The Pastels - Thomson Colour


June 12, 2011

Time: 8:30am

Made in response to a suggestion from Domino that our show could feature a lot of our favourite film music.  It does, and out of that, other music we often have around us at home.  Thomson-color is a film stock that Jacques Tati used for Jour De Fete.  At the time it proved unpredictable at process stage and he abandoned it, but in the end, in a finally restored version, it redeemed itself giving the film an extremely particular look.


Krzsytof Komeda - Lullaby, part 1 (from Rosemary's Baby, Dot LP)
Francoise Hardy - Le temps des souvenirs (Vogue 45)
Serge Gainsbourg - Marilu (Phillips 45)
Isabelle - La Journee D'Isabelle ( Odeon, 45)
Michel Legrand - Theme from The Go-Between (Bell, 45)
Tenniscoats - Baibaba Bimba (from Tan-Tan Therapy, Hapna CD)
Ducktails - Killin the vibe (from Ducktails III: Arcade Dynamics, Woodsist LP)
The Johannesburg Street Band - Pata Pata (Uni, 45)
Sister Sledge - Thinking of you (Atlantic, 45)
Orange Juice - Bridge (Polydor, 45)
Les Rita Mitsouko - Un soir, un chien (Virgin, 45)
Velvet Underground - Ride Into The Sun (Velvets, 45)
Rick Sabo - One (Hacienda, 45)
Maher Shalal Hash Baz - Black Eyed Susan (from Return Visit To Rock Mass, Org 3LP)
Subway Sect - Vertical Integration (Oddball / Rough Trade, 45)
Chantal Goya - Si tu gagnes au flipper (RCA Victor, 45)
Tana Zelinkova - And I Love Her So Much (from Blonde In Love, DVD)
Crystal Stilts - Through The Floor (from In Love With Oblivion, Fortuna Pop LP)
Mink Deville - Spanish Stroll (Capitol, 45)
Beverly Warren - Let me get close to you (Rust, 45)
Directorsound - Fanfare For Your Museum Of Choice (from Redemptive Strikes, Geographic CD)
Alain Roman - Les Vacances De Monsieur Hulot, generique debut (from Tati Sonorama, Naive 2CD)
Astrud Gilberto - Who Needs Forever (Verve, 45)
Broadcast - Come On Let's Go (Warp, 45)
Ennio Morricone - Le Clan Des Siciliens (20th Century Fox, 45)
Brigitte Fontaine - Une fois mais pas deux (from Brigitte Fontaine est..., Saravah LP)
Spectrum - Baby don't you worry (Silvertone, 45)
Penny & the Quarters - You and me (Numero, 45)
Michael Nyman - 89-90-91-92 (From Miniatures, Pipe LP)

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