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Darjeeling Limited Soundtrack (2007)


Darjeeling Limited Soundtrack (2007)
Released September 25, 2007
Genre Film Score / Rock / Classical
Length 55:48
Label ABKCO
Producer Wes Anderson and Randall Poster

We do like Wes Anderson’s films! We’ve posted a lot of his OST and other stuff before – including the DVD for this filmHERE!

He’s a genius at placing music within his works.

And here once more is another quirky, disjointed, excellent soundtrack from a Wes Anderson film. A wonderfully eclectic album!

A lot of Indian music here …. unsurprisingly!

Most of the album features film score music composed by great Bengali filmmaker Satyajit Ray and other artists from the cinema of India. The works include “Charu’s Theme”, from Ray’s acclaimed 1964 film, Charulata.

The album also features three songs by The Kinks, “Powerman”, “Strangers” and “This Time Tomorrow”, all from the 1970 album Lola versus Powerman and the Moneygoround, Part One,

The album also features “Play With Fire” by The Rolling Stones. This is actually the first Wes Anderson soundtrack album to feature a song by The Rolling Stones – since, although Bottle Rocket, Rushmore, and The Royal Tenenbaums all featured Rolling Stones songs, contractual reasons prevented the songs from appearing on the soundtrack albums!

Warning! There is one vile Peter Sarstedt track here!

The film is the first of Anderson’s not to feature music by Devo’s Mark Mothersbaugh.

Tracklisting

1. “Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)” (Peter Sarstedt) – 4:38
2. “Title Music” (Vilayat Khan) – 2:25
* From Satyajit Ray’s Jalsaghar
3. “This Time Tomorrow” (The Kinks) – 3:25
4. “Title Music” (Satyajit Ray) – 1:25
* From Satyajit Ray’s Teen Kanya
5. “Title Music” (Jyotitindra Moitra) – 1:37
* From Merchant Ivory’s The Householder
* Performed by Jyotitindra Moitra and Ali Akbar Khan
6. “Ruku Room” (Satyajit Ray) – 0:49
* From Satayajit Ray’s Joi Baba Felunath
7. “Charu’s Theme” (Satyajit Ray) – 1:01
* From Ray’s 1964 film, Charulata
8. “Title Music” (Shankar Jaikishan) – 2:33
* From Merchant Ivory’s Bombay Talkie
9. “Montage” (Satyajit Ray) – 1:15
* From Nityananda Datta’s Baksa Badal
10. “Prayer” (Jodphur Sikh Temple Congregation) – 1:07
11. “Farewell to Earnest” (Jyotitindra Moitra) – 1:59
* From Merchant Ivory’s The Householder
12. “The Deserted Ballroom” (Satyajit Ray) – 0:46
* From Merchant Ivory’s Shakespeare Wallah
13. “Suite Bergamasque: 3. Clair de Lune” (Claude Debussy) – 4:57
* Performed by Alexis Weissenberg
14. “Typewriter Tip, Tip Tip” (Shankar Jaikishan) – 4:37
* From Merchant Ivory’s Bombay Talkie
15. “Memorial” (Narlai Village Troubador) – 1:26
16. “Strangers” (The Kinks) – 3:20
17. “Praise Him” (Udaipur Convent School Nuns) – 0:43
18. “Symphony No. 7 in A (Op. 92): Allegro Con Brio” (Ludwig van Beethoven) – 6:48
* Performed by Fritz Reiner and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra
19. “Play With Fire” (The Rolling Stones) – 2:15
20. “Arrival in Benaras” (Vilayat Khan) – 1:44
* From Merchant Ivory’s The Guru
21. “Powerman” (The Kinks) – 4:19
22. “Les Champs-Élysées” (Joe Dassin) – 2:39

Here she be:

Darjeeling_Limited



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September 16, 2008 Posted by | Mark Mothersbaugh, Music_ClassicalModern, Music_ClassicRock, Music_OST, OTHER_CINEMA, Rolling Stones, Satyajit Ray, The Kinks, Various Artists, Wes Anderson, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

The Royal Tenenbaums ( DVD Rip)

The Royal Tenenbaums DVDrip (DVD Rip / rapidsharelins / RS)

This is the Wes Anderson’s classic The Royal Tenenbaums from 2001.

