"A Place Called Tarot"
by Tantra - Disco Video Mix by Glenn Rivera
One of the most intriguing of both
film and music are combined here.
Tantra created a wall of imaginary visions with
their dance floor classic's "Hills Of Kat
Mandu" and "Wishbone" in 1979 --
in 1982 they returned with "The Journey Continues"
EP featuring "Macumba" and "A Place
Called Tarot". Now an underground classic
for many disc jockeys, the sound of this track
rings on in this video.
The sequel to "The Exorcist" was released
in 1977 -- "Exorcist II: The Heretic"
was not well received by moviegoers. It even provoked
director; John Boorman to pull the original print
and re-create an alternative ending, which he
felt, would save the film. Needless to say, the
plot was too hard to follow for most audiences.
They wanted to see Linda Blair's head spin again.
I believe the film and the story were far ahead
of this parallel -- it is actually an effective
display of what good and evil portray in the minds
of some. I have taken the mystical places from
the imagination of our lead characters and placed
Tantra's theme, "A Place Called Tarot"
over it. It is given to take you on a ride that
may not follow the film's outline, but is entrancing
just as the song is.
Disco Video Mix by Glenn Rivera
Produced by Ken Emmons
Featuring scenes from "Exorcist II:The Heretic"
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