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Soundtrack Album: Casino

(2 CDs)

[cover art]

It seems that Robbie's partnership with Martin Scorcese has continued in Scorcese's latest film, Casino. I didn't notice Robbie's name amongst the credits when I saw the film (although I might have missed it) but the soundtrack CD bears the legend "Soundtrack Album produced by Robbie Robertson" and there is a photo of Robbie with Scorcese in the booklet. Quite how much "producing" Robbie was called upon to do, though, I'm not quite sure as all the tracks are oldies (with the possible exception of the orchestral theme by Georges Delerue). Maybe he chose the running order. :-) I must say there is an excellent choice of tracks, the soundtrack being probably the best thing about the film (in my opinion). Of greatest interest to Band fans is Clarence "Frogman" Henry's original version of "Ain't Got No Home", which the Band covered on Moondog Matinee, of course. Other Band associates featured are Muddy Waters ("Hoochie Coochie Man"), The Staple Singers ("I'll Take You There") and Eric Clapton (Cream's "Those Were the Days"). There are a lot of other good tracks too, e.g. Nilsson's "Without You", Roxy Music's "Love Is The Drug", B.B. King's "The Thrill Is Gone" and Lee Dorsey's "Working In A Coalmine", although as it's a double CD, the whole thing is a bit pricey.
-- Karl Wallendszus, copied from alt.music.the-band, April 1996

There is an entry for the film in the Internet Movie Database

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. Contempt - Théme de Camille (Georges Delerue)
  2. Angelina / Zooma, Zooma Medley (Louis Prima)
  3. Hoochie Coochie Man (Muddy Waters)
  4. I'll Take You There (The Staple Singers)
  5. Nights In White Satin (The Moody Blues)
  6. How High The Moon (Les Paul And Mary Ford)
  7. Hurt (Timi Yuro)
  8. Ain't Got No Home (Clarence "Frogman" Henry)
  9. Without You (Nilsson)
  10. Love Is The Drug (Roxy Music)
  11. I'm Sorry (Brenda Lee)
  12. Go Your Own Way (Fleetwood Mac)
  13. The Thrill Is Gone (B.B. King)
  14. Love Is Strange (Mickey And Sylvia)
  15. The "In" Crowd (Ramsey Lewis)
  16. Stardust (Hoagy Carmichael)
Disc 2
  1. Walk On The Wild Side (Jimmy Smith)
  2. Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song) (Otis Redding)
  3. I Ain't Superstitious (Jeff Beck with Rod Stewart)
  4. The Glory Of Love (The Velvetones)
  5. [I Can't Get No] Satisfaction (Devo)
  6. What A Difference A Day Makes (Dinah Washington)
  7. Working In A Coalmine (Lee Dorsey)
  8. House Of The Rising Sun (Eric Burdon)
  9. Those Were The Days (Cream)
  10. Who Can I Turn To [When Nobody Needs Me] (Tony Bennett)
  11. Slippin' And Slidin' (Little Richard)
  12. You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You (Dean Martin)
  13. Compared To What (Les McCann And Eddie Harris)
  14. Basin Street Blues / When It's Sleepy Time Down South Medley (Louis Prima)
  15. Matthaus Passion (The Chicago Symphony Orchestra)

Sidemen

(only members of the Band listed)
  • Robbie Robertson, producer

Soundtrack Album - Casino - 11/20/1995 - UNI/MCA Barcode 0881113892


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