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PostPosted: Thu Sep 12, 2013 4:51 am 
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Hey, I got a request from you cats that got stashes of records and have heard a lot.

There's this old movie that's got some killer tunes on it and I'm trying to ID them so I can 1.) get the originals and 2.) check out those artists making that groovy stuff..

The movie in question is Bruce Lee Fights Back From The Grave.

So far, I've found that they've been pulling from other movie soundtracks from around the same time (1976-1977), but likely the cheap producers didn't just rip current soundtracks and there's tons of soundtracks I've not heard and movie's I've not seen.

So without further ado, here's the first track I'm looking for, which was used for the intro and trailer...it's straight up disco:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EX3yngdUtM

Hopefully the timestaps work for the rest of these:
43 seconds
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl ... 99dDI#t=43
17ish minutes
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl ... dDI#t=1032
31:30ish
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl ... dDI#t=1885


If you end up watching this movie, and know of any of the other tunes, feel free to post here. I know the ones from Rocky and Rollercoaster already...

Thanks for any help with these ID's!

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 15, 2013 12:35 am 
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http://www.shazam.com/

install the app in your phone, BOOM!

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 15, 2013 6:52 am 
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Does seem to work on this movie for whatever reason...either audio is too muddy, too much sound effects or those tunes aren't Shazam worthy...does shazam normally work with obscure funk and jazz?

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 15, 2013 7:35 am 
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Music credit varies

From http://www.grindhousedatabase.com/index ... ic_Madness!

"Bruce Lee Fights Back From the Grave: "Willie Chase" by J.J. Johnson from the film Willie Dynamite, Various cues from the film Rocky. Music by Bill Conte, Cues from the film Enter The Dragon by Lalo Schifrin."

This thread has great info on it- seems the most reliable:
http://www.avmaniacs.com/forums/showthr ... 735&page=1

"Re: BRUCE LEE FIGHTS BACK FROM GRAVE
It's a Korean film called Visitor To America, directed by Doo Yong-lee. When picked up by Aquarius, they added the intro of "Bruce" jumping out of his grave - the rest of the film has nothing to do with that

My UK VHS is taken from the Aquarius print but there is no credit for Bert Lenzi. The hero is played by a LA based taekwondo instructor, and Sho Kosugi's school makes an appearance - I think Sho plays the Japanese swordsman in the film as well. IMDB and various video covers has at times falsley claimed the involvement of Bruce Li, Umberto Lenzi, Hwang Jang-lee, Harold Sakata and Dan Inosanto in the film. Also, it claims that this Deborah Dutch - http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0244740/ - is the Deborah Chaplin who plays the female lead. Odd

Re: BRUCE LEE FIGHTS BACK FROM GRAVE
Maurice Sarli was the composer credited for the Aquarius release THE BODYGUARD (1976) and "Bert Lenzi" is the director's name on the 1978 release BRUTAL JUSTICE (a.k.a. ROME ARMED TO THE TEETH). Sarli is also credited as composer on the BRUTAL JUSTICE one-sheet. Since BRUCE LEE FIGHTS BACK FROM THE GRAVE was also released in '78, it appears that Levene took the names "Bert Lenzi" and "Maurice Sarli" from the BRUTAL JUSTICE ads and one-sheets and slapped them on the BRUCE LEE FIGHTS BACK FROM THE GRAVE ads and one-sheets."

From another source:
"The music score for the Chinese/English version contains music lifted from the soundtracks to Rocky (1976) and Rollercoaster (1977), two films not released until after the Korean release date of this film. "

Movie itself:
http://archive.org/details/BruceLeeFigh ... eGrave1976

Very hard to find info- you will most likely get real info from fan forums like the one above.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 15, 2013 9:28 pm 
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Om_Audio wrote:
Music credit varies

"Bruce Lee Fights Back From the Grave: "Willie Chase" by J.J. Johnson from the film Willie Dynamite...

That's one I hadn't picked up on yet. Rocky and Rollercoaster tunes in the film I've all sourced. The 3 I listed weren't on those soundtracks.

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Very hard to find info- you will most likely get real info from fan forums like the one above.



This is a forum about record digging, meaning lots of cats here might have heard this stuff. No need to know anything about the movie. :)

Beside, the original soundtrack to the Korean version used none of this music and was instead original, from what I understand.

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hseiken wrote:

This is a forum about record digging, meaning lots of cats here might have heard this stuff. No need to know anything about the movie. :)

Beside, the original soundtrack to the Korean version used none of this music and was instead original, from what I understand.


Ya I know. The music is part of the movie don't understand your distinction esp if it is original made for the film as you suggest. In any event, still applies that such a low budget wonky film will be hard to find facts about and if the music is original as you mention will be even harder through reg channels. Good luck.
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 17, 2013 3:35 am 
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I'm getting close to fully ID'ing everything in the film. Still missing 3 key tracks...

I'm starting to audition library music albums in desperation though...haha...

The goal is ultimately to make a beat tape based on this movie's soundtrack...such dopeness in it all over.

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Cool man be sure to hip us to what you discover.
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so word? any of these tracks from the movie on records?
Kim Hee kap ?


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Dust le Villain wrote:
so word? any of these tracks from the movie on records?
Kim Hee kap ?


Not the ones listed but tracks used in the movie from Rocky, Rollercoaster, etc. are on vinyl.

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