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A boy named George Jung grows up in a struggling family in the 1950's. His mother nags at her husband as he is trying to make a living for the family. It is finally revealed that George's father cannot make a living and the family goes bankrupt. George does not want the same thing to happen to him, and his friend Tuna, in the 1960's, suggests that he deal marijuana. He is a big hit in California in the 1960's, yet he goes to jail, where he finds out about the wonders of cocaine. As a result, when released, he gets rich by bringing cocaine to America. However, he soon pays the price.

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Can't You Hear Me Knocking
Mick Jagger: Writer
The Rolling Stones: Performer
Buzz, Buzz, Buzz
Bobby Day: Writer
The Hollywood Flames: Performer
Manhattan Beach 69
Money Mark: Writer
Money Mark: Performer
Be My Lady
Link Wray: Performer
Milt Grant: Writer
Dime Bag BBQ
Money Mark: Writer
Money Mark: Performer
Hair Do's and Don'ts
Money Mark: Writer
Money Mark: Performer
It Ain't Me Babe
Bob Dylan: Writer
Money Mark: Writer
Money Mark: Performer
Pretty Boy Floyd
Woody Guthrie: Writer
Sort Of Soul
Keith Roberts: Writer
Glad and Sorry
Faces: Performer
Ronnie Lane: Writer
Cool Yule
Louis Armstrong: Performer
Steve Allen: Writer
Tequila Con Limon
Manuel Esperón: Writer
Tu Cabeza En Mi Hombro
Paul Anka: Writer
Strange Brew
Black Betty
Blinded By the Light
Mambo Gozon
Let's Boogaloo
Keep It Comin' Love
That Smell
All the Tired Horses
Can't You See
La Noche De La Fiesta
Push & Pull
Happy Birthday To You
Can't You Hear Me Knocking
Mick Jagger: Performer
Hair Do's and Don'ts
Money Mark: Performer
It Ain't Me Babe
Money Mark: Performer
Let's Boogaloo
Willie Rosario: Performer
Keep It Comin' Love
Harry Wayne Casey: Performer
Yellow World
Go Misawa: Performer
Can't You See
Toy Caldwell Jr.: Performer
Push & Pull
Nikka Costa: Performer

User reviews

Elizabeth Lee

The soundtrack of Blow failed to capture the emotional depth and complexity of George Jung's story. The music felt generic and uninspired, missing the opportunity to enhance the audience's connection to the character's struggles and triumphs.

Susan Scott

The soundtrack of Blow is a standout element of the film, elevating the overall viewing experience and leaving a lasting impression on the audience.

John Jones

Overall, the music in Blow is a vital component of the film's success, enhancing the visuals and performances to create a memorable and immersive cinematic journey.

Dorothy Martinez

The soundtrack of Blow perfectly captures the essence of each era portrayed in the film, from the 1950s struggles to the 1960s booming marijuana trade and the cocaine-fueled excess of the 1970s.

Carol Thompson

The soundtrack of Blow is a mix of well-known hits and lesser-known gems, providing a rich tapestry of music that complements the narrative beautifully.

Carol Anderson

The choice of songs in the film's soundtrack felt disconnected from the time period and setting of the story. Instead of immersing the viewers in the 1950s and 1960s, the music often felt anachronistic and out of place, disrupting the overall atmosphere of the film.

Timothy Phillips

The score of Blow lacked originality and memorable melodies. Instead of leaving a lasting impression, the music felt forgettable and served more as background noise rather than enhancing the storytelling. It missed the opportunity to elevate key moments in the film and create a lasting impact on the audience.

John Williams

The soundtrack features songs that are not only enjoyable to listen to but also help to deepen the emotional impact of key moments in the film.

Kimberly Hill

The soundtrack of Blow perfectly captures the era of the 1960s and 1970s, setting the mood for George Jung's rise and fall in the drug trade.

Timothy Baker

The soundtrack of Blow perfectly captures the era and mood of the 1960s and 1970s. The use of classic rock songs from bands like The Rolling Stones and The Beatles adds an authentic and nostalgic feel to the film.

Kimberly Nelson

The use of classic rock songs in the film enhances the storytelling and adds an extra layer of nostalgia to the overall experience.

Ronald Moore

The song selection in the movie is diverse and eclectic, showcasing a range of musical genres that fit well with the different moods and settings of the film.

Joshua Walker

The use of music in Blow adds a layer of complexity to the characters and their motivations, enhancing the audience's understanding of their choices and actions.

Edward White

The music in Blow plays a crucial role in immersing the audience in the time period and culture of the story, making it feel authentic and engaging.

Dorothy Williams

The instrumental score composed specifically for the movie enhances the emotional depth of the story. The music effectively conveys the highs and lows of George Jung's journey, from his rise to wealth to his eventual downfall. Each track complements the scenes seamlessly, creating a compelling and immersive viewing experience.

Robert Hernandez

The music selection in Blow effectively enhances the emotional impact of key scenes, creating a more immersive experience for the audience and adding depth to the character development throughout the film.

Linda Allen

The instrumental score in Blow effectively conveys the tension and suspense of the various scenes, creating a sense of unease and excitement.