One that comes to mind for me is the short Australian film Crystal Voyager, a 1973 surf film directed by David Elfick. It was filmed, written and narrated by surfer, photographer and filmmaker George Greenough and has some great songs throughout but has the full version of Pink Floyd's Echoes at the end.
Echoes is a 23-minute film within the film, composed entirely of George Greenough's footage from inside the curl of the wave -- the legendary 'green room'. The camera, with specially designed wide-angle lens, was usually mounted on his back, or on the front of his kneeboard. Warning! All that water'll make you go to the loo!
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Cool, another surf movie Thicker than Water released in 2003 by the Malloys features music from Jack Johnson is also pretty amazing, beautiful scenery and surfing! :) its about 45 minutes....worth checking out!!!!
Well I just watched the movie Suckerpunch...and the soundtrack is pretty cool...really like the version of Army of me by Bjork....also the versions of White Rabbit and Sweet Dreams! Also a good one is Reality Bites (The Knack, Squeeze and Lenny Kravitz), A Knights Tale (Queen and War), Romeo and Juliet (not classic rock at all but still good!) and I know what you did last Summer (lots of good covers!)... Toad the Wet Sprocket doing Hey Bulldog (the beatles), Kula Shaker doing Hush (deep purple) etc...
Another great rock soundtrack is from the movie "Invincible" about former Eagles player Vince Papale...any movie with music by Ted Nugent, Rare Earth, BTO and Canned Heat has gotta be good.
Soundtrack from the movie Pirate Radio..lots of classic rock thru out.
Love the show and the soundtrack...Good one! :)