Knee Socks - Arctic Monkeys

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Knee Socks - Arctic Monkeys

We are staying in the UK but now going back to the north. This time is Sheffield, the home of Arctic Monkeys!

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Creepin’ Up The Backstairs (live) - The Fratellis

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Creepin’ Up The Backstairs (live) - The Fratellis

From Liverpool we will go a bit more to the north (like Game of Thrones), The Fratellis from Glasgow are delighting us with their song and that broken voice singing those lyrics.

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See the Sun - The Kooks

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See the Sun - The Kooks

From Glasgow now we are going down south up to Brighton, The Kooks and this delightful song.

See the sun is part of the tracklist of the album Konk, actually recorded on the famous Konk Studio. Produced by Tony Hoffer it’s just a little clue you get before listening this album that this is a piece of art. The real clue is the talent this guys have and the fact they always knew the direction for their “pop” influenced by 60’s british invasion and post punk revival music.

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Lady Madonna (Love version) - The Beatles

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Lady Madonna (Love version) - The Beatles

You have no idea idea the huge effort it took me to not put a Beatles’ song in the playlist. Selecting the last 3 songs, Lady Madonna was always on my mind and obviously as a Beatles’ freak I tried to not open this door. But, they are the “fathers” of Open Another Door.

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Grace Kelly - MIKA

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Grace Kelly - MIKA

After Dylan Dunlap’s week, first guy and song in my mind was this extremely happy song. Mr. Mika, that nice piano and those high pitch tones looking for love (actually is a song complaining about they wanted him to more “normal” pop).

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Purpose - Dylan Dunlap

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Purpose - Dylan Dunlap

I honestly don’t know where to start with this guy. He’s in charge of transforming this cheesy mood we were having for the last two week into a nice indie upbeat.  Taught himself piano since he was 6 years old, grew up listening Linkin Park, Yellowcard and then Coldplay changed his world. Today he gets inspiration from any kind of genre (even heavy metal!) and his music has an original upbeat.

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The Gambler - Fun.

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The Gambler - Fun.

If you thought last week was a bit cheesy, with this song of the week we are going to complete that cheesiness and maybe more. Maybe most of you know Fun. , but not everybody knows many of the first album’s songs or EPs around that time.

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Better Together - Jack Johnson

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Better Together - Jack Johnson

So, for people in the north hemisphere you will be having summer and for most of the south hemisphere is winter/rain season. I was thinking on a song that could connect both seasons. A song that you can listen to no matter where you are, you will end up feeling the same nice feeling.
 

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Billie Jean - Pink Turtle

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Billie Jean - Pink Turtle

After a great jazz week, why not extend it for another week showing groups making a difference in the genre. And this week we will be featuring Pink Turtle, an awesome french swing jazz band, making a great cover of Billie Jean...

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Cheek to Cheek - Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga

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Cheek to Cheek - Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga

This week we are take that piano and voice from last week and we are gonna use it with Tony Bennett’s band and the incredible voice of Lady Gaga!

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This Will Be (An Everlasting Love) - Natalie Cole

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This Will Be (An Everlasting Love) - Natalie Cole

Don’t tell me it was a difficult one! The lovely Natalie Cole is our track of the week being introduced with that perfect combination of piano, claps with a funny bass and then her voice, big bass, strings and brass section. It’s impossible to not smile to that intro and move your head with the rhythm.

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Higher Ground - Stevie Wonder

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Higher Ground - Stevie Wonder

Stevie can’t be out of this. If you were born in the 90’s, you would know this song from the guys before in the playlist who did a blasting cover that actually sounds like Stevie’s live performance at The Beat Club in 1974 during his european tour.

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Walkabout - Red Hot Chilli Peppers

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Walkabout - Red Hot Chilli Peppers

Nice bass, nice drums… Heeeeyyyy this is still funk, and I said Jamiroquai was the one in charge of funky through the 90’s when this song is from 1995!... Yes… but… this one has really good guitar riff and it’s John Frusciante so that makes it a special funk!

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Alright - Jamiroquai

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Alright - Jamiroquai

I can bet that many of you were expecting this guy coming. Many clues were spread on the songs before (I’m just talking to the people who are actually following the songs in the order I chose): The king playing some upbeat, Morcheeba adding the electric guitar…

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Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day - Morcheeba

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Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day - Morcheeba

You can think instantly “Macy Gray has a similar voice, so she can be in this playlist too” and yes, you’re right. Actually, Macy was my first choice but we were needing a little bit from the UK.

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Love Never Felt so Good (Original) - Michael Jackson

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Love Never Felt so Good (Original) - Michael Jackson

Ladies and Gentlemen! I’m so damn proud to introduce on this playlist the King of Pop! Michael Jackson!

The man who is still bringing hits after his death: the Pandora’s Box of Music. The unique voice praised by the world no matter which is your favourite genre, you will know him and like at least 3 songs.

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Sweet Dreams, TN - The Last Shadow Puppets

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Sweet Dreams, TN - The Last Shadow Puppets

If you know Alex Turner and Miles Kane, you will know they started this for fun, but it ended in a really good project.

It’s not their main genre but it’s a really good contribution while they are not on their main projects. Also, everybody loves when Alex Turner becomes that cheesy slow love singer.

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Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps - Cake

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Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps - Cake

The song talks by itself. Good sound, cool voice and a time machine to the 90’s.

This band is a great example of being different. All the covers they recorded, are “practically amazing”. It’s interesting to think of the song’s story before it got into this guy’s mind.

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My Doorbell - The White Stripes

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My Doorbell - The White Stripes

Well… Jack White… What else can we say about “different” after saying that name?

Named the Willy Wonka of Rock n’ Roll by The Rolling Stones (very well named actually). This living creature shares with us how versatile he can be throughout the album Behind Me Satan, 2004.

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Stacy’s Mom - Scott Bradlee & The Post Modern Jukebox

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Stacy’s Mom - Scott Bradlee & The Post Modern Jukebox

This Door is getting better and better. Wanted something different to hear? Wait! you know this song!!!... Yes! you’re right, but not this version by PMJ. Casey Abrams with his marvellous powerful voice, followed by the great arrangements made by Scott Bradley, gives us a bit more of speed on this playlist.

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