Various - Dennis Hopper In "The American Dreamer" album flac
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|A1||–Gene Clark||American Dreamer||1:51|
|A2||–Hello People||Pass Me By
Written-By – Geddes*, Tasse*
|A3||–John Manning||Whole Song||4:15|
|A4||–Gene Clark||Outlaw Song||1:05|
|A5||–Chris Sikelianos||Easy Rider, 1970
Written-By – Chris Sikelianos
|B1||–John Buck Wilkin||The Screaming Metaphysical Blues||2:05|
|B2||–John Manning||Hard Road To New Mexico||5:31|
|B3||–John Buck Wilkin||Look At Me, Mama||2:08|
|B4||–John Buck Wilkin||Sun, Moon, And Stars||1:40|
|B5||–Abbey Road Singers||The Other Side Of This Life
Written-By – Fred Neil
- Manufactured By – Festival Records Pty. Ltd.
- Engineer – Buck Harrington
- Producer – Nikolas Venet*
- Written-By – Gene Clark (tracks: A1, A4), John Buck Wilkin (tracks: B1, B3-B4), John Manning (tracks: A3, B2)
NotesOriginal soundtrack from The American Dreamer, a film by Lawrence Schiller and L.M. Kit Carson. Inc.
A Mediaarts recording, licensed by United Artists Records Inc., Los Angeles U.S.A.
|41-12||Various||Dennis Hopper In "The American Dreamer" (LP, Album)||Mediarts||41-12||US||1971|
|CINE 808||Various||Dennis Hopper in ”The American Dreamer” (CD, RE)||Cinewax||CINE 808||US||2019|
|41-12||Various||Dennis Hopper In "The American Dreamer" (LP, Album, Promo, W/Lbl)||Mediarts||41-12||US||1971|
|Smartweed3||Various||Dennis Hopper In "The American Dreamer" (CD, Album)||Smartweed||Smartweed3||Europe||2007|
|CINE 808||Various||Dennis Hopper In "The American Dreamer" (LP, Album, Ltd, RP, Red)||Cinewax||CINE 808||UK & US||2018|
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Includes a 18x24 Film Poster, 20 page booklet and 'Obi'. Original soundtrack from The American Dreamer, a film by Lawrence Schiller and . Matrix, Runout: CINE-808-B GOLDEN JG 27948. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All.
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He made his first television appearance in 1955, and appeared in two films featuring James Dean, Rebel Without a Cause (1955) and Giant (1956). Over the next ten years, Hopper appeared frequently on television in guest roles, and by the end of the 1960s had played supporting roles in several films.
Cast overview: Dennis Hopper. Himself - The American Dreamer. See full cast . View production, box office, & company info. I've always thought that Dennis Hopper was more famous for being Dennis Hopper than for anything he did in the cinema. He made one great movie, ("Easy Rider"), but that feels like a fluke and he gave one great performance, (in "Blue Velvet"), yet you always felt he was just playing himself. After the success of "Easy Rider" he embarked on "The Last Movie" and Lawrence Schiller and L M Kit Carson took it on themselves to film him at work although, except for one scene, little actual work appeared to be done
The American Dreamer follows the late great actor in the aftermath of his Easy Rider fame. Rather than simply follow Hopper around as he worked on the film, documentary makers Lawrence Schiller and . Kit Carson created a scenario as maverick as the actor himself.
THE AMERICAN DREAMER examines Dennis Hopper at his wildest and most creative period: in the wake of his famed directorial debut, Easy Rider and completing his follow-up opus The Last Movie. Lawrence Schiller, .
Dennis Hopper: The American Dreamer. Posted by Matt Zoller Seitz on April 13th. Update: Dennis Hopper passed away Saturday, May 29th at his home in California. Dennis Hopper’s recent announcement of terminal cancer jump-started a long-overdue appreciation of his art and life. He got a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame last month (finally), and newspaper and blog appreciations are starting to pop up, focusing mainly on Hopper the performer. The director’s commitment to in-the-moment feeling and sensation at the expense of plot is an outgrowth of his early schooling as an actor (with Lee Strasberg) and his fascination with still photography. But he wasn’t yet another actor/director recording performances while ignoring the fine points of picture and sound.
Dennis Hopper may have been the most important person in Hollywood at the dawn of the 1970s. A bit player in the industry for much of the ‘50s and ‘60s, the Kansas-born actor provided an explosive finish to a tumultuous decade in 1969 with his independently financed, wildly successful directorial debut, Easy Rider