Revolution (1968 film)
|Directed by||Jack O'Connell|
|Produced by||Jack O'Connell|
|Written by||Norman Martin, Jack O'Connell|
|Music by||Various artists|
Revolution is a documentary film by Jack O'Connell made in San Francisco in 1967. It was subsequently revived with added reminiscences.
Although most interviewees are not named some of them have been identified, such as Kurt Hirschhorn, Frank Jordan, Cecil Williams and Herb Caen. Daria Halprin appears in the film as herself. Also appearing in the film are the Ace of Cups, Country Joe and the Fish, and Dan Hicks.
The soundtrack album features Steve Miller Band, Quicksilver Messenger Service, and Mother Earth who also appear in the film. It was released in 1968 by United Artists Records (UAS 5185) and produced by Ben Shapiro. It was released both in stereo and mono versions.
- Mother Earth – "Revolution" (Jack O'Connell, Norman Martin) – 2:56
- Quicksilver Messenger Service – "Codine" (Buffy St. Marie) – 5:20
- Steve Miller Band – "Superbyrd" (Steve Miller) – 4:37
- Steve Miller Band – "Your Old Lady" (Elmo Glick, King Curtis, O'Kelly Isley, Jr.) – 5:50
- Quicksilver Messenger Service – "Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You" (Anne Bredon, Erik Darling, Paul Bennett) – 5:03
- Mother Earth – "Without Love" (Danny Small) – 4:37
- Steve Miller Band – "Mercury Blues" (K.C. Douglas, Bob Geddins) – 2:20
- Mother Earth – "Stranger in My Home Town" (Percy Mayfield) – 5:09
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