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November 06, 2005

The second of this weeks seasonally-themed Swish Blog Playlist mixes attempts to evoke the feeling of a wintery Sunday afternoon, the sun having set at about half five. Wrapping up in a winter coat, scarf, gloves and wooly hat can be a lovely feeling if done right.

The Swish Blog 'Great, now I can wear my winter coat' Mix

The Swish Blog, Weekly Playlist Mix, 06/11/05
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1. Winter - The Fiery Furnaces
2. Up The Morning - Babyshambles
3. Dirty Crystal Ball - Simon Mastrantone
4. You Only Live Once - The Strokes
5. Motorbikin' - The Needs
6. You're Not A Star - The Fakrays
7. The Hypnotist's Son - Emmy The Great
8. Don't Die Before Your Day - The Arrogants
9. I'm Leaving You Baby - Junior Kimbrough
10. Black History Month (Josh Homme Remix) - Death From Above 1979
11. Tribulations (Tiga mix) - LCD Soundsystem
12. Mourir C'est Facile - The Very Hush Hush
13. The Accident - iLiKETRAiNS
14. Sant Feliu - Bullet Union
15. Being In Love (Live on the streets of Amsterdam) - Swearing at Motorists

Snow photo courtesy of Anyone Anywhere

 Posted by Chris at November 6, 2005 07:19 PM |  Category: Mixes, Playlists

Comments

 David says:

yay the fakrays!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

November 7, 2005 07:22 PM
 yasmine says:

wow the fakrays are cool! its nice to see them being appreciated.

November 7, 2005 07:23 PM
 El says:

Triple yay for Fakrays!! Lovely to see them being appreciated podcast stylee :D

November 7, 2005 07:35 PM
 BArry says:

UP the morning!

November 8, 2005 08:16 PM
 paul says:

mate, these blogs are v cool - just the ticket for my morning commute, cheeers!

November 10, 2005 08:10 PM
 Aliide says:

I've been downloading these for a while so I should probably say thanks :)

November 15, 2005 09:26 PM
 chris says:

Aliide Naylor? Do you know Alari Naylor?

November 17, 2005 02:11 PM
 Aliide says:

Yes, he be my brother. Small world, small world.

November 17, 2005 07:47 PM
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