“It’s possible to conjure up with sound and pictures profound emotions and fantastic ideas.”
Playlists for The Double R Club 18th April, 2013.
P R E – S H O W :
‘No Happiness For Slater’ (pitch lowered by 10 semitones by me) – John Lewis, from Odds Against Tomorrow O.S.T.
‘The Voice Of Love’ – Angelo Badalamenti, from Fire Walk With Me O.S.T.
‘New Shoes’ – Angelo Badalamenti, from Twin Peaks Season Two Music And More
‘Kitchen Blues’ – David Lynch, downloaded from davidlynch.com
‘Premonitions Following an Evil Deed’, audio from 52 second film by Lynch made as part of the Lumière et Cie project
‘Yard’ – The Birthday Party, from Prayers On Fire
‘St. Louis Elegy’ – Mark Lanegan Band, from Blues Funeral
‘Known Not Wanted’ – Terry Edwards, from My Wife Doesn’t Understand Me
‘Speed Roadster’ – David Lynch, from Crazy Clown Time
‘Mr. Eddy’s Theme 1’ – Barry Adamson, from Lost Highway O.S.T.
(various sound design sampled from episodes of Lynch’s Rabbits)
‘Freshly Squeezed (Fast Cool Jazz Version)’ – Angelo Badalamenti, downloaded from davidlynch.com
‘The Letter’ – Gemma Ray, from Down Baby Down
‘Baby Goes Bad’ – Gemma Ray, from Down Baby Down
‘Silent Heaven’ – Akira Yamaoka, from Silent Hill 2 O.S.T.
‘Deer Meadow Shuffle’ – Angelo Badalamenti, downloaded from davidlynch.com
‘Don’t Do Anything (I Wouldn’t Do)’, from Fire Walk With Me O.S.T.
(sampled audio montage from ‘Blues Music’ promo trailer for Crazy Clown Time)
‘The High Night Walk’ – David Lynch, downloaded from davidlynch.com
I N T E R V A L :
‘Night Train’ – The Von Bondies, from Lack Of Communication
‘Pinky’s Dream’ – David Lynch (featuring Karen O.), from Crazy Clown Time
‘Pin-Tied’ – The Chrome Cranks, from Diabolical Boogie
‘Gone Ridin” – Chris Isaak, from Silvertone
‘All American Happy Hour’ – Alexander Hacke, from Sanctuary
‘The Pink Room’ + half heard dialogue – David Lynch (sampled from Fire Walk With Me)
The second track (oops, was supposed to have been the first!) played after the show was ‘Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead’ by Ella Fitzgerald, from Ella Sings The Harold Arlen Songbook
My opening act was to ‘Welcome To My World’ by Jim Reeves from The Only Jim Reeves Album You’ll Ever Need (with added sound design from Fire Walk With Me). My second act was a version of ‘Under The Wires’ by The Cramps (with added vocal sample from ‘Disconnected 666’ by Cop Shoot Cop, from Consumer Revolt, plus sound effects), the original version of which appears on the album Psychedelic Jungle.