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  • The Darjeeling Limited Soundtrack The Darjeeling Limited Soundtrack Quick View

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    The Darjeeling Limited Soundtrack

    180 gram vinyl release of the eclectic soundtrack from this 2007 cult favorite from WES ANDERSON. Set in India, the film incorporates the music of acclaimed director Satyajit Ray's own films, scoring from early Indian Merchant-Ivory films, and hit songs as well as deep album cuts by the Rolling Stones and the Kinks. GRAMMY award winning music supervision by Randall Poster, Wes Anderson's long-time collaborator.
    1. Where Do You Go To My Lovely (Peter Sarstedt)
    2. Title Music from Satyajit Ray's film Jalshagar (Ustad Vilayat Khan)
    3. This Time Tomorrow (The Kinks)
    4. Title Music from Satyajit Ray's film Teen Kanya (Satyajit Ray)
    5. Title Music from Merchant-Ivory's film The Householder (Jyotitindra Moitra)
    6. Ruku's Room from Satyajit Ray's film Joi Baba Felunath (Satyajit Ray)
    7. Charu's Theme from Satyajit Ray's film Charulata (Satyajit Ray)
    8. Title Music from Merchant-Ivory's film Bombay Talkie (Shankar/Jaikishan)
    9. Montage from Nityananda Datta's film Baksa Badal (Satyajit Ray)
    10. Prayer (Jodphur Sikh Temple Congregation)
    11. Farewell To Earnest from Merchant-Ivory's film The Householder (Jyotitindra Moitra)
    12. The Deserted Ballroom from Merchant-Ivory's film Shakespeare Wallah (Satyajit Ray)
    13. Suite Bergamasque 3 Clair de Lune (Alexis Weissenberg)
    14. Typewriter Tip, Tip, Tip from Merchant-Ivory's film Bombay Talkie Sung by Kishore Kumar & Asha Bhosle (Shankar/Jaikishan)
    15. Memorial traditional (Narlai Village Troubador)
    16. Strangers (The Kinks)
    17. Praise Him Traditional (Udaipur Convent School Nuns and Students)
    18. Symphony No 7 in A Op 92 Allegro con brio (Fritz Reiner, Chicago Symphony Orchestra)
    19. Play With Fire (The Rolling Stones)
    20. Arrival In Benaras from Merchant-Ivory's film The Guru (Ustad Vilayat Khan)
    21. Powerman (The Kinks)
    22. Les Champs Elysees (Joe Dassin)
    Various Artists
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  • Beck Song Reader (On Sale) Beck Song Reader (On Sale) On Sale Quick View

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    Beck Song Reader (On Sale)

    The now legendary Beck Song Reader--twenty Beck compositions previously released exclusively as stunningly illustrated sheet music in partnership with
    McSweeney's-will receive a long awaited traditional release, when Warby Parker/Capitol Records issues the Beck Song Reader compilation
    album, produced by Beck and Randall Poster, known for his music supervision work with directors Wes Anderson, Martin Scorsese, Sam Mendes and
    many others. Warby Parker will commemorate the release of Song Reader by reissuing limited-edition Carmichael frames created in collaboration with
    Beck, this time in Black Cherry-as well as a new edition of the Song Reader book, featuring two new prints from artist Marcel Dzama. The 20-track all-star collection features exclusively recorded versions of Song Reader charts by the likes of Jack White, Jeff Tweedy, David Johansen, Jason Isbell, Fun.,
    Eleanor Friedberger, and several more including Beck himself.


    The Warby Parker release of Beck Song Reader marks the first officially recorded incarnation of the project, which has already inspired interpretations
    from hundreds of musicians the world over. The record includes the studio-quality debut of songs previously only played live either by Beck himself or at
    one of the handful of Song Reader concerts staged over the last two years. The most recent of these was presented by the L.A. Philharmonic in
    partnership with McSweeney's and Warby Parker at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles on November 24, 2013. Described by The Los Angeles
    Times as an "expertly delivered and received night another big step in Beck's long, fascinating evolution," the show's highlights included Jarvis Cocker's
    interpretively danced "Why Did You Make Me Care? and Jack Black's borderline frightening "We All Wear Cloaks," the latter of which makes its recorded
    debut on the Beck Song Reader album.


