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Playlist for July 07, 2014

July 10, 2014

If there is a thematic element to this particular episode, it would be scores from movies (for the most part) dealing with period-piece dramas set in the UK. Additionally, the show ends with a few Shakespeare scores in the mix and the end title music sequence from Stanley Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon (unfortunately, due to technical difficulties, listeners could only hear from the left side of the speaker :().

Michael Nyman – The Piano: Original Music from the Film (2014) – A Wild and Distant Shore
Sally Whitwell – All Imperfect Things: Solo Piano Music of Michael Nyman (2013) – Here to There – Originally composed by Michael Nyman for The Piano (1993)
Wojciech Kilar – The Portrait of a Lady OST (1996) – Prologue: My Life Before Me
Philip Glass – The Secret Agent OST (1996) – Secret Agent
Alexandre Desplat – The King’s Speech OST (2010) - The Threat of War
Dario Marianelli – Jane Eyre OST (2011) – Wandering Wheel
Philippe Sarde – Tess OST (1978) – Love Theme and Premonition
Lesley Barber – Mansfield Park OST (1999) – Paying for the Party
Jocelyn Pook – The Merchant of Venice OST (2004) – Fie Fie Gratiano
Elliot Goldenthal – Titus OST (1999) – Titus’ Vow
National Philharmonic Orchestra – Music From the Soundrack of Barry Lyndon (1975) – Sarabande End-Title –
Originally written by Georg Friedrich Handel

Background Music:
Intro Music:
Giorgio Moroder – Midnight Express Soundtrack (1978) – Chase
After 1st set:
 Glenn Gould – Glenn Gould Plays Bach: The Well-Tempered Clavier Book I (2012) – Prelude & Fugue No. 14 in F sharp minor: Fuga - Music additionally featured in NFB animated short Spheres (1969) as well as in the Gould Meets McLaren short for 32 Short Films About Glenn Gould (1993)
Rest of show: Alexandre Desplat – The Painted Veil OST (2006) – The Water Wheel – Features Lang Lang on piano 

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Playlist for June 30, 2014

July 1, 2014

While this episode doesn’t have a theme, per se, you can expect the following: progressive rock, Nosferatu, alternate soundtracks, and part of a score by Nick Cave & Warren Ellis at the end!

Pink Floyd – Music From the Film “More” (1969) – Main Theme
Can – Soundtracks (1970) – Don’t Turn the Light On, Leave Me Alone - Originally featured in Cream – Schwabing Report a.k.a. School Girl Bride (1971) & additionally featured in Norwegian Wood (2010)
Nash the Slash – Nosferatu (2001) – Sacrificing Nina - Alternate soundtrack to Nosferatu (1922)
Art Zoyd – Nosferatu (1989) – Marees* - Alternate soundtrack to Nosferatu (1922)
Popul Vuh – Nosferatu: The Vampyre Original Soundtrack (1987) - Bruder Des Schattens
Wojciech Kilar – Bram Stoker’s Dracula OST (1992) – The Green Mist
Dan Jones – Shadow of the Vampire OST (2000) – Street in Wismar
Marco Di Gasbarro & Alessandro Riccardo – Man With A Movie Camera: Cinematic Series, Vol. 1 (2011) – Still Life - Alternate soundtrack & live score to Man With A Movie Camera (1929)
The Cinematic Orchestra – Man With A Movie Camera (2003) – Reel Life (Evolution II) - Alternate soundtrack to Man With A Movie Camera (1929)
Nick Cave & Warren Ellis – The Proposition OST (2005) – Gun Thing

Background Music:
Intro Music:
Giorgio Moroder – Midnight Express Soundtrack (1978) – Chase
After 1st & 2nd sets:
 Teeth of the Sea – A Field in England: Re-visited (2014) – Whilst We Live in Fear of Hell - Re-imagined score to A Field in England (2013)
Rest of show: Edward Artemiev – Solaris OST (1972) – Ocean

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*While this particular song is included in Art Zoyd’s Nosferatu album in 1989, according to the liner notes, this particular song is apparently written for the “final ballet” by the Salzburg Vorgänge Bewegungstheater, for the sixth centenary of the belfry at Bethune, France.

Playlist for June 23, 2014

July 1, 2014

This playlist features selections from electronic film scores, soundtracks from movies directed by Jonathan Glazer (including his latest, Under the Skin), as well as relatively newer science-fiction movies during the end of the episode.

