Saturday morning is a new mix from Pirate Satellite. Hear cuts from Jerry Goldsmith's delightful soundtrack to Our Man Flint. Hear Shift, from their album Lost In a Moment; Tripssono and G-Spliff from Tango Chill Sessions; Sinewave from Unity Gain. Also Ror-Shak's invigorating cover of The Cure's A Forest, "You're in It now, with Pirate Satellite". Hear Michael Hedges haunting cover of Theme From Hatari, "Like another world, ya dig-dig-dig?" Max Sedgley w/Z-Star resonate summertime love with Slowly. Groove Armada remix Language Lab. Iceland's Emiliana Torrini sings eclectic vibes from Love In The Time Of Science; France's Thierry David outerspace/innerspace Galactic Bliss from his new release Stellar, and more. Live steam @kruufm.com. We'll post the playlist afterward.
"Electrical current, Hallowed be thy name" - Emiliana Torrini
Strangely, the year 2009 produced some exceptional chill music (music that gives you a laid-back, rhythmical but spacey groove, so it's easy for you to lay back and chill).
I start and end the show with Tosca, the Austrian duo of Dorfmeister and Huber, and then a dreamy vocal by Asheni, with the groove by Kill The Cat, and some fascinating accoustic guitar from Paco Fernandez.
I will also feature tracks that could be labeled acid jazz and improvisational classical, with performances by Yo Yo Ma (left) and the Balanescu Quartet, and two hard-to-define performances by Muse.
The complete playlist is here: http://kruufm.com/node/8855
"Deep in the forest a call was sounding, and as often as he heard this call, mysteriously thrilling and luring, he felt compelled to turn his back upon the fire and the beaten earth around it, and to plunge into the forest, and on and on, he knew not where or why; nor did he wonder where or why, the call sounding imperiously, deep in the forest.”
~ Jack London
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