O Lucky Man! is one of my favorite films of all time and the film that introduced me to Alan Price. (It took me months afterward to find out that he was the same guy who played those blistering organ solos with the Animals!). Living in the US, where few of the Alan Price Set singles got air play and we never saw the Alan Price/Georgie Fame TV shows, I had no idea who he was before then. His songs were such an important part of that film -- I can still remember the impact of that swift cut to his his hands crashing down on the keyboards with the opening chords of the title track. Then, after the film had established Alan's songs as a commentary on the plots action, suddenly a battered van hurtles into the main character's life and Alan pops out -- and now he's a character in the film as well. Brilliant. I remember walking out of this film (I saw it at the Leicester Square Cinema in July 1973) and feeling that my life had been changed. I was just a teenager at the time, but I was right.