“If an idea carries with it a mood, sound is critical to making that mood.”

Playlists for The Double R Club 16th May, 2013.

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P R E – S H O W :
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‘Scene 1 [Part 1]’ – Olga Neuwirth, from Lost Highway (opera)
‘Girl Talk/Birds In Hell/Laura Palmer’s Theme/Falling’ – Angelo Badalamenti, from Fire Walk With Me O.S.T.
‘Flower Head Boy Follows You Home’ – mash-up of ‘Jew Boy Flower Head’ by The Melvins, from The Bootlicker & ‘Follow You Home’ by Lab Report, from Figure X-71
‘Fire Walk With Me’ – Bookhouse, from Ghostwood

(various sampled sound design / dialogue from Mulholland Drive)

‘Tiab Guls’ – Throbbing Gristle, from Throbbing Gristle’s Greatest Hits
‘Solo Percussion 1’ – Angelo Badalamenti, downloaded from davidlynch.com
‘Psychedelic Slut’ – Two Step Horror, from Bad Sides & Rejects
‘RR Swing’ – Angelo Badalamenti, downloaded from davidlynch.com
‘Sticky’ – The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, from Now I Got Worry
‘Up In Flames’ – Julee Cruise, from The Voice Of Love
‘My Baby’ – Ken Nordine, from The Best of Word Jazz, Vol. 1

‘La Llarona’ – Kid Congo Powers & The Pink Monkey Birds, from Dracula Boots
‘James Visits Laura’ – Angelo Badalamenti, downloaded from davidlynch.com

(various sampled sound design / dialogue from Mulholland Drive)

‘Police’ – Angelo Badalamenti, from Lost Highway O.S.T.
‘Mysterioso #2’ (film version) – Angelo Badalamenti, downloaded from davidlynch.com
‘Sexy Sultry’ – JG Thirlwell, from The Venture Bros. The Music Of JG Thirlwell
‘Dark Night Of The Soul’ – David Lynch, from Dark Night Of The Soul
‘Falling’ – by Shane Gilliver, arranged and recorded for a performance at the 2012 Twin Peaks UK Festival

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I N T E R V A L :
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‘I Cannot Do That’ – David Lynch & John Neff, from Blue Bob
‘Boiler Maker’ – The Jazzus Lizard, from Horn
‘Switchblade’ – Link Wray & The Wraymen, from Rumble! The Best Of Link Wray
‘Rescue Me’ – Gemma Ray, from Runaway CD single
‘Tell Me Baby’ – John Lee Hooker, from The Complete 50’s Chess Recordings
‘Boys Who Rape (Should All Be Destroyed) – The Raveonettes, from In And Out Of Control
‘Mountains Falling’ – David Lynch & John Neff, from Mulholland Drive O.S.T.

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My opening act was to ‘When Your Number Isn’t Up’ by Mark Lanegan from Bubblegum. My second act was a version of ‘Black Tambourine (film version)’ by Beck, the original of which appears on the Inland Empire O.S.T.

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~ by benjaminlouche on May 17, 2013.

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