Seu Jorge : ‘Tive Razao’

You don’t have to speak Portuguese to know that this is a beautiful song. I’ve always loved this man’s voice right from the time I heard it blaring out of my housemate’s bedroom in NY (thank you Kris Graves), to when I first saw Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (which probably explains the appearances of Willem Dafoe and Bill Murray in this music video).

This is perfect Sunday listening.

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Paul Simon : ‘You Can Call Me Al’ (Original + Flight Facilities remix)

I was unable to post yesterday as I went for an Alt-J concert. It was one of the most annoying experiences I have had in terms of concerts, but that was largely due to the event organizers. Anyways, it’s times like these that I look to ‘You Can Call Me Al’. It never fails to make me smile every single time I listen to it. Also Chevy Chase’s face throughout this video – cracks me up every time. Those trumpets are instantly recognizable, and the music has ‘happy’ written all over it.

Also to make up for yesterday, am posting a remix of the song by Flight Facilities. No remix can come close to the original, but I like the fact that FF have only subtly tweaked the track, while maintaining the spirit of the song.

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(FREE MP3 DOWNLOAD OF THE FLIGHT FACILITIES REMIX IN THE ABOVE SOUNDCLOUD LINK)

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Simon & Garfunkel : ‘The Boxer’

THIS WEEK’S 2 GUEST POSTS BY DAHLIA FERNANDES:

“I am a singer-songwriter based out of Toronto and I would describe my music as jazz pop. My musical influences include Patsy Cline, Amy Winehouse, Joss Stone, Adele and Feist. I am excited to be releasing my new EP this year (produced by Roy Hamilton III and Nick Name) that shares my recent stories of love, pain and the attempted journey of conquering them both. ”

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DAHLIA’s 2nd Pick : My second drop is a classic. ‘The Boxer’ by Simon and Garfunkel will always remind me of my father and my sister. Paul Simon’s signature guitar arpeggios, the moving string arrangement and the anthem chorus ‘lie-la-lie’ are only a few of the many beautiful elements of this classic.

 

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Feist : ‘Let It Die’

THIS WEEK’S 2 GUEST POSTS BY DAHLIA FERNANDES:

“I am a singer-songwriter based out of Toronto and I would describe my music as jazz pop. My musical influences include Patsy Cline, Amy Winehouse, Joss Stone, Adele and Feist. I am excited to be releasing my new EP this year (produced by Roy Hamilton III and Nick Name) that shares my recent stories of love, pain and the attempted journey of conquering them both. ”

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DAHLIA’s 1st Pick : The first track I want to share is by Canadian songstress, Feist titled ‘Let it Die’. It is easily one of my favourite songs and one of the most emotional songs I have ever heard. The haunting lyrics paired with minimalistic percussion, delivered perfectly with Leslie Feist’s vocals is a masterpiece. The song’s strong message of letting something go is enveloped with such sweetness – just brilliant! It is the centrepiece of the 2003 album ‘Let it Die’ that with the production and musicianship of Chilly Gonzales tailored a bestseller and her breakthrough album.

 

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