“The voice can be a stranger to the music, or it can be intimate like a man and a woman together in a dark room.”

Playlists for The Double R Club, 19th April, 2012.

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P R E – S H O W :

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‘Adagio For Large Room’ – David Lynch, downloaded from davidlynch.com
‘Theme from Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me (Saxophone)’ – Angelo Badalamenti, downloaded from davidlynch.com
‘Up To Date’ – Cheerleader 69, download FREE here
‘The Mysteries Of Love’ – Anthony & The Johnsons, from I Fell In Love With A Dead Boy CD single
‘Deer Meadow Shuffle’ – Angelo Badalamenti, downloaded from davidlynch.com
‘Fondate Paure’ – Ennio Morricone, from Crime and Dissonance
‘Freshly Squeezed (bass clarinet version)’ – Angelo Badalamenti, downloaded from davidlynch.com
‘Twin Peaks Twist’ – Messer Chups, album unknown!
‘The Beaten Side Of Town’ – Barry Adamson, from Back To The Cat
‘See Pretty’ – Beirut Slump, from Hysterie (1976-1986)
‘Girl On The Street’ – David Lynch, downloaded from davidlynch.com
‘Bubblegum New Forever’ – Giddle & Boyd, from Going Steady With Peggy Moffitt
‘Snow Angel: Theme from “Dangerpuss”‘ – Dangerpuss, downloaded FREE from here
‘A Girl Got A Car Accident’ – The Henry Chinaski’s Ashtray, from Don’t Pee On My Indian Carpet, download FREE here
‘Late Night Scurry’ – Kid Congo Powers & The Pink Monkey Birds, from Dracula Boots

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I N T E R V A L :

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‘Crazy Clown Time’ (video version) – David Lynch, audio taken from the official video, found here
‘Dead Cool’ – The Chrome Cranks, from Dead Cool
‘Gospel Singer’ – Lydia Lunch, James Johnston, Terry Edwards, Ian White, from Big Sexy Noise
‘The Love Gang’ – The Raveonettes, from Chain Gang Of Love
‘Nite Train’ – The Von Bondies, from Lack Of Communication
‘Night Time Is The Right Time’ – The Sonics, from Here Are The Sonics  

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My opening act was to an edited version of ‘She Would Die For Love’ by Julee Cruise, from the Lynch / Badalamenti / Cruise album The Voice Of Love. My second act was a (greatly inferior, it turned out) version of  ‘She Lives!’ by Swans, the original version of which appears on their album The Great Annihilator.

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~ by benjaminlouche on April 20, 2012.

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