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    This article was written on 17 Sep 2015, and is filled under Eclectic, Electronic, Jazz, Nu Disco, Punk.

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    Groove On the Wireless #23 Gummy Bear Smiles


     Doctor Groove once heard a man on Baggot street proclaim to his girlfriend that ‘Jazz is my life.’  Whilst the Doctor cannot and does not make such a bold claim he frequently ends up listening to it after losing interest in the new shiny banging things that assail us all in the 21st century.

    Our starting point is open spaces, but quickly we retire to urban surrounds and jazz,  and  from there we end with the smiles and laughter of a gummy bear.

     

    Track List

    • Johnny Greenwood – Open Spaces [[There Will Be Blood (album)]]
    • Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers – Moanin’
    • Tom Waits – Somewhere (from Westside Story)
    • Burial – Rough Sleeper
    • Pastor T. L. Barrett & the Youth choir for Christ – Nobody Knows
    •  Nusrat  Fateh Ali Khan – Mustt Mustt (Massive Attack Mix)
    • Snorlax – Bottle Service
    • Matt Shadetek – Yoga Rhythm
    • Iggy Pop & the Stooges – Gimme Danger
    • Fanfare Ciocarlia – I am your gummy bear

     

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