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John From Cincinnati on DVD
Hang 10: HBO's Bringing the Series to DVD this Spring
HBO's John From Cincinnati is headed to DVD. The show's complete run of 10 episodes will be catching the waves on March 25th, along with Audio Commentary Tracks on two episodes by show creator David Milch, and a Behind-the-Scenes Featurette focusing on the sequences with the visions characters had in the "Day 5" episode. Cost on this package will be $59.99 SRP.

~ David Lambert, TVshowsonDVD.com, 12/03/2007

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Ep.1, His Visit: Day One Series premiere. The lives of three generations of surfers are upended by the appearance of a mysterious stranger. Ep.6, His Visit: Day Five Butchie orchestrates a reunion between Shaun and Tina; John helps Bill and Cissy face up to their pasts.
Ep.2, His Visit: Day Two Linc looks to infiltrate the Yost inner circle; Shaun competes in a surf competition, with unexpected results. Ep.7, His Visit: Day Six Linc's Stinkwood reign is challenged; Dwayne eyes Shaun's online future; Dr. Smith tends to an ailing Palaka; Ramon supervises the building of a shuffleboard court.
Ep.3, His Visit: Day Two Continued Paranormal activitiy continues to follow the Yosts; Mitch and Cissy take a time-out; John wows Kai. Ep.8, His Visit: Day Seven An ominous message from John strikes fear for Shaun's safety into the hearts of Imperial Beach denizens.
Ep.4, His Visit: Day Three John gets roughed up by some thugs; Kai connects with Butchie; Vietnam Joe brings Dr. Smith a new patient; Shaun's adult-film-star mother Tina arrives in Imperial Beach. Ep.9, His Visit: Day Eight Attempting to conjure some courage, Mitch tracks down a reclusive "chemist" in Mexico; Cissy heads up a citywide search team; Bill loses his feathered medium; Palaka's good-luck gift to Freddy ends up with Barry.
Ep.5, His Visit: Day Four Bill gets a strange mandate from Zippy; Tina lets the Yosts know she's back in town. Ep.10, His Visit: Day Nine Butchie and Kai wake up to a joyous revelation; Imperial Beach plays host to a makeshift parade organized by a revamped Stinkweed.
Theme Song Song Album
"Johnny Appleseed", performed by Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros.
The song that accompanies the opening credits for each episode.

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Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros - Global A Go-Go - Johnny Appleseed Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros - Global A Go-Go

HBO promo video Song Album
"The Perfect Ending", Harriet Street
Fronted by singer/songwriter Brian Cassagnol, the Boston quartet's lush musical textures expertly blend crashing guitars, soaring strings, and desperate, resonant vocals on dense rhythmic backdrops.
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Harriet Street - Cold and Comfortable - The Perfect Ending Harriet Street - Cold and Comfortable

Episode 1 "His Visit: Day One" Song Album
Canned Heat's "Goin' Up The Country"
While Vietnam Joe is giving John a ride into IB, Canned Heat's "Goin' Up The Country" can be heard playing on the radio.
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Canned Heat - The Best of Canned Heat - Going up the Country

Canned Heat - The Best of Canned Heat

"Sun/Rise/Light/Flies", performed by Kasabian
The closing song.
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Kasabian - Empire - Sun / Rise / Light / Flies Kasabian - Empire

Episode 2 "His Visit: Day Two" Song Album
"Tic", performed by Kava Kava
The song playing as Shaun waits in the surf tent.
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Kava Kava - Tic - EP - Tic

Kava Kava - Tic - EP

"Staring At The Sun", performed by TV on the Radio.
The closing song.
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TV On the Radio - Desperate Youth, Blood Thirsty Babes - Staring at the Sun

TV On the Radio - Desperate Youth, Blood Thirsty Babes

Episode 3 "His Visit: Day Two Continued" Song Album
Sarah Brightman singing "Time to Say Goodbye (Con te partiṛ)"
While sitting in his car outside the hospital, Freddy is listening to a solo version of Sarah Brightman singing "Time to Say Goodbye (Con te partiṛ)". He thinks it is the duet version with Sarah Brightman and Andrea Bocelli -- that is what prompts his comment, "This is where the blind dago is supposed to come in."
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Sarah Brightman - Classics - Time to Say Goodbye (Solo Version)

Sarah Brightman - Classics

Buddy Guy's rendition of John Lee Hooker's "Boogie Chillen"
Plays during Kai's vision.
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Buddy Guy & Junior Wells - Alone & Acoustic - Boogie Chillen

Buddy Guy & Junior Wells - Alone & Acoustic

"Feeling Good", performed by Muse.
The closing song.
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Muse - Origin of Symmetry - Feeling Good

