New Movie, New Playlist: Part 2

So Wednesday I posted Part 1 of my bullshit speculative playlist for Richard Armitage’s new role in the filming-right-now Sleepwalker and a lot — okay, all of it but the Robert Palmer — the speculation was thanks to Marlise Boland’s post at The Anglophile Channel. Part 1 was rocking stuff and Part 2 is a little not so rocking. It all still rocks, though, and I got some really good suggestions that I’m including so ready?

Servetus suggested this one off blog and I’m so glad she did. I think she posted this over at Me+Richard last yearish? “Send Us A Quiet Night” is the closing track from the 2007 album Apples by June Tabor. Beautiful.

Also beautiful and a 60s hippie goddess is Mama Cass. I can never seem to stop listening to her once I start so getting to the next one might take me a minute here. This is from her debut solo album Dream a Little Dream.

From hippie goddess to jazz goddess: Ella Fitzgerald. This works for insomnia, I think.

Again, comments are open…what do you think should be on the playlist? Have a great Friday!

 

 

 

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  1. zan
    Oct 10, 2014 @ 19:17:03

    Really, really enjoyed this playlist. Love, love, love Mama Cass and find it hard to pull myself away from her stuff once I start listening, too. And Ella, oh oh my. Great choices, Jazzy! How about I’m Only Sleeping (Beatles)? Or maybe Dream Weaver (Gary Wright)? 🙂

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    • jazzbaby1
      Oct 10, 2014 @ 21:10:17

      Both of those are great suggestions, zan, thanks! Isn’t “Dreamweaver” about Bob Dylan? Or is that “Dear Mr. Fantasy” by Traffic?

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      • zan
        Oct 11, 2014 @ 08:52:49

        I think “Dream Weaver” is about George Harrison. Gary Wright was friends with GH for many years and recently wrote a book about that time. Not sure about the Traffic song …

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  2. ArmitageFan
    Oct 10, 2014 @ 20:36:33

    How about These Dreams by Heart: “These dreams go on when I close my eyes, Every second of the night, I live another life…” or Stuck in a Moment by U2: “You’ve got stuck in a moment and you can’t get out of it…”. The 2nd one is a little off topic but it feels like a fit to me. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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