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    1. Moses Sumney - Title of this Song
    2. Fun - Please Leave A Light On When You Go
    3. Tweedy - The Wolf is on the Hill
    4. Norah Jones - Just Noise
    5. Lord Huron - Last Night You Were A Dream
    6. Bob Forrest - Saint Dude
    7. Jack White - I'm Down
    8. Beck - Heaven's Ladder
    9. Juanes - Don't Act Like Your Heart Isn't Hard
    10. Laura Marling - Sorry
    11. Jarvis Cocker - Eyes That Say ''I Love You''
    12. David Johansen - Rough On Rats
    13. Jason Isbell - Now That Your Dollar Bills Have Sprouted Wings
    14. Marc Ribot - The Last Polka
    15. Eleanor Friedberger - Old Shanghai
    16. Sparks - Why Did You Make Me Care?
    17. Swamp Dogg - America, Here's My Boy
    18. Jack Black - We All Wear Cloaks
    19. Loudon Wainwright III - Do We? We Do
    20. Gabriel Kahane with Ymusic - Mutilation Rag
    Beck / Various Artists
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Rushmore Rushmore Quick View

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    Rushmore

    Rushmore is a 1999 soundtrack to the Wes Anderson film of the same name. The songs mostly blend raw,
    adolescent urges and insecurity with an awkward grace, composed primarily of popular music from the 1960s.
    Continuing with its soundtrack initiative, UMe will be reissuing this classic soundtrack back on vinyl for the first time in years.
    1. Hardest Geometry Problem In The World
    2. Making Time
    3. Concrete & Clay
    4. Nothing In This World Can Stop Me Worrin' Bout That Girl
    5. Sharp Little Guy
    6. The Lad With The Silver Button
    7. A Summer Song
    8. Edward Appleby
    9. Here Comes My Baby
    10. A Quick One, While He's Away
    11. Snowflake Music
    12. Piranhas Are A Very Tricky Species
    13. Blinuet
    14. Friends Like You, Who Needs Friends
    15. Rue St. Vincent
    16. Kite Flying Society
    17. The Wind
    18. Oh Yoko
    19. Ooh La La
    20. Margaret Yang's Theme
    Various Artists
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  • Garden State Soundtrack Garden State Soundtrack Quick View

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    Garden State Soundtrack

    The soundtrack to Zach Braff's Garden State is nearly as much of a piece with the film as the similarly sweet, quirky combinations of sound and vision in Wes Anderson's films and soundtracks. Garden State, however, is more modern in its outlook and more emotionally direct, with a mixtape earnestness belied by using not one but two songs from the Shins' Oh, Inverted World. New Slang is an obvious choice, as the song just seems to grow in stature as time passes, but Caring Is Creepy, Oh, Inverted World's vulnerable, ever-so-slightly unhinged opening track, is not, and adds to the personal, diary-like feel of the album. The bright poignancy of the Shins' tracks stands out even more among the low-key melancholy of songs like Coldplay's Don't Panic, Remy Zero's Fair, and Colin Hay's I Just Don't Think I'll Ever Get Over You. The inclusion of Hay's track, Bonnie Somerville's Winding Road, and the Cary Brothers' Blue Eyes shows that Garden State doesn't go for the hipster, too-cool-for-school poses that one might expect from the soundtrack of a hot indie movie, even with the inclusion of Iron & Wine's cover of the Postal Service's Such Great Heights. Still, there's something of a collegiate feel to the soundtrack, especially with the re-rediscovery of Nick Drake (One of These Things First) and Simon & Garfunkel (The Only Living Boy in New York) as well as the tentative forays into electronica and trip-hop like Zero 7's In the Waiting Line, Frou Frou's Let Go, and Thievery Corporation's Lebanese Blonde. Perhaps this collegiate feel comes from the fact that those years are often the time when many people are the most ready and willing to explore music that is new to them (but not necessarily new), but, as the success of Garden State's soundtrack shows, any time can be the right time.


    - Heather Phares (All Music Guide)

    LP 1
    1. Don't Panic (Album Version) - Coldplay
    2. Caring Is Creepy (Album Version) - The Shins

    3. In the Waiting Line - Zero 7
    4. New Slang (Album Version) - The Shins
    5. I Just Don't Think I'll Ever Get Over You (Album Version) - Colin Hay

    6. Blue Eyes (Album Version) - Cary Brothers
    7. Fair (Album Version) - Remy Zero


    LP 2
    1. One Of These Things First (Album Version) - Nick Drake
    2. Lebanese Blonde (Album Version) - Thievery Corporation
    3. The Only Living Boy in New York - Simon & Garfunkel
    4. Such Great Heights (Album Version) - Iron And Wine
    5. Let Go (Album Version) - Frou Frou
    6. Winding Road (Album Version) - Bonnie Somerville