I love this movie! I’ve seen it more times than I can count.

I can count to twelve. So maybe I’ve seen it thirteen times!

A magnificent script, great direction and flawless acting from all the actors.

I mean, even the normally insipid and awful Gwyneth Paltrow is excellent in this.

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I love the scene where Richie shaves off his beard and then slits his wrist to the sound of Elliott Smith’s great Needle In The Hay. That’s a moment of pure cinema. Perfect.

Ironic that the actor’s brother, and movie co-writer, Owen Wilson, would try to top himself a few years later.

Richie:I wrote a suicide note.
Chas: You did?
Richie: Yeah, right after I regained consciousness.
Chas: Well what does it say? Is it dark?

Richie:Of course it’s dark, it’s a suicide note.
Chas: Can I read it?
Richie: No.
Chas: Well could you at least summarize it for us?

The following has been said before. Well, said by me, in fact.

Not strictly “said” though. More “written”.

Although, while writing this, I’ve actually spoken the words.

So now it truly has been said before!

What the fuck happened Anderson later though with The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou and The Darjeeling Limited? Drop the bandwagon-jumping so-called “stars”, Wes. Get back to roots!

Anyway, back on point! A hallmark of Anderson’s works are the magnificent and eclectic soundtracks. The Royal Tenenbaums OST is peerless.

As has been said, this OST’s fucking flawless.

Catch the OST here; royal-tenenbaums-ost.html

Eli: I’m not in love with you any more.
Margot: I didn’t know that you ever were.
Eli: Let’s not make this any more difficult than it already is.

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Here be Royal and co

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April 18, 2008 Posted by | Mark Mothersbaugh, OTHER_CINEMA, Wes Anderson, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

The Royal Tenenbaums OST

The Royal Tenenbaums OST
The Royal Tenenbaums OST

Royal: I’m very sorry for your loss. Your mother was a terribly attractive woman.

This is the OST from Wes Anderson’s classic The Royal Tenenbaums from 2001.

I love this movie! I’ve seen it more times than I can count.

I can count to twelve. So maybe I’ve seen it thirteen times!

A magnificent script, great direction and flawless acting from all the actors.

I mean, even the normally insipid and awful Gwyneth Paltrow is excellent in this.

https://i2.wp.com/www.modette.se/upload/tinymce/modette/1107/royal-tenenbaums.jpg

I love the scene where Richie shaves off his beard and then slits his wrist to the sound of Elliott Smith’s great Needle In The Hay. That’s a moment of pure cinema. Perfect.

Ironic that the actor’s brother, and movie co-writer, Owen Wilson, would try to top himself a few years later.

Richie:I wrote a suicide note.
Chas: You did?
Richie: Yeah, right after I regained consciousness.
Chas: Well what does it say? Is it dark?

Richie:Of course it’s dark, it’s a suicide note.
Chas: Can I read it?
Richie: No.
Chas: Well could you at least summarize it for us?

The following has been said before. Well, said by me, in fact.

Not strictly “said” though. More “written”.

Although, while writing this, I’ve actually spoken the words.

So now it truly has been said before!

What the fuck happened Anderson later though with The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou and The Darjeeling Limited? Drop the bandwagon-jumping so-called “stars”, Wes. Get back to roots!

Anyway, back on point! A hallmark of Anderson’s works are the magnificent and eclectic soundtracks. The Royal Tenenbaums OST is peerless.

As has been said, this OST’s fucking flawless.

Eli: I’m not in love with you any more.
Margot: I didn’t know that you ever were.
Eli: Let’s not make this any more difficult than it already is.

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Tracklisting replete with notes thanks to soundtracksofwhatever.blogspot. Also links to Amazon for a snippet of each track.

Tracklisting


1. Mark Mothersbaugh – 111 Arthur Avenue
111 Arthur Avenue: the address of the Tenenbaums.
It starts with a magical fairy tale intro and changes into a kind of an happy interlude between scenes.

