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glorious birds: an alternate soundtrack to harold and maude

Artist Song Buy
Isidore  Musidora  buy on itunes
The La's  Timeless Memory  buy on itunes
The Stratford 4  She Married the Birds  buy on itunes
Rhett Miller  World Inside the World  buy on itunes
Nick Drake  Place to Be  buy on itunes
The Clientele  We Could Walk Together  buy on itunes
The Beatles  She Said She Said  buy on itunes
Mazzy Star  Be My Angel  buy on itunes
Pernice Brothers  She Heightened Everything  buy on itunes
The Turtles  You Showed Me  buy on itunes
Harry Nilsson  I Will Take You There  buy on itunes
Guided By Voices  Cheyenne  buy on itunes
Shannon Wright  You're the Cup  buy on itunes
Trembling Blue Stars  Birthday Girl  buy on itunes
Aimee Mann & Michael Penn  Two of Us  buy on itunes
M. Ward  Involuntary  buy on itunes
Ed Harcourt  Apple of My Eye  buy on itunes
My Morning Jacket  Just One Thing  buy on itunes
Damien Rice  The Blower's Daughter  buy on itunes
Richard Thompson  The Ghost of You Walks  buy on itunes
Kristin Hersh  Trouble  buy on itunes
The White Stripes  The Same Boy You've Always Known  buy on itunes
Echo & the Bunnymen  History Chimes  buy on itunes


The title is derived from a Maude quote in the film. Someone has probably already done this before, but my inspiration came within the last few weeks...the subtitle is "Because Cat Stevens is an Arab-loving, America-hating, no-good Muslim terrorist." (And boy am I glad we kept his treacherous ass from getting into the country -- who knows what kind of havoc he could have caused with a guitar. Shudder.) Incidentally, the Kristin Hersh track is a Stevens cover.


g.a.b. l@bs
Date: 10/11/2004
Well...while it did seem silly to keep Yusuf Islam (the artists formerly known as Cat Stevens) out of the country, it is true that the little muh-fuh does contribute money to organizations sympathetic to terrorism.

So...through a sequence of logical thought: he uses that gee-tah to earn money...then he tranfers a portion of that money to terrorist sympathizers...so go figure.
Date: 10/11/2004
I think my sarcasm got the better of me -- I'm aware of his ties to terrorism, HOWEVER one feels compelled to ask that if he was seen as such a threat, why was he allowed on an incoming flight to the U.S. in the first place?
Instru Mental
Date: 10/11/2004
The music speaks for itself, as our intentions mean nothing in the final analysis. And this is a good mix. Nuff said.
Nest of Vipers
Date: 10/11/2004
Very nice! (I covered this subject twice!)
French Connection
Date: 10/12/2004
Nice mix Heather but I gotta say old Yusef is a man of peace & me thinks the U.S. authorities were wrong. The man still hasn't received any good explanation toward the reason for his exclusion.
Rob Conroy
Date: 10/12/2004
Not only is this a great idea, but this is a great mix. :-)
Date: 10/12/2004
Excellent mix. And it's a bit ridiculous to keep him out of the US.
Date: 10/12/2004
I can hear most of this in my mind, sounds good heatherspace! Another quality mix from one of the best.
Date: 10/13/2004
oh dear, not is only is harold and maude one of the greatest movies ever made but this mix kicks some hardcore ass.
Date: 10/14/2004
This is one of my favorite movies. Cat says he was misquoted about the whole Rushdie thing and in the interview I remember reading it sounded believable. This is the first I have heard about terrorist connections, though.
James Jackson
Date: 10/17/2004
I think Starkat put it better than I ever could. Very fine.
Date: 10/22/2004
Apologies for the lateness here, Heather, and yeah, the whole no-covers thing is starting to annoy me ever so slightly (!) as well....The Cat Stevens thing is really ridiculous, but I won't go on about it - but a really well-executed mix deriving from that. I absolutely love the M. Ward -> end stretch (I always find the Bunnymen go well at the end of mixes!) Nice La's pick too - and the Kristin Hersh inclusion is great, of course. Overall, yet another commendable mix!

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