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I know, remember this chronicle? The one that finished up in...Jesus, November? I'm finally getting around to working on the soundtrack. Yes, I'd love some suggestions.

But here's the thing: I'm not doing songs for characters like I usually do. I'm doing songs for scenes, one per episode (I always envisioned this game as a TV show, probably on HBO or something). I've got 12, I think. I need 9 more.

So below the cut, I've got the episodes and the scenes I want to illustrate, with songs for the 12 I've filled in. Any help would be appreciated.

Season One: A Little Night Music

Session one Scene: Clarice breaking into the store. Song: "Dirty Laundry" by Bitter_Sweet.
Session two Scene: Herbert investigating Manov's apartment. "Take a Long Drink For Me," Royal Crown Revue.
Session three Scene: Discussion in restaurant. Song: "Straight, No Chaser"
Session four Scene: First visit to Jeb's. Song: "Everybody Knows," Leonard Cohen.
Session five Scene: Exploring the graveyard. "Summertime," Bille Holiday.
Session six Scene: Death of Cammila Lennon. Song: "I Cover the Waterfront," Billie Holiday.
Session seven Scene: Nehemiah's murder. "Evil Night Together," Jill Tracy.
Session eight Scene: Bascon du Chamois. "Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree," The Andrews Sisters.
Session nine Scene: Marriage license? Song: "Speaking of Happiness," Gloria Lynne.
Session ten Scene: Not going anywhere. "Autumn Leaves," Edith Piaf.

Season Two: The Man From Nova Roma
Session one Scene: Conversation with O'Neill (How things work in Terminus). Song: "You Look Like Rain," Morphine.
Session two Scene: Cops take on warlocks. Song: "Who's Got the Action?", Dean Martin.
Session three Scene: A Dance with Mr. O'Neill. Song: "If I Didn't Care," The Ink Spots.
Sessin four Scene: "We are the Few." Song: "Goodbye Blue Sky," Pink Floyd (Vitamin String Quartet).

Season Three: All the Little Pieces
Session one Scene: Battle aftermath. Song: "The Dawn Paints Me Grey," Firs of Prey.
Session two Scene: Heading to the swamp. Song: "I Hear Them All," Old Crow Medicine Show.
Session three Scene: "Escape" from Papa Miroir's. Song: "Brown Derby Jump," Cherry Poppin' Daddies.
Session four Flashback: The letter. "Daddy's Little Girl," Mills Brothers.
Session five Oubliette in the swamp. "Strange Fruit," Bille Holliday.
Session six The Big Reveal. "Beyond Here Lies Nothing," Bob Dylan.
Session seven The Wake. Song: "Mad World," Michael Andrews.

Date: 2010-08-04 03:42 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] heart-of-stars.livejournal.com
When I'm writing my horror/noir novel, I have a few favorite artists/albums - most of them aren't exactly "period", but they have the right feel:

Morphine - "Yes" & "The Night"
Royal Crown Revue - "Mugzy's Move" & "The Contender"
Jill Tracey - "Diabolical Streak" & "Bittersweet Constrain"
Sin City - Movie Soundtrack
Dem Brooklyn Bums - "There Goes the Neighborhood" & "Step Up to the Plate"
Lee Press-On & the Nails - "Playing Dirty" & "Swing Is Dead"

Date: 2010-08-04 10:24 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] danieltallon.livejournal.com
So . . . I should stop looking for a good song for Joe then?

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