we chose it for the music at my husband's funeral service.
Its a brilliant yet simple piece of music.. I told my wife to consider two pieces of music for me (should I go first). either the Ashokan Farewell or Warren Zevons "Keep me in your heart for a while". Both bring tears to my eyes.
Also love the soundtrack to Dangerous Minds - Coolio did the most famous song off that one - Gangster's Paradise - sampled off Stevie Wonder.
I like the whole soundtrack really - but am especially glad to have discovered Rappin' 4Tay (get it - Forte) and Aaron Hall - who'd I'd never have heard of otherwise. Good thing about this one is that my kids like it too - so they don't make me turn it off or change it in the car - we can ALL enjoy it together- and it has a good message:
An a fitting last place to a trilogy of counterculture films is the Liquid Sky soundtrack, possibly the first done on the Fairlight CMI, worked perfectly with a movie made by Russian emigres about New York's underground being visited by a malevolent alien - truly other worldly music. Still.