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133 Spotisfaction Wednesday 03/11/10 – James Battin

Morning all. Running a wee bit late today, so I won’t bore you with much blurb – let’s just rip back the blurby wrapper and get to the juicy, gooey playlist centre yeah?

Today’s playlist is from Tomorrow’s Sounds Today / Classics Collected czar, James Battin and is entitled “Around the World In 18 Tunes”. Ta, fella.

Take care,
Dave

James Says:

So, today I don my top hat and Phileas Battinski invites you to come around the world in 18 tunes. The concept behind this playlist was to really try and demonstrate that there is a huge wealth of music out there in the world, and often in places you might not expect to look. Most of the general public, I worry, are out there being drip fed their X Factor pop pound spinners and they often don’t have a look around them.

I’ve chosen 18 tracks from 18 different locations to highlight that you really can find some great music out there in that world of ours. In this first run I’ve not even gone that far off spectrum and tried to include more established acts – so as not to go all out on the first trip.

Grab your passports and get ready as we visit the UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Sweden, Iceland, Japan, China, Brazil and more.

Hit the link for the breakdown…

Cornelius – Count Five Or Six – Japan

The Detroit Cobras – Hey Sailor – USA

The Asteroids Galaxy Tour – The Golden Age – Denmark

Husky Rescue – They Are Coming – Finland

Pete Yorn & Scarlett Johansson – Relator – USA

Abdominal & DJ Fase – Fly Antics – Canada

Mark b – Building A Rep – UK

Sepultura – Ratamahatta – Brazil

Björk – Hyperballad – Iceland

Beth Orton – Stolen Car – UK

Pizzicato Five – Baby Love Child – Japan

MC Solaar – Lève-Toi Et Rap – France

Buena Vista Social Club – Candela – Cuba

Die Fantastischen Vier – Die Da!?! – Germany

Sigur Ros – Svefn – g – Englar – Iceland

Farenheit – Pah Taung Goh – China

Damien Rice – Delicate – Ireland

Gunhild Carling Big Band – Magic Swing – Sweden

Hope you enjoyed stacking up those musical air-miles

Peace, Love and Music
Battinski

Dave Prowse

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Dave is Spotisfaction's Editor-in-Chief and founded the site in February 2010. He can often be found acting as web designer, code-monkey, writer, people manager, editor, tea boy, and sometimes all of the above at the same time. Dave lives in Gloucester with his wife and two cats.

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