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A "wondrous boat ride" exploring rock 'n' roll & other music, the counter cultural, cinema, pop culture, oddities, etc. Buy a ticket, take the ride.

Mon Apr 8th 2013 11.00am–12.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: pacific


Mauro Campobasso & Mauro Manzoni Quartet “Lolita: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Her”
from Ears Wide Shut (Homage to Stanley Kubrick) MP3 Album (Parco della Musica Records 2011)


N/A “N/A” MP3 Other (n/a 2007) —Lolita (1962) HD trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRVqgvW8100


Nelson Riddle “Main Title (Love Theme from Lolita)”
from Lolita (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) MP3 Album (Classic Music International 2011) —Original composition by Bob Harris, arranged by Riddle.


N/A “N/A” MP3 Other (n/a 2007) —Lolita by Stanley Kubrick - ping pong scene [excerpt]: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bhbk23rqKsY JAMES MASON & PETER SELLERS at opening of LOLITA (1962)


Paola Arnesano “Don't Stand So Close to Me”
from The Police Songbook MP3 Album (Ass. Cult. Four 2010) —Jazz cover of this Police song which references Nabakov's LOLITA. Music bed for voiceover commentary.


N/A “N/A” MP3 Other (n/a 2007) —Lolita (1962) Quilty at the dance: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQrnqNUZ31E Charlotte Haze (Shelley Winters) & Clare Quilty (Peter Sellers) reconnect: sort of.


Nelson Riddle “Lolita Ya Ya”
from Lolita (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) MP3 Album (Classic Music International 2011) —Something of an unlikely bubblegum pop hit in 1962, and now the most reproduced cut from the LOLITA soundtrack.


John Barry “Lolita”
from Play It Again (Themes From Stage, Screen And Television) MP3 Album (Polydor 1974) —Theme song by Barry for the quickly-scuttled musical adaptation of Nabakov's story (LOLITA, MY LOVE), performed briefly in Boston but never staged on The Great White Way. The book was by Alan Jay Lerner.


Sue Lyon “Turn Off the Moon”
from Popcorn Oldies 1 MP3 Comp (Roadway Entertainment 2011) —Kubrick's "Lolita" herself, the adolescent Sue Lyon, recorded this B-Side track to the 45-single release, "Lolita Ya Ya."


N/A “N/A” MP3 Other (n/a 2007) —Peter Sellers Judo: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SX6vrnz5tJY In his adaptation of FEAR & LOATHING IN LAS VEGAS, Terry Gilliam alludes to this memorable hotel-lobby scene from LOLITA.


Shirley Bassey “Going Going Gone”
from Bassey - The EMI/UA Years 1959-1979 MP3 Album (EMI Catalogue 1994) —A Barry/Lerner song from the unrealized musical LOLITA, MY LOVE (Bassey is known for her James Bond work with Mr. Barry too!).


N/A “N/A” MP3 Other (n/a 2007) —Excerpt of KCSB interview with Honus Honus of Philly avant-rock band Man Man, which references the LOLITA character Humbert Humbert: http://www.kcsb.org/blog/2010/08/29/honus-honus


N/A “N/A” MP3 Other (n/a 2007) —Honus Honus of Man Man: KCSB ID.


The Ventures “Lolita Ya Ya”
from The Very Best of the Ventures MP3 Other (EMI Catalog (USA) 2008) —Music bed for voiceover commentary.


The Ventures “Lolita Ya Ya”
from The Very Best of the Ventures MP3 Other (EMI Catalog (USA) 2008) —Music bed for voiceover commentary + back announcement.


Ennio Morricone “Lolita”
from Lolita (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture) MP3 Album (Renn Productions 1998) —The title track from Adrian Lyne (FATAL ATTRACTION)'s rather humorless LOLITA remake.


N/A “N/A” MP3 Other (n/a 2007) —Broken Flowers #2 Movie CLIP - Lolita (2005) HD: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b95SzqTrjRo This scene fr/Jim Jarmusch's BROKEN FLOWERS features protagonist Bill Murray, a lost-love (Sharon Stone) & her ironically-named nymphet daughter.


Dizzy Gillespie “Love Theme from Lolita”
from The Cool World / Dizzy Goes To Hollywood MP3 Album (Verve Records www.bluenote.com 1996) —1964 jazz cover of Bob Harris' theme song for the Kubrick LOLITA.


Clare Quilty “Roses”
from STRONG MP3 Album (DCide Records 2000) —Music bed for voiceover commentary + back announcement.


Marilyn Manson “Heart-Shaped Glasses (When the Heart Guides the Hand)”
from Eat Me, Drink Me MP3 Album (Interscope Records 2007) —Music bed for outro & opening of interview w/UCSB A&L's Roman Baratiak. Marilyn Manson here references the LOLITA movie poster (Sue Lyon w/ a lollipop & famous red shades).

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