It was a good day

17 it was a good day

mid-month music mix is here. there’s no rhyme or reason to this one, just a bunch of tunes i have been enjoying & playing to death lately. i decided not to over think it this time round. truth.

It was a good day. playlist:

  1. Fleet Foxes – Lorelai
  2. The Wilderness of Manitoba – Orono Park
  3. Field – Sunday (Field is now known as Auditorium)
  4. The Beatles – Michelle
  5. Miriam Makeba – The Click Song
  6. The Velvet Underground – Sunday Morning
  7. Tenacious D – Fuck Her Gently
  8. Ice Cube – Today Was A Good Day
  9. Funkdoobiest – Rock On
  10. Pixies – Havalina
  11. Paul Simon – 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover (Pollyn’s Re-Edit Remix)
  12. TV On The Radio – Killer Crane
  13. Broken Social Scene – Swimmers
  14. The Chemical Brothers – Asleep from Day
  15. The Mutato Muzika Orchestra – Hey Jude

all music is for sampling purposes only – please go out and buy the artists’ records & support them at their shows!

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  1. says

    Tenacious D!!

    (I just tried to post that and it told me my comment was too short haha. Really, that’s all I had to say…but I’m telling you about it so it will let me post heh!)

  2. says

    This guy I know used to hook up his guitar and amp in the middle of the road in Swellendam and blast “Fuck her Gently” to the neighborhood on Sunday mornings. Good times.

  3. says

    I’m having issues downloading as well. I always get your mixes and never have any trouble. Not sure whats going on today. No problem though- just wanted to give you the heads up. Thanks!

  4. fabio says

    Excellent playlist Diana, one of my favourites. It has taken me from work to home and back again and wishing it was Sunday morning, with coffee and good company, watching the sea and letting the day unfold. The inclusion of Tenacious D’s ‘Fuck Her Gently’, is a stroke of genius.

  5. says

    Hey there. Me and a friend were just listening to your playlist “It Was a Good Day” and we were thinking it reminded us of “The Royal Tenenbaums.” Of course, probably affected by our recent viewing of the film. But it was beautiful, thank you.