April 24, 2007

Mood music for rainy Sundays

A new compilation from Chris from Ultra Swank! The other three he did have been a bright spot in my life for the last couple of months and the soundtracks to several of my "small town" road trips.

Here is the rundown from Ultra Swank:

Here it is, my latest compilation "Voices from a Photograph". I have been working on this compilation for quite some time now, almost a year in the making. Took a long time to find songs that fitted the mood and title of the compilation. The basic theme of it is mood music for rainy Sundays, melancholic, dreamy vocal pop mixed with instrumental music and songs from movies from the late 1960s up to the mid 1970s. I am sure you will recognize some of them, especially if you are a movie buff (like me). The compilation clocks in at about 60 minutes and is available to download from the links below. Enjoy, and please give me feedback if you like it!

01. Scott Walker - It's Raining Today
02. Nick de Caro & Orchestra - I'm Gonna Make You Love Me
03. Dominic Frontiere - When Were Your Dreams Worth Remembering
04. Dino, Desi & Billy - Thru Spray Colored Glasses
05. Elmer Bernstein - Nearing East Proctor
06. The Velvet Underground & Nico - Sunday Morning
07. Michel Legrand - Theme From The Thomas Crown Affair
08. The Hollyridge Strings - Scarborough Fair
09. Scott Walker - Rosemary
10. Henry Mancini - Natasha In Venice
11. The Cyrkle - It's a Lovely Game Louise
12. Michael Legrand - Main Title from Pretty Polly
13. Jerry Goldsmith - Claudie's Stockings
14. Brian Bennett - Thoughtful
15. The Free Design - My Brother Woody
16. The Velvet Underground & Nico - Femme Fatale
17. John Barry - The Man on a Scooter
18. Quincy Jones - On Days Like These
19. Scott Walker - Copenhagen
20. Richard R. Bennett - Anya
21. Marvin Hamlisch - Lovely Hair
22. Tony Hatch and Jackie Trent - Gotta Get Away
23. Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood - Some Velvet Morning
24. Dennis Farnon - Lonely Promenade

2 comments:

Chris said...

Thank you for the heads up Chris!

Chris said...

Thank you for doing these great "concept" mixes, I think they're really great!