Muse - Origin of Symmetry

Episode 4 "His Visit: Day Three" Song Album
Control Machete's "Unisono"
When Anglo stops his van to pick up John, Control Machete's "Unisono" is playing on the radio.
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Control Machete - Artilleria Pesada - Presenta - Unisono

Control Machete - Artilleria Pesada - Presenta

David Byrne (The Talking Heads) singing "Un di Felice, Eterea"
The scene that begins with Dr. Smith on the beach, cuts to John being healed by Vietnam Joe, and ends with Cass' vision of what has happened to John is accompanied by David Byrne singing "Un di Felice, Eterea".
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David Byrne - Grown Backwards - Un Di Felice, Eterea

David Byrne - Grown Backwards

Peter Gabriel's "In Your Eyes"
The music that Kai plays when she and Butchie are "hooking up" in her trailer is "In Your Eyes", written and performed by Peter Gabriel.
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Peter Gabriel - So - In Your Eyes

Peter Gabriel - So

"Over, Under, Sideways, Down" by The Yardbirds.
The closing song.
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The Yardbirds & Slash - Birdland - Over, Under, Sideways, Down

The Yardbirds & Slash - Birdland

Episode 5 "His Visit: Day Four" Song Album
"Tonight's the Night" by The Shirelles
As Tina relates to Butchie the story of how she left Baby Shaun on Cissy's doorstep, the juke box in the diner is playing "Tonight's the Night" by The Shirelles, from their 1961 album by the same name.
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The Shirelles - The Shirelles: 20 Greatest Hits - Tonight?s the Night

The Shirelles - The Shirelles: 20 Greatest Hits

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"Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood", by Elvis Costello.
The closing song.
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Elvis Costello - King of America - Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood

Elvis Costello - King of America



Episode 6 "His Visit: Day Five" Song Album

"And When I Die", Blood, Sweat & Tears.
During the the cookout sequence, Freddy and Bill collaborate on their own interpretation of "And When I Die", written by Laura Nyro and popularized by Blood, Sweat & Tears.
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Listen To Clip: Laura Nyro
Blood, Sweat & Tears
Blood, Sweat & Tears - Blood, Sweat & Tears - And When I Die



Laura Nyro
Laura Nyro - Live from Mountain Stage: Laura Nyro - And When I Die

Blood, Sweat & Tears
Blood, Sweat & Tears - Blood, Sweat & Tears



Laura Nyro
Laura Nyro - Live from Mountain Stage: Laura Nyro

"My Favorite Things", performed by John Coltrane
The closing song is a jazzy version of "My Favorite Things", performed by John Coltrane. Freddy plays a few bars of this song when he first plays his sax earlier in the episode.
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John Coltrane - The Very Best of John Coltrane - My Favorite Things

John Coltrane - The Very Best of John Coltrane

Episode 7 "His Visit: Day Six" Song Album
"Watching the Wheels", performed by Matisyahu
The closing song is a reggae version of John Lennon's "Watching the Wheels", performed by Matisyahu.
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Matisyahu - Instant Karma: The Amnesty International Campaign to Save Darfur - Watching the Wheels

Matisyahu - Instant Karma: The Amnesty International Campaign to Save Darfur

Episode 8 "His Visit: Day Seven" Song Album
"Tennessee Waltz", performed by Patti Page
During Barry's vision in the dilapidated motel bar, the juke box plays the "Tennessee Waltz", performed by Patti Page.
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Patti Page - Greatest Songs - Tennessee Waltz (Re-Recorded In Stereo)

Patti Page - Greatest Songs

"When Love Comes to Town", performed by B. B. King and U2
The closing song is "When Love Comes to Town", performed by B. B. King and U2.
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U2 & B.B. King - The Complete U2 - Rattle and Hum - When Love Comes to Town

U2 & B.B. King - Rattle and Hum

Episode 9 "His Visit: Day Eight" Song Album
"Hold On, I'm Coming", written and performed by Sam & Dave
Waiting for Shaun and John: The closing song is the blues standard "Hold On, I'm Coming", written and performed by Sam & Dave.
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Sam & Dave - The Essentials: Sam & Dave - Hold On! I'm Comin'

Sam & Dave - The Essentials: Sam & Dave

Episode 10 "His Visit: Day Nine" Song Album
"Series of Dreams", written and performed by Bob Dylan
uplifting music that accompanies John and Shaun as they surf in at the beginning of the episode is "Series of Dreams", written and performed by Bob Dylan.
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Bob Dylan - Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits, Vol. 3 - Series of Dreams

Bob Dylan - Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits, Vol. 3

"Long Tall Sally", Little Richard
The closing song is the R&B classic "Long Tall Sally", co-written and performed by Richard Penniman, aka Little Richard.
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Little Richard - Little Richard: All-Time Greatest Hits - Long Tall Sally

Little Richard - Little Richard: All-Time Greatest Hits



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