Vanishing Point 1971) trailer

Vanishing Point is a 1971 American action road movie directed by Richard C. Sarafian and starring Barry Newman, Cleavon Little, and Dean Jagger.[2]
The film is notable for its scenic film locations across the American Southwest and its social commentary on the post-Woodstock mood in the United States.

Sarafian wanted to score the majority of the film from an album called Motel Shot by Delaney, Bonnie & Friends.[11] Lionel Newman, head of Fox's music department at the time, denied Sarafian's request because the studio did not want to spend a substantial amount of money obtaining rights to the tracks. The director then suggested that musician Randy Newman score the film, but Fox refused this request as well.[11] After watching the film, musical supervisor Jimmy Bowen wrote three original songs. Delaney, Bonnie & Friends ended up performing a musical number in the film.[11]
A soundtrack of the film was released in the United States by Amos Records. The original vinyl album is long out of print. There have been reissues of the soundtrack compact disc in the United States by various record companies, including A&M, and in Europe by Amos Records.

Track listing[edit]

1."Super Soul Theme" (The J.B. Pickers)Jimmy Bowen1:50
2."The Girl Done Got It Together" (Bobby Doyle)Mike Settle2:47
3."Where Do We Go From Here?" (Jimmy Walker)Mike Settle2:53
4."Welcome to Nevada" (Jerry Reed)Barnhill, Lanier1:52
5."Dear Jesus God" (Bob Segarini and Randy Bishop)Segarini, Bishop3:57
6."Runaway Country" (Doug Dillard Expedition)Doug Dillard, Byron Berline4:09
7."You Got to Believe" (Delaney, Bonnie & Friends)Delaney Bramlett3:00
8."Love Theme" (Jimmy Bowen Orchestra)Jimmy Bowen2:40
9."So Tired" (Eve)Creamer, Sliwin, Temmer2:10
10."Freedom of Expression" (The J.B. Pickers)Jimmy Bowen5:48
11."Mississippi Queen(Mountain)WestLaingPappalardiRea2:32
12."Sing Out for Jesus" (Big Mama Thornton)Kim Carnes1:47
13."Over Me" (Bob Segarini and Randy Bishop)Bob Segarini, Randy Bishop3:04
14."Nobody Knows" (Kim & Dave)Mike Settle2:22
Total length:
"Nobody Knows" is the first ever recording by Kim Carnes, credited on the soundtrack as "Kim & Dave" (with husband Dave Ellingson). Carnes also wrote the song performed by Big Mama Thornton. The pop music group Delaney, Bonnie & Friends had a small role as a Christian music band, which included singer Rita Coolidge and singer/songwriter David Gates at the piano. The baby held by one of the singers is Bekka Bramlett, who later replaced Stevie Nicks in Fleetwood Mac.