    Various Artists
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  • Take The Kids Off Broadway Take The Kids Off Broadway Quick View

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    Take The Kids Off Broadway

    Foxygen is the young bi-coastal songwriting duo of vocalist Sam France of Washington state and guitarist/keyboardist Jonathan Rado of New York. They are the raw, de-Wes Andersonization of The Rolling Stones, Kinks, Velvets, Bowie, etc. that a whole mess of young people desperately need. At the same time, they pull a very Anderson-type move wherein they paint an impressionistic and hyper-real (and instantly recognizable) portrait of specific places and times, and blurring the lines between time and place.


    Yet, it never comes across as anything but absolutely modern music. They bring the freewheeling qualities of someone like Ariel Pink to those aforementioned influences to make for one of the most refreshing listens of the year. They are the real deal and total savants. Jagjaguwar is proud to introduce you to Foxygen and their bedroom masterpiece Take the Kids Off Broadway mixed by Richard Swift. The album is an intriguing, bedroom-recorded prelude to their Swift-produced full-length planned for late 2012.

    1. Abandon My Toys
    2. Make It Known
    3. Take The Kids Off Broadway
    4. Waitin' 4 U
    5. Teenage Alien Blues
    6. Why Did I Get Married?
    7. Middle School Dance (Song For Richard Swift)
    Foxygen
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  • Self Portrait Self Portrait Quick View

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    Self Portrait

    One of the most controversial albums in Bob Dylan's remarkable catalog, the 1970 double-LP Self Portrait continues to exercise considerable fascination amongst Dylan devotees. Released on the heels of the artist's game changing Nashville Skyline, Self Portrait offered a quirky assortment of studio and live tracks, encompassing Dylan originals as well as covers of familiar pop and folk numbers, recorded with an all-star musical cast.


    At the time of its original release, the sprawling, unconventional Self Portrait generated an immense amount of discussion and disagreement amonst Dylan admirers. The ongoing controversy surrounding the album has been fueled over the years by Dylan himself. At various times, Dylan has defended Self Portrait as a heartfelt artistic statement, dismissed it as a joke and described it as a concerted effort to escape the pressures of his unwanted status as the voice of a generation. Whatever the artist's actual intentions, Self Portrait retains a unique niche in the hearts of Dylan fans, and is often cited as an early landmark in the birth of alternative country.


    Self Portrait's highlights include the Dylan originals Wigwam, later featured in the Wes Anderson film The Royal Tenenbaums; Living the Blues, subsequently covered by artists ranging from Leon Redbone to Antony Hegarty; and The Mighty Quinn, which Manfred Mann had turned into a British Invasion hit in 1968. The latter song is one of a quartet of live tracks drawn from Dylan's legendary performances with The Band at the historic Isle of Wight festival, along with memorable versions of the Dylan standards Like a Rolling Stone, Minstrel Boy and She Belongs to Me. Also featured are Dylan's readings of a variety of outside material, ranging from his iconic interpretation of the rural folk song Copper Kettle to his distinctive takes on such familiar tunes as Paul Simon's The Boxer, Gordon Lightfoot's Early Mornin' Rain and the vintage Every Brothers hits Let It Be Me and Take a Message to Mary.


    Sundazed has restored this one-of-a-kind release to its original double-LP format. Mastered from the original analog master tapes, the album is pressed on high-quality, high-definition vinyl, with meticulously reproduced original gatefold cover art.

    1. All the Tired Horses
    2. Alberta #1
    3. I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know
    4. Days of '49
    5. Early Mornin' Rain
    6. In Search of Little Sadie
    7. Let It Be Me
    8. Little Sadie
    9. Woogie Boogie
    10. Belle Isle
    11. Living the Blues
    12. Like a Rolling Stone (Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1969)
    13. Copper Kettle (The Pale Moonlight)
    14. Gotta Travel On
    15. Blue Moon
    16. The Boxer
    17. The Mighty Quinn (Quinn the Eskimo) (Live at the Isle of Wight Festival)
    18. Take Me as I Am (Or Let Me Go)
    19. Take a Message to Mary
    20. It Hurts Me Too
    21. Minstrel Boy (Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1969)
    22. She Belongs to Me (Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1969)
    23. Wigwam
    24. Alberta #2
    Bob Dylan
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