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Vineland Playlist

Songs and artists mentioned in Vineland

Many of these songs and artists are also featured in Inherent Vice.

8: “Theme from Jeopardy” (Julann or Merve Griffin)
18: “Purple Haze” (Jimi Hendrix, 1967)
26: “Meet the Flintstones” (Hoyt Curtin, 1960)
28: “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida”, Iron Butterfly (1968)
33: “Meet the Flintstones” (Hoyt Curtin, 1960)
36: “Are You Lonesome Tonight” (Lou Handman/Roy Turk, 1926)
36: “One for My Baby (And One More for the Road)” (Harold Arlen/Johnny Mercer, 1943)
36: “Since I Fell for You” (Buddy Johnson, 1945)
37: Dick Dale (*1937), American surf rock guitarist
38: “Pipeline” (Brian Carman/Bob Spickard). Recorded by The Chantays, 1962.
39: Frank Zappa (1940–1993), American musician
41: Elvis Presley (1935–1977), American singer and guitarist
43: “T.V. Crazy”, Little Charlie & the Nightcats (1987)
47: “La Marseillaise” (Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle, 1792)
59: “Volare (Nel blu dipinto di blu)” (Domenico Modugno/Franco Migliacci, 1958)
64: “Do You Believe in Magic?” (John Sebastian, 1965; originally performed by The Lovin’ Spoonful)
65: “Tiny Bubbles” (Martin Denny/Leon Pober, 1966; originally performed by Don Ho)
65: “Godzilla, King of the Monsters” (Akira Ifukube, 1956)
73: “In the Midnight Hour”, Wilson Pickett (1941–2006), American singer and songwriter
75: “Frenesi” (Artie Shaw (1910–2004), 1940)
76: “The Commonwealth of Toil” (Ralph Chaplin (1887–1961), American artist, labor activist, and writer)
76: Joe Hill (1879–1915), Swedish-American hobo, union leader, singer, and songwriter
78: Anson Weeks (1896–1969), American band leader and composer
78: “Star-Spangled Banner”
78: Kate Smith (1907–1986), American singer
78: Billie Holiday (1915–1959), American jazz singer
78: Ramón Raquello, band leader
78: “La Cumparsita” (Gerardo Matos Rodríguez, 1916)
79: 298th Army Band
79: “I’ll Remember April” (Gene de Paul/Patricia Johnston/Don Raye, 1941)
79: “Them There Eyes” (Maceo Pinkard/Doris Tauber/William Tracey, 1930)
85: Johnny Cash (1932–2003), American country singer and songwriter
94: Giachino Rossini (1792–1868), Italian composer
94: San Francisco Symphony
96: “More (Theme from Mondo Cane)” (Riz Ortolani/Nino Oliviero, 1962)
96: “Senza fine (from Flight of the Phoenix)” (Frank De Vol, 1965)
96: “Al di là” (Carlo Donida/Mogol, 1962)
96: “C’è la luna”, Sicilian folk song
96: “Way Marie”
96: “Cielo e mar” from La Gioconda (Amilcare Ponchielli/Arrigo Boito, 1876)
96: “Ave Maria” (most likely Charles Gounod/Johann Sebastian Bach, 1853)
98: “Volare (Nel blu dipinto di blu)” (Domenico Modugno/Franco Migliacci, 1958)
99: “Theme from Hawaii Five-O” (Morton Stevens, 1968)
101: Suite from Tosca (Giacomo Puccini, 1900)
103: “McGarrett’s Theme” from Hawaii Five-O (Morton Stevens, 1968)
115: “Wake Up Little Susie” (Felice and Boudleaux Bryant, 1957) performed by The Everly Brothers
117: The Doors, American rock band
117: Jimi Hendrix (1942–1970), American guitarist
117: Jefferson Airplane, American acid rock band
117: Country Joe and the Fish, American folk rock band
133: “People Are Strange (When You’re a Stranger” (Robby Krieger/Jim Morrison, 1967), performed by The Doors
138: “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” (Harry Warren/Al Dubin, 1933), performed by Tony Bennett, 1950
165: Acker Bilk (1929–2014), British jazz clarinetist
165: “Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows (Marvin Hamlisch/Howard Liebling, 1965), performed by Alvin and the Chipmunks
167: Andrew Lloyd Webber (*1948), British composer
