“Music is abstract. When you listen to music, a multitude of things happen in your mind and in your heart.”


Playlists for The Double R Club, 19th January, 2017

P R E – S H O W :

[Red Room Ambience -sampled from Fire Walk With Me]

‘Dance Of The Dream man’ (Solo Sax) – Angelo Badalamenti, downloaded from davidlynch.com
‘Omlagus Garfungiloops’ – Coil, from Stolen & Contaminated Songs
‘Eraserhead (Love Theme)’ – Sick Tree, listen HERE
‘Just You (Instrumental Baritone Guitar) – Angelo Badalamenti & David Lynch, downloaded from davidlynch.com
‘The Invasion Of Poland’ – John Lurie, from Down By Law O.S.T.
‘Honky Tonk – Part 1’ – Bill Doggett, from Blue Velvet O.S.T.
‘We Do War’ – Gemma Ray, from The Exodus Suite
‘Rectum’ – Thomas Bangalter, from Irreversible O.S.T.
‘Audrey’s Dance’ – Full Eclipse [feat. Michael Stuart], from The Next Peak Vol I

[‘Audrey, Let’s Dance’ – a home cooked ‘mash-up’ featuring elements from ‘Audrey’s Dance’ by Angelo Badalamenti and ‘Let’s Dance’ by David Bowie, together with sound design and dialogue from Fire Walk With Me]

‘L’Uccello Con Le Piume Di Cristallo’ – Ennio Morricone, from Crime and Dissonance
‘Spook!’ – Henry Mancini, from Music From Peter Gunn
‘Late Night Scurry’ – Kid Congo Powers & The Pink Monkey Birds, from Dracula Boots
‘I Have A Radio’ –  David Lynch from Crazy Clown Time (bonus track, Japanese edition)
‘Milky Drops from Heaven’ – Jonny Greenwood, from Bodysong OST
‘A Pretty Girl Is Like A Threnody’ – Unsong, from A Blue Rose For Black Bob
‘Sticky’ – The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, from Now I Got Worry
‘Imaginary Girl’ – David Lynch, from Ghost Of Love CD single
‘Sexy Sultry’ – JG Thirlwell, from The Venture Bros. The Music Of JG Thirlwell
‘The Shadow Knows’ – Link Wray & The Wraymen, from The Best Of Link Wray

I N T E R V A L :

‘Trafelato’ – Ennio Morricone, from Crime and Dissonance
‘On Ward 10’ – Gallon Drunk, from The Rotten Mile
‘The David Lynch Guide To Coffee’ – Laurence Owen, from The David Lynch E.P.
‘Methamphetamine Blues’ – Mark Lanegan Band Feat. Josh Homme, from Bubblegum
‘Black Satin’ – The Raveonettes, from Lust, Lust, Lust
‘The Pink Jack’ -Mashup, free download from Mashed In Plastic


My first act was to ‘Lost In A Dream’ – The Charters, from the This Makes Me Mad 7″. My second act was a version of ‘Hang You From The Heavens’ by The Dead Weather, the original version of which appears on their album Horehound.


NOTE: special ‘shout out’ (as I believe the young folk say) to the young lady who, during the playing of  Morricone’s ‘L’Uccello Con Le Piume Di Cristallo’ -which is basically just 1:25 of the sound of a heartbeat and a woman making, ahem, ‘sexy’ noises-  I heard exclaim “This is really distracting,” to which I answered “It’ll be over soon,” and then another voice in the dark was heard to say “That’s what she said.”

~ by benjaminlouche on January 20, 2017.

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