Not Fade Away Soundtrack Features Classic Rock Tunes

Not Fade Away SoundtrackFirst-time feature film director David Chase turned to his The Sopranos cast member Steven Van Zandt to help compile the soundtrack to his ’60s rock ‘n roll movie, Not Fade Away. The Sopranos creator and Van Zandt came up with classic tunes from The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, James Brown, and The Rascals to fill out the soundtrack to Chase’s rookie film.
 
Not Fade Away will open in theaters on December 21, 2012 and stars John Magaro, Jack Huston, Bella Heathcote, and James Gandolfini.
 
Says Van Zandt: “David Chase realizes that in film, like Bruce Springsteen in music, the more detailed, accurate, and nuanced the personal vision, the more compelling the work ends up being. Helping David realize his vision was one of the most satisfying projects of my life. Watching these young actors meet every challenge we threw at them was also quite inspiring.”
 
Chase added, “Music is obviously the soul of this film. And working on the music, especially with Steven, was certainly the favorite part. John Magaro and Jack Huston sing on these tracks and they really stand up.”
 
The Plot:
 
In 1964, the Rolling Stones appear on television and three best friends from the suburbs of New Jersey decide to form a rock band.

Not Fade Away Track List:

“There Was a Time” – James Brown
“Tell Me” – The Rolling Stones
“Ride On Baby” – The Twylight Zones*
“Bo Diddley” – Bo Diddley
“Bo Diddley” – The Twylight Zones
“Subterranean Homesick Blues” – The Twylight Zones*
“Parachute Woman” – The Rolling Stones*
“Go Now” – The Moody Blues
“Time Is On My Side” – The Twylight Zones
“Dust My Broom” – Elmore James
“I Ain’t Gonna Eat Out My Heart” – The Rascals
“Good Morning Blues” – Lead Belly
“Train Kept A Rollin’” – Johnny Burnette & The Rock N’ Roll Trio*
“Train Kept A Rollin’” – The Twylight Zones
“Pretty Ballerina” – The Left Banke
“Down So Low” – Mother Earth
“Itchycoo Park” – The Small Faces
“Me and the Devil Blues” – Robert Johnson
“The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre” – The Twylight Zones
“T.B. Sheets” – Van Morrison
“Some Velvet Morning” – Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazelwood
“Bali Ha’i” (From South Pacific) – Original Motion Picture Cast
“Road Runner” – The Sex Pistols
“Pipeline” – The Twylight Zones
“She Belongs To Me” – Bob Dylan
Digital Bonus Track: “Surgical Supply Jingle”
 
*Tracks not included in the film.
 
Original Musical Performances by The Twylight Zones:
Bob Bandiera
Gary Tallent
Max Weinberg
Steven Van Zandt
Arranged & Produced by Steven Van Zandt
 
The soundtrack will be released on December 18, 2012.
 
Source: Paramount Vantage

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