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Options September 17, 2012: Alan Licht and Will Oldham discuss their new book, "Will Oldham on Bonnie 'Prince' Billy"

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Artist Track Album Label New
Will Oldham & Alan Licht  Don't Cry, Driver   Options You Can Never Go Fast Enough  Plain Recordings   
Bonnie "Prince" Billy  I Don't Belong To Anyone   Options Now Here's My Plan  Drag City  *  
Will Oldham & Alan Licht  Willl Oldham & Alan Licht on "Will Oldham on Bonnie 'Prince' Billy"   Options      
Lee Ranaldo Band feat. J Mascis  Albatoss   Options Just Tell Me That You Want Me: A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac  Hear Music  *  
Matt Sweeney & Bonnie "Prince" Billy  Storms   Options Just Tell Me That You Want Me: A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac  Hear Music  *  
Palace Music  New Partner   Options Viva Las Blues  Drag City   
Bonnie "Prince" Billy  I See a Darkness   Options Now Here's My Plan  Drag City  *  
Bonnie "Prince" Billy  Less of Me   Options Little Lost Blues     
Palace Music  Arise, Therefore   Options Arise Therefore  Drag City   
Tortoise & Bonnie "Prince" Billy  Thunder Road   Options The Brave and the Bold  Overcoat Recordings   
Pajo  Horror Business   Options Scream with Me  Black Tent Press   

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Listener comments!

  12:12am KP:

Congrats on this.
  12:13am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Hi Therese! I'm in Austin again.
  12:14am alex g:

hello everyone!
  12:16am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Hello KP and alex g!
  12:17am amEdeo:

Hellooo Hello Everyone!
  12:23am alex g:

it doesnt seem like lydia lunch is on facebook...
  12:28am KP:

FB told me to follow Lydia Lunch, Mark Mothersbaugh and two guys my more popular brother went to school with.
  12:30am Angela Jaeger:

movin & groovin chaps
  12:31am amEdeo:

The beeps were Lydia Lunch trying to distract people from finding her on Facebook.
  12:42am Kaley:

Did Will just do a Clay Davis impersonation?!
  12:44am ledzeppelinsucks:

why do you keep saying 'amazing'?
  12:46am alex g:

wiki: In a June 2009 interview on BBC Radio 5 Live, Forsyth stated that he is currently working on a new film project with the working title of Exile.
  12:46am KP:

Gregory's Two Girls? Gee ...
  12:49am KP:

IMDB: Gregory's Two Girls received mixed reviews.
  1:01am arthur:

I'd go with an IPA and some whiskey on the side. It's tasting good on this end.
  1:01am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

"Hangover 3: The Legend Of Curly's Gold"
  1:04am alex g:

GALAGA is the best game!!!
  1:12am Kaley:

While we're on the topic -- Any favourite OSTs, Will? I've been really into Bruce Langhorne's for Peter Fonda's The Hired Hand as of late.
  1:15am KP:

One problem with music and movies is songs in previews are not in the film. Creep and Social Network being biggest offender.
  1:18am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Morricone and Leone had a unique working relationship. Leone would give Morricone the script, Morricone would write and record the score, then Leone would film using the score to determine when particular moments would occur. Most movie scores are written and recorded after the film has been shot.

[Morricone nerd]
  1:19am KP:

What was name of that movie. "Gregory Peck's Girl"?
  1:22am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

According to fandango.com, Yo La Tengo also composed music for "Ode."
  1:25am KP:

Arabesque? It's Hitchcockian.
  1:35am alex g:

what do you think about scorsese's use of music in film?
  1:38am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Wim Wenders also uses music in his movies in a manner similar to Scorsese.

Films used to have a "fanfare" that played prior to the actual projection of the film beginning.
  1:39am arthur:

Paris, Texas OST has some great dialogue too!
  1:39am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

The "Animal House" soundtrack has dialogue from the movie.

Will they be handing out Kurt Loder secret decoder rings at the "Head" screening?
  1:40am KP:

Monkees' Going Down was just used on Breaking Bad.
  1:45am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

There's a story about Rick Rubin and Glenn Danzig riding Harleys to Roy Orbison's place and threatening to physically harm him if he didn't record the song for the "Less Than Zero" soundtrack.
  1:47am Julie:

Malcolm sings!
  1:48am KP:

Get CRazy! Best movie ever! Yes that Lou Reed part is inspirational.
  1:52am alex g:

i live right by Lodi haha... misfits recorded some of their first stuff in a studio by my house in Rutherford
  1:53am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Danzig single-handedly made french onion soup appropriate joke material.
  1:57am BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Jerry's little leaguers: "I've got something to say. I hit a home run today."
  1:59am arthur:


Boss Hogg's Speed Trap is a great name for a band.
  2:36am KP:

Great job. Entertaining and educational!
  2:44am KP:

Some time ago i was in paris for while. over there, you would have thought there were only two people n this world, Bonnie Prince Billy and Cat Power. Maybe that's true.
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