Thursday, January 20, 2011

105, Sundance Boulevard (105 songs from movies awarded at Sundance Film Festival)


The 2011 Sundance Film Festival kicks off today. This is a tribute to some of the greatest movies screened at the Utah festival in the last 25 years. And, especially, to some of the great music in them. Digging on Wikipedia and IMDB archives, I made a playlist of songs from awarded movies I found on Spotify. Below, you have the full list, year by year, with movie titles and prizes. One song each movie (only exception for the nice Dig! rockumentary: I HAD to feature both Dandy Warhols and The Brian Jonestown Massacre).

Ah, there is also a bonus playlist: another little one for soundtrack lovers. A collection of nineteen full movie scores or soundtracks (you can archive it next to The Greatest Indie Soundtrack of the World collection I made a couple of months ago).

Enjoy!


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THE PLAYLISTS


110 Sundance Boulevard 
(110 songs, about 7 hours)

1985.
Four Tops - It's the Same Old Song
(from "Blood Simple", Grand Jury Prize Dramatic)
Screamin' Jay Hawkins - I Put a Spell On You
(from "Stranger Than Paradise", Special Jury Prize Dramatic)
Tom Waits - Take Care Of All My Children
(from "Streetwise", Special Jury Prize Documentary)

1986.
James Taylor - Is That The Way You Look?
(from "Smooth Talk", Grand Jury Prize Dramatic)
Elvis Presley - Blue Moon
(from "Desert Hearts", Honorable Mention Dramatic)

1987.
Nada. :o(

1988.
Rolling Stones - Gimme Shelter
(from "Dear America: Letters Home From Vietnam", Special Jury Prize: Documentary)

1989.
Eurythmics - Right By Your Side
(from "True Love", Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic)
Brian Eno & Daniel Lanois - Silver Morning
(from "For All Mankind", Grand Jury Prize: Documentary)
Robbie Robertson & U2 - Sweet Fire of Love
(from "Powwow Highway", Filmmakers Trophy: Dramatic)
Amos Milburn - One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer
(from "John Huston: The Man, The Movies, The Maverick", Filmmakers Trophy: Documentary)

1990.
LL Cool J - To Da Break of Dawn
(from "House party", Filmmakers Trophy: Dramatic)
Blondie - The Tide Is High
(from "Longtime Companion", Audience Award: Dramatic)
Gil Scott-Heron - The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
(from "Berkeley in the Sixties", Audience Award: Documentary)
Sister Rosetta Thorpe - Precious Memories
(from "To Sleep With Anger", Special Jury Recognition: Dramatic)

1991.
Cheryl Lynn - Got To Be Real
(from "Paris Is Burning", Grand Jury Prize: Documentary)
Queen Latifah - The Pros
(from "Straight Out of Brooklyn", Special Jury Recognition)
Stevie B - Pretty Girls
(from "Hangin' With the Homeboys", Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award)

1992.
Nas - Halftime
(from "Zebrahead", Filmmakers Trophy: Dramatic)
Little Richard - I'm In Love Again
(from "The Hours and Times", Special Jury Recognition)

1993.
Boy George - Siempre Te Amare
(from "Ruby In Paradise", Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic)

1994.
'Til Tuesday - Voices Carry
(from "What Happened Was", Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic)
Soul Asylum - Can't Even Tell
(from "Clerks", Filmakers Trophy: Dramatic)
Stevie Wonder - Jesus Children of America
(from "Fresh", Filmmakers Trophy: Dramatic)
Clara Rockmore & Nadia Eisenberg - Serenade Melancolique Op. 26 (Tchaicovsky) arr. for Theremin and Piano
(from "Theremin: An Electronic Odyssey", Filmmakers Trophy Documentary)
Morphine - In Spite of Me
(from "Spanking the Monkey", Audience Award: Dramatic)
Tom Jones - Ring Of Fire
(from "Suture", Excellence in Cinematography Award: Dramatic)

1995.
Sarah McLachlan - I Will Remember You
(from "The Brothers McMullen", Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic)
Jethro Tull - Living In The Past
(from "The Young Poisoner's Handbook", Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic)
Evan Dando - Frying Pan
(from "Heavy", Special Jury Recognition For Directing)

