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19.07.2017, 00:47 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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Go-Betweens: "Finding You" (2005)

We'll never forget you, Grant. One of many stirring moments on Oceans Apart.

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12.07.2017, 00:27 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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Little Richard: "It Ain't Whatcha Do" (1965)

Fabulous R&B stomper from Little Richard's mid-1960s comeback years.

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05.07.2017, 00:25 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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Roy Harper: "Another Day" (1970)

Beautiful, sad song of lost love. From Flat Baroque and Berserk.

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28.06.2017, 13:49 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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Supremes: "Your Wonderful, Sweet Sweet Love" (1972)

Great Motown single, written by Smokey Robinson.

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24.06.2017, 16:27 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

DJ Cargnelli

Und zwar auch heuer wieder beim TFM-Institutsfest am 29. Juni 2017 im fluc: Soul, Funk, Fatboy Slim, Cure, Runaways, AC/DC, Cornershop, Nirvana etc.

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21.06.2017, 12:57 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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The Knack: "Your Number or Your Name" (1979)

Yes, this is slick and calculated and screams Beatles, but it's still insanely catchy, isn't it?

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14.06.2017, 12:45 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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Serge Gainsbourg: "Je suis venu te dire que je m'en vais" (1973)

Inspired by Verlaine's poem "Chanson d'automne".

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08.06.2017, 18:58 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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Everly Brothers: "Nancy's Minuet" (1963)

A haunting ballad from our beloved Everlys.

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03.06.2017, 20:33 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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Bonnie 'Prince' Billy: "Even If Love" (2003)

Another sparse and haunting Will Oldham ballad. From Master and Everyone.

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24.05.2017, 14:44 von Christian Cargnelli (Kommentare: 0)

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Troggs: "With a Girl Like You" (1966)

"What we need is a lot less Jesus and a whole lot more Troggs." (Lester Bangs, 1971)

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