The Big Lebowski

Big Lebowski
Category:Movie | Comedy | Crime

  • Genre: Soundtrack
  • Music By: Various artists
  • Released: 1998
  • Time: 00:51:39 + 01:13:54
  • Tagline: It takes guys as simple as the Dude and Walter to make a story this complicated... and they'd really rather be bowling. 

01. Bob Dylan - The Man In Me
02. Captain Beefheart - Her Eyes Are A Blue Million Miles
03. Elvis Costello - My Mood Swings
04. Yma Sumac - Ataypura
05. Piero Piccioni - Traffic Boom
06. Nina Simone - I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good
07. Moondog With Orchestra - Stamping Ground
08. Kenny Rogers & The First Edition - Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)
09. Meredith Monk - Walking Song
10. From The Opera 'Die tote Stadt' - Gluck das mir verblieb
11. Henry Mancini - Lujon
12. Gipsy Kings - Hotel California
13. Carter Burwell - Technopop
14. Townes Van Zandt - Dead Flowers

1. Sons Of The Pioneers - Tumbling Tumbleweeds
2. Esquivel - Mucha Muchacha
3. Monks - I Hate You
4. Mozart - Requiem In D Minor - Lacrimosa
5. Creedence Clearwater Revival - Run Through the Jungle
6. Booker T & The MGs - Behave Yourself
7. Dean Martin - Standing On The Corner
8. Debbie Reynolds - Tammy
9. Rustavi Choir - We Venerate Thy Cross
10. Creedence Clearwater Revival - Lookin' Out My Back Door
11. Modest Mussorgsky - Pictures At An Exhibition - Gnomus [The Gnome]
12. Santana - Oye Como Va
13. Teo Usuelli - Piacere Sequence
14. Branded Theme Song
15. Eagles - Peaceful Easy Feeling
16. Carter Burwell - Dick On A Case
17. Carter Burwell - Wie Glauben
18. Shawn Colvin - Viva Las Vegas

Recipe for making a White Russian: 2 parts vodka, 1 part coffee liqueur (such as Kahlua) and 1 part cream. Served with ice in a low ball glass.

The Dude drinks nine White Russians during the course of the movie.

The Dude says "man" 147 times in the movie, nearly 1.5 times a minute.

Almost all the music on the soundtrack is revealed to be playing on a radio at some point - the official term for this concept is "diegesis". Examples: "The Man in Me" in the first dream sequence fades out after The Dude wakes up, but we still hear it, tinny and distant on his Walkman. "Hotel California" plays through out the entire scene with Jesus at the bowling alley, and even during the brief flashback, apparently as a song playing on the alley's PA system. The big band music that plays as The Dude leaves his house fades and is heard playing on Da Fino's car radio as they talk. Additionally, at the beginning of the film, the opening song, "Tumblin' Tumbleweeds", fades into a muzak version of itself as the Dude shops for his creamer in the grocery store; when it cuts to the Dude outside the store, the song has faded back into its original version.


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