Brian Reitzell — Tehran 1979 (w/ Debby Harry)
Album: American Gods OST
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Released: 2017
Length: 4:04
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I love cooking with RP.  Just about to put a sheet of Za'atar chicken in the oven...suddenly  feel like I should go to the bathroom and do a couple of lines.    
Only a 5 from me
Anyone know how old is this song is?
 yes...a bit like a song in the movie Midnight Express by Giogio Moroder..now I see that others posted similar opinions  westslope wrote:

The pace had a European feel to it.  

 



not abest mashup of Moroder's themes. :)

1. Midnight Express theme by Moroder. (oscar winning!)
2. i feel love by Moroder.

 ziggytrix wrote:

As a huge fan of the book I felt like "let's get on with it already" throughout much of season 1, but other than grumbling about the pace, I think it's pretty fantastic.

 
The pace had a European feel to it.  
 westslope wrote:

Not a film but a television series but most worthwhile IMO. Some of the strangest modern TV I have watched in a long time.  

Terrific music too.  Brian Retzell, eh?   Nice to hear it on RP.  

 
As a huge fan of the book I felt like "let's get on with it already" throughout much of season 1, but other than grumbling about the pace, I think it's pretty fantastic.
 robin_at_domani wrote:
A bit of Donna Summer


 robin_at_domani wrote:
... and Kraftwerk

 
Yes, Giorgio Moroder made no secret of his emulating the Kraftwerk/Conrad Plank sound when he produced "I Feel Love" with Donna Summer.  Reitzell is clearly paying homage to Moroder and Kraftwerk with this piece.  Having Debby Harry vocalizing on it was a brilliant idea.
a lot of Donna Summer 

robin_at_domani wrote:
A bit of Donna Summer

 


Debbie Summer? Hmm i like it!
 fredriley wrote:
I just missed this song, sadly, and haven't seen the film. However, I have read the Neil Gaiman book, twice, and can strongly recommend it. The strangest take on old gods since Terry Pratchett, which quite literally brings them down to Earth and humanises them. Gaiman is an accomplished fantasy writer, with a dark imagination. His book Neverwhere, set in the underground depths of London, is a dark and funny masterpiece, and very original (a hard task in the fantasy genre). He's also got a wicked sense of humour. I look forward to seeing the fillum when it comes around my way.

 
Not a film but a television series but most worthwhile IMO. Some of the strangest modern TV I have watched in a long time.  

Terrific music too.  Brian Retzell, eh?   Nice to hear it on RP.  
This is fun and yes it makes me want to play Donna Summer again but it peters out at the end. 
Cool song Blondie! Debby Harry is an icon.
The series based on the book (which I loved) is extremely good. For one, the author is involved in the writing and production. Higly recommended. As for the son, meh....
I'll keep the original(s), thanks.  This copy can pop itself straight into the bin.  Playing "I feel love" straight after just reinforces the problem.  My lad loves Garage Band too ...
I feel love. I feel love. I feel love. 
I just missed this song, sadly, and haven't seen the film. However, I have read the Neil Gaiman book, twice, and can strongly recommend it. The strangest take on old gods since Terry Pratchett, which quite literally brings them down to Earth and humanises them. Gaiman is an accomplished fantasy writer, with a dark imagination. His book Neverwhere, set in the underground depths of London, is a dark and funny masterpiece, and very original (a hard task in the fantasy genre). He's also got a wicked sense of humour. I look forward to seeing the fillum when it comes around my way.
... and Kraftwerk
A bit of Donna Summer