A PHOTO JOURNAL – HENRY CARROLL – PAGE 40

Back at the end of August I had a free Saturday afternoon, so I decided to head out to Big Creek and tackle Page 40 of THE PHOTO JOURNAL PROJECT:


Photo Journal - Page 40
Create a playlist. Now listen to it while out taking pictures.

It was hard for me to determine the exact appropriate length for a playlist, so I sorta cheated on that aspect. I decided to just use the soundtrack from BABY DRIVER. It is, perhaps, the best soundtrack in movie history. Especially with the way it is intertwined into the movie.

If you don’t know the soundtrack, here is a listing:

Disc one

No. Title Artist(s) Length
1. “Bellbottoms” Jon Spencer Blues Explosion 5:17
2. “Harlem Shuffle” Bob & Earl 2:52
3. “Egyptian Reggae” Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers 2:37
4. “Smokey Joe’s La La” Googie Rene 3:02
5. “Let’s Go Away for Awhile” The Beach Boys 2:21
6. “B-A-B-Y” Carla Thomas 2:57
7. “Kashmere” Kashmere Stage Band 4:57
8. “Unsquare Dance” Dave Brubeck 2:00
9. “Neat Neat Neat” The Damned 2:42
10. “Easy” (single version) The Commodores 4:16
11. “Debora” T. Rex 3:19
12. “Debra” Beck 5:43
13. “Bongolia” Incredible Bongo Band 2:15
14. “Baby Let Me Take You (In My Arms)” The Detroit Emeralds 3:53
15. “Early in the Morning” Alexis Korner 3:01

Disc two

No. Title Artist(s) Length
16. “The Edge” David McCallum 2:54
17. “Nowhere to Run” Martha and the Vandellas 3:02
18. “Tequila” The Button Down Brass 3:32
19. “When Something Is Wrong with My Baby” Sam & Dave 3:16
20. “Every Little Bit Hurts” Brenda Holloway 2:57
21. “Intermission” Blur 2:27
22. “Hocus Pocus” (original single version) Focus 3:18
23. “Radar Love” (1973 single edit) Golden Earring 3:44
24. “Never, Never Gonna Give Ya Up” Barry White 4:51
25. “Know How” Young MC 4:02
26. “Brighton Rock” Queen 5:10
27. “Easy” Sky Ferreira 4:28
28. “Baby Driver” Simon & Garfunkel 3:16
29. “Was He Slow?” (credit roll version) Kid Koala featuring Kevin Spacey and Jon Bernthal 1:47
30. “Chase Me” Danger Mouse featuring Run the Jewels and Big Boi 3:27

Only one picture can be physically adhered into the physical A PHOTO JOURNAL, but obviously I took many more when I was out and about tooling around Big Creek. Here are some of the others:


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I’m not sure which page we will check-in with next time we check-in with THE PHOTO JOURNAL PROJECT. I need to get out there and take some more pages!

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This is your reminder that this week’s WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE theme is LANDSCAPE:


WEEK 165 - LANDSCAPE
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A LANDSCAPE photo is a photo of a landscape. It could be a cityscape. It could be a waterscape. But the main subject of the photo is land or water or a city.

Happy photo harvesting.

3 thoughts on “A PHOTO JOURNAL – HENRY CARROLL – PAGE 40”

  1. These are awesome! My favorites are the grasshopper peering over the edge of the leaf at you.

    That’s an amazing soundtrack! I’ve not seen the movie (Jon has), so I wasn’t familiar with it – it had me by “Harlem Shuffle,” but “Debra” is maybe my favorite Beck song, and I adore Run the Jewels. I’ll be Spotify-ing it this afternoon!

  2. Truth is that the grasshopper is also my favorite, but I already have a grasshopper photo in the physical photo journal, so I didn’t want to put more than one grasshopper photo in there. That is how a guy gets a reputation.

    It is a truly great movie. The Kevin Spacey factor slightly hinders it now, but maybe there will be a special edition where they replace him with Christopher Guest.

    The most amazing part about the soundtrack actually is how it fits into the movie. The beats in the songs are synced with the action sequences. Plus the chase scenes start when the song starts and end when the song ends it is pretty amazing. It is the anti-FAST AND FURIOUS.

  3. He just looks so curious and friendly. But I understand – don’t become “The Grasshopper Guy.” Then you get a nickname, etc. Nobody wants that.

    I’ll have to watch it – Jon really liked it, but I honestly was afraid it would be like Fast And Furious, which I loathe and won’t watch. I generally won’t watch movies that I feel like would be a waste of my precious time on Earth. It’s good to hear that it’s not like that at all – I’ll give it a shot.

    I was watching All The Money In the World while on the plane home from Rome, and it was trippy to see the places/things again. I used to really, really enjoy Kevin Spacey, so it super-bums me out that he’s a predator.

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