The Kill Bill Soundtrack

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  1. Bourbon City

    Bourbon City Pianissimo User

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    Who did the trumpet work for the move Kill Bill, Vol. 1?

    For those of you who haven't yet heard the trumpet performance for this soundtrack, the movie is currently playing on cable. The soundtrack has some very good music in it. It is interesting and a keeper in my opinion.
     
  2. MUSICandCHARACTER

    MUSICandCHARACTER Forte User

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    I don't know who did the trumpet, but the music was interesting enough that a couple of drum corps thought about using some of it for shows!

    Jim
     
  3. Phatmon

    Phatmon New Friend

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    The theme song to the green hornet played by Al Hirt is part of the soundtrack. Thanks to fellow T-Masters who had let me know about a week ago. Hope this helps
     
  4. Bourbon City

    Bourbon City Pianissimo User

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    Thanks, I knew I had read it recently but couldn't find it.

    Ok, now who did the trumpet work before the Green Hornet Theme played by Al Hirt? Or, did Al do all the solo trumpet work on the soundtrack?
     
  5. bigaggietrumpet

    bigaggietrumpet Mezzo Forte User

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    um, unless they used prerecorded stuff, that'd be kinda impossible, as Al passed away in '96, I believe.
     
  6. stukvalve

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    I do believe it was the RZA from the Wu-Tang Clan that wrote the original music from that movie. Who said rappers aren't musicians also? :roll:

    -Max Matzen-
     
  7. MUSICandCHARACTER

    MUSICandCHARACTER Forte User

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    Al Hirt

    Born 7 November 1922, New Orleans, Louisiana
    Died 27 April 1999, New Orleans, Louisiana

    You just might have some groove in your blood if you were born and died in New Orleans.
     

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