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3. Music to Comb Your Girl's Hair to

Music to Comb Your Girl's Hair to

I have no mixing skills aside from good taste in awesomeness, so this is like a mix you'd make on a dual cassette tape deck. It was made years ago when I was in an interesting mental place, so if you wanna get weird, check it out! A little bit of a lot of different genres: "Since I Don't Have You" - The Skyliners (1959) “Your Very First Love” - The Dubs (1963) "A Teenager in Love" - Dion and the Belmonts (1959) “Night Owl” – Tony Allen and the Champs (1955) “Mama Said” – The Shirelles (1961) “Wonderful World” – Sam Cooke (1960) “I Promise to Remember” – Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers (1956) “You Belong to my Heart” – The Flamingos (1959) “As Long As I’ve Got You” - The Charmels (1967) “Grains de Beauté” – CéU (2009) "Insensible" - Juana Molina (2004) "Tatui(feat. Karine Carvalho" - 3 Na Massa (2008) “Feliz” - Maria Rita - (2005) “Lettre à P...” - Paris Combo (2002) “My Dear Country” - Norah Jones (2007) “Consequence of Sound” - Regina Spektor (2002) “Elevators” – Outkast (1996) “Player’s Club” – Rappin’ 4 Tay (1994) “Ohiani Sua Efir” - Asaase Ase (1977) “Ahouli vou yelli “- Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou (resissue 2009) “Arom Pai Pat” - Ros Serey Sothea (1970 something?) “Sittin’ in my Car” - Slick Rick (1995) "Doobie Ashtray" – Devin the Dude (2002) "O que tinha de ser" - Maria Bethania (1970) "Soneto de despedida" - Vinicius de Moraes (???) “Summertime” - Sam Cooke (1957) "Foi a noite" - Agostinho dos Santos (1958?) "Melodia del rio - Ruben Gonzalez (1997) "Yo Vivo Mi Vida" - Daniel Santos y Julio Jaramillo (1950s?) "El Manisero" - Orquesta Casino la Playa (1930s/40s? reissue 1992) "Perfidia" - Xavier Cugat (1940) "Non, je ne regrette rien" - Edith Piaf (1960) "Swing Valse" - Gus Viseur (1930s?) "Peau Douce" - Carla Bley & Steve Swallow (1993) “This is for the Lover in You” – Shalamar (1980) “The Love I Lost” - Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes (1973)

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