Quentin Tarantino's upcoming movie Once Upon a Time in Hollywood backs its '60s setting with classic pop from the decade.
With Neil Diamond, The Monkees and Paul Revere and the Raiders spicing up its trailers, we asked Mark Lindsay, the voice of The Raiders hits about the tie-in.
He tells us, "Quentin Tarantino is a big Raiders fan and I’m a big Quentin Tarantino fan. [Our producer] Terry Melcher and I wrote 'Good Thing' at the baby grand piano at 10050 Cielo Drive" -- the ill-fated house owned by Melcher where his tenant Sharon Tate and her friends were slaughtered by the Manson family -- the most infamous mass murders of the decade.
Linsday says he still thinks "Good Thing" is "one of our best songs. I’m honored that he included it in this part of the film, and I can’t wait to see it in July."
Mark isn't sure if "Good Thing" will make the movie's soundtrack album -- or whether there will even be an album. He tells us that Tarantino "is very close mouthed about anything with the film until its release and I truly have no idea what might happen."