Just Relax With Some Soul And Jazz

Here's something to relax to after a week of hard labour: a little bit of soul, jazz and good old-fashioned pop. I believe the best album of 2009 was from God Help The Girl, a solo-project and concept from Stuart Murdoch, the singer and founder of Belle & Sebastian. I like the way Murdoch mixes, let’s say, the easy listening of Burt Bacharach with the alternative sound of Morrissey and the Smiths. It’s a very unique sound, something like folky soul or soulful folk. Belle & Sebastian have a great new album out now, called ‘Write about love’. I played their wonderful single ‘I want the world to stop’ in ‘Be gentle with my ears ’ two weeks ago. The closing track from Ella Fitzgerald is composed by the master himself, Burt Bacharach. Enjoy!

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Casual T – Hands Off (1982)
Donald Byrd – Think Twice (1975)
Pam Feather – Cannot Change The Weather (2010)
DePhazz – No Lie (2010)
Eliza Doolittle – Police Car (2010)
Tommy Stewart – Fulton County Line (1976)
Azymuth – Morning (2008)
Jackson Five – We’re Almost There [DJ Spinna Remix] (2001)
Mos Def – The Panties (2004)
Fania All Stars – Picadillo (1976)
The Latinos – Santo (1981)
Robin Thicke – Jus Right (2010)
Rik Mol Feat. Nate James & Dutchflower – Longface (2010)
Erykah Badu – Window Seat (2010)
Catherine Russell – Inside This Heart Of Mine (2010)
God Help The Girl – God Help The Girl (2009)
Ella Fitzgerald – I’ll Never Fall In Love Again (1969)


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