Bobby Ogden, Susan Saint James - Outlaw Blues / I Dream Of Highways mp3 album
From the LP "Music from outlaw blues" ST-11691. Side A published by Unichappell Music, In. Hot Cha Music. Side B published by Lady Jane Music/Irving Music, Inc.
Outlaw Blues is a 1977 American drama film directed by Richard T. Heffron and starring Peter Fonda and Susan Saint James. Written by Bill L. Norton, the film is about an ex-convict and songwriter trying to break into the music business in Austin, Texas. When a famous country singer steals one of his songs and turns it into a hit, the songwriter confronts him, and in a struggle the country singer accidentally shoots himself.
Artist: Various Album: Outlaw Blues 2 Genre: Blues Rock Label: Extreme Music Released: 2014 Quality: mp3, 320 kbps Tracklist: 01. Blues Saraceno - Bad Man 02. Blues Saraceno - 7Th Born Son 03. The Dirty Diary - God Damn Better 0.
Outlaw Blues is a drama film released in 1977. View more drama movies from 1977.
Outlaw Blues Outlaw Blues Peter Fonda, Susan Saint James Local Caption 1977 -. Outlaw Blues Year: 1977 USA Director: Richard T. Heffron Peter Fonda, Susan Saint James. Outlaw Blues Outlaw Blues Peter Fonda, Susan Saint James Local Caption 1977 -. Contact us ~ Terms and conditions. Alamy and its logo are trademarks of Alamy Ltd. and are registered in certain countries.
Outlaw Blues is the comic adventure of would-be country singer Bobby, whose tune Outlaw Blues has been stolen and recorded by a dirty-dealing rival. When he tries to set things right, he ends up a fugitive from justice instead. He also ends up in a breakneck, breakaway romance with Tina (Susan Saint James), a sassy backup singer whose promotional efforts propel Bobby's own record of the song to the top of the charts. Easy Rider Fonda gets high marks performing songs by country legends Hoyt Axton, Harlan Sanders and John Oates.
Outlaw Blues was a OK film. Not great, but not the worst ever made. I was a student at the University of Texas at Austin when it was filmed. A friend and I were extras in the movie. The scene when Peter Fonda was in the record store and he was being mobbed was filmed at Dobie Mall, a high rise private dorm with a shopping center on the first two floors. The director looked at my other friend and I and asked if we would do it? We jumped at the chance, leaving the other friend standing on the street with a stupid look on his face. We were taken aside and told when the cop came out of the mall chasing Fonda and Susan St James, to get in his way and hold him up. They told us to grab him and just kind of hold him back. We ran through it a couple of times and then they shot the scene.
Written by: Bob Dylan. Ain’t it hard to stumble And land in some funny lagoon? Ain’t it hard to stumble And land in some muddy lagoon? Especially when it’s nine below zero And three o’clock in the afternoon. Ain’t gonna hang no picture Ain’t gonna hang no picture frame Ain’t gonna hang no picture Ain’t gonna hang no picture frame Well, I might look like Robert Ford But I feel just like a Jesse James. Well, I wish I was on some Australian mountain range Oh, I wish I was on some Australian mountain range I got no reason to be there, but I Imagine it would be some kind of change
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NotesColona sonora ORIGINALE DEL FILM: "ALL'ULTIMO SECONDO(OUTLAW BLUES)"
|ECR20330||Bobby Ogden, Susan Saint James||Bobby Ogden, Susan Saint James - Outlaw Blues / I Dream Of Highways (7")||Capitol Records||ECR20330||Italy||1977|
|JCL 636||Bobby Ogden||Outlaw Blues (7", Single)||Capitol Records||JCL 636||South Africa||1977|
|4465||Bobby Ogden||Outlaw Blues (7", Single)||Capitol Records||4465||US||1977|
|4465||Bobby Ogden||Outlaw Blues (7", Single, Promo)||Capitol Records||4465||US||1977|
|4465||Bobby Ogden Alias Peter Fonda||Bobby Ogden Alias Peter Fonda - Outlaw Blues (7", Single)||Capitol Records||4465||US||1977|