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IRA'S BLEND #40: MOVIE THEMES & FEATURED TUNES



IRA’S BLEND #40: MOVIE THEMES & FEATURED TUNES
Broadcast 24-8-2016
Host/Engineer: Ira
For: ex-patradio.fr

Listen to archived show on Mixcloud HERE

Dick Dale – Misirlou (Pulp Fiction)
Gene Vincent – Be Bop A Lula (The Girl Can’t Help It)
Ben E. King – Stand By Me (Stand By Me)
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Django Reinhardt – I Can’t Give You Anything But Love (The Aviator)
Duke Ellington – Upper and Outest (Anatomy of a Murder)
Dinah Washington – Time After Time (The Theory of Everything)
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Alfred Newman – South Pacific Overture
Ernest Good & The Sinfonia of London – Theme from Exodus
Gene Kelly – Singin’ in the Rain
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Nick Perito – The Green Leaves of Summer (Inglourious Basterds)
Bobby Darin – Beyond the Sea (Goodfellas)
Little Richard – Tutti Frutti (Cocktail)
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John Barry Seven – The James Bond Theme (Dr. No)
Elvis Presley – Jailhouse Rock (Jailhouse Rock)
Judy Garland – Over the Rainbow (The Wizard of Oz)
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John Lee Hooker – Boom Boom (Blues Brothers)
Jerry Lee Lewis – Great Balls of Fire (Top Gun)
Sam Cooke – Twistin’ the Night Away (Animal House)
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Alfred Newman Orchestra – The March of the Siamese Children (The King and I)
Muir Matheson – Vertigo Prelude and Rooftop (Vertigo)
Henry Mancini Orchestra – Moon River (Breakfast at Tiffany’s)
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Howlin’ Wolf – Smokestack Lightnin’ (Wolf of Wall Street)
James Carter – Po’ Lazarus (O Brother Where Art Thou)
Booker T and The MGs – Green Onions ( Quadrophenia)
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Franco Ferrara and His Orchestra – La Dolce Vita (Finale)
Manos Hadjidakis – Never on Sunday: Main Title
Elmer Bernstein – Walk on the Wild Side: Main Title
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The Four Seasons – Big Girls Don’t Cry (Dirty Dancing)
Ella Fitz. & Louis Arm. – Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off (When Harry Met Sally)
Dooly Wilson – As Time Goes By (Casablanca)

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