Monday, March 6, 2023

Mal Goes to the Movies III

Mal Thursday drags his DJ rig up to the projection booth for another collection of swingin' soundtrack nuggets from the '60s, '70s, and beyond, including such cinematic classics as Blue Velvet, Pulp Fiction, The T.A.M.I. Show, Get Yourself a College Girl, and many more. Presented in Living Monophonic and Ultrasonic Stereophonic Sound. Original transmitted 3 December 2015.

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Roy Orbison: In Dreams [Blue Velvet 1986]
Baby Ray & The Ferns: The World's Greatest Sinner
Betty Dickson: Shanty Tramp
The Standells: Zebra in the Kitchen/Bony Maronie
The Animals: Blue Blue Feeling
Dave Clark Five: Thinking of You Baby [Get Yourself a College Girl 1965]
Jan & Dean: (Here They Come) From Around the World (Theme from The T.A.M.I. Show)
Duane Eddy: Because They're Young
The Beau Brummels: Woman [Village of the Giants 1965]
The Birdwatchers: Can I Do It
Steve Alaimo: You Don't Love Me (I Don't Care) [Wild Rebels 1968]
Davie Allan & The Arrows: Blues Theme [The Wild Angels 1966] / The Glory Stompers / Stompers vs. Souls
The Yardbirds: Stroll On [Blow-Up 1966]
The Chocolate Watchband: Are You Gonna Be There (At the Love-In) [The Love-Ins 1967]  / Don't Need Your Lovin' [Riot on Sunset Strip 1967]
The Supremes: The Happening
The Bosstweeds: Run Pussycat (Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! 1966)
Stu Phillips: Hell's Angels on Wheels
Max Frost & The Troopers: Free Lovin' / Shape of Things to Come / 52 Percent [Wild in the Streets 1968]
Jordan Christopher: Angel, Angel, Down We Go
Harper's Bizarre: I Love You, Alice B. Toklas
The Monkees: Porpoise Song
Lawrence Brown & Mike Curb: Pursuit
Paul Jones: Free Me / I've Been a Bad, Bad Boy [Privilege 1967]
Peter Cook: Bedazzled
Randy Newman: Gone Dead Train
Mick Jagger: Memo from Turner [Performance 1970]
Nilsson: Everybody's Talkin'
John Barry: Midnight Cowboy
George Baker Selection: Little Green Bag [Reservoir Dogs 1992]
Dick Dale & The Del-Tones: Misirlou
Urge Overkill: Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon
The Centurions: Bullwinkle Part II [Pulp Fiction 1994]
Bobby Womack: Across 110th Street

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