Favoriting Morricone Island with Devon E. Levins: Playlist from May 9, 2023 Favoriting

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Favoriting May 9, 2023: The Wicker Man

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Magnet/Paul Giovanni  The Wicker Man (Main Title)   Favoriting The Wicker Man  Trunk Records 
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Magnet/Paul Giovanni  Corn Rigs   Favoriting The Wicker Man  Silva Screen 
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Magnet/Paul Giovanni  The Landlord's Daughter   Favoriting The Wicker Man  Silva Screen 
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Magnet/Paul Giovanni  Loving Couples   Favoriting The Wicker Man  Trunk Records 
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Magnet/Paul Giovanni  Gently Johnny   Favoriting The Wicker Man  Silva Screen 
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Music behind DJ:
Magnet/Paul Giovanni 

Gently Johnny Outro Drums   Favoriting

The Wicker Man 

Trunk Records 

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Magnet/Paul Giovanni  Maypole   Favoriting The Wicker Man  Silva Screen 
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Magnet/Paul Giovanni  Beetle   Favoriting The Wicker Man  Trunk Records 
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Magnet/Paul Giovanni  Ruined Church   Favoriting The Wicker Man  Trunk Records 
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Magnet/Paul Giovanni  Fire Leap   Favoriting The Wicker Man  Silva Screen 
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Magnet/Paul Giovanni  The Tinker Of Rye   Favoriting The Wicker Man  Silva Screen 
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Willy O'Winsbury   Favoriting

Willow's Songs 

Finders Keepers 

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Miri It Is   Favoriting

Willow's Songs 

Finders Keepers 

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Magnet/Paul Giovanni  Willow's Song   Favoriting The Wicker Man  Silva Screen 
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Magnet/Paul Giovanni  The Masks   Favoriting The Wicker Man  Trunk Records 
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Magnet/Paul Giovanni  The Hobby Horse & Tarring   Favoriting The Wicker Man  Trunk Records 
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Magnet/Paul Giovanni  Searching For Rowan   Favoriting The Wicker Man  Silva Screen 
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Magnet/Paul Giovanni  Procession   Favoriting The Wicker Man  Trunk Records 
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Magnet/Paul Giovanni  Chop Chop   Favoriting The Wicker Man  Silva Screen 
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Music behind DJ:
Magnet 

Willow's Theme   Favoriting

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Finders Keepers 

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Magnet/Paul Giovanni  Horn At Cave - Cave Chase   Favoriting The Wicker Man  Trunk Records 
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Magnet/Paul Giovanni  Lullaby   Favoriting The Wicker Man  Silva Screen 
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Magnet/Paul Giovanni  Hum   Favoriting The Wicker Man  Trunk Records 
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Magnet/Paul Giovanni  Appointment with The Wicker Man   Favoriting The Wicker Man  Silva Screen 
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Magnet/Paul Giovanni  Summer Is A Coming In   Favoriting The Wicker Man  Silva Screen 
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Magnet/Paul Giovanni  Sunset   Favoriting The Wicker Man  Silva Screen 
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Listener comments!

Avatar 🎸 Swag For Life Member 7:57pm
ultradamno:

Devon! Castaways!
  8:03pm
Androu B.:

Ahoy, Devon & Island Dwellers!

BUR-NING MA-A-A-A-A-A-A-A-A-AN‼
Avatar 🎸 Swag For Life Member 8:06pm
ultradamno:

What this needs is a head covering full of bees
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:06pm
Feldy:

Funny, I just watched this again a week ago
Avatar 8:09pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Hullo
- great of course for Beltane time of year.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:10pm
chresti:

Hi Devon and islanders!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:12pm
chresti:

I've never watched the Wicker Man except clips.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:14pm
loveless:

↳ chresti @8:12
It's a great movie.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:14pm
mariano:

I love Edward Woodward, so I say this with all due respect, but reportedly when Laurence Olivier first saw his name in print, he said "Edward Woodward? Sounds like a fart in a bathtub." Which is kinda true when you say it.
Avatar 🎸 Swag For Life Member 8:15pm
ultradamno:

It's good. It's on Shudder now...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:16pm
mariano:

Another great film with EW is Breaker Morant, arguably his defining role. Amazing military courtroom drama set during the Boer War, based on a true story.
Avatar 8:16pm
TDK60:

Hello Devon. Wicker Man, spooky! Those Celt pagans.
  8:20pm
zenrebel:

Excellent film! My dad took me to see this film back in the early/mid 70’s. I was the same age as the missing girl & just remember loving the end!!! Wasn’t sure I was supposed to live this film, but I did. I have it on DVD & watch it every time they show it on Shudder or whatever horror channel plays it.
Avatar 8:21pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Folk Horror is a thing, apparently.
Avatar 8:22pm
Fox:

My first boyfriend had a clip of this as his answering machine message, so I've got bits of Wickerman dialogue burned into my memory.
Avatar 8:22pm
TDK60:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @8:21
Revrab: I've warned before about the horrors of folk. Be on your guard.
Avatar 8:23pm
Fox:

↳ Song: "Fire Leap" by "Magnet/Paul Giovanni"
Bbbbbut they are NAKED!

