Despite the cover shot from Cisco Pike (1972) and the inclusion of three tracks used in the film’s soundtrack there is no direct reference to the film on Kristofferson's The Silver Tongued Devil and I…
Songs on album and film are:
“Loving Her Was Easier,” "The Pilgrim: Chapter 33" and “Breakdown."
A forth song, "I’d Rather Be Sorry" was not included on the album. It was sang as a duet in the film with Karen Black and later recorded with Rita Coolidge. It’s the former that breaks my heart … Someone has put the two versions together here
That cigarette, suede jean jacket over denim shirt sure looks good … Did he swipe Dennis’ belt?
Not so much a soundtrack album as a 3 track EP, UK only I think.
And Introducing Kris Kristofferson: Cisco Pike (1971)
A class act: from Betsy introducing Travis Bickle to his music in Taxi Driver, back through his role in Scorsese’s earlier Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, wandering minstrel cameos in Dennis Hopper’s The Last Movie and Sam Peckinpah’s Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia, a starring role in Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid, soundtrack highlights on John Huston’s Fat City and Monte Hellman’s Two-Lane Blacktop, right on down to his feature introduction in Cisco Pike … a film CV unmatched by any of his (country) rock royalty contemporaries I’ll wager … and all this with eyes that look like two pissholes.