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The Darjeeling Limited OST LP Vinyl NEW 2015

The Darjeeling Limited OST LP Vinyl NEW 2015

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Track Listings
1. Where Do You Go To (My Lovely) - Peter Sarstedt
2. Title Music (From Satyajit Ray's Film 'Jalsaghar') - Ustad Vilayat Khan
3. This Time Tomorrow - The Kinks
4. Title Music (From Satyajit Ray's Film 'Teen Kanya') - Satyajit Ray
5. Title Music (From Merchant-Ivory's Film 'The Householder') - Jyotitindra Moitra
6. Ruku's Room (From Satyajit Ray's Film 'Joi Baba Felunath') - Satyajit Ray
7. Charu's Theme (From Satyajit Ray's Film 'Charulata') - Satyajit Ray
8. Title Music (From Merchant Ivory's Film 'Bombay Talkie') - Shankar Jaikishan
9. Montage (From Nityananda Datta's Film 'Baksa Badal') - Satyajit Ray
10. Prayer (Traditional) - Jodphur Sikh Temple Congregation
11. Farewell to Earnest (From Merchant-Ivory's Film 'The Householder') - Ustad Ali Akbar Khan
12. The Deserted Ballroom (From Merchant-Ivory's Film 'Shakespeare Wallah') - Satyajit Ray
13. Suite Bergamasque: 3. 'Clair De Lune' - Alexis Weissenberg
14. Typewriter, Tip, Tip, Tip (From Merchant-Ivory's Film 'Bombay Talkie') - Kishore Kumar
15. Memorial (Traditional) - Narlai Village Troubador
16. Strangers - The Kinks
17. Praise Him (Traditional) - Udaipur Convent School Nuns and Students
18. Symphony No. 7 in A, Op. 92 'Allegro Con Brio' - Chicago Symphony Orchestra
19. Play With Fire - The Rolling Stones
20. Arrival in Benares (From Merchant-Ivory's Film 'The Guru') - Ustad Ali Akbar Khan
21. Powerman - The Kinks
22. Les Champs-Elysees - Joe Dassin

Double 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Reissue of the eclectic soundtrack from this 2007 cult favorite from Wes Anderson. The album has sold over 165,000 copies worldwide since its original release. Set in India, the film incorporates the music of acclaimed director Satyajit Ray's own films, scoring from early Indian Merchant-Ivory films, and hit songs as well as deep album cuts by the Rolling Stones and the Kinks - GRAMMY award winning music supervision by Randall Poster, Wes Anderson's long-time collaborator.