Friday, 27 May 2011

29th May 2011

An absolute return to form for the Bond soundtracks this week. You Know My Name by Mr Cornell. Mmmmm, Rock!

If You Could See Her, Joel Grey

Doctor Zhivago
Lara’s Theme, Maurice Jarre

Sólo Quiero Caminar
La Pistola Y El Corazon, Los Lobos

A Prophet
Take Me Home With You Baby, Jessie Mae Hemphill

From Dusk Till Dawn
Mexican Blackbird, ZZ Top

Egg on Hamegg, John Ottoman

The Legend of 1900
Danny’s Blues, Ennio Morricone

Look Who’s Talking
And She Was, Talking Heads

Schindlers List
Main Theme, John Williams

Memories, Clint Mansell

Risky Business
Love on a Real Train, Tangerine Dream

Once Upon a December, Liz Callaway

Casino Royale
You Know My Name, Chris Cornell

Sunday, 22 May 2011

22nd May 2011

Track of the week = The Cure for Mint Car. Happy Days.

The Firefly
The Donkey Serenade, Alan Jones

The Quiet Man
The Donnybrook, Victor Young

Pontiac Moon
Kansas City, Wilbert Harrison

The Thief of Baghdad
The Market at Basra, Miklos Rosza

The Lion King
Circle of Life, Carmen Twille

A Lot Like Love
Mint Car, The Cure

Workin in a Coal Mine, Lee Dorsey

The Cotton Club
The Cotton Club, John Barry

Inglorious Basterds
Un Amico, Ennio Morricone

The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou
La Nina de Puerta Oscura, Paco de Lucia

West Side Story
A Boy Like That & I Have A Love, Betty Wand and Marni Nixon

The Godfather
Speak Softly Love, Nino Rota

Ebudae, Enya

Harry Potter and The Philiosophers Stone
Hedwig’s Theme, John Williams

Sunday, 15 May 2011

15th May 2011

It's all about Nappy Brown for the track of this week from the film Cry Baby.

Dancer in the Dark
In the Musicals, Bjork

Hawa Mein Udta Jaye, Lata Mangeshkar

Il Mattino Ha L'oro in Bocca
Look Out There’s a Monster Coming, Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band

Happily N’Ever After
Monster Mash, Bobby Pickett and the Crypt Kicker Five

The Return of the Pink Panther
The Pink Panther Theme, Henry Mancini

The Man With the Golden Arm
The Man With the Golden Arm, Elmer Bernstein

Frantic, Ennio Morricone

O Brother Where Art Thou
Soggy Bottom Boys Feat Tim Blake Nelson, In the Jailhouse Now

Cry Baby
My Heart Goes Piddily Patter, Nappy Brown

Lawrence of Arabia
Overture, Maurice Jarre

Streets of Fire
Tonight is What It Means to Be Young, Fire Inc

Sunday, 8 May 2011

8th May 2011

Today we're chock to the block with heavyweight composers and signature films. The track of the week is Ry Cooder covering the legend that is Blind Willie Johnson from Paris, Texas.

It’s Hairspray, James Marsden

The Third Man
The Third Man Theme, Anton Karas

Making Time, The Creation

From Dusk Till Dawn
Dark Night, The Blasters

Birdman of Alcatraz
Finale, Elmer Bernstein

Taxi Driver
Main Title, Bernard Herrman

Slumdog Millionaire
Jai Ho, AR Rahman

For A Few Dollars More
The Vice of Killing, Ennio Morricone

Paris, Texas
Dark Was The Night, Ry Cooder

Never Been Kissed
I Just Died In Your Arms Tonight, The Cutting Crew

Top Gun
Playing With The Boys, Kenny Loggins

Twin Peaks, Fire Walk With Me
Pink Room, Angelo Badalamenti

Easy Rider
Ballad of Easy Rider, Roger McGuinn

Now We Are Free, Lisa Gerrard and Hans Zimmer

Thursday, 5 May 2011

1st May 2011

After the Royal Wedding show was repeated due to popular demand, we're officially back to normal service, and so my track of the week goes to...the Suite from La Dolce Vita

Little Nellie Kelly
A Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow, Judy Garland

La Dolce Vita
Suite, Nino Rota

Confessions of a Dangeours Mind
Sincerely, The Moonglows

Sh-Boom, The Crewcuts

Tron Legacy
The Game has Changed, Daft Punk

Modern Times
A Nonsense Song, Charlie Chaplin

The Bridge at Remagen
The Bridge at Remagen, Elmer Bernstein

Moses the Lawgiver
Moses Theme, Ennio Morricone

Curtis Mayfield, Give Me Your Love

Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls
Boll Weevil, Presidents of the USA

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
Pure Imagination, Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley

And All The Brothers Were Valiant
Main Title, Miklos Rosza