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The original score to Miranda July’s Sundance winning directorial debut film by Michael Andrews and including songs from Spiritualized, Cody ChesnuTT, and Virginia Astley.  Available now for the first time on vinyl, 180-Gram Blue Marble Vinyl at Newbury Comics.

180-Gram Blue Marble VinylがNewbury Comicsよりリリースされたとこだとか。。


Earth Recordings and Antique Beat bring you the essential collection of works from Mikael Tariverdiev. ‘Film Music’ is a 51 track, 3 disc collection containing Tarivderdiev’s most popular works and many unheard treasures. Remastered and transferred from original master tapes at the Tariverdiev home, Film Music is sequenced by Mikael’s widow Vera Tariverdieva and Stephen Coates. Delivered in three segments ‘Goodbye Boys!’, ‘Snow Over Leningrad’ and ‘I am a Tree’. Film Music is due for release in November in a deluxe hard case outer and includes a 24 page book with extensive contributions from the people who knew him most, accompanied by unseen photographs and ephemera.  (via Earth Recordings)

The Irony of Fate (1976) – animated intro
「運命の皮肉、あるいはいい湯を」 エリダール・リャザーノフ

“Computer Chess” original motion picture soundtrack has been available digitally from Yoga Records. The album includes Collie Ryan‘s four songs, she also appears on the film. LP is currently sold out.

Computer Chess Official Trailer 1 (2013)
Directed by Andrew Bujalski (Funny Ha Ha, Mutual Appreciation..)


“Uwasa no Onna” Theme (1954)
The opening theme from 1954 film “Uwasa no onna・噂の女” (The Woman in the Rumor aka The Crucified Woman, directed by Kenji Mizoguchi・溝口健二, original music by Mayuzumi Toshiro・黛敏郎. Clavioline, musical saw, steel guitar…


A Hawk and A Hacksaw – You Have Already Gone To The Other World by Qu_Junktions
taken from the new A Hawk and A Hacksaw double album “You Have Already Gone To The
Other World: Music Inspired By Paradjanov’s Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors,” the album will be released from A Hawk And A Hacksaw’s L.M. Dupli-cation imprint on April 2nd (Europe) / April 3rd (US).

火の馬/セルゲイ・パラジャーノフ (1964)

Son Of Rogues Gallery – Asshole Rules The Navy,
from “Son of Rogue’s Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs & Chanteys” (A Hal Willner Production / Executive produced by Johnny Depp and Gore Verbinski), featuring Iggy Pop with A Hawk and a Hacksaw. Also it features Tom Waits, Keith Richards, Nick Cave, Patti Smith, Michael Stipe, Michael Gira (Swans), Broken Social Scene, and many more. Out on February 19th via Anti-.

In Spring 2011 we were invited to perform a live soundtrack to a film at a temporary cinema in Hackney, East London. The film was Kenneth Anger‘s 1960′s cult classic Scorpio Rising and perform a live soundtrack we did. On July 1st, after many long hours perfecting the art of playing along to the film without getting distracted by the leather and the mustard, we played 12 new arrangements of the massive pop hits that appear on Anger’s original soundtrack.  –Peggy Sue

Brighton/London post-folk trio Peggy Sue comprises of Rosa Rex, Katy Klaw, Olly Joyce. Their 2011 second full-length “Acrobats,” produced by John Parish (PJ Harvey, Sparklehorse, Giant Sand, Eels etc), is available via Wichita Recordings (UK) / Yep Roc (US). “Scorpio Rising” is available on their bandcamp and via Yep Roc, HERE.

All songs arranged and performed by Peggy Sue. 
All songs recorded and mixed by Jimmy Robertson at Darnley Road, London, July 2011-Feb 2012.

Bruce Langhorne’s film score to Peter Fonda’s 1971 cult classic “The Hired Hand / さすらいのカウボーイ” starring Fonda, Warren Oates, and Verna Bloom, is just now available on LP in a hand-numbered, limited edition pressing via Scissor Tail Editions.

Langhorne performed live with Dylan at Newport, produced records for Ramblin’ Jack Elliott and was the real-life inspiration for “Mr. Tamborine Man.” His crowning achievement however may be the soundtrack he composed for Peter Fonda’s directorial debut, The Hired Hand. Surprisingly, for such a seasoned veteran of the booming folk scene, this was Langhorne’s first solo record. Recorded in the garage of his Laurel Canyon home in 1969 using an Echoplex and a two-track Revox tape machine, the album features an assortment of period instruments from the old west—fiddle, dulcimer, recorder, banjo, upright piano, harmonica and Langhorne’s National steel string guitar. The spacey, hypnotizing score was a perfect match for Fonda’s atmospheric western and along with Vilmos Zigmond’s stunning cinematography and some top-notch performances from Warren Oates, Verna Bloom and poet Michael McClure, heavily contributed to the film’s underground success.  — Scissor Tail Editions

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