• 12-26-2005, 09:10 PM
    Snowbunny
    Low - Things We Lost in the Fire - or was it in a box of CD's.
    Wow. Watched the documentary film - Tarnation today. An amazing film (edited on an Apple computer) by Jonathan Caouette documenting 19 years of his life with his mentally-ill mother and dysfunctional grandparents. Depressing and yet uplifting. Highly recommended especially for the soundtrack.

    If the subject matter doesn't appeal to you, maybe the soundtrack will:

    "Laser Beam" - Low
    "Weight of the World" - John Califra (unreleased)
    "Rewind" - Max Avery Lichtenstein (unreleased)
    "Naked As We Came" - Iron & Wine
    "Tarnation" - Max Avery Lichtenstein
    "Texas 1984" - John Califra (unreleased)
    "Depersonalized" - Max Avery Lichtenstein
    "Wichita Lineman" - Glen Campbell
    "Reptile" - Lisa Germano
    "Ice Pulse" - Cocteau Twins
    "Innocence" - John Califra (unreleased)
    "Frank Mills" - from the original film soundtrack of “Hair”
    "Tarnation" - Max Avery Lichtenstein
    "The Ballad of Lucy Jordan" - Marianne Faithful
    "Diviner" - Hex
    "Embrace" - Low
    "Departures" - Max Avery Lichtenstein
    "Its All Over Now Baby Blue" - Chocolate Watch Band
    "One Year Later" - Max Avery Lichtenstein (unreleased)
    "Strange Powers" - Magnetic Fields
    "Desperation" - Max Avery Lichtenstein
    "Around & Around" - Red House Painters
    "As Fate Would Have It" - Max Avery Lichtenstein
    "Lil Bitty Pissant Country Place" - Dolly Parton
    "Back Home Again" - Low
    "Pumpkin" - Max Avery Lichtenstein
    "Confrontation" - Max Avery Lichtenstein (unreleased)
    "How Many Times" - Mavis Staples
    "Around & Around" - Red House Painters
    "Tarnation (end credits)" - Max Avery Lichtenstein


    I was pretty sure someone sent me some Low, and sure enough that sweet muse of music, Davey, had sent me Things We Lost In The Fire and Christmas. Any other Low fans around here? :)

    Snowie

    Edit: Reason: Davey, Davey, Davey!