Solvent – New Ways: Music From I Dream of Wires (2014) – Transfer Function - Originally composed for I Dream of Wires (2014)
Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross – The Social Network OST (2010) – Painted Sun in Abstract
The Dust Brothers – Fight Club: Original Motion Picture Score (1999) – Homework
Cliff Martinez – The Limey OST (1999) – “What He Gonna Say?”
Roque Banos – Sexy Beast Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2000) - Teddy the Beast
Alexandre Desplat – Birth OST (2004) – Day Out
Mica Levi – Under the Skin OST (2013) – Lipstick to Void
Tom Twyker, Johnny Klimek, & Reinhold Heil – Cloud Atlas OST (2012) – Sloosha’s Hollow
M83 – Oblivion OST (2013) – Odyssey’s Rescue
Christophe Beck – Edge of Tomorrow OST (2014) – No Courage Without Fear
Edward Artemiev – Stalker: Original Soundtrack (1979) – Section 1 –
Side 2 of Record of The Mirror / Stalker LP consists of score to Stalker (1979)

Background Music:
Intro Music:
Giorgio Moroder – Midnight Express Soundtrack (1978) – Chase
After 1st set:
 Wendy Carlos – Walter Carlos’ Clockwork Orange (1972) – March From A Clockwork Orange - Originally by Beethoven for Ninth Symphony: 4th Movement
After 2nd & 3rd sets: Steven Price - Gravity OST (2013) – The Void
Before final set: Edward Artemiev – Solaris OST (1972) – Ocean

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Playlist for June 16, 2014

July 1, 2014

This edition of Exit Music For Films also is partially a throwback to the classic film scores, starting off with Max Steiner’s score the the film-noir classic The Big Sleep. However, the next sets shift gears a tad with the next sets “dedicated” to Ennio Morricone, jazz scores, Bernard Herrmann, and a nod to the National Film Board of Canada, once again.

As explained during the show, archives of all of the old episodes for Crime Classics back in the 1950s can be found through this link on archive.org – Crime Classics – Single Episodes

Additionally, the full 8 minute long NFB short, Ciné-crime, can be viewed at the official NFB website. – Link

Charles Gerhardt & The National Philharmonic Orchestra – Now Voyager!: Classic Film Scores of Max Steiner (1975) – The Big Sleep: Main Title / Marlowe / Bookshop / Murder / Chase / Love Theme & Finale - Originally composed by Max Steiner for The Big Sleep (1946)
Ennio Morricone – Once Upon A Time in the West OST (1968) – As A Judgment
Metallica – We All Love Ennio Morricone (2007) – The Ecstasy of Gold - Originally composed by Ennio Morricone for The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (1966)
Shrift – Crime Music: Bernard Herrmann Revisited (2009) – Goodbye Colonel – Originally written by Ennio Morricone for For a Few Dollars More (1965)
Quincy Jones – The Slender Thread Original Motion Picture Score (1966) – Psychosis
Naked City – Naked City (1989) – Chinatown – Originally written by Jerry Goldsmith for Chinatown (1974)
Michel Legrand ft. Noel Harrison – The Thomas Crown Affair OST (1968) – Theme from The Thomas Crown Affair (Windmills in the Ocean)
Antoine Bustros & Ensemble Ulysse – Crime Music: Bernard Herrmann Revisited (2009) – The Crime of Bathsheba Spooner – Originally written by Bernard Herrmann for the CBS radio docudrama Crime Classics (1953)
Maurice Blackburn – Filmusique – Filmopera: The Film Music of Maurice Blackburn (1996) – Ciné-crime – Entire score for the NFB short film Ciné-crime (1968)

Background Music:
Intro Music:
Giorgio Moroder – Midnight Express Soundtrack (1978) – Chase
After 1st set:
 John Zorn – The Big Gundown (1985) – Once Upon A Time in the West - Originally composed by Ennio Morricone for Once Upon A Time in the West (1968)
After 2nd set: Quincy Jones w/ Herbie Hancock - We All Love Ennio Morricone (2007) – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly - Originally composed by Ennio Morricone for The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (1966)
After 3rd set: Bernard Herrmann – Taxi Driver Soundtrack OST (1976) – Theme From Taxi Driver
Before Final Set: Eldon Rathburn - Labyrinthe LP (1967) – Out of the Labyrinthe - Composed for the NFB short for Expo 67 in Montreal, Dans le Labyrinthe (1967)

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Playlist for June 09, 2014

June 14, 2014

For the last weekend of May, I attended The Golden Age of Film Music at the Winspear Centre in Edmonton. This consisted of classic film scores played by the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra and conducted by Richard Kaufman. In “tribute” of the performances, for this particular episode classic film scores from the older age of Hollywood are showcased (for the most part), with half of the selections from soundtracks of Alfred Hitchcock movies.

