Options Morricone Island with Devon E. Levins: Playlist from February 3, 2015 Options

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Soundtrack music from the first silent forward. If it was written for the moving image, we'll play it. Library music included; popcorn optional.

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Options February 3, 2015: The Music of John Carpenter

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Images Approx. start time
John Carpenter  Benson Arizona   Options Dark Star  Citadel   
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John Carpenter  Assault on Precinct 13 (Main Title)   Options Assault on Precinct 13  Record Makers    
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John Carpenter  The Shape Lurks   Options Halloween  Varese Sarabande   
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John Carpenter  Rocks At Drake's Bay   Options The Fog  Varese Sarabande   
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John Carpenter/Alan Howarth  Main Title   Options Escape From New York  Milan   
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Music behind DJ:
Ennio Morricone 

Humanity (Movie Version)   Options

The Thing 

Varese Sarabande 

Bed Music 


0:12:51 (Pop‑up)
John Carpenter/Alan Howarth  Moochie's Death   Options Christine  Varese Sarabande   
0:19:24 (Pop‑up)
John Carpenter/Alan Howarth  Lauries' Theme   Options Halloween II  Varese Sarabande   
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John Carpenter/Alan Howarth  Chariots of Pumpkins   Options Halloween 3: Season of the Witch  Varese Sarabande   
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John Carpenter/Alan Howarth  Here Come The Storms   Options Big Trouble In Little China  Enigma   
0:28:25 (Pop‑up)
John Carpenter/Alan Howarth  End Title   Options Prince of Darkness  Varese Sarabande   
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Music behind DJ:
Mark Kilian 

End Credits   Options

The Ward 

Varese Sarabande 

Bed Music 


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John Carpenter/Alan Howarth  Back to the Street   Options They Live  Enigma   
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John Carpenter/Jim Lang  The Picture on the Wall   Options Body Bags  Varese Sarabande   
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John Carpenter/Jim Lang  Pickmen Hotel   Options In The Mouth of Madness  DRG   
0:40:18 (Pop‑up)
John Carpenter/Dave Davies  Children's Theme   Options Village of the Damned  Varese Sarabande   
0:41:49 (Pop‑up)
John Carpenter/Shirley Walker  Escape From Colisseum   Options Escape From L.A.  Milan   
0:43:20 (Pop‑up)
John Carpenter  Valek's Portrait   Options Vampires  Milan   
0:44:08 (Pop‑up)
John Carpenter  Earth-Air   Options Sentinel Returns  Player One   
0:45:17 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
John Carpenter/Anthrax 

Kick Ass   Options

Ghost of Mars 

Varese Sarabande 

Bed Music 


0:48:36 (Pop‑up)
John Carpenter  Vortex   Options John Carpenter's Lost Themes  Sacred Bones   
0:53:41 (Pop‑up)
John Carpenter  Night   Options John Carpenter's Lost Themes  Sacred Bones   
0:58:27 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 7:04pm Claw!:

I am SO excited for this show.
Hey, Everyone. :)
Thanks for doing this, Devon!
Avatar 7:04pm Pete from Boston (and NJ):

This "Assault on Precinct 13" is/was some DJ's bed music. Never knew what it was.
Avatar 7:09pm ironybread:

I've still never seen The Thing. I'm squeamish. Perhaps need to drop some E before I watch it. Or perhaps the use of Ecstasy in therapeutic practice is only for overcoming trauma AFTER the fact, and I have to wait and take the E afterwards? Oh who am I kidding, it's never going to happen.
  7:10pm JakeGould:

“I thought you were dead?”
  7:10pm mavrg:

Glad to see/hear this being done. Thanks for doing this! Much appreciated.
Avatar 7:12pm Claw!:

The Thing is *easily* one of my favorite movies EVER. The special effects are amazing - they have definitely withstood the test of time. Come on, ironybread - you're missing out!
  7:14pm JakeGould:

What Claw! said. “The Thing” is amazing. So creepy.
Avatar 7:15pm Claw!:

Yo, Jake! :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:19pm Mike East:

I don't think I've seen The Thing, but if you guys say it is awesome, then onto the queue it goes!
Avatar 7:20pm Pete from Boston (and NJ):

I saw The Thing when I was about 10. It didn't really do it for me at 10, but I felt I had to ride it out and watch the whole thing. Perhaps it's time to revisit.
Avatar 7:21pm Claw!:

Do it, Mike. For serial.
You can thank us later.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:21pm Ken From Hyde Park:

"The Blob" was pretty scary for me. How does "The Thing" compare with that?
  7:22pm Cooh John:

"Christine" is one of my favorites because it has cool cars and rock 'n roll.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:23pm Mike East:

will do, Claw!!
  7:24pm JakeGould:

Ken, if you thought “The Blob” was scary, then “The Thing” will send you to the emergency room.
Avatar 7:25pm Claw!:

Aw, Ken... I used to have recurring nightmares about the blob chasing me when I was a kid!
It's a different vibe, though. "The Thing" has the fear and suspense from the creature lurking about, but it's also coupled with this desperate sense of isolation. Crazy creature FX. Just watch it. You won't be sorry. I promise.
  7:27pm bloopy:

Halloween 3 is so good. Great show!
Avatar 7:28pm Claw!:

Man, all this talking about The Thing is getting me all excited. I think I'll be breaking out the ol' Thing DVD and watching it again. Never gets old.
Thanks for that, y'all. :)
  7:29pm JakeGould:

“Halloween 3” was not that good. In fact it sucked. But the premise of the kids masks. Creepy. Now put on your mask and watch this. www.youtube.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:30pm Devon E. Levins:

See all of these films, especially the Thing!
Avatar 7:33pm Pete from Boston (and NJ):

This is a really great show. It's making folding laundry seem so sinister.
  7:34pm MKT:

Thank you for playing "Benson Arizona!" Always thought it was the right feel for an astronaut's theme song. Tried getting a roomful of amateur astronomers to follow the bouncing ball and sing that one once, no dice.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:48pm Devon E. Levins:

Carpenter retrospective at BAM this month so you can see them all on the Big Screen!
Avatar 7:52pm Claw!:

The hour really does go by too damn quickly, especially tonight. :( It's friggin criminal that your time slot isn't longer, Devon.
  7:55pm ice in bklyn:

Also Dave Davies' birthday today!
  7:55pm JakeGould:

@Devon, one caveat about the Carpenter retrospecitive at BAM. They showed “Escape from New York” about 10 years ago and it was one of the worst scratched to hell prints of a film I ever saw. Maybe this time they got better prints, but just my 2 cents.
Avatar 7:57pm GetOutOfDarkness:

I like "Lost Themes" overall but I feel like its stuck in between eerie soundtrack music and dance music.
Avatar 8:00pm Claw!:

Thanks, Devon! Awesome.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:44am Devon E. Levins:

"You see, I take these glasses off, she looks like a regular person, doesn't she? Put 'em back on...formaldehyde-face!"
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