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fans at geekroar.com discuss - at some great
length - the source of the version of Song to the Siren used in the
horror movie's trailer
sidebar on this page will take you to a lively discussion about the use of Siren
in the trailer for the 2003 remake of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, underlining
the confusion about the various remakes by women singers.
Here for possibly the first time, the Estate has made public four tracks -
Wild Wood, The Father Song, The Prize and Ill Be The One - from
Hall Bartletts 1969 movie Changes.
remain the only known versions of all four as used in the movie. The Father
Song is not the same title that appears on the Rhino Handmade 1999 release
Works in Progress.
Some of the links on this and other pages may redirect you to www.timbuckleymusic.com,
the music-publishing site for the Estate of Tim Buckley)
Lane, Michele Carey, Jack Albertson and Marcia Strassman.
Written and directed
by Hall Bartlett.
"It's Life's Illusions I Recall..."
adds four original songs - Wild Wood, The Father Song, The Prize and
Ill Be The One - to the movie soundtrack, as well as Morning Glory,
She is and Once I Was.
Jane Fonda, Jon Voight, Bruce Dern. Directed by Hal Ashby.
Home took three Oscars: Best Actor - Voight; Best Actress - Fonda and Best
Original Screenplay. Nominated for Best Picture; Supporting Actor and Actress;
Director and Editing.
man who believed in war! A man who believed in nothing! And a woman who believed
in both of them!"
Buckley - Once I Was.
Pullman, Patricia Arquette. Written and directed by David Lynch.
jazz saxophonist is framed for the murder of his wife, then morphs into a young
mechanic in prison.
Lynch used This Mortal Coil's version of Song to the Siren. The
song does not appear on the Fontana/Interscope soundtrack CD.
Written and directed by Shane Meadows
English working-class youth in gangs are introduced to the 'sweet science'Tim
Buckley - Look at the Fool
au Go Go: Folk-Rock Volume One (1999)
with 16 performances filmed at the classical Village club,
includes Bob Dylan
Subterranean Homesick Blues, Richie Havens Just Like A Woman, Joni Mitchell Little
Green, and more.
Buckley - Who Do You Love (Dream Letter version)
Without You (2001)
Friel, Michelle Williams
Written and directed by Sandra Goldbacher
best friends grow up on the outskirts of London in the 1970s and 1980s.
for the BAFTA Alexander Korda Award for Best British Film and the Dinard British
Film Festival Golden Hitchcock
Tim Buckley - Strange Feelin'
Gyllenhaal, Dustin Hoffman, Susan Sarandon, Holly Hunter
Written and directed
by Brad Silberling
life and love, expect the unexpected..."
Plant - Song to the Siren.
he copes with the death of his fiancee along with her parents, a young man must
figure out what he wants out of life.|
Lavorare con Lentezza (Work Slowly) (2004)
Afterhours, Manuel Agnelli. Directed by Guido Chiesa
The 70's. With the birth of Radio Alice - a free radio staion in Bologna - and
the political developments of the radical left, two young men get in touch with
a new consciousness spreading among the youth.
Buckley - Song to the Siren.
Chainsaw Massacre (2004)
Biel, Jonathan Tucker Directed by Marcus Nispel
you know about fear... doesn't even come close..."
Firner - Song to the Siren (US
movie trailer only. Appears on DVD extras)
was the singer of the now-defunct Minneapolis band Moneypenny. Only the forty-second
clip used in the trailer was recorded.
(English title The Bubble)
and directed by Eytan Fox.
Israeli movie looks at young people's lives in Tel Aviv through the POVs of gays
and straights, Jews and Arabs, men and women. The Bubble won six awards
at various international gay and lesbian film festivals.
Lider - Song to the Siren.
Abbie Cornish, Heath Ledger, Geoffrey Rush. Directed by Neil Armfield
poet (Ledger) falls in love with an art student (Cornish) who gravitates to his
bohemian lifestyle - and his love of heroin.
Candy was named best screenplay
by the Australia Film Institute and was nominated in seven other categories.
Arundell - Song to the Siren.
Tim Buckley - Song to the Siren.