#262 - It Doesn't Matter Where You've Been, As Long As It Was Deep

Side A
Artist Song Buy
Richard Wagner  Siegfried's Funeral March (Beginning) (Theme From Excalibur) [instrumental]  buy on itunes
Trevor Jones  Alternate Theme From Excalibur [instrumental]  buy on itunes
Dio  King Of Rock And Roll   buy on itunes
Jimmy Page & Robert Plant  The Truth Explodes (Yallah)  buy on itunes
Living Colour  Sacred Ground   buy on itunes
Eurythmics  It's Alright (Baby's Coming Back)   buy on itunes
Cheap Trick  She's Got Motion   buy on itunes
Holy Barbarians [w / Ian Astbury]  Blind  buy on itunes
Aerosmith  Bitch's Brew   buy on itunes
Simon Fisher Turner  Cafe Of The Moors [instrumental]  buy on itunes
Devo  Mongoloid   buy on itunes
Hanoi Rocks  Street Poetry  buy on itunes
Sweet  Love Is Like Oxygen [single edit]  buy on itunes
The Flamingos  I Only Have Eyes For You   buy on itunes
Wayne Kramer  Adult World  buy on itunes
The Mamas & The Papas  String Man   buy on itunes
Heart  This Man Is Man   buy on itunes
Judas Priest  Locked In   buy on itunes
Mike Oldfield  Amarok [Excerpt]  buy on itunes
Foo Fighters  Floaty   buy on itunes
Jeff Beck [+ Olivia Safe]  Elegy For Dunkirk [instrumental]  buy on itunes
Side B
Hans Zimmer [+ Anthony Hopkins]  Dear Clarice  buy on itunes
Voivod  Experiment   buy on itunes
The Firm [w / Jimmy Page & Paul Rodgers]  Fortune Hunter  buy on itunes
Mott  Love Now  buy on itunes
Asia  Love Now Till Eternity   buy on itunes
AC/DC  Sink The Pink   buy on itunes
Rolling Stones  Till The Next Goodbye  buy on itunes
The White Stripes  The Air Near My Fingers   buy on itunes
Blue Oyster Cult  You're Not The One (I Was Looking For)  buy on itunes
The Cars  Just What I Needed   buy on itunes
Germs  The Slave  buy on itunes
Wendy Carlos  Biblical Daydreams [instrumental]  buy on itunes
Queen  Let Me Live   buy on itunes
Megadeth  The Hardest Part Of Saying Goodbye...Sealed With A Kiss  buy on itunes
Siouxsie & The Banshees  Dazzle  buy on itunes
Black Sabbath [w / Glenn Hughes]  Heart Like A Wheel  buy on itunes
Trevor Jones  Alternate End Titles From Excalibur [instrumental]  buy on itunes
Richard Wagner  Siegfried's Funeral March (Conclusion) (The Death Of Arthur) [instrumental]  buy on itunes


This mix was originally submitted to Zen Running Order on August 31, 2010. The original notes and/or comments are as follows...

Darth Pazuzu (08-31-2010):
Well, here's my THIRD all brand-spanking new offering in less than a week. I've kind of been on a roll lately, as you can plainly see... :)

"Siegfried's Funeral March" < "Theme" & "Alternate End Titles From Excalibur" - A few months back, I obtained a copy of the soundtrack for John Boorman's "Excalibur" (1981), with a mixture of an original score by Trevor Jones (his first, if I'm not mistaken) and appropriate classical cues from Richard Wagner and Carl Orff. Here are the main themes, which I used to bookend this mix. Or - in the case of Trevor Jones' cues - the INTENDED main themes. Boorman had Jones compose a main theme in the event that he might use it in the film, but he opted to use Wagner's "Siegfried's Funeral March" from "Gotterdammerung" instead...

"King Of Rock And Roll" - Another of my tributes to the late, lamented metal legend Ronnie James Dio. (R.I.P.) It's only highly appropriate that it's placed right after the opening "Excalibur"/King Arthur sequence, right...? :-)

"String Man" < "This Man Is Mine" < "Locked In" - The Mamas & The Papas < Heart < Judas Priest...A little joke sequence that formed rather quite spontaneously in my mind! I didn't know I was going to put these particular tracks in this particular order until just before I did. Well, at least I think it's rather amusing... ;)

"You're Not The One (I Was Looking For)" < "Just What I Needed" - An interesting little backstory here! When Blue Oyster Cult was recording their Mirrors album in 1979, drummer Albert Bouchard composed a little ditty called "You're Not The One (I Was Looking For)" - partially derived from the Cars' "Just What I Needed" - mainly as a silly little joke at producer Tom Werman's expense, because he didn't really think too highly of Werman. However, this little joke kind of got out of hand and it ended up on the album! I include both songs back to back here, so people can compare...

njr (08-31-2010):
You're spoiling us with all these new mixes, T.! Like the movie soundtrack starters for each set, er, I mean, disk!

Mr. Mirage (09-01-2010):
Oh. Yes. Most definitely up my alley.

RichardB (09-01-2010):
Very interesting indeed, and like that Mama and Papas run

doowad (09-04-2010):
I always like your classical flourishes and that timeless classic from the Flamingos is my favorite on this or any mix.


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