In this week's issue of Phoenix New Times, we profiled Queens of Country, a new movie filmed on location in Cave Creek, Arizona, which debuts this weekend at the Phoenix Film Festival.
In this episode UOTS: The Podcast, we speak with Ron Livingston (Office Space), who stars opposite of Lizzy Caplan (Party Down, Hot Tub Time Machine) in the film, and we listen to exclusive clips from the film's score by Isaac Brock (Modest Mouse, Ugly Casanova), and some country classics from the score, as well as tunes from the new Lee Hazlewood retrospective on Light in the Attic Records, tunes from North Dakota, No Age, and more.
What you're hearing: Surfside IV, "Beer Donkey," Lee Hazlewood, "If It's Monday Morning," North Dakota, "La La La," Jeff Phelps, "Experts from Autumn," Wanda Jackson, "Right Or Wrong" (Recorded live at Mr. Lucky's on Grand Avenue, 1969), Isaac Brock, "Trophy Room" and "Sadness" (from Queens of Country original score), Loretta Lynn, "Your Squaw is on the Warpath," Dirty Beaches, "Goodbye Honolulu," No Age, "Fever Dreaming," Jon Porras, "Blue Crescent Vision," Woods, "Military Madness" (Graham Nash cover), Randy Randall (of No Age), Bradford Cox (Deerhunter), and Jim Jarmusch, "Cortez the Killer" (Neil Young)
Where to hear it:
Queens of Country debuts at Phoenix Film Festival on Saturday, March 31.
No Age is scheduled to perform on Saturday, March 31 at Yucca Tap Room in Tempe.
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