Rolling Stone - 1/22/98, p.583.5 Stars (out of 5)
- "...another cinematic aural-history lesson....mixes vintage tunes--many of them soul classics--with bits of dialogue and assorted aural exotica....a seriously soulful sojourn full of great music..."
Entertainment Weekly - 10/12/01, p.44Ranked #89
in EW's "100 Best Movie Soundtracks"
Entertainment Weekly - 1/9/97, pp.66-67
"...JACKIE BROWN adds up to a frisky comilation that pumps new life into oldies and introduces you to ones you may have missed. Tarantino still 'tracks it like he talks it..." - Rating: A
NME (Magazine) - 4/4/98, p.417 (out of 10)
- "The gimp is back. He's played with his vinyl, squirmed with expectant pleasure and now he's dreaming of funking you silly....an enticing snippet of celluloid highs, while still standing proud as a compilation..."
Director: Arthur Marks.
Photographers: Darren Michaels; George Lange; Firooz Zahedi; Butch BelAir.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Elliot Easton; Vampire's Sound Incorporation; Foxy Brown ; Johnny Cash; Minnie Riperton; Pam Grier; Randy Crawford; The Delfonics; The Brothers Johnson; The Grass Roots; Bill Withers; Bloodstone; Bobby Womack.
On the soundtrack for Quentin Tarantino's long awaited follow-up to PULP FICTION, the director again turns to 1970s R&B classics, seasoning the mix with a touch of modern pop. As usual, Tarantino proves himself to be quite the soul connoisseur. This disc zeroes in on great old-school cuts like "Natural High" by the criminally underrated Bloodstone and "Inside My Love" by the late Minnie Riperton. Topping things off is a change-of-pace from, of all people, ex-Cars guitarist Elliot Easton and his group Tiki Gods.