Once again our playlist includes tracks that have been playing here lately….must say there is a tendency towards chill out and songs to listen under the song mood. From J.J. Cale to Marlon Williams and also Pharell Williams, to Ofege and also a cover of “You Can Call Me Al”…a mix of relaxed genres to enjoy on this glorious day! Tuesday Playlist No. 60: #NowPlaying
I thought I would take a detour from our usually themed playlist to bring you 15 tracks I have been listening to lately. I think will also do more of that on my future Tuesday Playlists. M.A.K.U. Soundsystem, Bob Dylan, New Order, Jamie XX, James Bay, Tito Alberti Y Su Orquesta and many more. Those of you who know me might also now that the 15 tracks include recent releases, songs that I had not heard before and songs that popped up again that I have always loved or did not pay attention to before but now have.
Today is my brother´s birthday. Great excuse to make a playlist with songs about brothers. Happy birthday Felipe!
There has been a lot on the new lately due to the Panama Papers. Also, April is the end of the tax year here in the UK, so what else could we do but create a playlist with 15 great songs related to paying contributions, duty, tolls, tributes or whatever you want to call it. It is a secret to no one that the wealthiest out there use loopholes to avoid paying taxes, but it is news that there is finally evidence and documents to prove it. The scandal has already claimed some victims, with the resignation of the president Read more »
The telephone goes “ring, ring, ring” although nowadays it “blings”…this device that allows us to communicate to people all over the world while maintaining the intimacy of listening to someone´s voice…that miracle of men´s genius is the subject of our playlist. Here are 15 tracks from old to new, from the time where there was a rotary dial to know where you just get Siri to dial that number for you…enjoy 🙂 Featured image taken from http://www.theoldtelephone.co.uk/images/Belgian/Belgian%20Green_facing_right.jpg
this week´s playlist features 15 songs from great female – male duets through the decades and of course, current ones…from Fiona Apple and Andrew Bird, to Louis and Ella to Natalia LaFourcade and Devendra Banhart and different styles also for your listening pleasure…hope you enjoy!
Eyes. What is it about those organs through which we see that fascinate and hypnotize us? Why do people say they get lost looking into other people´s eyes? Why are they called the window to the soul? Why do people say when someone has an insight they have opened their eyes? Whether only for their biological function or something deeper there are a lot of songs to pay tribute to those wonderful orbs…here are 15 of our favorites, from Andrew Bird, to Chet Baker and even Calle 13 and Silvio Rodriguez.
Warning: Songs regarding work, working hard, the rat race…not soft, chill music to work by. As 2016 properly settles in, many of us are faced with the reality of our lives…we are part of the system and as such we gotta get back to work in order to earn our daily bread. Here are 15 songs, form Jungle, to Dolly Parton to The Clash related to work. Hope you enjoy your Tuesday! *Featured image from http://invisiblebread.com/comics/2013-02-19-back-to-work.png
Since the whole of the universe revolves around cats we want to apologize for not having created this playlist before: 15 songs all about cats. From The Beatles to Hot Chip, and genres such as jazz and rock, a playlist for the internet to love: Pussy Galore! Featured image taken from: http://www.cats.org.uk/plymouth/adopt-a-cat
This week, on November 5, there is a special night celebrated especially across England in memory of Guy Fawkes, called Bonfire Night or Guy Fawkes Night. Since there will be bonfire galore, we thought it would be suitable to dedicate this week´s playlist to the hottest element: Fire! Guy Fawkes was, along with Robert Catesby, the most recognized and remembered figure from the group English Catholics who planned the Gunpowder plot in 1605. The plot meant to assassinate King James I of England and VI of Scotland. They wanted to blow up the House of Lords on Nov. 5th, 1605. Read more »
15 tracks including songs from George Harrison, Tom Waits, Anita O´Day, Julie London, Duran Duran, The Police and many more to celebrate our favorite natural satellite The Moon. As we get over the spectacular lunar eclipse many of us witnessed this past Sunday night, we realized we have not done a playlist to the moon. About 4.6 billion years old, it rotates around the earth. Worshiped, adored, romanticized, feared, associated with femininity, fertility, tides. La Luna has been an inspiration to artists of all types! We hope you enjoy this 15 tracks and your Tuesday!
15 songs that have the word dance, dancing, baila, dancer in the title and that will want to make you move to the beat! Dance. Rhythmically moving your body to the sound of music. That activity that can be practiced by anyone, any age, freely or following rules, styles, by yourselves, by pairs, groups, varies according to every one, to cultural differences, through different eras…dance, the most dynamic art form. And although I don’t do it enough, one of my favorite things to do. Without further ado…this is a perfect playlist to lift you up!
15 songs dedicated to home including Natalia LaFourcade, The Beatles, Hank Williams Sr, Clarence Frogman Henry, Al Green and more! We have a new home! So what better way to celebrate it than with our Tuesday playlist, this week dedicated to home anthems. Because home is where the heart is!
A playlist celebrating the passing of the years, growing up, embracing changes, aging. 15 songs by John Lennon, Paul Simon, The Beatles, Mercedes Sosa, LCD Soundsystem, Travis, Simply Red, Steely Dan and more artist celebrating the passing of time. Since time is passing by for all of us, or at least that is how many of us perceive it at the moment, I thought we would do our playlist today on that, how the years go by and we are all subject to its effects. And also because it was Paul´s birthday and I want to bug him for getting Read more »
This week we are kicking off #themeweek here on MVD. We will have a post and playlist with out Top 40 Billborad No. 1 and much more activity around the subject through the week, however, for this week´s playlist we chose to stay on topic but a little to the side, we have chosen 15 songs from artists who have never had a number 1 Billboard hit. The playlist features artists such as Bob Dylan. Yes. Bob Dylan has never had a No. 1 single. He has had No. 1 albums, but not singles. “Like a Rolling Stone” made it Read more »