Drew D.1

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Member Since: 5/4/2003
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Halloween Morning

Side A
Artist Song Buy
Ennico Morricone  A Silhouette of Doom [Kill Bill 2]  buy on itunes
The Eels   Cancer For the Cure  buy on itunes
Radiohead   Paperbag Writer  buy on itunes
The Raveonettes  Attack of the Ghost Riders  buy on itunes
Shivaree  Goodnight Moon  buy on itunes
Pavement   The Killing Moon  buy on itunes
Rolling Stones  Sympathy for the Devil  buy on itunes
Modest Mouse  The Devil's Workday  buy on itunes
Vince Guaraldi  Great Pumpkin Waltz  buy on itunes
The Postal Service  Natural Anthem  buy on itunes
Squirrel Nut Zippers  Wash Jones  buy on itunes
David Bowie  Magic Dance  buy on itunes
They Might Be Giants  Cyclops Rock  buy on itunes
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds  Red Right Hand  buy on itunes
Beck  Devil's Haircut  buy on itunes
Tom Waits  Clap Hands  buy on itunes
The White Stripes  Death Letter  buy on itunes
Di Naye Kapelye  Hangu and Freylachs from Podoloy  buy on itunes
Polaris  The Monster's Loose  buy on itunes
Side B
ArtistSongBuy
Rolling Stones  Gimme Shelter  buy on itunes
Danny Elfman  "Introduction," Sleepy Hollow  buy on itunes
Squirrel Nut Zippers  I Raise Hell  buy on itunes
George Winston  Great Pumpkin Waltz  buy on itunes
The Microphones  Headless Horseman  buy on itunes
Barenaked Ladies  Pinch Me  buy on itunes
Little Jack Melody & His Young Turks  Gone In October  buy on itunes
Vince Guaraldi Trio  Great Pumpkin Waltz  buy on itunes
Radiohead   The Gloaming  buy on itunes
Sunny Day Real Estate  Guiter and Video Games  buy on itunes
Modest Mouse  Blame It On the Tetons  buy on itunes
Joseph Arthur  Honey and the Moon  buy on itunes
Vince Guaraldi  Autumn Leaves  buy on itunes
The Beatles  Long, Long, Long  buy on itunes
Saint-Saens  Danse Macabre  buy on itunes
Muggorsky  Night on Bald Mountain  buy on itunes

Comment:

I built the first CD around the Eels song, borrowing heavily from a lot of other AotM Halloween mixes. That track 18 is really just a creepy klezmer song I got from a friend, whose cousin is the bassist(?). The second CD is far mellower. I like to think it evokes the emotions that come from the morning after Halloween is over. I'm especially proud of the juxtaposition of the SDRE and Modest Mouse songs. Check it out, it's wicked sublime.

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