Friday, September 4, 2015

Watch Karen O's "All Is Love" from Spike Jonze's movie of Maurice Sendak's 'Where The Wild Things Are'

Beloved children's author Marice Sendak died early today.

Watch Karen O's "All Is Love" from Spike Jonze's movie of Maurice Sendak's 'Where The Wild Things Are'

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Beloved children's author Marice Sendak died early today. His obituary is here. In 2009, Spike Jonze-directed a movie version of the Sendak's wondrous Where The Wild Things Are, and Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs composed and performed the music with a group of collaborators she dubbed The Kids. A video of "All Is Love" from the soundtrack with footage from the film is below.

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