Member Since: 3/27/2006
Total Mixes: 5
Total Feedback: 1
Message | Friend

Other Mixes By ifis_zero

MP3 Playlist | Pop
MP3 Playlist | Theme - Cover Songs
MP3 Playlist | Theme - Depression
MP3 Playlist | Electronic


Artist Song Buy
J-Walk  Soul Vibration   buy on itunes
Nick Cave  Nature Boy   buy on itunes
David Bowie  Never Get Old   buy on itunes
New Order  Turn   buy on itunes
Simple Minds  Home   buy on itunes
Duran Duran  What Happends Tomorrow   buy on itunes
Bon Jovi  Welcome to wherever you are   buy on itunes
Santana  Just Feel Better (Feat. Steven Tyler Of Aerosmith)   buy on itunes
The Rolling Stones  Streets of Love   buy on itunes
Deep Purple  Girls Like That   buy on itunes
John Cale  Woman   buy on itunes
Morrissey  You Have Killed Me   buy on itunes
Depeche Mode  Lilian   buy on itunes
Prince  Black Sweat   buy on itunes
Van Morrison  Big Blue Diamonds   buy on itunes
Brian Eno  This   buy on itunes
Kate Bush  King of the Mountain   buy on itunes
David Gilmour  The Blue   buy on itunes


The main idea behind this compilation is written in an post in my blog (however it's in greek so it'll be all greek to you). This is how it goes near far.

It happens to know a few people, friends and relatives that seek for the new Big Band having in mind creatively huge artists such as Pink Floyd, Deep Purple, Roy Gallagher etc and that they kinda repel new groups and music trends. So I thought, in order to help myself not to get disoriented and stick only to contemporary music, to collect into a single CD new releases from artists that have spend years making music.

So it goes a little bit something like this...

I'd also like to add that the first song (J-Walk - Soul vibration) is used as opening theme on my show that I produce in our student radio station named "Xoros 94,2". That's the reason it's included, since these are my early compilations. In those to come I leave it out...
image for mix


Little Spencer Boys
Date: 3/31/2006
Three thumbs up! Nice mix, Great cover, and Greek, by definition WOULD be Greek to me!

You must be logged in to do this.