Charles Gerhardt & The National Philharmonic Orchestra – Spellbound: Classic Film Scores of Miklós Rózsa (1975) – Spellbound: The Dream Sequence / The Mountain Lodge - Originally composed by Miklós Rózsa for Spellbound (1945)
Lydia Kavina – Spellbound! Original Works For Theremin (2008) – “Spellbound Concerto” - Originally composed by Miklós Rózsa for Spellbound (1945)
Charles Gerhardt & The National Philharmonic Orchestra – Sunset Boulevard: Film Scores of Franz Waxman (1974) – Rebecca: Prelude – After the Ball- Mrs. Danvers – Confession Scene – Manderley in Flames - Originally composed by Franz Waxman for Rebecca (1941)
Antoine Bustros & Ensemble Ulysse – Crime Music: Bernard Herrmann Revisited (2009) – Psycho Suite: The Rainstorm – Originally written by Bernard Herrmann for Psycho (1960)
Christopher O’ Riley & Matt Haimovitz – Shuffle. Play. Listen (2011) – Vertigo Suite: The Nightmare – Originally composed by Bernard Herrmann for Vertigo (1958)
Elmer Bernstein – Walk on the Wild Side OST (1962) – Main Theme
Henry Mancini – Charade OST (1963) – Bateau Mouche
Paul Bateman & The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra – Dr. Strangelove…Music From the Films of Stanley Kubrick (1999) – The Patrol – Originally composed by Gerald Fried for Paths of Glory (1957)

Maurice Jarre – Lawrence of Arabia OST (1962) – Suns Anvil
John Williams – Close Encounters of the Third Kind OST (1977) – Resolution & End Title

Background Music:
Intro Music:
Giorgio Moroder – Midnight Express Soundtrack (1978) – Chase
After 1st set:
 Maurice Jarre – Lawrence of Arabia OST (1962) – Overture
After 2nd set: Bernard Herrmann - Vertigo OST (1958) – Prelude & Rooftop
After 3rd set: Michel Legrand – The Thomas Crown Affair OST (1968) – Playing the Field
Before Final Set: Charles Gerhardt & The National Philharmonic Orchestra - Max Steiner’s Classic Film Score “Gone With the Wind” (1974) – Apotheosis: Melanie’s Death, Scarlett And Rhett, Tara - Originally composed by Max Steiner for Gone With the Wind (1939)

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Playlist for June 02, 2014: CANCON Edition

June 14, 2014

Another CANCON Edition of Exit Music For Films. This is the time period where campus & community radio stations are supposed to report how much Canadian content is being played. Therefore, for this episode we have music from Howard Shore (of course), alongside soundtracks from Neil Young, Shooting Guns, Glenn Gould, as well as the soundtrack to Cube.

Note: Due to issues with the FTP server at CJSR, the episode was taken from a different source and therefore of lesser quality. Additionally, the first minute or so of Escape from the Cube soundtrack is missing from the podcast due to reasons unknown.

Lydia Kavina – Spellbound! Original Works For Theremin (1999) – Suite from “Ed Wood” (‘Track 8′) - Scored by Howard Shore for Ed Wood (1994)
Howard Shore – ExistenZ OST (1999) – ExistenZ By Antenna - Features Lydia Kavina on theremin
E.C. Woodley – Antiviral OST (2013) – Flesh Sample
Mark Korven – Cube OST (1997) – Escape
Nash the Slash – Nosferatu OST (2001) - Dracula Packs  - Alternate soundtrack for Nosferatu (1922)
Glenn Gould – 32 Short Films About Glenn Gould Soundtrack (1993) – Gould Meets McLaren: Bach: Fugue No. 14 in F sharp minor from The Well Tempered Clavier, Book I - Music additionally featured in NFB animated short Spheres (1969)
Maurice Blackburn – Filmusique – Filmopera: The Film Music of Maurice Blackburn (1996) – Notes sur un triangle – Entire score for NFB short film Notes sur un triangle (1966)
Shooting Guns – Wolfcop OST (2014) – Barnburner
Neil Young – Dead Man OST (1995) – Organ Solo (‘Track 5′)
Clinton Shorter – 2 Guns OST (2013) – Trucks and Choppers
Broken Social Scene – The Tracey Fragments OST (2006) – hHallmark – Song originally featured on Broken Social Scene’s Beehives (2004)

