Quentin Tarantino (who, you may have heard, has a new film out called Inglourious Basterds) will share his personal playlist tomorrow with listeners on Little Steven’s Undergound Garage in a special show broadcast on Sirius channel 25 and XM channel 59 at 3pm. According to Tarantino, the list features, “some of the music I was listening to while making Inglourious Basterds. Now these songs don’t necessarily have a damn thing to do with the movie. These were some of the ones I was listening to in my off time.” We exclusively got hold of QT’s picks ahead of time, and you can find the full list below. Predictably, it’s a very eclectic set which ranges from KT Tunstall’s “Hold On” to “Political World” by Bob Dylan who, the late David Carradine once told me, used to spar with Tarantino. Although, with all due respect to the Kung Fu star, I’d really have to see that to believe it.
Tell us what you think of QT’s choices: Is there anyone else out there who likes Barbra Streisand and the Wu Tang Clan?
Quentin Tarantino’s Personal Playlist
Wu Tang Clan- The Rulez
KT Tunstall- Hold On
Bob Dylan- Political World
Barbra Streisand- Stony End
Robin McNamara- Lay A Little Lovin’ On Me
Sir Douglas Quintet- Mendocino
David Bowie- Cat People (Putting Out Fire) – from Bowie’s Greatest Hits (not Cat People Sdtrk)
Jay Z- S. Carter
Roy Orbison- There Won’t Be Many Coming Home
Jason Mraz- I’m Yours (Acoustic)
Maroon 5- Wake Up Call
Steve Poltz- Waterfalls
Britney Spears- My Prerogative
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Norah Jones: new album details
Jason Mraz smashes Billboard record
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