Michael I. Cohen of the film blog FLICKHEAD (it’s so much better capitalized) shares the kind of strange tale of obsession that most movie buffs can relate to. In his case, the nearly-decade long hunt for a song that accompanied a Kenneth Anger short.
“What impressed me about Rabbit’s Moon wasn’t the film itself — a seven-minute, black-and-white affair in which three clowns prance around in a moon-lit forest. No, what really caught my attention was the soundtrack — a demonic laugh kicked off a jaunty, organ-driven Beatlesque song that sounded like some half-forgotten top forty hit from the glam-rock era.”
The entire twisted tale, along with an mp3 of the song in question, can be found here.