Background Music:
Intro Music & After 1st and 2nd sets:
 Howard Shore & Metric – Cosmopolis OST (2012) – Benno
Rest of show:
 Mychael Danna –  Exotica OST (1994) – Snake Dance

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Playlist for May 26, 2014

June 14, 2014

Due to circumstances beyond my control, there was no episode on May 19th. However, for this particular week, the music sets were moreorless dedicated around the film project of director Alejandro Jodorowsky’s troubled production of Frank Herbert’s Dune. This production and the influence it had on dozens of other future film projects are documented in Jodorowsky’s Dune, which played at the Metro Cinema in Edmonton on May 9th.

For the last set, classic film scores are showcased from Maurice Jarre and Elmer Bernstein.

Jerry Goldsmith – Alien OST (1979) – Main Title
Christopher Young – Species OST (1995) – Species Feces
Jerry Goldsmith – Poltergeist OST (1982) – Carol Anne’s Theme (End Title) - Additionally featured in Poltergeist II: The Other Side (1986)
Eric Serra – The Fifth Element OST (1997) – Lakta Ligunai
Inva Mula – The Fifth Element OST (1997) - Lucia Di Lammermoor / The Diva Dance  - Music originally from Lucia Di Lammermoor: Il dolce suono by Gaetano Donizetti
Toto – Dune OST (1984) – Paul Meets Chani
Henry Mancini – Lifeforce OST (1984) – The Discovery – Part 1: Spacewalk - Performed by the London Symphony Orchestra
Pink Floyd – Zabriskie Point OST (1970) – Come in Number 51, Your Time Is Up - Re-recording of Careful With That Axe, Eugene (1968)
Maurice Jarre – Lawrence of Arabia OST (1962) – Main Title - Performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra
Elmer Bernstein – The Magnificent Seven OST (1960) – Main Title & Calvera

Background Music:
Intro Music:
Giorgio Moroder – Midnight Express Soundtrack (1978) – Chase
After 1st set:
 Vangelis – Blade Runner OST (1994) – Blade Runner
After 2nd set: SpacEKraft – Beyond the White Veil - Found on Soundcloud page of SpacEKraft
After 3rd set:
City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra - Film Music of Howard Shore (2013) - Dead Ringers - Originally scored by Howard Shore for Dead Ringers (1988)
Before last set:
 John Williams –  Close Encounters of the Third Kind OST (1977) – Night Siege

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Playlist for May 12, 2014: Scores and Songs from Zombie Movies

May 13, 2014

For this episode, we actually have a theme! Cuts from Film Scores in addition to regular songs from original motion picture soundtracks to (mostly) horror movies, featuring zombies!!! Enjoy.

Marco Beltrami – World War Z OST (2013) – Philadelphia
John Murphy – 28 Days Later OST (2002) – In the House – In A Heartbeat
Dave Sardy – Zombieland OST (2009) – Cardio
Rock Plaza Central – Are We Not Horses (2006) – Anthem For the Already Defeated - Featured prominently in The Battery (2013)
Ryan Shore – Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer OST (2007) - The Legend of the Heart
Fabio Frizzi – Zombi 2 OST (1979) – Zombie (“Sequence 1″)
Richard Band – Re-Animator Soundtrack (1985) – Pro-logue / Main Title
Christophe Chassol – Asylum Blackout OST (2012) - Asylum Drive - Movie also refered to The Incident
The Damned – Return of the Living Dead Soundtrack (1985) – Dead Beat Dance
TSOL – Return of the Living Dead Soundtrack (1985) – Nothing For You
The Captains Intangible – Diary of the Dead Soundtrack (2007) – Any Other Way
Joseph LoDuca – Evil Dead 2 OST (1988) – Behemoth
John Carpenter & Alan Howarth – Prince of Darkness OST (1987) – A Message From the Future
Herbert Chappell – Dawn of the Dead: The Unreleased Incidental Music (2004) – The Gonk