1996.
Barbara Hendricks - Solvejg's Song
(from "Welcome to the Dollhouse", Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic)
Lamb - "Gorecki"
(from "Girls Town", Filmmakers Trophy: Dramatic)
Martin Zellar - "Falling Sky"
(from "Care of the Spitfire Grill", Audience Award: Dramatic)
Luois Prima - "Buona sera"
(from "Big Night", Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award)
James Brown - "Say It Loud I'm Black and I'm Proud"
(from "When We Were Kings", Special Jury Recognition)
Luna - "Season of the Witch"
(from "I Shot Andy Warhol", Special Jury Prize For Acting)
Andrés Calamaro - "Algun Lugar Encontrare"
(from "Caballos salvajes", Honorable Mention Latin American Cinema)

1997.
Fréhel - Où est il donc?
(from "Sunday", Grand Jury Prize Dramatic)
Refugee Camp All-Stars feat. Lauryn Hill - The Sweetest Thing
(from "Love Jones", Grand Jury Prize Dramatic)

1998.
Brand Nubian - Time's Runnin' Out
(from "Slam", Grand Jury Prize Dramatic)
Jim Boyd - Reservation Blues
(from "Smoke Signals", Filmmakers Trophy Dramatic)
Massive Attack - Angel
(from "Pi", Directing Award: Dramatic, Darren Aronofsky)
Woody Allen, Eddie Davis, Greg Cohen - Lonesome Blues
(from "Wild Man Blues", Excellence in Cinematography Award Documentary, Tom Hurwitz)
Shudder To Think - Mom's Mercedes
(from "High Art", Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award to Lisa Cholodenko)

1999.
Sammy Davis Jr. - Mr.Bojangles
(from "American Movie", Grand Jury Prize: Documentary)
Eugene Chrysler - Good Ol' Rock-n-Roll
(from "Three Seasons", Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic)
Astrud Gilberto - Goodbye Sadness (Tristeza)
(from "Guinevere", Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award)
Thomas D, Franka Potente - Wish
(from "Run Lola Run", World Cinema Audience Award)
Emmylou Harris - One of These Days
(from "Tumbleweeds", Filmmakers Trophy: Dramatic)
Alison Krauss - Stay
(from "Happy, Texas", Special Jury Prize for Acting)

2000.
Loretta Lynn - Somebody Somewhere
(from "You Can Count On Me", Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award)
Marlene Dietrich - Falling In Love Again
(from "Paragraph 175", Documentary Directing Award)
Filter - Take A Picture
(from "Saving Grace", World Cinema Audience Award)
Stereo Total - Movie Star
(from "The Tao of Steve", Special Jury Prize for Ensemble Cast)
Salvador "El Negro" Ojeda - Que me lleve la tristeza
(from "La Ley de Herodes", Jury Prize Latin American Cinema)

2001.
Alice Cooper - Generation Landslide
(from "Dogtown and Z-Boys", Directing Award Documentary)
Original Cast - The Origin of Love (actually: Original Cast Recording)
(from "Hedwig and the Angry Inch", Directing Award Dramatic)
David Bowie - Something In The Air
(from "Memento", Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award)
Thomas Newman - The Cannery - Main Title
(from "In the Bedroom", Special Jury Prize For Acting)
Afro-Cuban All Stars - Amor Verdadero
(from "Amores Possíveis", Jury Prize latin American Cinema)

2002.
Aterciopelados - Chica Dificil
(from "Real Women Have Curves", Audience Award Dramatic)
Charles Trenet - Menilmontant
(from "Tadpole", Directing Award Dramatic)
The Blue Man Group - Drumbone
(from "Blue Vinyl", Excellence in Cinematography Award Documentary)
Al Green - Take Me To The River
(from "How To Draw a Bunny", Special Jury Prize Documentary)
The Faint - Agenda Suicide
(from "Secretary", Special Jury Prize For Originality)
Jeff Buckley - Corpus Christi Carol
(from "Love Liza", Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award)
Snow Patrol - Chocolate
(from "The Last Kiss", World Cinema Audience Award)
U2 - Sunday Bloody Sunday
(from "Bloody Sunday", World Cinema Audience Award)

2003.
Clinic - The Equaliser
(from "Thirteen", Directing Award Dramatic)
The Clash - Know Your Rights
(from "American Splendor", Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic)
Lisa Gerrard - Paikea Legend
(from "Whale Rider", World Cinema Audience Award)

2004.
Various Artists - Gopala
(from "Born Into Brothels", Audience Award: Documentary)
Queen - Fat Bottomed Girls
(from "Super Size Me", Directing Award Documentary)
Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings - Make It Good To Me
(from "November", Excellence in Cinematography Award: Dramatic)
The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Nevertheless
(from "Dig!", Grand Jury Prize: Documentary)
The Dandy Warhols - Bohemian Like You
(from "Dig!", Grand Jury Prize: Documentary)
David Wilcox - Bad Apple
(from "The Corporation", World Cinema Audience Award: Documentary)

