Song of the Month: Ganz Paris träumt von der Liebe by Caterina Valente!

This month’s song is a true “oldie”: Ganz Paris träumt von der Liebe by the Italian 1950s star Caterina Valente. It just reminds me on this special summer feeling that’s already in the air: warm and heavy and wonderful…

Have a wonderful new week and happy listening!

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Song of the Month: I Belong To You by Lenny Kravitz!

This month’ song I Belong To You by Lenny Kravitz is one of two wedding songs from Isa and André. So, let’s celebrate the two a bit more and dance through this fresh week.

Happy listening!

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Fly Me To The Moon by Frank Sinatra!

Last month I heard Frank Sinatra‘s song Fly Me To The Moon during an elevator ride to the viewing platform of Rotterdam’s Euromast. What a funny choice of a song! I wish you a good start into the fresh week with those mood-lifting and jazzy tunes!

Happy listening!

And do you know Angelina Jordan’s interpretation of the song? It’s amazing!

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Happy Holiday!

No Arts and Books today, but a song: Happy Holiday by the fantastic She & Him (aka Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward) from their latest album Christmas Party.

I wish you a wonderful weekend! Merry X-Mas :)!

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A X-Mas Song For Tuesday: Santa Claus is Coming To Town by Frank Sinatra!

Another X-Mas song! This time a classic: Santa Claus is Coming To Town, performed by the legendary Frank Sinatra. Oh, I am such a retro kind of girl, but I simply love this man’s voice!

Merry listening!

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A Song For Tuesday: Sweet Thing by Pixie Geldof!

Today’s song Sweet Thing by Pixie Geldof comes from her just released album I’m Yours! A little indie, a little melancholic and a lot of beauty is what makes her music sound this wonderful…

Have fun listening!

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A Song For Tuesday: Inner Cinema by KYTES!

Today’s song Inner Cinema is a German piece by the Munich-based indie-rock band KYTES. Their first album Head and Tales has just been released. I love those rough and young tunes. They just make me wanna jump around and feel like I am in my twenties again ;).

Have fun listening!

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A Song For Tuesday: Bus In These Streets by Thundercat!

Today’s song Bus In These Streets by the American musician Thundercat simply convinced me with its distinct vibe and groove. It’s hard to find a genre for Thundercat’s sound – for me it’s located somewhere between funk and soul. I am pretty sure, that we will hear a lot more from this exceptional artist in the near future!

Have fun listening!

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A Song Fort Tuesday: If I Ever was a Child by Wilco!

Today’s song If I Ever was a Child comes from the new album Schmilco by Chicago-based band WIlco. I love their alternative country vibes – they are just as laid-back and catchy as I like it!

Have fun listening!

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A Song For Tuesday: Wristband by Paul Simon!

If I like one special thing in songs, than it is definitely a line and rhythm that stays in the mind long after the actual song is over. That’s the case with Paul Simon’s (yes, the one from Simon & Garfunkel) song Wristband from his recent album Stranger to Stranger. Moreover, the text is funny – and tells the truth. And now all together:

“Wristband, my man, you’ve got to have a wristband
If you don’t have a wristband,  you don’t get through the door
Wristband, my man, you’ve got to have a wristband
And if you don’t have a wristband, you don’t get through the door

Have fun listening!

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