Music Minute: Krzysztof Komeda “Rosemary’s Baby Interlude”

“A chance to sit quietly and find out who you are; where you've been and where you're going.” -Ira Levin, Rosemary's Baby {published in 1967}   I called this an interlude because of its sauntering sweet nature between the high stakes and drama that is"Rosemary's Baby". Polanski's iconic film had many claiming he had beckoned the…Read more Music Minute: Krzysztof Komeda “Rosemary’s Baby Interlude”

Music Minute: “Penumbra” by Bobby Beausoleil and the Freedom Orchestra

Bobby Beausoleil has a bit of a bad rep. Bad rep could be an understatement, but it's true. It never helps to be friends with Charles Manson, or get caught up in a war against society,  but its sad to have this overshadow some of his greater achievements, like music. It goes without saying that he…Read more Music Minute: “Penumbra” by Bobby Beausoleil and the Freedom Orchestra

Music Minute: “Madeleine’s Lament” by Elliot Goldenthal

Did you know Elliot Goldenthal is married to prolific theatre director and puppeteer, Julie Taymor (who was recently fired from Bono's production of "Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark" on Broadway), and studied under John Corigliano who won an Oscar for Best Original Score for 1999's Canadian drama, "The Red Violin"? This is a piece entitled…Read more Music Minute: “Madeleine’s Lament” by Elliot Goldenthal

E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {November 14, 2013} + Bonus Music Minute: “Cast Out Devils” by Gene Moore

+CARNIVAL OF SOULS+ {japanese poster - 1962} such a fine example of vintage japanese poster art! Would love this for the walls of our studio! "Carnival of Souls" is a magical movie. It's both dreamy and nightmarish, and could have been absolutely forgotten if it weren't for the tireless fans who keep promoting the film…Read more E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {November 14, 2013} + Bonus Music Minute: “Cast Out Devils” by Gene Moore

Music Minute: “Frankenstein’s Den” by The Hollywood Flames

A great track to keep you in the ghoulish mood, as Halloween's Eve inches ever nearer.  Tonight we'll be Ghost Hunting on Toronto Island and we wish we could bring you all along.  We'll have to remain dancing in our dreams with you, as Frankensteins shackles ring out a tune. The Hollywood Flames were an American R&B…Read more Music Minute: “Frankenstein’s Den” by The Hollywood Flames

Music Minute: “The Rockin’ Ghost” by The Modernaires

Happy Halloween! Well, we may be early, but we've been hearing laughter in the distance.  And ... last night we woke up to disembodied voices and figures in the dark.  Okay, now we just got the mark of trinity slashed into our backs!! What the hell! This could only mean one thing.  We have a…Read more Music Minute: “The Rockin’ Ghost” by The Modernaires

Music Minute: Le Temps de l’Amour – Françoise Hardy (1965)

Here's just a tiny taste of one of our favourite Parisian songstress of all-time.  The great Françoise Hardy is known for so much more than just her fantastic voice and smooth 60s style. According to her wikipedia page her credits reach from singer/actress and notes her as a Astrologist (so you better believe we'd be a fan).  Surely…Read more Music Minute: Le Temps de l’Amour – Françoise Hardy (1965)

Music Minute: Poison Ivy – The Coasters(1959) + {Bonus: The Aztecs(1964)}

Written by American songwriting duo Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, Poison Ivy was originally recorded by The Coasters in 1959. It went to #1 on the R&B chart and #7 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The duo would write a string of hits which would lead them to rise to fame in the 50s teaming up with other writers and writing hits…Read more Music Minute: Poison Ivy – The Coasters(1959) + {Bonus: The Aztecs(1964)}

Music Minute: Station to Station

It would be putting it lightly if we said we love David Bowie. Enjoy a taste of Station to Station from the Thin White Duke himself. Here's the title track from the 1976 album. Thanks to elgroover for the upload. The European Cannon is here! Enjoy, The Eye. Similar Stories