Every Other Freckle

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alt-J – Every Other Freckle (Official Video – Boy) from Infectious Music on Vimeo.

alt-J directed by Olivier Groulx. From the forthcoming album ‘This Is All Yours’ . Pls note that at some point contains nudity

Zoolooklogie

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By Jean Michel Jarre! Enjoy

The Walk

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By Jimmy McCracklin. Enjoy

HASHTAG MYASS

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YOUR PIX IN THE MIX – See your instagram pictures featured in Etienne de Crécy Hashtag My Ass video! A big thanks @Panos for bringing this to my attention

White Lines

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“White Lines” is the B-side of the famous “Goodbye Horses” single released in 1991 by Q Lazzarus.

Clutch

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Let me in your world for a while …I used to listen to the song back then on repeat. From Shea Seger

I’m Going Upstairs

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from John Lee Hooker. Enjoy

Drive Home

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Drive Home from Owl House Studios on Vimeo.

Taken from Steven Wilson‘s 2013 album “The Raven That Refused to Sing (and Other Stories)” (Kscope). Video directed by Jess Cope

Staring at windows

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very interesting!video by Antonin DE BEMELS music & lyrics by David LUND

Washington Square

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from The Village Stompers

Buffalo Nickel

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from the Allah-Las new album Worship The Sun

16 Tons

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“Sixteen Tons” is a song about the life of a coal miner, first recorded in 1946 by American country singer Merle Travis and released on his box set album Folk Songs of the Hills the following year. A 1955 version recorded by Tennessee Ernie Ford reached number one in the Billboard charts, while another version by Frankie Laine was released only in Western Europe, where it gave Ford’s version competition.
Make sure that you listen the better sound version below

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