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MOVIE

January 22, 2012

MP3 Browning PI – The Movie Mix 2

Tracks

01 Intro
02 John Ottman – Main Theme (from The Usual Suspects)
03 Air – Lost In Kyoto (from Lost In Translation)
04 Hans Zimmer – Medley: Leaving Wallbrook; On The Road (from Rain Man)
05 Jerry Goldsmith – Gremlins Rag (from Gremlins)
06 Philip Glass – Opening Credits (from Candyman)
07 Hans Zimmer – You´re So Cool (from True Romance)
08 Angelo Badalamenti – Mulholland Drive Theme (from Mulholland Drive)
09 The Penguin Cafe Orchestra – Music from A Found Harmonium (from Napoleon Dynamite)
10 Nicholas Cage – Love Me (from Wild At Heart)
11 Clint Mansell – Lux Aeterna (from Requiem for a Dream)
12 Wim Mertens – Struggle for Pleasure (from The Belly of the Architect)
13 James Horner – A Kaleidoscope of Mathematics (from A Beautiful Mind)
14 Danny Elfman – Introduction (Titles) (from Edward Scissorhands)
15 Glen Grey and The Casa Loma Orchestra – Smoke Rings (from Wild At Heart)
16 Gabriel Faure – Pavane (from Mr. Nobody)
17 Wendy Carlos – Anthem (from Tron)
18 Philip Glass – Music Box (from Candyman)
19 Yann Tiersen – Comptine D’un Autre Eté / L’après-Midi (from Le fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain)
20 Moondog – Bird´s Lament (from Pineapple Express)
21 Richard Strauss – Im Abendrot (from Wild At Heart)
22 Brad Fidel – Main Theme (from Terminator 2)

L.O.V.E.

April 4, 2011

MP3 Richard Dangèr – L.O.V.E.

Tracks

Jode – Tomorrow Is Gone
Harry Nilsson – Let The Tears Dry (Demo)
Tangerine Dream – Das Madchen Aus Der Treppe
Cosmology – Willow Land
George Harrison – I Dig Love
2Pac – Pain (Instr.)
Manfred Mann´s Earth Band – Belle Of The Earth
Paul Horn – Dream Machine
Pablo Cruise – Watcha Gonna Do?
The Jones Girls – Nights Over Egypt
Marianne Faithful – Why D´ya Do It
Norman Greenbaum – Marcy
Peter Richard – Strange Desires (Inst.)
Baby Mammoth – Tree Wheeler
America – Ventura Highway
Bugsy Maugh – It´s Noth That Far Away
Jubal – I´de Hate To Be A Black Man
Ramses – Devil Inside
Michel Polnareff – Love Me, Please Love Me
Dan Auberbach – Keep It Hid
This Mortal Coil – Alone
Del Richardson – Jigsaw
The Duruitt Colum – Otis

KIM BASINGER

July 18, 2010

MP3 Richard Danger – Kim Basinger

Tracks

Intro
Steve Miller Band – Wild Mountain Honey
The Cars – Drive
Freeloader – Succumb
Harold Faltermeyer – The Discovery
Historics – City to City (Pink Stallone High By Foot RMX)
Joe Walsh – I.L.B.T.’s
Giorgio Moroder – The Seduction
Harold Faltermeyer – Fletch Theme
Richard Marx – Hazard
6th Borough Project – Planets (The Revenge Lost Groove)
Jacques Renault & Lee Douglas – Got To Find A Disco
Lou Reed – My Love is Chemical
Jenny Burton – People Have Got to Move
Warren Zevon – Werewolves Of London
Lindsey Buckingham – It Was You
Tony Joe White – Thing About you Baby (Psychemagik Love-Dub Edit)
David Pack – Prove Me Wrong
Outro

OPTIMOGEDDON

April 27, 2010

The last night of Optimo (Espacio).
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5

Thanks to Ripped In Glasgow.

PEOPLE

April 20, 2010

MP3 James Murphy – People

GOD MORGEN

February 24, 2010

MP3 Richard Danger – God Morgen Miks

Tracks

The Penguin Cafe Orchestra – A Found Harmonium
Peter Hughes Orchestra – Strangers In The Night
Rubber City – Perdita
Dexter Wansel – Together Once Again
The Impressions – I´ve Been Tryin´
Henri Texier – Amir
The Dudley Moore Trio – Fanfare
Crosby & Nash – Carry Me
Arthur Lee & Love – Everybody´s Gotta Live
Chris Bell – I Am The Cosmos
Shadows Of Knight – Bad Little Woman
The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Castles Made Of Sand
Carl Mann – Gonna Rock & Roll Tonight
The Dell-Vikings – Come Go With Me
Air – Mr. Man
Heaven & Earth – Jenny
Dennis Wilson – Lady (Falling In Love)
The Beach Boys – Feel Flows
The Film Studio Orchestra – One Silver Dollar [un Dollaro Bucato]

HALLOWEEN

October 29, 2009

The most fun made up corporate holiday is coming up, and Oh Heavenly Dog brings you the obligatory Halloween mix. I have chosen to go the way of creepy soundtrack music, as opposed to the horror club direction many dj´s take. It´s a collection of horror trailer clips and my favorite scores from my favorite horror flicks. Please enjoy.

