Scene from the 1966 satirical arthouse movie, Qui êtes vous, Polly Magoo?, spoofing the fashion world, and the last time one-time Vogue covergirl Dorothy McGowan was in public view.
The Exciters – He’s Got the Power: So good.
Scene from the 1980 cult classic Foxes, starring a babyfaced Jodi Foster and running with the tagline, “The city had it coming.”
The Jaynetts – Sally Go Round the Roses: 1963 single that made Bronx-based girl group the Jaynetts a one-hit wonder. Echoey and evocative; builds and fades in eerie waves.
Scene from Thriller: A Cruel Picture, a Swedish exploitation film and the first to ever be completely banned in Sweden. It was a major inspiration for Tarantino’s Kill Bill, and specifically for the character Elle Driver (Daryl Hannah).
Wanda Jackson – Funnel of Love: 1961 single by rockabilly singer Wanda Jackson, guitar solo by Roy Clark. Could listen to this on repeat. Also reminds me a lot of Tarantino.