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Giraffes on Horseback Salad (Original Soundtrack)

Quin Arbeitman, Pepe Deluxé, Josh Frank

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1
The Surrealist Woman (Opening Credits Theme Song)
Pepe Deluxé
4:28
2
Doing the Chez La Vie (feat. Frank Ferrante)
Quin Arbeitman; Frank Ferrante
3:31
3
Chico's Warm Up (feat. Frank Ferrante, Matt Roper)
Josh Frank; Frank Ferrante; Matt Roper
1:53
4
The Pull of the Harpstrings (feat. Kaoru Arai-Colucci)
Quin Arbeitman; Kaoru Arai-Colucci
5:37
5
Reel Change (feat. Owen Egerton)
Quin Arbeitman; Owen Egerton
6:31
6
Make Way (feat. Frank Ferrante, Matt Roper)
Josh Frank; Frank Ferrante; Matt Roper
1:49
7
What They Call Falling in Love (feat. Charlotta Kerbs, Brian Hemstock)
Quin Arbeitman; Charlotta Kerbs; Brian Hemstock
4:41
8
Intermission (feat. Owen Egerton)
Quin Arbeitman; Owen Egerton
7:39
9
The Shadow Plays (feat. Brian Hemstock)
Quin Arbeitman; Brian Hemstock
4:19
10
La Femme Surreal (feat. Frank Ferrante)
Quin Arbeitman; Frank Ferrante
5:25
11
Harpocratic Metamorphosis (feat. Natsumi Shibata, William Prunkl)
Quin Arbeitman; Natsumi Shibata; William Prunkl
3:01
12
Tomorrow Isn't Just Another Day (feat. Cast of Giraffes On Horseback Salad)
Quin Arbeitman; Cast of Giraffes On Horseback Salad
5:50
13
Lights Up (feat. Matt Roper, Owen Egerton)
Josh Frank; Matt Roper; Owen Egerton
2:25
14
Silent Track
Quin Arbeitman
2:17
15
Doing the Chez La Vie (Groucho's Night off Version / feat. Brian Baumgartner)
Quin Arbeitman; Brian Baumgartner
3:27
16
La Femme Surreal (Groucho's Night off Version / feat. Brian Baumgartner)
Quin Arbeitman; Brian Baumgartner
5:47
17
Groucho Retires the House, Hooray Hooray Hooray, and Two Hard Boiled Eggs (feat. Frank Ferrante, Owen Egerton)
Josh Frank; Frank Ferrante; Owen Egerton
1:30
Total Playing Time    70:10
Giraffes on Horseback Salad, also called The Surrealist Woman, was a screenplay written in 1937 by Salvador Dalí for the Marx Brothers. It was to be a love story between a Spanish aristocrat named "Jimmy" (to be played by Harpo Marx, with whom Dalí was friends) and a "beautiful surrealist woman, whose face is never seen by the audience." Dalí considered that the central theme of the film would be "the continuous struggle between the imaginative life as depicted in the old myths and the practical and rational life of contemporary society" and hoped that the film score could be written by Cole Porter. The screenplay was never produced.

With this release, the talented team of Quin Arbeitman and Pepe Deluxé bring life and music to the "greatest film never made," in homage to the surrealist movement and the absurdity of this incredible conception.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Lakeshore Records Studio Masters

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