Flat Ed - 24 Hours

The first and only song for today is the simple folk song "24 Hours" by Flat Ed. Hope you like it. I'm off to bed now.

Song: Flat Ed - 24 Hours (2:22 min, 2.8 MB)
License: CC-by 2.0
Source: opsound.org

Monika Bullette - The Laziest Gal In Town

I can't resist. Here's another fine song by Monika Bullette — "The Laziest Gal In Town", an acoustic cover version of a Marlene Dietrich song from Alfred Hitchcock's "Stage Fright". This is a live recording from June 2005.

Song: Monika Bullette - The Laziest Gal In Town (2:38 min, 3.7 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-nd 2.0 Music Sharing License
Source: bullette.net

Monika Bullette - Show Me

"Show me" is the first song from Monika Bullette's debut album "The Secrets". Pretty nice rock song.

Song: Monika Bullette - Show Me (4:31 min, 6.6 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-sa 2.5 (archive.org) or CC-by-nc-nd 2.0 Music Sharing License (bullette.net), not sure. Anyways, either is fine for this podcast.
Source: archive.org

Mercy Machine - Befangen

Here comes (another) slow, dark, almost depressive piece by Mercy Machine. It has German lyrics and spreads a very very dark, melancholic mood, while still being nice to listen to.

Next up is something much, much brighter and happier, I promise ;)

Song: Mercy Machine - Befangen (4:49 min, 4.5 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-sa 1.0
Source: magnatune.com

Junko Yanagida - Flowers

A beautiful mixture of sort of a poem (word spoken by Junko Yanagida, with a very soft voice), accompanied by a flute and rhythmic drums. The first part of the text is spoken in Japanese (I don't understand a word, but luckily there's an English translation in the comments section). The second part is spoken in English and even gets a little symphonic touch (more instruments and a choir in the background), very nice...

Song: Junko Yanagida - Flowers (3:03 min, 3.6 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-nd 2.5
Source: concreteandclay.com

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