Tumbling Tumbleweeds • Sons of the Pioneers 1m Movie opens, camera follows a tumbleweed. The narrator is talking about 'The Dude' and Las Angeles. And play on the Jukebox again at 0:59 when the Stranger appears with wisdom for The Dude. Mucha Muchacha • Esquivel 14m 'The Dude' finds Bunny painting her toes by the pool. I Hate You • The Monks 16m Playing at the bowling alley during a league game. Smokey steps over the line, Walter tells him to mark it zero and pulls out his gun. Her Eyes Are A Blue Million Miles • Captain Beefheart 19m The Dude mixes a drink and does Tai Chi on the rug while listening to messages on his answering machine. Requiem in D Minor • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 21m The 'Dude' Lebowski arrives at The rich Lebowski's house. He is waiting by the fire. He informs the 'Dude' that Bunny was kidnapped. Hotel California • The Gipsy Kings 24m Jesus bowls in his purple suit. He licks the bowling ball first. Run Through The Jungle • Creedence Clearwater Revival 33m The Dude and Walter make the drop off. This song plays in the car. Walter jumps out of the car. Behave Yourself • Booker T. and The M.G.s 37m The Dude and Walter bowling after the botched hand-off. Dude's phone is ringing. Walking Song • Meredith Monk 42m The Dude walks in to Maude's studio where she is creating a painting suspended by ropes and being pulled along the hall. Traffic Boom • Piero Piccioni 45m The theme from the porno Maude shows The Dude Standing On The Corner • Dean Martin 48m Dude's limo ride home from Maude's. Tammy • Debbie Reynolds 52m In the "family restaurant", during the Dude and Walter's profanity-laced dialogue about kidnapping and toes cut off, Debbie Reynolds' song "Tammy" plays in the background. We Venerate Thy Cross • The Rustavi Choir 1h 1m The Dude visits Maude's and meets Knox Harrington. My Mood Swings • Elvis Costello 1h 4m The Dude is listening to this song through headphones while being examined by Maude's Doctor. Looking Out My Back Door • Creedence Clearwater Revival 1h 5m Playing in the Dude's car after he gets it back, after leaving the Doctor's office. Pictures At An Exhibition • Modest Mussorgsky 1h 6m Dude's neighbor does his dance cycle rehearsal. Oye Como Va • Santana 1h 13m They drive home with fast food burgers, after Walter destroys the strangers car. Lujon • Henry Mancini 1h 13m The dude is talking with Jacky Treehorn. Jacky takes a call. Ataypura • Yma Sumac 1h 14m They are throwing up a topless woman at Jackie Treehorns house. Piacere Sequence • Teo Usuelli 1h 18m As Jacky Treehorn comes back in to talk with The Dude mixes a second caucasian and The Dude passes out. Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In) • Kenny Rogers and The First Edition 1h 20m The Dude has a surreal dream about bowling and Maude, after Jacky Treehorn drugs him. Peaceful Easy Feeling • Eagles 1h 22m Playing in the Taxi cab, when the dude says he hates the Eagles. The driver kicks him out. Viva Las Vegas • Richard Johnson 1h 23m Bunny is singing to this song in her car. I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good • Nina Simone 1h 24m Maude and the Dude lie in bed together. They talk about Maude's father while The Dude makes himself a drink Wie Glauben • Carter Burwell 1h 40m The Dude, Donnie and Walter are confronted by the nillhists outside the bowling alley while The Dude's car burns in the background. Dead Flowers • Townes van Zandt 1h 44m After they scatter Donnies ashes. Shots of the bowling alley. The cowboy narrates and the song plays into the credits. Viva Las Vegas • Shawn Colvin 1h 53m Closing credits after Dead Flowers.
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There's this nice instrumental jazzy music playing just before "Stamping Grounds" by Moon Dog (and later on at some point), which seems to not be included in soundtrack listings.
Anyone know who played it, and what it's called?
So in The Big Lebowski, there is another song that plays after Lujon while the Dude is at Jackie Treehorn's house. Any idea what it is?