Katie McD has also written and performed the music for Marina Carr’s Irish play, The Bog of Cats and for Lindsay Pinchbeck’s Stories of the Fairy Folk. She also worked on the soundtrack to Director Stephen Croke’s movie, The Busker. Katie McD is currently working on the soundtrack for an Irish movie, No Eye to Pity Her set in her native Galway city.

One Response to Soundtracks

  1. Sundaresan says:

    I remember watnhicg All That Jazz on cable repeatedly and religiously in Jr. High, ultimately taping it so I could watch whenever the mood struck. And it struck often. I had no idea then who Bob Fosse was or how autobiographical the film ended up. I’m not one for musicals mostly, but being about a guy who choreographed and hallucinated made it work for me; singing and dancing make sense in that context.The initial draw, of course, was a healthy amount of boobies; in those days of pre-internet hell pre-porn for me, period I took what I could get and the ladies of ATJ were breathtaking to me. I grew up however, with an unhealthy desire to date dancers (almost always a bad idea), pop pills, and smoke in the shower.Now, at 40, I’m long married to a Jazz choreographer, I’ve had cocktails over small talk with Lenora Nemetz, and I can do a passable timestep. Do I owe it all to the obsessive RewindPlayRewindPlay days of All That Jazz? Not really, but I still freaking love this movie. Great story, brilliant direction and cinematography, and hey the dancing ain’t bad either.Thanks for another fine album, ECR! It’s showtime, folks!

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