* * * * * RÁDIO ETIÓPIA - AVEC LES TEMPS * * * * *

2012-09-14 15:32:45 UTC

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [ Avec Les Temps ] starts off with a 3mins:38secs movement from [ José Afonso ] which instantly makes you think of the direction the compilation’s going and on the instant it reaches [ Bem Lukas Boysen ] all of a sudden you'll find yourself experiencing goose bumps. It's almost like entering a room with air conditioning from a long walk in the sun. The entire playlist switches between moods, atmospheres and state of mind. It's a great mix with various elements that accomplishes a unique blend from various artists with lots of nostalgic moment. CHECK IT OUT... -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- < < < < < < < < < [ NICELY DONE [ RE TEAM ]. GUYS... BY ALL MEANS. DO NOT SKIP THIS ENTRY ]. > > > > > > > > > -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- RELATED ARTISTS...

[ AUN ] [ Dahlia’s Tears ] [ Ulver ] [ Bästard ] [ Cliponville OrkEstra ] [ Emmalee Crane ] [ Lvmen ] [ Trebuchet ] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- < < < < < < < < < < < < [ Stream Listen " or " Direct Download " BE SURE TO HAVE A GO ]. > > > > > > > > > > > > > -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - RÁDIO ETIÓPIA [ VA ] Album - AVEC LES TEMPS [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2011 Genre - Ambient, Contemporary-classic, Ethereal, Acoustic, Alternative-country, Mod-folk, Experimental [ Great Mix ] Tracklist 01. José Afonso – Sr. Arcanjo (0.00:04) 02. Bem Lukas Boysen – Opening titles (0.03:38) 03. Paulo Bragança – O espirito da carne (0.07:00) 04. Goodbye Ivan – Seeding (0.10:26) 05. Carlos do Carmo & Bernardo Sassetti – Avec les temps (0.14:09) 06. Chapelier Fou – L’eau qui dort (0.18:55) 07. AUN – Return to Jupiter jazz (0.23:20) 08. Dahlia’s Tears – 4th sky convergence & pointless (0.32:05) 09. Ulver – Where is yesterday (0.40:05) 10. Bästard – Travelgum (0.43:48) 11. Cliponville OrkEstra – Strangers (0.45:37) 12. Emmalee Crane – Three nine six twelve (0.48:54) 13. Lvmen – No. 8 (0.54:20) 14. Trebuchet – He ran 058:17) 15. B. Fleischmann – Hyvä päivä (1.03:09) 16. Electric President – I’m not the lonely son (i’m the ghost) (1.09:20) 17. Maya Solovay – American song (1.12:33) 18. Bein Beiny – A part of you (1.15:20) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- STREAM LISTEN: RÁDIO ETIÓPIA [ VA ] - AVEC LES TEMPS DIRECT DOWNLOAD: RÁDIO ETIÓPIA [ VA ] - AVEC LES TEMPS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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