The Darjeeling Limited (Original Soundtrack)


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The Darjeeling Limited (Original Soundtrack)
Track Listing:

1. Where Do You Go To (My Lovely) - Peter Sarstedt
2. Title Music From Satyajit Ray's Film JALSHAGAR - Ustad Vilayat Khan
3. This Time Tomorrow - The Kinks
4. Title Music From Satyajit Ray's Film TEEN KANYA - Satyajit Ray
5. Title Music From Merchant Ivory's Film THE HOUSEHOLDER - Jyotitindra Moitra And Ustad Ali Akbar Khan
6. "Ruku's Room" From Satyajit Ray's Film JOI BABA FELUNATH - Satyajit Ray
7. "Charu's Theme" From Satyajit Ray's Film CHARULATA - Satyajit Ray
8. Title Music From Merchant Ivory's Film BOMBAY TALKIE - Shankar/Jaikishan
9. "Montage" From Nityananda Datta's Film BAKSA BADAL - Satyajit Ray
10. Prayer (Traditional) - Jodphur Sikh Temple Congregation
11. "Farewell To Earnest" From Merchant Ivory's Film THE HOUSEHOLDER - Jyotitindra Moitra And Ustad Ali Akbar Khan
12. "The Deserted Ballroom" From Merchant Ivory's Film SHAKESPEARE WALLAH – Satyajit Ray
13. Suite Bergamasque: 3. "Clair De Lune" - Alexis Weissenberg
14. "Typewriter Tip, Tip, Tip" From Merchant Ivory's Film BOMBAY TALKIE (Sung by Kishore Kumar & Asha Bhosle) - Shankar/Jaikishan
15. Memorial (Traditional)- Narlai Village Troubador
16. Strangers - The Kinks
17. Praise Him (Traditional) - Udaipur Convent School Nuns And Students
18. Symphony No. 7 In A (Op 92) Allegro Con Brio - Fritz Reiner, Chicago Symphony Orchestra
19. Play With Fire - The Rolling Stones
20. "Arrival In Benaras" From Merchant Ivory's Film THE GURU - Ustad Vilayat Khan
21. Powerman - The Kinks
22. Les Champs-Elysees - Joe Dassin

Director Wes Anderson's much anticipated film The Darjeeling Limited from Fox Searchlight stars Owen Wilson, Adrien Brody, Jason Schwartzman and Angelica Houston and offers one of the most eclectic soundtracks of contemporary films. The film, the story of a cross country train voyage by three disaffected brothers, is set to the music created by legendary Indian director Satyajit Ray for his own films as well as music from Merchant Ivory's early Indian films. The soundtrack also includes music by the Kinks, Peter Sarstedt, French pop singer Joe Dassin as well as the Rolling Stones. In the liner notes to the album, Anderson comments on the use of the music from Satyajit Ray and Merchant Ivory films, "I am very happy to have been allowed to use the music from these films, which cast such a spell over me, and I hope it will do the same for you in this new context."

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