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October 26, 2010 Options
Soundtracks of my Tears
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Artist Selection Album    (Label / Recording date)
Theme Music:
James Brown 
Cold Sweat, pt. 1   Options b/w Cold Sweat, pt. 2
(King 1967)

Music from this set can be found on
Written in Blood: Classic, Unreleased, Unissued, Out-of-Print Romantically Macabre Soundtrack Music
Volumes 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5

(Posted at Ghostcapital)
Pino Donaggio 

Sue Knows - Bucket
of Blood
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Carrie (OST)
( 1976)
Goblin  Suspiria   Options Suspiria (OST)
( 1977)

Una Vergine Tra i Morti Viventi   Options Una Vergine Tra i Morti Viventi (OST)
(Digitmovies 1971)
François De Roubaix  Les Dunes D'Ostend   Options Les Lèvres Rouge (OST)
( 1971)
Krzysztof Komeda  Alfred Behind Sledge   Options Fearless Vampire Killers (OST)
( 1967)
Les Baxter  The Dunwich Horror   Options

The Dunwich Horror

( 1970)
Ennio Morricone  Veni Sancte Spiritus   Options ll Sorriso del Grande Tentatore (OST)
( 1974)

Talkover Music:
Nino Rota 
The Clowns (Part 2)   Options The Clowns (OST)
(CAM 1971)


Paniots Nine
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Paniots Nine
(Tzadik )
Yusef Lateef  Passage of Surrealistic TIme with Disorientations   Options Tracks in the Sand (OST)
(Access 1962)
Walt Dickerson Quartet  Selina's Fantasy   Options Impressions of A Patch of Blue
(MGM 1965)
Stan Getz  Yes-The Creature Machine
Guilty of Not Being Innocent
Touching in Love
A Five Day Life...   Options

Mickey One

(MGM 1965)
Art Ensemble of Chicago  Proverbes (I)
Proverbes (II)   Options
Les Stances a Sophie (OST)
(Nessa 1970)
Mal Waldron  The Search   Options Sweet Love, Bitter (OST)
(Impulse! 1967)
Danny Barker  My Indian Red   Options Baby Dodds Trio: Jazz à la Creole
(GHB mid-1940s)

Closing Theme:
Specks Williams 
We Gave the Drummer Some   Options b/w Specks' Blues
(Jax 1960)

Listener comments!

  6:05pm Carmichael:

OK, here we are!
  6:08pm Parq:

Movie music, eh? This Goblin sounds like the Harry Potter score on drugs.
  6:08pm BSI:

yep, there it is. Best horror soundtrack evah...
  6:08pm BSI:

re: suspiria
  6:09pm Jack:

Looking at the NWS radar, you're getting some rain there in Pittsburgh, eh Doug?
  6:11pm Drummer Some:

Tornado warnings (or watches or whatever) are in effect until 9pm here in Pittsburgh.
  6:17pm Drummer Some:

The mother of all soundtrack selections coming up. Can you guess which Morricone?
  6:18pm Jack:

Maybe you SHOULDN'T play the spooky music from "Wizard of Oz" then...
  6:19pm Drummer Some:

Whadda I look like, a flying monkey?
  6:19pm Carmichael:

Heh! Here's a movie I just saw two weeks ago on DirecTV. I love the 60s brass arrangement.
  6:20pm Carmichael:

Doug, is it the one with Klaus Kinski?
  6:21pm paul b:

Gothic as this Les Baxter piece is, it still ain't as creepy as Dean Stockwell singing candy colored clown in Blue Velvet.
  6:22pm Drummer Some:

Carmichael, here is the cast:
They did a remake of Dunwich Horror and Dean Stockwell starred in that, too (playing a different role)!
  6:26pm Drummer Some:

Paul B,
You do know that Stockwell starred in that film that Baxter scored, yes?!
  6:28pm seang:

Man alive, do I love McCabe and Mrs. Miller and the Stranger song--""It's true that all the men you knew were dealers who said they were through with dealing every time you gave them shelter....
  6:32pm paul b:

@Drummer. Yes, I saw it a looong time ago on Boston area weekend tv horror feature. Based on a Lovecraft short - something I wouldn't have any notion of for 10 or more years.
  6:34pm Drummer Some:

That may be my favorite film. I love Altman. No, I mean lurve.
  6:36pm Drummer Some:

Sun Ra on harpsichord on this track, by the way.
  6:46pm Jack:

Ma! Doug's trying to scare us! Make him stop!
  6:47pm Drummer Some:

This is detective/mystery scary, not insane, homicidal maniac scary.
  6:52pm Leigh:

love this, amazing range of emotions, will have to see the movie!
  6:55pm Hugo:

I managed to find a dvd of Les Stances a Sophie. Now I will have to find time to watch it.
  6:58pm Listener John:

Wow, this was a great program -- a lot of fun to listen to.
  6:59pm Parq:

Cool show, Doug. Happy Halloween to you and yours.
  7:01pm Drummer Some:

Thanks John, Parq, Hugo, Leigh etc, etc, etc!
  10:12pm nicholab:

many thanks for the great show, doug!
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