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Monday, November 2, 2015

The Dark Arts Playlist

Dark Arts is set in 1976, and while I was writing it I only listened to music that the characters would be able to hear in their cars, while they were partying, or that they could play on stage in various scenes. It really set the mood, and I shared a song I was listening to on the Facebook page daily as I was writing it.

The next natural step was to put a playlist of all that music together, and I think there's a great collection of pre-disco tunes on offer. Enjoy!



star said...

the playlist video doesn't play in the u.s.a. it says; 'this video contains content from UMG_MK. it is not available in your country. those not on facebook lose out again.

Randolph Lalonde said...

Facebook got exactly the same playlist, so this has nothing to do with the Blog vs Facebook, it's just messed up everywhere because of rights issues, there was no way I could know in advance.

Here's a list of tracks, I hope that helps.

Green River - CCR
Black Magic Woman - Fleetwood Mac
Children of the Grave - Black Sabbath
Wish you were here - Pink Floyd
White Room - Cream
La Grange - ZZ Top
Girl from Ipanema
American Woman - Guess Who
Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath
White Rabbit - Jefferson Airplane
Have you Ever Seen The Rain - CCR
Piece of my Heart - Janis Joplin
Light My Fire - The Doors
Fire - Arthur Brown
All Along the Watchtower - Jimi Hendrix
Don’t fear the reaper - Blue Oyster Cult
Simple Man - Lynyrd Skynyrd
I love the dead - Alice Cooper
Kashmir - Led Zeppelin
Hey You - Pink Floyd
Rock and Roll Band - Bsoton
Dust in the Wind - Kansas
You Really Got Me - Kinks
Come Together - Beatles
I put a spell on you - Screaming’ Jay Hawkins
Wicked annabella - The Kinks
Blackbird - Beatles
Slow Ride - Foghat
Eric Clapton - Layla (fast)
Boston - More than a feeling
Elton John - Your Song
AC/DC - Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
The Rolling Stones - You can’t always get what you want
Rush - Fly By Night
The Rolling Stones - Sympathy for the Devil
Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb
Louis Armstrong - What a wonderful World

star said...

thanks, you're the coolest! <3 *

Tracy Holmes said...

It was fun, and a little bit worrying at times too, to let us know the song you were listening to while writing Dark Arts. It really set the era of the book.