Father John Misty Brilliantly Imitates The Velvet Underground In “Shangri-La Suite” Soundtrack [Audio]

first_imgThe soundtrack for Eddie O’Keefe’s new film Shangri-La Suite is sounding mighty nice. The Mondo Boys‘ Mike Griffin and Mike Schanzlin shared a 30-minute mixtape of the soundtrack, which includes a rendition of the Velvet Underground‘s “Who Loves the Sun” as sung by sir Joshua Tillman of Father John Misty.Listen to the Loaded opener at the 2:59 mark below, and give the full tape a spin while you’re at it: Tracklisting:00:00 – Troubled Girl01:22 – The Chase02:59 – Who Loves The Sun [feat. Father John Misty]*05:37 – The Law on Their Tail06:10 – Elvis [featuring Burt Reynolds]07:31 – Baby Don’t Let Me Go [feat. Scot Bruce]09:09 – Road Dream10:37 – Bathroom Tiles [feat. Baby Chuck]~12:27 – Kill Elvis13:14 – I Don’t Wanna Die [feat. Emily Browning]17:15 – Shangri-La Suite20:07 – Elvis’ Dream [feat. Ron Livingston & Springtime Carnivore]21:26 – The Escape Pt 222:22 – I Found A Reason [feat. Jonathan Rado]*25:21 – Found Poem by Karen Bird26:02 – First In Line [feat. Scot Bruce]**Words and Music written by: Griffin/Schanzlin (Mondo Boys)*Written by Lou Reed / Velvet Underground~Written by Baby Chuck**Written by Weisman and SchroederString arrangements by Paul CartwrightHorn arrangements by Todd SimonPerformances by:Mike Griffin, Mike Schanzlinwith Thomas Carroll (drums), Paul Cartwright (violin), Sean O’Malley (harmonica), Todd Simon (trumpet), Tracy Wannomae (saxophone)Vocal Performances by:Emily Browning, Scot Bruce, Ron Livingston, Greta Morgan, Matt O’Keefe, Jonathan Rado, Joshua Tillmanlast_img read more

This Newport home showcases waterfront living at its best

first_img129 Griffith Road, Newport“It’s like having three blocks,” Mr Beedham said.He built the gazebo next to the pool with outdoor kitchen and upgraded the entertainment area with adjoining firepit.There is also a large lawn area that extends to the canal with a private pontoon. 129 Griffith Road, NewportTHIS waterfront home embraces outdoor living, with three separate spaces to relax and entertain guests.The abundance of space was part of the reason Robert Beedham bought the property at 129 Griffith Rd, Newport, two years ago. 129 Griffith Road, Newport“That flows off the bar room too. We love sitting there on the back lawn with bean bags looking up at the canal.”The home sits on a 955sq m corner block.It has four bedrooms on the top floor, all of which have built-in wardrobes. 129 Griffith Road, NewportThe ground floor has a combined lounge and dining area that connects to the kitchen and flows through to the meals and family room.The family room opens up to the outdoor patio.An office on the ground floor has the potential to be converted into a fifth bedroom.center_img 129 Griffith Road, NewportMore from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019Mr Beedham said the canal side was his favourite spot to spend time with his wife.“Definitely the canal side entertainment area with the outdoor kitchen and TV,” Mr Beedham said. 129 Griffith Road, NewportMr Beedham has renovated the property extensively since moving in to bring it up to a more modern standard.“I did downstairs a year ago – I just finished upstairs two weeks ago,” Mr Beedham said.He and his wife have moved to a property closer to his parents.“Otherwise, I was happy to live there forever,” Mr Beedham said.The home also has a three-car lockup garage, side access and airconditioning.last_img read more