142 Spotisfaction Wednesday – 24th November 2010 – Rhys Howell

Arg mad rush over here today, so a very late playlist. But hopefully it means you’ll all chill out this evening and listen to this one in the comfort of your own home. We’re very busy these days thanks to the success of the site, and are looking for more contributors to provide us with playlists and articles, and to give us a helping hand to start publishing more of our articles. So, fancy being a part of running a blog? Love making playlists or writing about music? Then contact us! Facebook or Twitter us, or send us a message through the site, we’ll be delighted to hear from you.

Now, todays playlist is brought to you by Rhys Howell, and it’s a delightful classical playlist to smooth you over the hump of the week. Enjoy!



Evening All, I’ve had this lurking in my spotyify account for a while now and I’ve a sneaking suspicion that I may have sent it before, but due to the playlist drought of 2010 I’m sending it on the off chance I didn’t get round to sending it.

Its a collection of classical music or at least music in a classical style, which pretty much means Orchestral from what I can tell. Here’s the link Spotify 5-Classical.

Its remarkably only an hour long with some little known pieces and some bits that you’ll recognise straight away from the world of TV and Film. I don’t really have much to say about these. I find orchestral music is great for when I need to concentrate as I end up singing along too easily to music with words. That makes me sound really old, as I recall my folks saying “how can you concentrate with this on?” during revision time and somehow I managed although now orchestral is easier. I’m waffling. I’ll go. Hope you enjoy.


James TAE

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