178: “Also sprach Zarathustra” (Op. 30) (Richard Strauss, 1896), i.e. tune of 2001: A Space Odyssey
180f: “Theme from The Adventures of Chip ’n’ Dale” (Gil George/Oliver Wallace, 1959)
187: Bernard Herrmann (1911–1975), American conductor and composer
187: “Psycho” music from (Bernard Herrmann, 1960)
190: “Ghostbusters” (Ray Parker Jr., 1984)
190: “Louie Louie” (Richard Berry, 1955), recorded by The Kingsmen, 1963
191: “Kick Out the Jams” (MC5, 1969)
193: “Winter Wonderland” (Felix Bernard/Richard B. Smith, 1934)
193: “Let It Snow” (Jule Styne/Sammy Cahn, 1945)
193: “Cold, Cold Heart” (Hank Williams, 1951)
193: “I’ll See You Again” (Noël Coward, 1929)
193: “Drink, Drink, Drink” (Sigmund Romberg/Dorothy Donnelly, 1924)
205: The Mike Curb Congregation, American band
209: Led Zeppelin, English rock band
224: Jaco Pastorius (1951–1987), American bass player and composer
225: “Who’s Sorry Now” (Ted Snyder/Bert Kalmar/Harry Ruby, 1923)
225: “I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues” (Harold Arlen/Ted Koehler, 1932)
225: “Don’t Get Around Much Anymore” (Duke Ellington/Bob Russell, 1940)
225: “As Time Goes By” (Herman Hupfeld, 1931)
238: “The Worms Crawl In” (a.k.a. “The Hearse Song”), unknown origin
247: Blue Cheer, American rock band
264: Madonna (*1958), American singer and songwriter
265: Willie Nelson (*1933), American singer, songwriter, and guitarist
279: Pink Floyd, British rock band
279: Jimi Hendrix (1942–1970), American guitarist
281: “Louie Louie” (Richard Berry, 1955)
281: “Wooly Bully” (Domingo Samudio, 1965)
281: Frank Zappa (1940–1993), American musician
287: “Of Thee I Sing” (George and Ira Gershwin, 1931)
290: “Down Among the Sheltering Palms” (Abe Olman/James Brockman/Leo Wood, 1914)
290: “Crazeology” (Charlie Parker, year unknown)
290: “Klactoveedsedsteene” (Charlie Parker, year unknown)
290: Charlie Parker (1920–1955), American saxophone player
290: Miles Davis (1926–1991), American trumpet player
290: Dizzy Gillespie (1917–1993), American trumpet player
303: Augustín Lara (1897–1970), Mexican singer, actor, and songwriter
309: Charles Manson (*1934), American criminal and musician
309: Wild Man Fischer (1944–2004), American musician
309: Tiny Tim (1932–1966), American singer and ukulelist
312: “Do-Re-Mi” (Richard Rodgers/Oscar Hammerstein II, 1959), performed by Julie Andrews (*1935), English actress and singer, in The Sound of Music
312: The Surfaris, American surf rock band
314: The Best of Sam Cooke (1962)
319: The Osmonds, American family music group
325: “Toccata and Fugue in D minor”, BWV 565, attributed to Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750), published 1833.
325: “Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme”, BWV 140 (Johann Sebastian Bach, 1731)
328: “Maybellene” (Chuck Berry, 1955)
330: Elvis Presley
330: “I Fall to Pieces” (Patsy Cline, 1961)
341: “Theme from The Smurfs” (Hoyt Curtin, 1981)
345: “El paso” (Marty Robbins, 1959)
350: Pérez Prado (1916–1989), Mexican bandleader musician, and composer
362: “Polka Dots and Moonbeams” (Jimmy Van Heusen/Johnny Burke, 1940)
362: “In the Mood” (Wingy Manone/Andy Razaf, 1939)
362: “Moonlight Serenade” (Glenn Miller/Mitchell Parish, 1939)
368: “Theme from Gilligan’s Island” (Sherwood Schwartz/George Wyle, 1964)
374: “Take It to the Limit” (Randy Meisner/Don Henley/Glenn Frey, 1975) from Greatest Hits by the Eagles
378: Paul McCartney (*1942), English singer, bass player, and songwriter
380: “Your Cheatin’ Heart” (Hank Williams, 1952)
384: “Johnny B. Goode” (Chuck Berry, 1958)

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