THE ROLLING STONES – Out Of Time (Once Upon A Time In Hollywood)

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VIDEO INFO: A recent trip to see Quentin Tarantino’s dazzling depiction of the 1969 Dream Factory, ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’ (starring, of course, Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt) that is due its Blu-Ray release [from which this was liberated!] on December 8th; reminded me of this long forgotten ‘Stones classic. This being the orchestral mix with Jagger on vocals that was re-released on the 1975 ‘Metamorphosis’ compilation album and as a promotional single for the same. It’s the only song, from what is a customarily outstanding soundtrack, that he allows to play out in full – as the backdrop to a transitional sequence that leads to the final act. It also serves as a lifestyle short of the main characters and a nostalgic glance of yesterday’s Tinsel-Town that collectively may as well be a video promo, so now it is!
I have removed the film track in favour of just the music, but the scenes here are exactly as in the film, relative to the song.

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