2005.
Ministry - Thieves
(from "Murderball", Audience Award: Documentary)
Daniel Johnston - True Love Will Find You In The End
(from "The Devil and Daniel Johnston", Documentary Directing Award)
Loudon Wainwright III - The Swimming Song
(from "The Squid and the Whale", Dramatic Directing Award)
Johnny Cash - Hurt
(from "Why We Fight", Grand Jury Prize: Documentary)
Ronan Keating - When You Say Nothin' At All
(from "Wasp", Jury Prize in International Short Filmmaking)
Yo La Tengo - Madeline
(from "Junebug", Special Jury Prize for Acting)
Elliott Smith - Thumbsucker
(from "Thumbsucker", Special Jury Prize for Acting)
Cody Chesnutt - 5 on a Joyride
(from "Me and You and Everyone We Know", Special Jury Prize for Originality of Vision Dramatic)
Velvet Underground - Sister Ray
(from "Brick", Special Jury Prize for Originality of Vision Dramatic)
Grandaddy - He's Simple, He's Dumb, He's the Pilot
(from "Der Wald vor lauter Bäumen", World Cinema Special Jury Prize Dramatic)

2006.
Art of Noise - Moments in Love
(from "A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints", Directing Award Dramatic)

2007.
Antony & The Johnsons - Bird Guhl
(from "Dark Matter", Alfred P. Sloan Prize)
Violent Femmes - Blister in the Sun
(from "Rocket Science", Directing Award Dramatic)
Gomez - See the World
(from "Joshua", Excellence in Cinematography Award Dramatic)
Ella Fitzgerald - Throw Out The Lifeline
(from "Teeth", Special Jury Prize for Acting)
The Boy Least Likely To - Hugging My Grudge
(from "Grace Is Gone", Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award: Dramatic)
Glen Hansard & Marketa Irglova - Falling Slowly
(from "Once", World Cinema Audience Award: Dramatic)

2008.
Biz Markie - Just A Friend
(from "The Wackness", Audience Award: Dramatic)
MGMT - Kids
(from "American Teen", Directing Award: Documentary)
Patti Smith - Gloria: In Excelsis Deo
(from "Patti Smith: Dream of Life", Excellence in Cinematography Award: Documentary)
Willie Nelson - Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys
(from "W.", Honorable Mention in Short Filmmaking)
The Twilight Singers - There's Been an Accident
(from "Choke", Special Jury Prize: Dramatic, Work by an Ensemble Cast)
Pascal Rogé - Satie: Gymnopédie No.1
(from "Man On Wire", World Cinema Jury Prize Documentary)
Adriano Celentano - 24.000 Baci
(from "J'ai toujours rêvé d'être un gangster", World Cinema Screenwriting Award)

2009.
The Weepies - Can't Go Back Now
(from "Adam", Alfred P. Sloan Prize)
Mary J. Blige - I Can See In Color
(from "Precious", Audience Award: Dramatic)
David Bowie - Heroes
(from "The Cove", Audience Award: Documentary)
Nick Cave & Warren Ellis - Song For Bob
(from "Sin Nombre", Dramatic Directing Award)
David Bowie - Moonage Daydream
(from "We Live in Public", Grand Jury Prize: Documentary)
Juliette Gréco - Sous le ciel de Paris
(from "An Education", World Cinema Audience Award: Dramatic)
Daniel Johnston - A Lonely Song
(from "Louise-Michel", World Cinema Special Jury Prize for Originality)

2010.
The Go - You Go Bangin' On
(from "Happythankyoumoreplease", Audience Award: Dramatic)

Listen to it on Spotify: HTTP, URI. (SR0557)






19 Full Soundtracks
(301 songs, about 16 hours)

1. Clerks
2. Pi
3. Wild Man Blues
4. High Art
5. Guinevere
6. Lola Rennt
7. The Tao of Steve
8. Hedwig and the Angry Inch (Original Cast version)
9. In the Bedroom
10. Thirteen
11. Whale Rider
12. Born Into Brothels
13. The Squid and the Whale
14. Thumbsucker
15. Grace Is Gone
16. The Wackness
17. American Teen
18. Precious
19. Once

Listen to it on Spotify: HTTP, URI. (SR0558)


Previously on indie movies:
The Greatest Indie Soundtrack of the World (69 Indie Movie Full Soundtracks)

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