MP3 Richard Danger – Rated “R”; Halloween Mix

Tracks
Halloween Trailer
Jocelyn Pook – Masked Ball (from Eyes Wide Shut)
Philip Glass – Opening Titles (from Candyman)
Charles Bernstein – BB´s Song (from Deadly Friend)
Lady Frankenstein Trailer
Goblin – Susperia (from Susperia)
Angelo Badalamenti – Black Dog Runs At Night (from Twin Peaks; Fire Walk With Me)
The Night Child Trailer
John Carpenter – Loomis And Shape’s Car (from Halloween)
The Creed Taylor Orchestra – Heartbeat (from Shock)
“You Are the Duke of New York”
John Carpenter – Arrival at the Library (from Escape From New York)
Peter Ivers, David Lynch – In Heaven (from Eraserhead)
Wojciech Kilar – Opening Titles (from The Ninth Gate)
György Ligeti (Dominic Harlan, piano) – Musica Ricercata, II (Mesto, Rigido E Ceremoniale) (from Eyes Wide Shut)
Madhouse Trailer
Philip Glass – Face To Razor (from Candyman)
John Carpenter – Laurie´s Theme (from Halloween)
Bernard Hermann – Psycho Theme (from Psycho)
The Night Evelyn Came Out Of The Grave Trailer
Howard Shore – TV or Not TV (from Videodrome)
Donald Rubinstein w/Erica Lindsay – Tales From the Darkside (voice over) (from Tales From the Darkside)
Angelo Badalamenti – A Real Indication (from Twin Peaks; Fire Walk With Me)
Charles Bernstein – Changed Minds (from Deadly Friend)
Wojciech Kilar feat. Sumi Jo – The Ninth Gate (from The Ninth Gate)
Philip Glass – Floating Candyman (from Candyman)
Rubie Trailer

SOUP

September 9, 2009

A few days ago, quite by chance, I saw a fantastic film called Soup For One. I sat up straight when I heard a track that has become a mild club hit after the Lindstrøm Let It Happen Mix that came out a few years ago. The track is Carly Simon´s “Why”. And to my surprise the soundtrack was produced by disco legends Chic. Being from a decade when putting pop music in movies was a good thing (and not only acoustic Tori Amos shit like today), the music in the film works great. Today music like this would only be put ironically in period pieces, and I don´t know why because it´s some of the best music out there.

Anyway, a few highlights from the soundtrack:

Chic – Soup For One

Carly Simon – Why

OH HEAVENLY DOG RADIO PT. 5

September 4, 2009

This time around, something completely different. This is on the understated side, a movie mix that would be the soundtrack to my perfect film. David Lynch is, as always, over represented, but that´s how I am. So lay down and relax to this selection of great film music.

Richard Danger – Oh Heavenly Dog Radio Pt. 5 (The Movie Mix)

Tracks
Angelo Badalamenti – Red Bats With Teeth (from Lost Highway)
Beethoven – Symphony No.7 Op. 92 II Allegreto (from Art School Confidential)
Yann Tiersen – La Valse D´Amélie (Piano Version) (from Le fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain)
Angelo Badalamenti with Julee Cruise – Mysteries Of Love (from Blue Velvet)
Hans Zimmer – Vide Cor Meum (from Hannibal)
Intermission by David Lynch
Angelo Badalamenti feat. John Neff – Go Get Some (from Mulholland Drive)
Ryuichi Sakamoto – Assembly (from Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence)
Carmen Cavallaro – Cocktails For Two (from Small Time Crooks)
Popol Vuh – Mantra I (from Nosferatu)
Intermission by David Lynch
Lindsey Buckingham – Holiday Road (from National Lampoon´s Vacation)
Intermission by David Lynch
Stevie Wonder – Love Light In Flight (from The Woman In Red)
Intermission by David Lynch
Walter Carlos – Title Music From A Clockwork Orange (from A Clockwork Orange)
Intermission by David Lynch
Tangerine Dream – Logos pt. II (from The Keep)
Mike Oldfield – Tubular Bells (from The Exorcist)
Ryuichi Sakamoto – Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence (from Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence)
Ryuichi Sakamoto – Railroad Man (not from any movie I know, but it could be)
Angelo Badalamenti – Fred & Renee Make Love (from Lost Highway)
This Mortal Coil – Song To The Siren (from Lost Highway)

BASTERDS

August 26, 2009

I just saw the Basterds, and as you would expect, it´s beyond great. And the soundtrack does not disappoint either. Composed mostly of non-original compositions of the spaghetti-western variety, plus a welcome contribution from Giorgio Moroder.

Tarrantino chooses to end the movie with a nod to a spaghetti-western milestone, Ennio Morricone´s “Rabbia E Tarantella” from Sergio Leone´s 1968 classic Once Upon A Time In The West. This is after he suggests that “Basterds” just might be his masterpiece, and indeed it is.

Ennio Morricone – Rabbia E Tarantella