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Back 2 Mine pt2

Back 2 Mine pt2

Playing tracks by

Siouxsie & the Banshees, Blondie, The Moody Blues, Ashcroft, Richard, Midlake and more.

An hour of my soul

Comments

@airylegend

great set jeremy cheers

Jeremy Lamont Norris

hahaha Martijn, I can almost hear you singing this in a drunken voice outside the Wynand Fockink. Love it!

Tanktron
Tanktron

This is for me and my monkey in the back of my ship http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2W_h8Bkzgg

Rascal Songbird

Loving the Turin Brakes track and Paul Weller is one of my all time faves! The Donnie Darko film was my first context of that tune too....although I love the track that macabre bunny mask pops up! Really enjoyed this little montage and liking the unexpectedness!! Having a tough day and it helped...

Jeremy Lamont Norris

Happy House
By Siouxsie & The Banshees
I used to love this when I was 12 - 13 years old – and still do!

Bad World (Panican Dynamics Boot rework)
By Gery Juice
I always knew and liked this track but when I heard it in the right context in the film Donnie Darko it truly made my hairs stand on end

Fade Away & Radiate
By Blondie
I can’t imagine that anyone else likes this one but I was the biggest Blondie fan – along with Adam & the Ants... so here she is.

Nights In White Satin (single edit)
By The Moody Blues
This was the only record that my Dad used to play really loud, I must admit that at 10 years old I didn’t really get it but I do now.

Check The Meaning
By Richard Ashcroft
This guy somehow finds my heart strings time and time again.

Young Bride
By Midlake
If you listen to this one loud on a good HiFi with bass you ‘might’ get it

Emergency 72
By Turin Brakes
Like Richard Ashcroft this one never stops growing on you <3

You Do Something To Me
By Paul Weller
A bit pipe and slippers (even for me) but Mr Weller had to be here or I wouldn’t be English right?

I Believe In You (1997 digital remaster)
By Talk Talk
I’ve arrived home on many a drunken occasion and played this one flat out – it’s another hairs on end masterpiece

Midnight Cowboy
By John Barry
Did you ever wonder where Robbie Williams gets his ideas from (check out the strings)

Breaking Your Fall
By Chris Whitley
Yeah I got in to this Folkie stuff somehow – I can’t lie to you

No Ordinary Love
By Sade
Sade got us all laid on numerous occasions ;-) don't ever forget that

Jeremy Lamont Norris

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