I was listening to an old mix tape the other day, and I happened upon this song:
I can’t for the life of me figure out who this song might be by. Shazam doesn’t recognise it and I can’t find any of the text snippets on Google (“dreams of what could be if you love me”, “dreams of love and sunshine”, “I can show you happiness”, etc).
I thought that perhaps it might be Mimi Goese because it’s weird drum’n’bass-inflicted craziness which she was doing around this time. The tape is from November 1995 to April 1996, and the surrounding tracks are, among others, from albums like Protection by Massive Attack, … I Care Because You Do by Aphex Twin and Born Slippy by Underworld.
Could it be some weird atypical thing from somebody in 4AD? A random track from a compilation?
Anybody know what this could be? It’s rather nice.
Hm… Perhaps I could upload it to Youtube and see whether the automatic Content-ID system tags it and blocks it. 🙂
This has been a kinda weird year of music for me. I’ve spent quite a lot of time resampling old vinyl and sampling old tapes, so I’ve listened to a lot less new music than usual. Nevertheless, here’s the list of the best music of 2017, determined by how many times I’ve listened to each album.
Kinda. I had to cheat a bit to get the late entry from Zola Jesus to the top there, because it’s just a great album and a magnificent return to form after some not very engaging albums.
And the Zeal & Ardour album is the most sing-a-long-ey album ever. “A good god is a dead one / A good god is one the brings the fire” Sing along now! I had planned on seeing them at the Le Guess Who festival, but I was exhausted by that point.
And here’s the list of the older albums I bought this year and apparently listened to a lot: