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Audiogramme du lundi 16 Novembre 2015

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1. Africa Express – Terry Riley’s in C Mali (Edit)
2. Crooked Fingers – Sunday Morning Coming Down (Kris Kristofferson)
3. Amy Winehouse – We’re Still Friends [Live At The Union Chapel]
4. A-Trak and Jamie Lidell – We All Fall Down (Jamie’s Version)
5. Hot Chip – Huarache Lights (Soulwax Remix)
6. Nicola Cruz – Colibria
7. Elia Y Elizabeth – Todo en la Vida
8. The Creation – Like a Rolling Stone (Bob Dylan)
9. Holly Golightly – As You Go Down
10. Unloved – Guilty of Love
11. The Dramatics – Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get (Re-Recorded)
12. Pilooski – Completely Sun Feat. Jarvis Cocker
13. Josef Salvat – Night Swim
14. Coldplay – Adventure Of A Lifetime
15. The Ghetto Brothers – Got This Happy Feeling

BONUS:

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Audiogramme du mercredi 21 Octobre 2015

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1. Booker T. and The MG’s – Time Is Tight
2. Go-Go’s – We Got The Beat
3. Bette Bright – When U Were Mine (Prince)
4. Manfred Mann – Sticks And Stones
5. Bay City Rollers – Bye, Bye, Baby (Baby, Goodbye)
6. Bob James – Take Me to the Mardi Gras
7. Chicago – Street Player
8. Kenny “Dope” Presents The Bucketheads – The Bomb (These Sounds Fall Into My Mind)
9. Tom Jones – Burning Down The House (with The Cardigans)
10. Toto – Georgy Porgy
11. East 17 – West End Girls (Pet Shop Boys)
12. Queens Of The Stone Age – Blurred Lines (Live Lounge)
13. Crooked Fingers – Solitary Man (Neil Diamond)
14. Free – The Stealer
15. Julian Cope – World Shut Your Mouth
16. Lenny Kravitz – Are You Gonna Go My Way? (Unplugged)

The Bucketheads – The Bomb (These Sounds Fall Into My Mind)

Lenny Kravitz – Are You Gonna Go My Way? (Unplugged)

Audiogramme du vendredi 9 Octobre 2015

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1. Jeremy Steig – Howling For Judy
2. Beastie Boys – Sure Shot
3. Beck – Loser
4. St. Germain – Real Blues
5. Amara Touré – N’nijo Featuring Ensemble Black & White
6. The Herbaliser – Serge (Feat. Philippe Katerine)
7. Serge Gainsbourg – La saison des pluies
8. Daniel Darc – La Pluie Qui Tombe
9. Bob B. Soxx and the Blue Jeans – Why Do Lovers Break Each Others Hearts
10. Crooked Fingers – Under Pressure (Queen w/ David Bowie)
11. Johnny Marr – Bigmouth Strikes Again
12. EL VY – Paul Is Alive
13. Kisses – A Groove
14. The Chi-Lites – Are You My Woman? (Tell Me So)

BONUS: Crazy in Love de Beyoncé qui sample le morceau des Chi-Lites

Audiogramme du jeudi 8 Octobre 2015

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1. Lalo Schifrin – Danube Incident
2. Portishead – Sour Times
3. Jeff Buckley – Grace (Demo)
4. Crooked Fingers – When U Were Mine (Prince)
5. Prince – When You Were Mine
6. Hot Chip – Huarache Lights (Soulwax Remix)
7. Kouyaté-Neerman – Requiem Pour Un Con
8. Serge Gainsbourg – La nuit d’octobre
9. Millie – My Boy Lollipop
10. Roddie Joy – He’s So Easy To Love
11. Soul Dog – Can’t Stop Lovin’ You
12. Charles Aznavour – She
13. The Cure – Hot Hot Hot
14. Shampoo – Trouble
15. Peter Gabriel – Big Time

Bonus: Tell Your Friends de The Weeknd qui s’inspire (un peu trop) de Can’t Stop Loving You de Soul Dog

Audiogramme du dimanche 15 février 2015

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1. Hurleurs – Si Tu T’En Vas (Léo Ferré)
2. Low – Stay (Rihanna)
3. Jeff Tweedy and Jay Bennett – True Love Will Find You In The End (Daniel Johnston)
4. Beach House – Some Things Last A Long Time (Daniel Johnston)
5. Cat Power – Sea Of Love
6. Feist – Secret Heart (Ron Sexsmith)
7. Keep Shelly In Athens – Just Like Honey (Jesus And Mary Chain)
8. St. Vincent – These Days (Jackson Browne)
9. The National – Sleep All Summer (with St. Vincent) (Crooked Fingers)
10. Crooked Fingers – Solitary Man (Neil Diamond)
11. POP ETC – Wicked Game (Chris Isaak)
12. Tindersticks – I’ve Been Loving You Too Long (Otis Redding)
13. Mark Ronson Ft. Daniel Merriweather – Stop Me If You Think You’ve Heard This One Before (The Smiths)
14. The Czars – Song to the Siren (Tim Buckley)
15. Will Young – Teardrops (Womack and Womack)

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(Indie-an) Summer

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Marie Laurencin, Trois jeunes femmes, vers 1953

Marie Laurencin, Trois jeunes femmes, vers 1953

It started with a pang.
At dawn
Was it hunger, an irresistible thirst or just my guilty conscience running away with me?
I obviously opted for hunger.
“French toast with molasses
Croquet and baked alaskas”

I’d been listening to this new box-set of REM rarities and found this gorgeous track.
Turns out they were covering Indie band Beat Happening

Of course, it’s not about food or a a picnic or just about “Indian summer” the golf and country club in Olympia (where beat Happening are from).
Star-crossed lovers? Oral sex? Theories abound.

“Touch girl, apple blossom
Just a boy playing possum
We’ll come back for Indian summer
And go our separate ways”

I just really like it. Makes me feel sad in a good way.

And to think I always thought it was a Ben Gibbard song

In the end, your subconscious always gets the upper hand.
Anyway…
It reminded me of another sad summer-y breakup track. Also a cover; this time by The National and St. Vincent

“Weary sun, sleep tonight, go crashing into the ocean
Cut the line that ties the tide and moon, ancient and blue
We take our empty hearts and fill them up with broken things
To hang on humming wire like cheap lamps down a dead end street
Close your weary eyes until the wintertime
And every time we turn away it hits me like a tidal wave
I would change for you but, babe, that doesn’t mean I’m gonna be a better man
Give the ocean what I took from you so one day you could find it in the sand
And hold it in your hands again

Cold ways kill cool lovers
Strange ways we used each other
Why won’t you fall back in love with me?
There ain’t no way we’re gonna find another
The way we sleep all summer
So why won’t you fall back in love with me?”

Indie artists covering Indie-er artists
I prefer the cover, but here’s the original by Crooked Fingers

And then randomness (who’s always been my closest ally) gives me the perfect outro: Lee Hazlewood & Nancy Sinatra covering Joe Dassin.

If you don’t know the original, here you go. Weirdly enough, he was American but sang in French…
For me it’s the civil war in Lebanon, Dédé and the unfortunately not too frequent “so bad it’s good” moments on Radio Nostalgie.

“je me souviens, je me souviens très bien
De ce que je t’ai dit ce matin-là
Il y a un an, y a un siècle, y a une éternité”

Post-Scriptum / Anatomy of a post:
Seems that very low voices were the common thread… or maybe that’s always the case…
Interested in vocal ranges? check this link

Reminds me of that lyric from Leonard Cohen ‘s Tower of Song:
“I was born like this, I had no choice. I was born with the gift of a golden voice”