Tuesday, June 21, 2011

I Shot Andy Warhol: Music From And Inspired By The Motion Picture

Aside from new tunes by Pavement (the Lou Reed hommage Sensitive Euro Man) and Yo La Tengo, this soundtrack looks back on the '60s with period covers by Wilco, R.E.M., Ben Lee, Bettie Serveert, Jewel, and Luna. The latter's velvety take on Donovan's "Season of the Witch" is the highlight

1. Season of the Witch - Luna
2. Do You Believe in Magic? - Lovin' Spoonful
3. Love Is All Around - REM
4. Burned - Wilco
5. Itchycoo Park - Ben Lee
6. Sunshine Superman - Jewel
7. Mais Que Nada - Sergio Mendes
8. Gimi a Little Break - Love
9. Sensitive Euro Man - Pavement
10. Kick Out the Jams - MC5
11. I'll Keep It With Mine - Bettie Serveert
12. Demons - Yo La Tengo
13. I Shot Andy Warhol Suite - John Cale

Sunday, June 19, 2011

A River Somewhere II...music from the TV series...Liam Bradley


I have had a request for the music from series 2 of the ABC-TV documentary. Well, here it is. Original music by Liam Bradley...20 tracks..42.06 minutes...enjoy!

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Looking Through A Glass Onion....John Waters


Australian actor John Waters' interpretation of the life of John Lennon was a huge hit at the box office when originally staged in the early '90s. The show was a narrative combined with the music of Lennon from both The Beatles and his solo recordings. Waters and his band do the music justice and capture the essence of Lennon's songs. John Waters said at the time that he wasn't trying to sound like Lennon, yet his narrative has the Liverpool accent down to a tee, and if you close your eyes you will almost swear it's John Lennon talking. Waters has recently revived the show to rave reviews once more.


Traveller...music from the motion picture: various artists - 1997


This is a great album mostly full of various singers covering others songs. Many of the artists featured are not so well known but are brimming with talent. Jimmie Dale Gilmore's two Lefty Frizzell covers are simply addictive! Other notable artists include Lila McCann, Thrasher Shiver and Royal Wade Kimes. If you like honky tonk or old-style country music, then this is a real treasure.

1. King of the Road - Randy Travis
2. Dream Lover - Mandy Barnett
3. If You've Got the Money (I've Got the Time) - Jimmie Dale Gilmore
4. Seven Lonely Days - k d Lang
5. Rockin' Robin - Bryan White
6. Please Help Me, I'm Falling - Lila McCann
7. Blues Stay Away from Me - Thrashern Shiver
8. Sweet Nothin's - Tina & The B-Side Movement
9. I Love You a Thousand Ways - Jimmi Dale Gilmore
10. Searching (For Someone Like You) - Mandy Barnett
11. Gonna Find Me a Bluebird - Royal Wade Kimes
12. I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes - The Cox Family
13. Love and Happiness - Al Green
14. Te-Ni-Nee-Ni-Nu - Lou Ann Barton
15. Sweeter Than the Flowers - The Cox Family
16. Don't Rob Another Man's Castle - Royal Wade Kimes
17. Dark Moon - Mandy Barnett
18. Young Love - Kevin Sharp


Friday, June 10, 2011

We Were Soldiers...various artists

Editorial Reviews
Amazon.com.......The "music from and inspired by" the Mel Gibson Vietnam film is a full slate of new recordings by a wide range of mainstream stars, along with bagpipe and glee-club pieces that convey the movie's sobriety. Quiet, detailed vignettes by Mary Chapin Carpenter (Patty Griffin's "My Dear Old Friend") and India Arie ("Good Man") express the human losses inherent in the conflict, while the pop-country duo Montgomery Gentry offer "Didn't I," the plaint of the returning vet. Much of the rest is inspirational pop of various stripes. Johnny Cash and Dave Matthews team for the ethereal "For You," while Five for Fighting's "The Beautiful" recalls Matthews's most radio-ready tracks. Atmospheric moments from Christian-poppers and up-and-coming Nashville stars complete the package, which is sure to appeal both to fans of the film and those who'll apply the patriotic sentiments to present-day realities. --Bob Roget

1. For You Johnny Cash;Dave Matthews
2. Some Mother's Son Carolyn Dawn Johnson
3. Fall Out Train
4. Soldier Steven Curtis Chapman
5. Good Man India.Arie
6. The Beautiful Five For Fighting
7. My Dear Old Friend Mary Chapin Carpenter
8. I Believe Tammy Cochran
9. The Widowing Field Jars Of Clay
10. Not So Distant Day Jamie O'Neal;Michael McDonald
11. Didn't I Montgomery Gentry
12. The Glory Of Life Rascal Flatts
13. Sgt. MacKenzie Joseph Kilna MacKenzie
14. The Mansions of the Lord United States Military Academy Glee Club


Friday, June 3, 2011

Reckless Kelly....various artists


This soundtrack to Yahoo Serious' follow up movie to Young Einstein features another killer selection of tracks by Australian artists. Covers of "Born To Be Wild" by INXS, "I Fought the Law" and "Happiness Is A Warm Gun" by The Dukes and "Wild Thing" by The Divynls plus originals by James Reyne, Mental As Anything, Yothu Yindi and Steve Kilbey to mention a few.