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AdLib On February - 23 - 2013

MovieMusic

With the Oscars coming up this Sunday and the GOP acting like the cast of Children of the Damned, this weekend’s music thread celebrates the music of movies. So join in with the songs or scores from the movies you love and sit back and enjoy along with that giant box of Junior Mints!

Rhapsody in Blue – Manhattan

Man of Constant Sorrow – O Brother Where Art Thou

If You Want to Sing Out, Sing Out – Harold and Maude

Everyone Says I Love You – Animal Crackers

Smile – Modern Times

Pure Imagination – Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

Categories: Music Thread

Written by AdLib

My motto is, "It is better to have blogged and lost hours of your day, than never to have blogged at all."

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  1. Tom Waits “Innocent When You Dream”


    From the movie Smoke.

  2. LFer says:

    Kill Bill -- Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)


  3. cyrano1 says:

    Death and Transfiguration -- from “Hancock” by John Powell


  4. zenith1959 says:

    I’m so bummed I didn’t get to see this live


  5. zenith1959 says:

    OK, so this doesn’t exactly fit in, its from my own youtube channel so for some reason it wont link directly. It’s short and aside from all the public domain scenes, music and my own video, there is one short famous movie scene, so I guess it is appropriate.
    http://bit.ly/WffX1c


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