"Hollywood and Vines" is an orchestral piece on the Season One soundtrack. It plays during jungle treks throughout the series and is heard at least once each season, including every finale but one. The piece features a heavy bassline in the low strings while violins play a melody in counterpoint.
Sawyer reads his letter on the beach, smoking a cigarette as his eyes reflect the tragedy within. Seeing some of the survivors going on a hike, he decides to join them. The survivors climb up mountains, attempting to reach higher ground to send a transmission. Together, they help one another to get up a particularly steep section.
Full list of appearances
"Hollywood and Vines" and its variations play during the following scenes.
- The survivors begin their trek to pick up a radio signal. ("Pilot, Part 2")
- The survivors trek to the Dark Territory. ("Exodus, Part 1")
- Sayid and Charlie run to the pillar of smoke. ("Exodus, Part 2")
- The tailies scale a mountain, carrying Sawyer in a stretcher. ("Abandoned")
- The survivors leave camp for the radio tower. ("Through the Looking Glass, Part 1")
- Jack tells Naomi he's a doctor. ("Through the Looking Glass, Part 1")
- The survivors resume their journey. ("Through the Looking Glass, Part 1")
- Ben lets Alex accompany him to the radio tower. ("Through the Looking Glass, Part 1")
- Jack checks on the satellite phone. ("Through the Looking Glass, Part 1")
- The trek continues. ("Through the Looking Glass, Part 1")
- Jack talks to Danielle about the radio tower. ("Through the Looking Glass, Part 2")
- Sayid leaves the Kahana in the Zodiac. ("Cabin Fever")
- Sayid returns to the Island on the Zodiac raft. ("There's No Place Like Home, Part 1")
- Daniel returns to take the second group on the Zodiac. ("There's No Place Like Home, Part 2")
- The Man in Black (as Locke) leads the Others to Jacob. ("Follow the Leader")
- The journey continues. ("The Incident, Part 1")
- They reach the statue. ("The Incident, Part 2")
- Jack tells Kate the island's the one thing he hasn't "screwed up". ("The End")
Variations on the theme from "Hollywood and Vines" appear in "Fly By Dire", "Flying High", "Early Mourning Mystery", "The Good Shepherd", "JACK FM", "Just What the Doctor Ordered", "Kate Makes a Splash", "An Other Dark Agenda", "The Only Pebble in the Jungle", "Nadia on Your Life", "Sawyer Jones and the Temple of Boom", "The Stick With Me Speech" and "Timecrunch".
The title references the music style - cinematic scores - and the setting - a jungle. "Hollywood and Vine" is also the famous Los Angeles intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street.