It appears that I clicked the correct link to review this CD, but it also looks like most of the reviews on this page are discussing the film and not the music. Well, I never saw the film but I picked up this CD in the sale bin of a local shop recently and enjoy it quite a bit. If you lived through the early 1970s, most of the music on here will strike a chord with you. It's a weird mix of musical styles, from soul to samba, but it's a fun one and I think it all works well within the context of a movie soundtrack. It starts off slow with some slow, fairly mainstream film scores, then a below-par Bowie song (not bad, but he's recorded so many more memorable tunes), and then the tunes really start to fire with selections from Traffic, Frank Zappa, Jim Croce, Nilsson, great covers of "Montego Bay" and "Help Me Make It Through The Night" ... and more. Just to hear Cornelius Brothers& Sister Rose and Free on the same CD makes me smile. Good memories, good tunes!