Options Morricone Island with Devon E. Levins: Playlist from August 21, 2018 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 August 21, 2018: RIP Aretha

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Aretha Franklin  I Get High   Options Sparkle  Atlantic  1976 
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Aretha Franklin  Jump   Options Sparkle  Atlantic   
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Aretha Franklin  Sparkle   Options Sparkle  Atlantic   
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Music behind DJ:
Jerry Goldsmith 

Room 222   Options

Room 222 

AGP 

 

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Aretha Franklin  How Deep Is the Ocean?   Options The Tender, The Moving, The Swinging  Columbia   
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Aretha Franklin  More   Options Yeah!!!  Columbia   
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Aretha Franklin  Where Are You?   Options Laughing on the Outside  Columbia   
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Aretha Franklin  Gentle On My Mind   Options Soul 69  Atlantic   
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Aretha Franklin  I Wish I Didn't Love You   Options Soft & Beautiful  Columbia   
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Music behind DJ:
Romare 

10 Rainbow (Bedroom)   Options

Projections 

Ninja Tune 

 

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Aretha Franklin  A Deeper Love   Options Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit  FNAC   
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Aretha Franklin  Jumpin' Jack Flash   Options Jumpin' Jack Flash  Arista Records   
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Music behind DJ:
Aretha Franklin 

Someday We'll All Be Free   Options

Malcom X 

Qwest 

 

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The Four Tops/Aretha Franklin  If Ever A Love There Was   Options I'm Gonna Git You Sucka  Arista   
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Aretha Franklin  It Hurts Like Hell   Options Waiting to Exhale  Arista   
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Aretha Franklin  Over The Rainbow   Options Aretha  Columbia   
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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:04pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Get the popcorn and a box of tissues!
  7:08pm andal:

Hi Devin! Great song choices.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:10pm dale:

room 222 - karen valentine!!
Avatar 7:15pm Linda Lee:

just picked up the Mondo Cane soundtrack on vinyl at a beautiful thrift shop! one whole dollar. lovely.
Avatar 7:16pm Linda Lee:

if that's italian it's Kah - ne. the word for dog, i believe.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:24pm dale:

never hear aretha doing torchy stuff - nice!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:27pm ultradamno:

AF doing Dinah Washington's Evil Gal Blues youtu.be...
Avatar 7:35pm jake6573:

Hello room
Avatar 7:37pm Linda Lee:

wowwwww .. beautiful work on 'deeper love'... incredible.
Avatar 7:39pm Linda Lee:

never heard her do JJF! interesting ..
Avatar 7:42pm Linda Lee:

as i say, the woman could sing the phone book & give it soul.
  7:43pm JakeGould:

Phew! Didn’t miss “The Blues Brothers” part of this if there is one. Here’s a great interview with John Landis about Aretha Franklin and the making of “The Blues Brothers.”: “Oh, we wrote it for her. She was the Queen of Soul, a legendary performer. We were beyond excited she was in the movie. It was our good fortune. What was interesting was, like most of my movies in the States, the movie got really terrible reviews. Except Pauline Kael, who routinely slammed all of my films. Her review of The Blues Brothers is essentially a dismissal of the movie, and then five or six pages on the genius of Aretha Franklin. Which, by the way, was fine with me.” deadline.com...
  8:01pm andal:

fantastic show. thank you.
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