|Berimbau performed by Golden Boys |
: You should check out the 1971 Odeon album 'So Vou Criar Galinha': 'Chuva de verao' starts with the sound of rainfall (always a winner) and 'Com a lembranša apenas' has one of those amazing Brazilian melodies you just can't get out of your head.
|Dreams Never End performed by New Order |
: This track is utterly spine-tingling. I like the Technique album, but it really doesn't have the intensity of the best early tracks. It's worth noting that this track sounds instrumentally exactly like mid-80s Cure.
: erm.....dreams never end is a masterpiece for the very reason that hookies vocals are in stark contrast ....probably my favourite new order/joy division track...probably an accidental classic.
|For one moment performed by Lee Hazlewood |
: Have you noticed that the string part sounds a lot like the string part in Scott Walker's "Plastic Palace People"?
: Brilliant song, was going to recommend it myself, but luckily remembered to check for earlier entries. Always thougt this had kind of a Michel Magne feel myself..it's the swirling strings, i guess.
Check out his version of Poinciana and Petrol Pop to see what i mean.
|Holy Thursday performed by David Axelrod |
: and if you like this, you'll probably dig the work axelrod did on the electric prunes' "mass in f minor" lp, too.
: Endtroducing... by DJ Shadow would've never happened without David Axelrod. Not the way it did.
|Prelude in Black performed by Cy Coleman |
|Rosemary performed by Scott Walker |
: I feel like making a movie just based on this song alone. This is a great piece of music and probably one of Scott Walkers best achivements. I love the gloomy, rainy feeling you get listening to it, Walker's voice is incredible.
|Um Girassol da Cor de Seu Cabelo performed by Milton Nascimento / Lo Borges |
|You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling performed by The Human League |