60s guitar twang that Davie Allen & The Arrows mastered. "Midnight Rider" is a great tune, along with the hog being revved up at the beginning of "Blue's Theme".

I'm glad to have found this finally available again (I use to listen to my father's original LP of this back in the 70s.. and still have it).

But this is not the original LP version release in the 60s..

They are missing a few tracks from the vinal LP that is not seen on thsi digital LP, why they left them out is beyond me after all it is music from the movie and they are real good tracks (both instrumentals):

"The Chase" - Davie Allen & The Arrows (Side 1 Song #2)

"Bongo Party" - Davie Allen & The Arrows (Side 1 Song #4)

But the Elvis-like sounds of The Hands of Time's "Lonely In The Chapel" is here, and the fuzzed out "Blues Theme", along with "Midnight Rider" (also from The Hands Of Time).

Great stuff from the past.... and best of all its 256 kbps with NO DRM.
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Or maybe the movie came out in 66, no matter my parents wouldn't let me go see it anyway, but I was able to buy the soundtrack album, which I played quite often as I loved "blues theme". thought it was the perfect biker anthem for me and my yamaha 125, yes I was a badass at 16, or so I thought. Took me until 10 years ago to finally see the movie and I own it along with 30 others. Yes there are songs on here that weren't on the album and the bongo one is missing also, but what are you going to do. It's a good biker themed music that and Steppenwolf's born to be wild.
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I can't be completely objective about the CD. 'Wild Angels' was the first biker film and it and its soundtrack are part of my life. A couple of the tracks are a little cheesy, as they were back in the day but 'Blue's Theme' is as evocative for me as 'Born To Be Wild'.
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I seen the movie when it came out I was 13 yrs. old. I got the LP when it came out. Iwas the only one in my home town to have it in 1967. Iam glad you guys carry the unordinary music from then. Tyhank you.
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