Background Music:
Intro Music:
Giorgio Moroder – Midnight Express Soundtrack (1978) – Chase
After 1st set:
 Metallica – Ride the Lightning (1984) – For Whom the Bell Tolls - Played during the beginning credits of Zombieland (2009)
Rest of show:
 Goblin –  Zombi OST (1978) – Zombi - Soundtrack release for  Dawn of the Dead (1978)

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Playlist for May 05, 2014

May 8, 2014

This week’s episode was one of many containing a science-fiction theme, with more than half of the selections consisting of scores to films having to do with the planet Mars.

Philip Glass – Roving Mars OST (2006) – Opportunity vs. Spirit
Benoît Charest – Mars et Avril OST (2012) – Dream Pétrole
Max Richter – The Last Days on Mars OST (2013) – Dalby & Malko
John Murphy & Underworld – Sunshine OST (2007) – Freezing Outside: Harvey
Marc Streitenfeld – Prometheus OST (2012) - Collision
Elliot Goldenthal – Alien 3 OST (1992) – Bait & Chase
Jerry Goldsmith – Total Recall OST (1990) – The Hologram - Performed by the National Philharmonic Orchestra
Alejandro Jodorowsky, Ron Frangipane, & Don Cherry – The Holy Mountain OST (1971) – Rainbow Room
Alejandro Jodorowsky – El Topo OST (1969) – La Primera Flor Despues del Diluvio (The First Flower After the Flood)

Background Music:
Intro Music:
Giorgio Moroder – Midnight Express Soundtrack (1978) – Chase
After 1st, 2nd, & 3rd sets:
 Edward Artemiev – Solaris OST (1972) – Ocean
Before last set:
 Toto –  Dune OST (1984) – Dune (Desert Theme)

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Playlist for April 28, 2014

April 29, 2014

This particular episode seemed to be one of the more enjoyable ones for me in recent memory, It also ran longer than usual – for almost 90 minutes! Similarly to last week’s episode, we touch a bit more on both the official and alternate soundtracks for A Field in England; the latter was a Record Store Day exclusive release on vinyl last week with music by English psychedelic rock group, Teeth of the Sea.

For the next few sets, we listen to music from or inspired by the movies The Wicker Man and The Devils, and eventually end it off with reinterpretations of Philip Glass’ excellent score to Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters.

Teeth of the Sea – A Field in England: Re-imagined (2014) – Open Up and Let the Devil In
Jim Williams – A Field in England OST (2013) – Flux of Time
Paul Giovanni – The Wicker Man OST (1973) – Willow’s Song - Features vocals from Britt Ekland
Sneaker Pimps – Becoming X (1996) – How Do (Willow’s Song) - Originally written by Paul Giovanni for  The Wicker Man (1973)
Peter Maxwell Davies – Suite from The Boyfriend / Suite from The Devils / Etc. (2014) - Suite from “The Devils”: IV: Execution and End Music - Performed by Aquarius & Nicholas Cleobury & originally composed by P. Maxwell Davies for The Devils (1971)
Wojeciech Kilar – Bram Stoker’s Dracula Soundtrack (1992) – Dracula – The Beginning
Stewart Copeland – Rumble Fish OST (1983) – West Tulsa Story
Bruno Coulais – Microcosmos OST (1996) – The Sacred Beetle
Philip Glass – Anima Mundi OST (1992) – Perpetual Motion
Angèle Dubeau & La Pietà – Philip Glass – Portrait (2007) – String Quartet No. 3 “Mishima”: 1962 – Body Building - Originally composed by Philip Glass for soundtrack to Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters  (1985)
Modern Mandolin Quartet – Americana (2012) – Movement 4 – 1937: String Quartet No. 3: Mishima / Closing - Originally composed by Philip Glass for soundtrack to Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters  (1985)

Background Music:
Intro Music:
Giorgio Moroder – Midnight Express Soundtrack (1978) – Chase
After 1st & 2nd sets:
 Jerry Goldsmith – Poltergeist OST (1982) – The Calling / The Neighborhood (Main Title)
After 3rd set: Osvaldo Golijov – Youth Without Youth OST (2007) – Love Lost: Laura
Rest of show:
 Philip Glass –  Koyannisqatsi OST (1982) – Vessels

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