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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A Song for Tuesday: Door by Nice as Fuck!

The song Door by Nice As Fuck (NAF) made it instantly into my ears… and then into my legs, and those started dancing only one second later. This doesn’t happen too often! I guess the band name can be seen as a understement ;).

Have fun listening!

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A Song For Tuesday: Bottom of the Barrel by the Forlorn Strangers!

The music of the Nashville-based band Forlorn Strangers got me instantly. It’s acoustic country-indie kind of sound fits perfectly to those (slightly rainy) summer days on the sea. Their first album just came out. Today’s song Bottom of the Barrel is the first single from it.

Have fun listening!

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