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RE: Cameron Crowe's Top 10 Music Moments - 29/9/2009 7:27:13 PM   
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1)TINY DANCER BY ELTON JOHN FROM ALMOST FAMOUS
2)THE END BY THE DOORS FROM APOCALYPSE NOW
3)PERFECT DAY BY LOU REED FROM TRAINSPOTTING
4)MAD WORLD BY GARY JULES FROM DONNIE DARKO
5)WHERE IS MY MIND BY THE PIXIES FROM FIGHT CLUB
6)SHE CAUGHT THE KATY BY THE BLUES BROTHERS FROM THE BLUES BROTHERS
7)HEAD OVER HEELS BY TEARS FOR FEARS FROM DONNIE DARKO
8)IM SHIPPIN UP TO BOSTON BY THE DROPKICK MURPHYS FROM THE DEPARTED
9)SON A PREACHER MAN BY DUSTY SPRINGFIELD FROM PULP FICTION
10)AMERICA BY SIMON AND GARFUNKEL FROM ALMOST FAMOUS

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RE: Cameron Crowe's Top 10 Music Moments - 10/10/2009 10:11:48 PM   
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My top pick would be John Cusack as Lloyd Dobbler in Say Anything standing outside of Diane Courts (Ione Skye) window hopelessly in love and holding that boom box over his head with Peter Gabriel's " In Your Eyes" blaring out of it.

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Wonderful use of Schubert's An die Musik in Angel at my... - 18/12/2009 5:05:02 AM   
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In Jane Campion's film, An Angel at my Table, about the New Zealand author Janet Frame, there is a scene in girls' school where the students, the teen-age Frame among them, are sitting in chapel, enraptured, as another girl on stage is butchering this incredibly beautiful song. The scene could have been played for humor, with the girls makinig faces, but Campion wants you to understand that no matter how badly it was being sung, Frame and her classmates heard what lay beneath what they were hearing. Later in the film, Frame has graduated and has her own classroom, when the principal, a martinet, come in to observe and find fault with her teaching. In the pivotal moment of the film, and perhaps her life, she walks out of the classroom, and the school, onto the sidewalk, stripping off her shoes and walking -- in tears, but free to begin her own life -- while An die Musik soars in the background, sung this time as was meant to be.

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