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Big Road Blues Discussion Forums 2006-04-24T06:49:56+00:00 2006-04-24T06:49:56+00:00 <![CDATA[RE: john lurie??]]>
It would be very hard to find any tab for any of John Lurie's music. My guess is that most of it is pretty much untranscribable.

If you are a Lurie/Jarmusch fan and haven't seen or heard the following, you should run right out and do so:

"Down By Law", film by Jarmusch, starring Lurie and Tom Waits, along with Ellen Barkin, Roberto Benigni. Soundtrack by Waits and Lurie is great.

"Stranger than Paradise" great film by Jarmusch, starring Lurie, with soundtrack by same.

"The Incredible Marvin Pontiac" CD ostensibly by Marvin Pontiac.

great stuff.

Statistics: Posted by chillywilly — Mon Apr 24, 2006 6:49 am

2006-04-10T01:13:47+00:00 <![CDATA[john lurie??]]> don't really know if this is the right place to ask, but I'm gonna try anyway.. Does anybody have any information (tabwise or tips)on the songs John Lurie performs on the Mystery train soundtrack (movie by Jim Jarmusch from '89)?On this lp john lurie and a certain Mark Ribot create this atmosphere on the electric guitar and banjo that's so eerie and beautiful at the same time. Since's I've only been playing for a few months, I can't figure out how to create that sound or which notes to play. I just don't come close enough to make it sound good. If anybody knows this album, I would be very thankful to hear some tips on how to play this kind of stuff.

Statistics: Posted by troublepants — Mon Apr 10, 2006 1:13 am