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  1. HielanLass

    Jazz song in "Gamma Rays"

    Does anyone know the name of the song that Joanne Woodward plays at the junk shop in "The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man in the Moon Marigolds"? It's a very peppy jazz song with a whistled main melody. Google is failing me on any sort of soundtrack listing, and there aren't any lyrics so I can't go that route either. Any assistance appreciated!
  2. Les Stances a Sophie is a French New Wave Film directed by Academy Award winner Moshe Mizrahi. The film is very notable for one of my favorite jazz albums. The story of the band who recorded it--The Art Ensemble of Chicago--is a great tale in and of itself, but the soundtrack is a work of beauty. But I can't find this film for the life of me! I did request it but they only very rarely take requests. Nothing on Wikipedia, Amazon has nothing, and could only find traces of it online. I know for a fact it is not lost, as a blog recently reviewed it, but I just want to see this movie.

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