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In both gruesome and ebullient scenes, Quentin Tarantino uses music to strike a nerve. A masterful, musical director, Tarantino put a profound punctuation in his films with John Travolta and Uma Thurman dancing the twist to Chuck Berry in Pulp Fiction or Pam Grier strutting through the airport to Bobby Womack's "Across 110th Street." And the horrifying ear scene in Reservoir Dogs forever changed our emotional response to "Little Green Bag." Remove these songs from the film and you'll leave holes the size of the one in Marvin's face. Even if you've never watched his films, you'll hear a ton of great music from incredible vocalists backed by a nine-piece funk band during The Tarantino Soundtrack live at the Howard Theatre in D.C.