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Guido's Lounge Cafe Broadcast 0300 Desert Flower (20171201)

Guido's Lounge Cafe Broadcast 0300 Desert Flower (20171201)

Chart positions

This show was 1st in the global chillout chart, 1st in the global downtempo chart, 1st in the global ambient chart, 1st in the global lounge chillout downtempo chart and 1st in the global lounge chart.

The 300thrd GLC Mix
I called this one "Desert Flower",
because this Mix is full of eclectic tracks, some are known, some are not.
I hope that by now, I inspired a lot of listeners to the Chillout-world.
The world that I love so dear...

00:00 Intro - Intro
00:51 Mareekmia aka Igor Markov - Valley of desire
04:13 Velvet Lounge Project - How Far, How Long
07:54 Jp-Juice - Space odysee
11:25 ID3 Feat. Soundmouse - Window Seat
17:06 De-Phazz - Plastic Love Memory (No. Nine)
21:42 Al Rea - Flowers in the Desert
25:57 Jonas Lores - Bali (Original Mix)
30:45 Peace Orchestra - 10
35:12 Mo'Horizons - Princec Charles latest affair
40:21 St. Germain - Montego Bay Spleen
45:49 Paul Schwartz - Sviraj (Lullabye)
51:10 Schiller featuring Jael - Tried (one-album version)
55:41 Pete Range - Aprils Promise
57:42 Gordon Geco - Eye in the sky

Kind regards


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Olga Yortholt

Thanks ! It’s all 🥇about love ❤️with musici!🎼

Guido's Lounge Café

Thank you Olga, glad you enjoyed my friend :) Have a beautiful weekend :)


Had to listen to this a few more times...real nice my friend :-)))

Tribal Pilot

I love how you drop in tracks that I listened to years ago and somehow forgot about... and in your sets they sound like they came out yesterday. (In this episode it was St. Germain - Montego Bay Spleen.) Great tracks never get old!

Guido's Lounge Café

Thank you my friend, I remember the drops very well. But a lot of the listeners had a problem with it, because it disturbed the music. But I decided to bring back the drops, because there are so many downloads on the mixes, and I also found out that people using them as there own. So I see it as a musical watermark