"[10], Leslie Halliwell was equally scathing, his description being, "A rock and country musical version of Othello, in which the tragic original is trivialized to the point of boredom"[11], AllMovie's Craig Butler was able to say that "some of the musical performances, especially from Richie Havens and Tony Joe White are quite good, and much of the music is worth hearing ... removed from the movie." Unhappily, in the process of making the film, he got religion. Allmovie's Craig Butler was moved to comment "Laughable also describes every dramatic performance, as do horrible and unbelievable. Shakespeare's tragedy of revenge and racism had been retitled for the London stage and relocated from Venice to Piccadilly; for the film, the location of the drama was moved to the New Mexico desert; filming took place in Española and Santa Fe. Sung by Richie Havens "Othello, Pt. "[2], Although much of the plot remains intact, Othello, the "noble Moor" becomes the pacifist leader of a hippie commune,[3] Iago appears to be the Devil incarnate who "fits all the negative stereotypes of dropouts with his scruffy beard and unwashed look"[4] and Desdemona becomes a "white round-faced girl with granny glasses". Ritchie wrote one or two marvellous songs. Again, it's one of those typical show business stories. Sung by Tony Joe White "Lust of the Blood" - Jack Good, Ray Pohlman.

But the music was good. Very sad. She worked with the Small Faces and was signed to Immediate Records. It was an adaptation of Good's stage musical of the same title, which itself was loosely adapted from William Shakespeare's Othello. 3" - Jack Good, Tony Joe White. [7] In an interview with Premiere magazine in 1995, McGoohan gave some insight into why the film had failed: .mw-parser-output .templatequote{overflow:hidden;margin:1em 0;padding:0 40px}.mw-parser-output .templatequote .templatequotecite{line-height:1.5em;text-align:left;padding-left:1.6em;margin-top:0}, I lived in New Mexico at that time and the producer did too.

Peter Knight produced the album Catch My Soul "Jack Good's Catch My Soul-Rock Othello". [12] The New York Times reviewer, in line with others, commented "Forget the movie and get the soundtrack album."[8]. He'd heard I was available and that's how, after the hiatus that followed The Prisoner, I came back to the profession. It failed as an arthouse film, was retitled "Santa Fe Satan", and reissued as a drive-in exploitation film. Sung by Lance LeGault "Tickle His Fancy" - Allene Lubin. And when I love thee not, / Chaos is come again. What's more, he added 18 minutes of religious stuff. He was the son of another Peter Knight and produced the London version of the musical Hair (1968). Under their referencing system, 3.3.100–101 means act 3, scene 3, lines 100–101. "[5], The film appeared at the same time as Jesus Christ Superstar. Catch My Soul (Part 1) 2:49: A4 – Richie Havens: Working On A Building: 2:52: A5 – Tony Joe White: Othello (Part 2) 0:32: A6 – Lance Le Gault* Catch My Soul (Part 2) 2:02: A7 – Richie Havens: Open Your Eyes: 2:40: A8 – Tony Joe White: Backwoods Preacherman: 2:47: A9 – Tony Joe White: Looking Back: 1:40: A10 – Lance Le Gault* Eat The Bread-Drink The Wine: 2:05: A11 – Delaney Bramlett Sung by Lance LeGault "Book of Prophecy" - Jack Good, Richie Havens. 3" - Tony Joe White. Othello Ballet Suite/Electronic Organ Sonata No.

... Catholicism. [6], Of the cast, Richie Havens was well-known from his appearance at Woodstock Festival, but this was his first acting role; Lance LeGault had some experience, but not playing major roles; likewise Season Hubley and Susan Tyrrell. All references to Othello, unless otherwise specified, are taken from the Folger Shakespeare Library's Folger Digital Editions texts edited by Barbara Mowat, Paul Werstine, Michael Poston, and Rebecca Niles. He was terribly wrong. The result is a disaster. Catch My Soul (Part 3) B5 – Richie Havens: Book Of Prophecy: B6 – Tony Joe White: Othello (Part 3) B7 – Lance Le Gault* Lust Of The Blood: B8 – Susan Tyrrell: Tickle His Fancy: B9 – Richie Havens: Why: B10 – Tony Joe White: Othello (Part 4) B11 – Lance Le Gault* Catch My Soul (Part 4) B12 – Richie Havens: Put Out The Light: B13 – Tony Joe White: Othello (Part 5)


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