Monday Playlist: A Mixtape on Film Scores

I agree. Mondays can really be burdensome with all the emails you’ll have to check or the new instructions you’ll receive. But hey, you can lighten the load. If you’re looking for a good work/study playlist, here’s something you can listen to:



FluidRadio from Soundcloud made this genius playlist. Here’s the short description from their page:
Maya Deren, Werner Herzog, Godard for Sarajevo, Nick Cave & Warren Ellis, Bob, the Horror, Jane Campion & Hilmar, beautiful Grandrieux, Institute Benjamenta, Deleuze et les idées, Miss Misery, Robert De Niro in Taxi Driver, Solaris, William Blake, the Pink Room... All these musicians, filmmakers, actors, writers that made us want to make and score films. 
Our own creativity aside, without this delicious jumble of people we simply wouldn't be who we are, or have the desire to keep on with the daily slog. 
Here is our little prayer of thanks to cinema. - Jayne & Frédéric, September 2013. 
Tracklist:
  1. Nick Cave & Warren Ellis - The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007) by Andrew Dominik
  2. Gilles Deleuze on cinema
  3. Bernard Hermann - Taxi Driver (1976) by Martin Scorcese
  4. Tom Waits & Crystal Gayle - One From The Heart (1982) by Francis Ford Coppola
  5. Antoine Duhamel - Méditerranée (1963) by Jean-Daniel Pollet
  6. Jonny Greenwood - Bodysong (2003) by Simon Pummell
  7. Maya Deren on the creative process
  8. John Zorn - In the Mirror of Maya Deren (2002) by Martina Kudlacek
  9. Mihály Vig - Werckmeister Harmonies (2000) by Béla Tarr
  10. Carmine Coppola - Apocalypse Now (1979) by Francis Ford Coppola
  11. Mogwai - Zidane: A 21st Century Portrait (2004) by Douglas Gordon & Philippe Parreno
  12. Tindersticks - Trouble Every Day (2000) by Claire Denis
  13. Angelo Badalamenti - Twin Peaks (1990) by David Lynch
  14. Arvo Pärt - Je Vous Salue Sarajevo (1995) by Jean-Luc Godard
  15. Elysian Fields - Sombre (1998) by Philippe Grandrieux
  16. Hilmar Hom Hilmarsson - In the Cut (2003) by Jane Campion
  17. John Cale - Le Vent de la Nuit (1998) by Philippe Garrel
  18. Neil Young - Dead Man (1995) by Jim Jarmusch
  19. Ben Frost and Daniel Bjarnason - Solaris (1972-2012) by Andreï Tarkovski
  20. Lech Jankowski - Institute Benjamenta (1995) by The Brothers Quay
  21. Popol Vuh - Aguirre, der Zorn Gottes (1972) by Werner Herzog
  22. Werner Herzog on the jungle
  23. Sonic Youth - Pola X (1999) by Leos Carax
  24. Danny Elfman & Elliot Smith - Good Will Hunting (1997) by Gus Van Sant
Crédits: Still frame from Werckmeister Harmonies by Béla Tarr, 2000 
www.fredericdoberland.com | www.jayneamaraross.com | www.gizehrecords.com
Enjoy the rest of the day and well, the week ahead! J

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felix felicis: Monday Playlist: A Mixtape on Film Scores

Monday, September 30, 2013

Monday Playlist: A Mixtape on Film Scores

I agree. Mondays can really be burdensome with all the emails you’ll have to check or the new instructions you’ll receive. But hey, you can lighten the load. If you’re looking for a good work/study playlist, here’s something you can listen to:



FluidRadio from Soundcloud made this genius playlist. Here’s the short description from their page:
Maya Deren, Werner Herzog, Godard for Sarajevo, Nick Cave & Warren Ellis, Bob, the Horror, Jane Campion & Hilmar, beautiful Grandrieux, Institute Benjamenta, Deleuze et les idées, Miss Misery, Robert De Niro in Taxi Driver, Solaris, William Blake, the Pink Room... All these musicians, filmmakers, actors, writers that made us want to make and score films. 
Our own creativity aside, without this delicious jumble of people we simply wouldn't be who we are, or have the desire to keep on with the daily slog. 
Here is our little prayer of thanks to cinema. - Jayne & Frédéric, September 2013. 
Tracklist:
  1. Nick Cave & Warren Ellis - The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007) by Andrew Dominik
  2. Gilles Deleuze on cinema
  3. Bernard Hermann - Taxi Driver (1976) by Martin Scorcese
  4. Tom Waits & Crystal Gayle - One From The Heart (1982) by Francis Ford Coppola
  5. Antoine Duhamel - Méditerranée (1963) by Jean-Daniel Pollet
  6. Jonny Greenwood - Bodysong (2003) by Simon Pummell
  7. Maya Deren on the creative process
  8. John Zorn - In the Mirror of Maya Deren (2002) by Martina Kudlacek
  9. Mihály Vig - Werckmeister Harmonies (2000) by Béla Tarr
  10. Carmine Coppola - Apocalypse Now (1979) by Francis Ford Coppola
  11. Mogwai - Zidane: A 21st Century Portrait (2004) by Douglas Gordon & Philippe Parreno
  12. Tindersticks - Trouble Every Day (2000) by Claire Denis
  13. Angelo Badalamenti - Twin Peaks (1990) by David Lynch
  14. Arvo Pärt - Je Vous Salue Sarajevo (1995) by Jean-Luc Godard
  15. Elysian Fields - Sombre (1998) by Philippe Grandrieux
  16. Hilmar Hom Hilmarsson - In the Cut (2003) by Jane Campion
  17. John Cale - Le Vent de la Nuit (1998) by Philippe Garrel
  18. Neil Young - Dead Man (1995) by Jim Jarmusch
  19. Ben Frost and Daniel Bjarnason - Solaris (1972-2012) by Andreï Tarkovski
  20. Lech Jankowski - Institute Benjamenta (1995) by The Brothers Quay
  21. Popol Vuh - Aguirre, der Zorn Gottes (1972) by Werner Herzog
  22. Werner Herzog on the jungle
  23. Sonic Youth - Pola X (1999) by Leos Carax
  24. Danny Elfman & Elliot Smith - Good Will Hunting (1997) by Gus Van Sant
Crédits: Still frame from Werckmeister Harmonies by Béla Tarr, 2000 
www.fredericdoberland.com | www.jayneamaraross.com | www.gizehrecords.com
Enjoy the rest of the day and well, the week ahead! J

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