2. Nico – These days

She sings that she doesn’t talk much these days because she’s busy reminiscing about the past and missed opportunities, things he could or should have done. They play the track when Richie returns home and meets Margot again, maybe symbolizing the time that they could have spent seeing eachother. The track has a slow melodic sound to it, the scene is a bit in slowmotion.

Strange thing is, the track could also (if not better) fit the character of Royal because the movie is about how he’s making up for the times he wasn’t there for the family (well..in his own way).

3. Ysaye Quartet – String quartet in F Major (2nd movement) (Ravel)
It sounds like mice tripling over string instruments. Happy tripling music.

4. Paul Simon – Me and Julio down by the schoolyard

It’s a song about how a boy get’s caught doing things with Julio which are ‘against the lahaaaw’, but sounds like a memory of good times. In the movie it’s used when Royal and his 2 grandsons are in town doing all sorts of mischief.

5. The Mutato Muzika Orchestra – Sonata for cello & piano in F Minor (Enescu) This piece speaks: somethings happening! It sounds like a classical jamsession, which is quite cool because now and then it is like a switch is pulled changing it entirely. But 7.16 minutes is just a bit too long for me.

6. Bob Dylan – Wigwam

Lyrics like ‘ladida’ always make for good tracks, without being sarcastic this track sounds just funny and makes me happy. For the ones who’ve seen the movie (of will see it) they play it during a conversation between Etheline and Henry, damn funny.

7. Mark Mothersbaugh – Look at that old grizzly bear
The old grizzly bear must be Royal Tenenbaum. A short and happy piece of music.

8. John Lennon – Look at me

An emotional guitar song about love and doubt. In the movie it might symbolize the love of Chas for his 2 sons (funnies thing is that they constantly wear the same training suites).

9. Emitt Rhodes – Lullabye
The link is not actually Emitt Rhodes, but the guy in the vid does a fairly good job. Not much to say about this track then that it’s a short but good lullaby, if you’ve got a crybaby..this should definitely work, not meaning that it’s a boring track.

10. Mark Mothersbaugh – Mothersbaugh’s canon
A peaceful background tune.

11. The Clash – Police And Thieves
Just like the track by the Ramones (see below) a punk song, but much more peaceful. It has a nice kind of reggae twist in it.

12. Mark Mothersbaugh – Scrapping & Yelling
A home video, but well it uses ‘scrapping and yelling’ as background music. A peaceful happy piece of music.

13. The Ramones – Judy Is A Punk

In the movie you see short scenes of Margot’s life, kissing men on practically every corner of the planet. Really living a wild life. ‘Judy is a punk’ sounds like it was written for her. A very cool punk track! If you don’t know the Ramones, this is a good first encounter (it was for me!).

14. Mark Mothersbaugh – Pagoda’s Theme

Strangely this just sounds like it was not finished, 21 seconds is just very very short, if not too short.

15. Elliott Smith – Needle In The Hay

‘He’s acting dumb, that’s what you’ve come..to expect’. Without spoiling the movie, Richie does something very stupid. The track is about how you sometimes do stupid things which no one understands even though they think they do.

16. Nick Drake – Fly
An emotional request for a second chance sung with an almost hoarse voice. Very beautiful.

17. Mark Mothersbaugh – I Always Wanted To Be A Tenenbaum

Ali Cash, always wanted to be a Tenenbaum, but he was just the kid next door. A kinda sad story with a somewhat sad tune.

18. Vince Guaraldi Trio – Christmas Time Is Here
Again..not a link to the actual track, but well next best thing (or go to the amazon link).

First reaction: it’s not christmas yet!!, always hate those things out-of-season. But it’s a very nice edition of this christmas song. You can almost see kids singing it outside a door with snow (and a piano hehe) in the background.

19. The Velvet Underground – Stephanie Says
This song sóunds like it’s about freedom, questioning why other people want to hold you down. Good lyrics and a melodical sound.

