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alelsupreme
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#1 | Posted: 03/27/2016 21:20 | Post subject: SLP #2: aSLPsupreme Reply with quote

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Hey Fellas.

My SLP

Tracklist:
The Tornados - Telstar
Les Paul & Mary Ford - How High The Moon
Billie Holiday (with the Teddy Wilson Orchestra) - What A Little Moonlight Can Do
Hank Williams - Hey Good Lookin'
Bea Wain - Heart and Soul
Elvis Presley - Blue Moon
Roberta Flack - The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
First Aid Kit - Emmylou
Ella Fitzgerald - How High The Moon
Meat Loaf - Paradise by the Dashboard Light


Order here is v. important and heavily thought out. I think I went with a general theme of soft romantic songs because they're really good but also some shit that just sounds cool together. Last track may not be to manys taste but recently I've come to the conclusion that it's one of the most perfectly executed rock songs I've ever heard so it makes the cut. Enjoy, and please comment.
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#2 | Posted: 03/27/2016 22:19 | Post subject: Reply with quote
Where's the Thin Lizzy?
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alelsupreme
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#3 | Posted: 03/27/2016 22:25 | Post subject: Reply with quote
Norman Bates wrote:
Where's the Thin Lizzy?


I think if I added that I would have lapsed so far into cliché I would have to delete. I'm teetering on the edge on a permanent basis as it is anyhow.
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#4 | Posted: 03/27/2016 22:25 | Post subject: Reply with quote
I'll give this a listen later, but I just checked and it looks like the Bea Wain track is unavailable for me.
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#5 | Posted: 03/27/2016 22:32 | Post subject: Reply with quote
fav track: How High the Moon by Ella Fitzgerald, in which Ella charmed me to death. Gonna have to listen to this Live in Berlin album.

I love this playlist since its stuff I never listen to but typically enjoy when I do. You ordered it really well, that Tornados track was a great opener and this playlist flows well. I struggle to get use to the kinda quiet ringing production this old stuff has at times, but whatever. The only track that lost me was the Roberta Flack one, but it was followed by that lovely First Aid Kit track so all's well.

and yeah the Bea Wain track was unavailable for me too (I guess people in the US?) but I just youtubed it.
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alelsupreme
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#6 | Posted: 03/27/2016 22:48 | Post subject: Reply with quote
BrandonMiaow wrote:
fav track: How High the Moon by Ella Fitzgerald, in which Ella charmed me to death. Gonna have to listen to this Live in Berlin album.


I would absolutely recommend so, Ella's a riot.

And with regards to Heart and Soul, I'm surprised it's not available but it is very much worth a listen so if you can't get it please do YT it.
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#7 | Posted: 03/27/2016 23:00 | Post subject: Reply with quote
The title track from Bat Out Of Hell is a much better track as far as straightforward comic Springsteen-esque pompous large man rock and out and out Jmanliness.
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alelsupreme
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#8 | Posted: 03/27/2016 23:10 | Post subject: Reply with quote
Romanelli wrote:
The title track from Bat Out Of Hell is a much better track as far as straightforward comic Springsteen-esque pompous large man rock and out and out Jmanliness.


The title track is too heavy for this playlist - plus Paradise is just so much more unabashed fun.
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#9 | Posted: 03/27/2016 23:16 | Post subject: Reply with quote
Norman Bates wrote:
Where's the Thin Lizzy?


I assume this is an inside joke that I am not on but Thin Lizzy sure as heck aren't needed when there is Hank and Elvis.
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alelsupreme
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#10 | Posted: 03/27/2016 23:22 | Post subject: Reply with quote
LoneStarRebel wrote:
I assume this is an inside joke that I am not on but Thin Lizzy sure as heck aren't needed when there is Hank and Elvis.


It's a reference to my undying love for The Boys Are Back In Town, the greatest song ever made.
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