11 Dec 2010, 14:09 by ravenspark
31 Jan 2008, 02:16 by TheNapTakerThis is my selection of tracks that are timeless. No matter how old, they still sound fresh like they were recently released.
Here they are:
Sade - No Ordinary Love
Snap! - Rhythm Is a Dancer
Enigma - Return to Innocence
Robert Palmer - Every Kinda People
Tasmin Archer - Sleeping Satellite
Deep Forest with Peter Gabriel - While The Earth Sleeps
The New Vaudeville Band - Winchester Cathedral
Pat Metheny Group - Slip Away
Pink Floyd - High Hopes
Pink Floyd - Learning to Fly
Pink Floyd - Keep Talking
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
Grace Jones - Ladies And Gentleman: Miss Grace Jones (released as Single "Slave to the Rhythm")
Yes - Owner of a Lonely Heart
Bryan Ferry - Let's Stick Together
Haddaway - What Is Love
Tears for Fears - Sowing The Seeds Of Love
David Bowie - Jump They Say
David Bowie - The Heart's Filthy Lesson
David Bowie - Heroes
Neil Young - The Needle and the Damage Done
25 May 2007, 02:02 by discodudesjAngelique Kidjo is back with a new album called Djin Djin. This Beninese artist has been on the World music scene since the early 90's and has carved out a niche for herself.
In addition to the stunning, traditional-sounding tracks, Ms. Kidjo has had several of her songs remixed for club consumption. Junior Vasquez most notably remixed "Shango" and "Wombo Lombo" during his fruitful Arena era. It was only appropriate that he take on "Salala" as well.
Peter Gabriel is a guest vocalist on this track which is a nice, simple guitar-driven track with that infectious chorus. It's a feel-good track.
And Junior takes this one makes it over in the style he has done other similar tracks including "Awa Awa" by Wes and "While The Earth Sleeps" by Deep Forest & Peter Gabriel. He actually samples some elements and riffs from the latter for this mix. It is just an amazing mix. He really has a knack for preserving the original integrity of these…