Quentin Tarantino tells Grammy voters about ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ soundtrack and its real Charles Manson connection

Quentin Tarantino tells Grammy voters about ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ soundtrack and its real Charles Manson connection
While on the Oscar campaign trail for “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” Quentin Tarantino found time to woo Grammy voters at a special event for the soundtrack of his new film. The Q&a, moderated by music writer David Wild, took place recently at the Grammy Museum in downtown La, and featured a special performance by Paul Revere and the Raiders lead vocalist Mark Lindsay, who sang three of his own classic songs featured in the movie.

Though he’s won Oscars for writing “Pulp Fiction” and “Django Unchained,” Tarantino has yet to win a Grammy, despite receiving nominations for both “Kill Bill” films, “Inglourious Basterds” and “Django” in the Best Visual Media Compilation category. But unfortunately, he lamented, “that category didn’t exist the year of ‘Pulp Fiction,'” which featured one of the most iconic soundtracks in recent movie history. “So every time I get nominated, there
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