V/A feat. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – Exposed: Beyond Burlesque (DVD, UK)

10 February 2014 Matchbox Films MBF040
V/A feat. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - Exposed: Beyond Burlesque (DVD, UK)
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NOTES:
The music used in this burlesque documentary includes The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion songs Chicken Walk (46m 16s – 47m 18s) (Crypt Style / The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion) and The World of Sex (1hr 08m 21s – 1hr 09m 02s) (Extra Width).

“EXPOSED profiles eight women and men who use their nakedness to transport us beyond the last sexual and social taboos that our society holds dear. These cutting edge performers — operating on the far edge of burlesque.”

Director: Beth B

Official Site: www.exposedmovie.com/
Full Music Credits: http://www.exposedmovie.com/music.shtml
IMDB info: www.imdb.com/title/tt2649370/

SONG CREDITS:
Original Music: Jim Coleman / J.G. Thirlwell

Mat Fraser & Julie Atlas Muz – It’s Only a Paper Moon
Writers: E.Y. “Yip” Harburg / Harold Arlen / Billy Rose

Plastic Bertrand – Ça Plâne Pour Moi
Writers: Francis Jean Deprijck / Yves Maurice A. Lacomblez

Louis Prima Jr. & the Witnesses – Night Train
Writer: by Jimmy Forrest

Screamin’ Jay Hawkins – I Put a Spell on You
Writer: Screamin’ Jay Hawkins

Souvenir – Harley Davidson
Writer: Serge Gainsbourg

The Hit Co. – Crazy Bitch
Writers: J. Gruber / K. Nelson

The Children – Charred Raver
Writers: The Children

Cop Shoot Cop – Relief
Writers: Tod Ashley / Jim Coleman

Cop Shoot Cop – Heads I Win, Tails You Lose
Writers: Cop Shoot Cop

The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – Chicken Walk
[Credits from The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion (LP, UK)]
Writers: Spencer / Explosion
Published: Dirty Shirt, BMI
Recorded and Mixed by Kramer at Noise NY, NYC, July 1991

The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion – The World of Sex
[Credits from Extra Width + Mo’ Width [2010] (2xCD, US)]
Recorded: Memphis at Easley Recording, Nov 23-24 ’92 and in NYC at Waterworks Recording, Jul 30 and Dec 3 ’92.
Mixed: Waterworks, Jan ’93.
Engineered: Doug Easley and Davis McCain (Memphis) and Jim Waters (NYC).
Produced by Jon Spencer.
All Songs: Spencer/Explosion. Published: Dirty Shirt, BMI

Jim Coleman – Exposed Theme
Writer: Jim Coleman

Elysian Fields – Just Once
Writers: Jennifer Charles / Oren Bloedow

JG Thirlwell – Ice Blast
Writer: JG Thirlwell

JG Thirlwell – Boast
Writer: JG Thirlwell

Greg Garing – Down by The Seashore
Writer: Greg Garing

Jim Coleman & Micheline Van Hautem (Sinner G) – City
Writers: Jim Coleman / Micheline Van Hautem (Sinner G)

Jim Coleman & Micheline Van Hautem (Sinner G) – Take Me Home
Writers: Jim Coleman / Micheline Van Hautem (Sinner G)

MonkeyWorks – Where I Was Want to Be
Vocals: Micheline Van Hautem
Music: Ian Smit
Lyrics: Beth B

Brian Lease, Kyle Forester and Eric Farber – Danzon With Julie, A Harvest Rendevous, Beaver Fever
Writers: Brian Lease / Kyle Forester / Eric Farber

Ian Smit & MonkeyWorks – The Rabbi 1, 2, 3, 4
Writers: Ian Smit / MonkeyWorks

Jim Coleman – Moon Man, Spook in The House, Under House, Sideways
Writer: Jim Coleman

Ian Smit & MonkeyWorks – The Battle Hymn of The Republic
Vocals: Mat Fraser & Micheline Van Hautem
Music: William Stette
Lyrics: Julia Ward Howe
Arranged: Ian Smit / MonkeyWorks

David Wolfert & Jon Jason Appleton – A Walk in The Country
Writers: David Wolfert / Jon Jason Appleton

Kat yn ‘t Seil – Langdans
Writer: M.F.W. Kruijswijk

Jim Coleman & Beth B – Good Times
Writer: Jim Coleman

SLEEVE NOTES:
“Beth B takes us into the 21st century underground and reveals a secret world where cutting-edge performers are taking hold of a taboo art form, Burlesque, and driving it to extremes that most people have never seen.

It’s satire. It’s parody. It’s a populist blend of art and entertainment that gives new meaning to the word “transgression.” Above all, it’s a lot of fun, and it will blow your mind/ Beyond Burlesque features eight female and male artists who use their nakedness to transport us beyond the last sexual and social taboos.”

DETAILS:
ARTWORK: [unknown]

BARCODE: 5 060103 793709

MATRIX: “Sony DACD IFPILY34 MBF040 02”

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