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Tuesday, July 15, 2003

SoulSailing Tunes - Music to Rig You're Boat to?

So, summer is here everyone is feelin' fine, the Nationals are but a couple of weekends away and I'm thinking it might be time to get some kinda compilation CD sorted with the best tunes to chill-out to when yer @ the nationals waiting to go yachting, rigging the boat or just lazing around waiting for the sea breeze to kick in...

So, seeing as some of you may have you boat parked next to ours, you best get your requests in now for some chilled out grooves, any style, any era anything....please leave a comment with you top tunes

I guess some of the tracks that'll definately find there way onto this SoulSailing CD are:

Big Beach Boutique 2 by Fatboy Slim

A couple of tracks of this album would definately be included.

The Dock of the Bay by Otis Redding

The title track from this classic Otis album is one of my all time favourites!

The Very Best of the Beach Boys by The Beach Boys

California Dreaming has to be on the CD, plus any other classics I can fit on...

The Very Best of Jimmy Cliff by Jimmy Cliff

Theres some fantastic chilled reggae on this album including "I can see clearly now", "Wonderful world, beautiful people" and "You can get it if you really want"

Legend by Bob Marley & The Wailers

This is another classic reggae album, just perfect for kicking back by the shore, I'd have to include "Redemption Song", "No Woman, No Cry (Live)" and "Jamming"!

Screamadelica by Primal Scream

I' definately have to finish off with summat from this classic album, maybe "Loaded" and/or "Higher Than The Sun"

Very Best of by Stone Roses

Keepin stuff a bit swishy and uptempo, there'd be room made for these guys, definately "Waterfall" and probably summat else, depending on my mood when I do the compilation...

Other stuff that would be considered (I hope compression techniques or the size of audio CD's drastically increases this week!) would be, Bob Dylan, Lou Reed, Velvet Underground (I'm Stickin' With You),
De La Soul, Lemon Jelly,Moby,Morcheeba,Morcheeba and a whole host more!

[Listening to: Overture, Holiday - The Polyphonic Spree - The Beginning Stages Of... (04:38)]

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