Thursday 23 October 2008

Musical Lectures

My seven art history lectures in the first half of this term have featured an ever-widening range of music. Here is everything I can recall, whether it was a band performance, youtube video or background music to images; and in alphabetical order.

Blur "Country House" (video)
David Bowie "Everyone Says Hi" (live video) (and other tracks)
David Bowie "Modern Love" sung by a woman, possibly Astrid Young (background)
Dandy Warhols "We Used To Be Friends" (live video)
Enya "Only Time" (background music to a youtube video about Hitler)
Kaiser Chiefs "Modern Way" (background music)
Kraftwerk "Radioactivity" (live video)
Marilyn Manson "Mobscene" (video)
Michael Nyman: music from "The Draughtsman's Contract" soundtrack (background music)
Pet Shop Boys "Rent" (background music)
Roxy Music "Remake / Remodel" (live video)
The Velvet Underground "Venus In Furs" (background music)

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