20. Mark Mothersbaugh – Rachel Evans Tenenbaum (1965-2000)
Rachel is the late-wife of Chas and mother of Ari & Uzi. Sounds a bit like a funeral tune, not strange, because Rachel is dead and the Tenenbaums regulary visit her grave. But it also has a happy ring to it (good memories probably).

21. Mark Mothersbaugh – Sparkplug Minuet
The ‘oohoohooohooo’ in the background really makes me think of ‘christmas taaaaaaiiime’ which turns on the ‘it’s not christmas time alarm again’ but next to that it’s peaceful background music.

22. Nico – The Fairest Of The Seasons
The second song from Nico, with the same soft voice singing ‘do I stay or should I go’ it sounds like she’s really thinking it trough by the slow and soft way of the song.

23. The Mutato Muzika Orchestra – Hey Jude

I knew the ‘Hey Jude’ version of the beatles (also the one linked) and liked it from the first time I had to sing it (middle school..being about 12 yrs old) but found the lyrics (take a sad song..to make it better) a real WTF, still do. The MM Orchestra do a very cool orchestral version of it.
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Here be Royal and co

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You can catch the movie here; royal-tenenbaums-dvd-rip_18.html

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April 18, 2008 Posted by | Mark Mothersbaugh, Music_OST, OTHER_CINEMA, Various_Artists, Wes Anderson, _MUSIC | 2 Comments

Rushmore OST

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Rushmore OST (1998)

You guys have it real easy. I never had it like this where I grew up ….. here’s my advice to the rest of you: Take dead aim on the rich boys. Get them in the crosshairs and take them down.
Just remember, they can buy anything but they can’t buy backbone. Don’t let them forget it. Thank you.


– Herman Blume

From the rather excellent 1998 movie that made the name of Wes Anderson and showcased a barnstorming performance from a young Jason Schwartzman – and Bill Murray too, of course (as usual)! What was that useless Scot Stephen McCole fucking doing in this though?

This movie was followed up by Anderson’s classic The Royal Tenenbaums in 2001.

What the fuck happened later though with The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou and The Darjeeling Limited?

Drop the bandwagon-jumping so-called “stars”, Wes. Get back to roots!

Anyway, back on point! A hallmark of Anderson’s works are the magnificent and eclectic soundtracks. The Royal Tenenbaums OST is peerless. This one ain’t far behind!

slika

My top schools where I want to apply to are Oxford and the Sorbonne. My safety’s Harvard.

Max Fischer


Tracklisting

1. Hardest Geometry Problem In The World (01:29)
Mark Mothersbaugh
2. Making Time (02:55)
Creation
3. Concrete & Clay (02:16)
Unit 4 + 2
4. Nothing In This World Can Stop Me Worrin’ Bout That Girl (02:42)
The Kinks
5. Sharp Little Guy (00:42)
Mark Mothersbaugh
6. The Lad With The Silver Button (00:59)
Mark Mothersbaugh
7. A Summer Song (02:37)
Chad & Jeremy
8. Edward Appleby (In Memoriam) (00:42)
Mark Mothersbaugh
9. Here Comes My Baby (02:54)
Cat Stevens
10. A Quick One While He’s Away (08:41)
The Who
11. Snowflake Music (from Bottle Rocket) (00:37)
Mark Mothersbaugh
12. Piranhas Are A Very Tricky Species (01:19)
Mark Mothersbaugh
13. Blinuet (04:34)
Zoot Sims
14. Friends Like You, Who Needs Friends (01:23)
Mark Mothersbaugh
15. Rue St. Vincent (03:22)
Yves Montand
16. Kite Flying Society (01:18)
Mark Mothersbaugh
17. The Wind (01:39)
Cat Stevens
18. Oh Yoko (04:16)
John Lennon
19. Ooh La La (03:28)
The Faces
20. Margaret Yang’s Theme (01:16)
Mark Mothersbaugh

Total Duration: 00:49:09

Here be Max Fischer and pals:

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April 18, 2008 Posted by | Mark Mothersbaugh, Music_OST, OTHER_CINEMA, Wes Anderson, _MUSIC | 1 Comment