MOVIE NIGHT AT THE BYRD: THE BIG LEBOWSKI
Upstairs, All Ages
DOORS: 6:30 PM // SHOW: 7:00 PM
Join us for our next Movie Night at the Byrd!
MNATB is a chance to enjoy your favorite films with some of the best scores of all time. Stop by at 7PM to listen to the soundtrack on vinyl, then join us at 8PM in the Record Cafe for a full screening. PLUS, every event will have that movie's soundtrack available FOR SALE ON VINYL!
This week we're watching THE BIG LEBOWSKI
This one will be a special one, we will be partnering with Jailbreak Brewery in their seasonal debut of "White Russian" Cream Ale. More deets to come...
7PM: SOUNDTRACK LISTENING
8PM: FILM SCREENING
For the movie's directors, "the original music, as with other elements of the movie, had to echo the retro sounds of the Sixties and early Seventies". Music defines each character. For example, "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" by Bob Nolan was chosen for the Stranger at the time the Coens wrote the screenplay, as was "Lujon" by Henry Mancini for Jackie Treehorn. "The German nihilists are accompanied by techno-pop and Jeff Bridges by Creedence. So there's a musical signature for each of them", remarked Ethan Coen in an interview.
"The Man in Me" by Bob Dylan
"Her Eyes Are a Blue Million Miles" by Captain Beefheart
"My Mood Swings" by Elvis Costello and Cait O'Riordan
"Ataypura" by Yma Sumac
"Traffic Boom" Piero Piccioni
"I Got It Bad & That Ain't Good" by Nina Simone
"Stamping Ground" by Moondog
"Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)" by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
"Walking Song" by Meredith Monk
"Glück das mir verblieb" (from Die tote Stadt ) by LIona Steingruber, Anton Dermota and the Austrian State Radio Orchestra
"Lujon" by Henry Mancini
"Hotel California" by The Gipsy Kings
"Technopop" (Wie Glauben) by Carter Burwell
"Dead Flowers" by Townes Zandt
PLUS - we'll have specials all night for Tinder Tuesdays with Terry! Bring your bae for dinner and a movie, and enjoy discounts on bubbly.