You are bidding on a super rare import of The Big Lebowski soundtrack on 180 gram black vinyl. This is exactly what a huge Big Lebowski fan needs to complete their collection. This was only opened to take the pictures, it is brand new never played record. Mastered from original tapes. If you have any questions feel free to askA1 Bob Dylan – The Man In Me Written-By, Performer – Bob Dylan 3:08 A2 Captain Beefheart – Her Eyes Are A Blue Million Miles Performer – Captain Beefheart, Magic Band, The Written-By – Don Vliet* 2:54 A3 Elvis Costello – My Mood Swings Bass – Greg Cohen Drums – Jim Keltner Engineer, Mixed By – Roger Moutenot Guitar – Marc Ribot Other [Production Coordinator] – Valerie Pack Performer, Vocals, Guitar – Elvis Costello Producer – T Bone Burnett* Written-By – Cait O'Riordan, Elvis Costello 2:10 A4 Yma Sumac – Ataypura Performer – Yma Sumac Written-By – Moises Vivanco 3:03 A5 Piero Piccioni – Traffic Boom Written-By, Performer – Piero Piccioni 3:15 A6 Nina Simone – I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good Performer – Nina Simone Written-By – Duke Ellington, Paul Francis Webster 4:07 A7 Moondog With Orchestra – Stamping Ground Performer – Moondog (2) Written-By – Louis Hardin (aka Moondog)* 5:16 A8 Kenny Rogers & The First Edition – Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In) Performer – Kenny Rogers & The First Edition Written-By – Mickey Newbury 3:20 B1 Meredith Monk – Walking Song Written-By, Performer – Meredith Monk 2:55 B2 Erich Wolfgang Korngold – "Glück Das Mir Verblieb" From The Opera "Die Tote Stadt" Performer – Anton Dermota, Austrian State Radio Orchestra, The, Ilona Steingruber Written-By, Conductor – Erich Wolfgang Korngold 5:07 B3 Henry Mancini – Lujon Written-By – Henry Mancini 2:38 B4 Gipsy Kings – Hotel California Performer – Gipsy Kings, The* Written-By – Don Felder, Don Henley, Glenn Frey 5:47 B5 Carter Burwell – Wie Glauben Written-By, Producer – Carter Burwell 3:21 B6 Townes Van Zandt – Dead Flowers Performer – Townes Van Zandt Written-By – Mick Jagger and Keith Richards* 4:47 Track A2 is credited to only Captain Beefheart as artist and performer on the release, but was actually first released on the album Clear Spot in 1972 by Captain Beefheart And The Magic Band.