This is the clip from Tabula Rasa that plays “Wash Away” by Joe Purdy. The overview of the survivors and music always remind me of their future on the island.
Since today is #LOST finale Anniversary day I thought I would post it here, as a reminder of show and how much we all loved it.
Video clip of #LOST star Matthew Fox on Ellen.
One of my early favorits parts is during “Tabula Rasa” when Hurley is sitting at the end the day listening to “Wash Away” by Joe Purty. As the camera pans everyone you can read what they are thinking, see who the survivors really are, their hopes, fears and can see who is carrying baggage that they will have to deal with over the next 6 seasons.
That video clip is one of the best of the early ones. All by itself it tells a story. Here is the link to the youtube clip. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpOjbS1bQnY&feature=colike
Found this today and have to share. If you liked #LOST and are a #LOSTies then you will like this piece.
“Before a screening of the last episode of LOST in Arlington, VA, fans talk about the show that defined a part of their lives.”
Sidekick22 reports that the first ALCATRAZ promo is running tonight during the World Series on FOX!
http://www.eonline.com has a short article about it (mostly copied here) and a link to a video for the Alcatraz promotion. Click here to go to the article and watch it.
It will be good to see Jorge stretch his acting muscles in another role. Loved him in Lost and am looking forward to seeming him on the screen again.
Ran across a tweet from today that I wanted to share. They passed along a link to a youtube video that used Joe Purdy’s song in “Tabula Rasa”. I had wondered what Hurley was listening to when this scene was playing and thanks to @LostTheShow I now have a new artist to listen to. Here is the Youtube link to a higher quality version that includes some of the background noise and a little bit of Michael Giacchino’s @m_giacchino great work.
After watching the series 3 times this video clip is one of the early ones that I really enjoy. It includes some brief good moments for some of the characters before life on the Island took an unexpected turn for them. For me the mysteries of the Island always was a background for how the characters developed on the show. Real life is a lot like that, just without the directors yelling cut and someone dubbing in music.
When I see these scenes I get a chance to reflect on the show and its characters. Which for me is one of the joys of being a Lostie. Love the show, Will watch it again occastionally and look forward to other TV shows that catch me like this one did.
Thanks to @LostTheShow for sharing.