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Sings Songs From The Film Privilege
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Soundtrack
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1967
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Privilege is a 1967 British film directed by Peter Watkins and produced by John Heyman. Johnny Speight wrote the story, and Norman Bogner wrote the script. Some of it was filmed on location in Birmingham, England, partly at Birmingham City . s St Andrew's stadium and at Birmingham Town Hall. A soundtrack album was released in the US and UK. In 1978, the Patti Smith Group recorded "Free Me" as "Privilege (Set Me Free)" on their album Easter. The recording reached number 72 on the UK singles chart and number 13 on the singles chart in Ireland. In 1988, Big Audio Dynamite opened their single "Just Play Music!" with an audio sample from the film, of Max Bacon saying "The intro goes something like this: (singing) 'Ba-di-da ba-di-da ba-da, boom boom. "No 2: PAUL JONES on the 1967 EP Paul Jones Sings Songs From The Film Privilege". Retrieved 7 June 2016.

Jones' debut album, 1966's My Way, found him and/or his record company seemingly determined to follow a far more all-around pop entertainer sound than Paul had trodden as the lead singer of Manfred Mann. Such strategies rarely yield fruitful results, and that was the case here, with a set list that, in trying to please everybody, came up short all around. Much of it is big-ballad pop in a sub-Tom Jones sort of style, and R&B/blues influences are, incredibly, virtually absent. The CD reissue improves things considerably with the addition of nine bonus cuts from the same era, taken from EPs, singles, and unreleased tracks. These are highlighted by the EP versions of "Privilege" and "Free Me" (the latter reworked by Patti Smith in the mid-'70s), although be aware that this is not the same version of "Free Me" as the one on the soundtrack to the Privilege film.

In stock on October 24, 2018. Peter Watkins, the film's bold and often brilliant director had previously directed the Academy-Award winning anti-nuclear drama, "The War Game. With a screenplay by Norman Bogner from an original story by John Speight, Watkins directs the near-future darkly comic and relevant story of a pop superstar phenomenon whose popularity is engineered carefully by corporate factors and becomes a stunning artistic vision. The songs are by Paul Jones and Mike Leander and Mark London. One of the best statements about pop music ever made.

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1. Privilege (Paul Jones). Privilege - RemasteredSunburst. Released: April 1, 2014. Formats: CD, Digital (33 min).

PAUL JONES is a 21st century modern post bop music artist. He has recently recorded with Nicky Schrire for her album Freedom Flight, the Uptown PartyDown for their official EP and Live At Rockwood, Mr. Breakdown for their album Shake Daddy Jupiter, Leon Boykins' Interval Songs, Matt Davis' Aerial Photograph City of New York 2013, Yuki Shibata Quartet, Ryan Kuhn's album Circle, Jonathan Parker's album The Interloper, The Jack Moves, Martin Terens.

John Richard Baldwin (born 3 January 1946), better known by his stage name John Paul Jones, is an English musician and record producer who was the bassist and keyboardist in the rock band Led Zeppelin. Prior to forming the band with Jimmy Page in 1968, he was a session musician and arranger. After the death of drummer John Bonham in 1980, Zeppelin disbanded and Jones developed a solo career

Tracklist

A1 Privilege
A2 Free Me
B1 (My Poor Heart Is Surely) Breaking
B2 I've Been A Bad, Bad Boy