found a cool clip on YouTube from the Beatles Abbey Road album. It is the 16 minute medley that closes the album but it's only the vocals. It's fascinating to listen to familiar vocals in a new way. Here's a link to the YouTube clip... Abbey Road vocals.
The vocals for "The Sun King" caught my attention and I thought they'd make a nice start to a new Sunday morning mix. I couldn't resist messing with the track a little bit so I slowed it down and mixed part of that slowed down track under the normal one I like the way the sowed track fills the space between vocals. Then I brought the slow track up full to finish off The Sun King. It's really kind of amazing how beautiful the track still sounds even when slowed way down.
As I was adding tracks to the mix I stumbled upon the Sun Kil Moon song "Sunshine in Chicago" and it hit me that the mix should revolve around the sun. So every song on the tracklist has "sun" in the title.
I love using a keyword to narrow a musical search because it always turns up cuts I had completely forgotten about. In this case I was very excited to have dug up "Eternity's Sunrise" from the "Children of Men" score. I'm pretty happy with how this "sunny" mix turned out.
T R A C K L I S T :
The Silence of Snow
Stillness Within Motion
Best Ambient Albums of 2020
Quiet Indie Songs of 2020
Wind in Lonely Fences - A Farewell to Harold Budd
Melancholy Soundtracks: A Requiem for 2020
Keeping Time in the Golden Hour
The Stars Appear Like Diamonds
The Night Absolves
Strange Beauty - 4th Excursions Vol. 2
Lighting Out for the Territories
Not seeing is a flower
Dub Train Dub Station
Sea of Stars 2020
Sunday Morning Music vo. 20 - Exhale
Serenity, Hope & Grace by Paul Asbury Seaman
Resident by Hernan Cattaneo
First Love Music
Markus Schulz presents Global DJ Broadcast
Song of the Day
Above & Beyond: Group Therapy
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