Nearly Comfortable Vol.4: All’s well that ends with a bit of Gypsy

January 24, 2010

Hello you,

Well it’s been a few weeks, time for another update to the nearly comfortable series. This time we start of with a bit of electronica (surprise surprise) from The Renegades a track taken from an old Skam compilation that I have been playing for years which then gives way to a track sent to me via this site by the superb T-toe, if you don’t know this chap then head over to his myspazz and put a smile on your ears. Things then get a bit more choppy and fatty boom batty with Subjex and Bitstream, while an old kraked favorite from Wauvenfold and a great track from Lali Puna segway into the folktronica tones of Xela. Things tangent a little with Rain Dogs by Tom Waits which sounds so much like the theme to Black Books that if I were Tom I would be looking for some royalty cheques. This is where things go a little bit downstairs in HMV Oxford Circus with a dash of classic soundtrack and some Womad worthy world music. It is worth noting that I have not messed with the speeds of any of these tracks. Fanfare Ciocarlia really play that fast, it’s the gypsy equivalent of Gabba!


Asteroid (The Pearl & Dean Theme): Pete Moore
Marvin the Martian
Destination Tomorrow: The Renegades
?: Tom BurbankT-toe remix
Bass Lobe: Bitstream
Funkynightmare: Subjex
Clip: Wauvenfold
It’s Not The Worst I’ve Looked: Lali Puna
Smiles and Bridges: Xela
Rain Dogs: Tom Waits
The Gulag Orkestar: Beirut
The Man With A Harmonica: Ennio Morricone
Horă cu strigături: Fanfare Ciocarlia
Hai Romale: Fanfare Ciocarlia
Yosemite Sam

Don’t forget you can download this compilation by pressing the arrow button to the right of this player

Nearly Comfortable Vol4.1 23.01.10  by  MickeyTheFish


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