Naturally. It's much to dangerous to jump through fire with your clothes on.
Avatar 🎸 Swag For Life Member 8:23pm
ultradamno:

Shudder has a folk horror category, I don't know how much of it qualifies, but I watched a good on on there from Malaysia that does over the weekend called Roh
Avatar 8:24pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

A few days late for even Astrological Beltane - the precise Middle of technical ~ astronomical Spring & ♉︎Taurus
- nonetheless :
www.facebook.com...
Avatar 8:25pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Fox @8:23
Aye. Skyclad they be milad.
  8:25pm
Elle Tor’s Husband:

I saw the original Wickerman in the theater way back when. Years later a client loved the movie so much he had me crate a poster for a festival. I got way up in it. Lucky I didn’t get burned up
Avatar 8:26pm
I.M.Pufnstuf:

The Final Cut is being released in 4K video on June 21 in the UK. This is still only the 92 minute version. Apparently the 102 minute version(never seen) released on VHS in the 80s explains something that makes sense for the ending - that the policeman is a virgin.
Avatar 8:27pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ I.M.Pufnstuf @8:26
Interesting.
Avatar 8:28pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Elle Tor’s Husband @8:25
Still have it ??
  8:32pm
P-90:

Chris Lee in fine voice, regrettable he didn’t have more roles that included the opportunity to sing.
  8:34pm
Rick A:

Hi Devon and Islanders, I have this soundtrack and listen to it often. "Willow's Song" is my favorite track. It's just lushly, and lustfully, gorgeous.
Avatar 🎸 8:34pm
(Murakami Whywolf))):

'arse like a ski-slope'=='insufficiently callipygian'

Her judgement, not mine, I don't recall it one way or another.
Avatar 8:34pm
Fox:

↳ P-90 @8:32
No, but he did work on metal albums in his later years.
  8:34pm
P-90:

She sings through the wall, she also slaps the wall as she sings, another detail derived from actual Pagan magical practice.
  8:35pm
Rick A:

Fox, I like your new film segment on Wake & Bake. I anticipate your next review this Thursday.
  8:47pm
ron-ji:

This has been a fascinating trip into a single film tonight (I wish I hadn’t been multitasking through the middle). I’ve enjoyed past shows that were tributes to individual composers, but this is also an excellent approach for MORRICONE to explore.
  8:49pm
Rick A:

I saw The Wicker Man at a BAM special screening in early 2005. The ending really freaked me out. I have never forgotten it, the long ending shot of the setting sun.
Avatar 8:50pm
I.M.Pufnstuf:

How could you not get excited about Britt Ekland banging on your wall naked and singing? This movie still holds interest 50 years later! Christopher Lee stated it was his favorite movie...which is quite a compliment considering the amount of films he was in.
Avatar 🎸 8:54pm
(Murakami Whywolf))):

↳ I.M.Pufnstuf @8:50
True enough, but remember that he likely considered more of them awful than most of us would. I don't think he liked being in any of the Hammer Dracula films after the first, apart of course for the money. (His stepfather, or was it his father, or both, lost whatever money the family had gambling.)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:57pm
DjLorraine:

I saw the original in the 90's. I don't recall much. Maybe a revisit is in the future.
Avatar 🎸 8:57pm
(((Murakami Whywolf):

↳ I.M.Pufnstuf @8:50
If you believed that lust were a sin that could send you to Hell forever, and (worse!) saddened your loving Father and His Son, you'd have mixed feelings about it. It's not my belief, nor as common as it used to be, but it's important to remember how different people can be to each other….
  8:59pm
Rick A:

The Woodward character's Christian beliefs are key to the film's themes, including his resistance to Willow.
  8:59pm
Androu B.:

Thanks, Devon! Wicker Man is a movie i didn't take to when it first came out. But I have to admit, tonight's show has made me all the more curious to explore the franchise and the historic events that inspired it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:00pm
chresti:

Wow thanks Devon!
Avatar 9:00pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

~ TY Always DJ DEL ~
Avatar 9:01pm
I.M.Pufnstuf:

↳ (Murakami Whywolf))) @8:54
Some truth there...even though he is one of my favorite "Draculas" . I'm sure he enjoyed the themes and dialogue of The Wicker Man...a questioning of high morality and puritanism.
Avatar 9:02pm
I.M.Pufnstuf:

Thanks for this interesting show Del!
Avatar 🎸 9:48pm
(((Murakami Whywolf):

↳ I.M.Pufnstuf @9:01
I'm less inclined than some I've recently seen to see it as questioning Woodward. He is there to investigate a possible murder, and at least one other person, the sea-plane pilot, is murdered in cold blood by the islanders. I think the picture is firmly behind Woodward…and I think, from Lee's expression, that we are to believe that Lord Summerisle knows that the ritual will not work.
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