Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Free download playlist

So Salon.com had this Summer Soundtrack Contest where you had to put together a playlist of all free and legal downloads. I decided to enter for the sheer hell of it, and I called my soundtrack "travel Around The World This Summer." It's all "world" music, see? I'm sure I won't win anything or even get published because the Salon Audiofile seems to favor indie rock, so I'll publish it here:
1. "Miyaabele" by Baaba Maal
2. "Orgasmatron" by Albert Kuvezin & Yat-Kha
3. "Man's World" by Natacha Atlas
4. "Don Quijote Marijuana" by Brujeria
5. "Buah" by 7 Notas 7 Colores
6. "Dzungla Na Kaldrmi" by Vlada Divljan
7. "Justo N" by Control Machete
8. "Ganges A Go-go" by Kalyanji & Anandji vs. Automat
9. "Okean" by Veliki Prezir
10. "El Indio" by Charanga Cakewalk
11. "Otpisani" by Boban Markovic Orkestar
12. "El Tambor" by Radio Mundial
13. "Malarae" by Kulisch And Vana-Veli
14. "Livingston Buzz" by Radio Zumbido
15. "Balkan Rumba" by Ognjen I Prijatelji

Oh yeah, BTW, if you can sit through their stupid ads (today's is for the new Comedy Central Show "Stella." Am I the only person in the world who thinks this show looks like it will be anything but funny?), check out Salon's series on Scientology (and that whack job Tom Cruise). Free Katie!

3 comments:

leff said...

Cool! You might think about putting your list on webjay for easy listening.

r4kk4 said...

you're TOTALLY going to get published on salon!

also, i agree. that show in the ad looks horrid. with a capitol h that i didn't type.

i'm totally loving the "scientology revealed" stories too! way too much, i might add. i can't stop giggling!

Lisa B. said...

Wow leff, you are a font of web knowledge! I will explore the webjay thingie ...

Rakka, I'd love it if the playlist appears, but if not, it was fun to put together!

A couple of years ago, I stumbled across the story of Lise McPherson (http://www.lisamcpherson.org/) and I was so appalled I spent several weeks reading everything I could about Scientology ... it's both funny and horrifying. Operation Clambake (http://www.xenu.net/) is the best place to go if you're interested in reading more.