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Friday, December 2, 2011

friday frequencies- a little more Gabin

We posted a couple of weeks ago about Gabin, an Italian duo who are mainly influenced by the French lounge scene, and we felt the need to share a little more before we were done with them here on friday frequencies.

A guest artist who appears on several cuts on their album Third and Double is Z-Star. We're not familiar with Z-star, but they seem to have released a cut called "Slow Dancin' " that was later re-worked by Gabin. So here, first, is the original, followed by Gabin's "Slow Dancing dans la Maison"

Finally, we're suckers, as you know, for a Brazilian beat, so here's Fim de Noite by Gabin, featuring Barbara Casini, an Italian songstress who is one of that country's preeminent Bossa Nova artists.
Hope you all have an awesome weekend!!

4 comments:

  1. We like Z-Star's "slow dancin" the best. Reminds us of what we listen to on SomaFM, we like the "Lush" station.

    Good tunes...thanx

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  2. Soma's pretty good, isn't it? Do you listen using iTunes? We also like Lounge Motion FM a lot, which is where we first hear a lot of this stuff. Not sure if this link to it will work, but let's try:

    http://bit.ly/u6p6yW

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  3. Found Lounge Motion FM...thanx a lot. Regarding how we listen to Soma, we have a laptop hooked up to our TV and that's where we listen to it. All we have is Netflix for TV viewing, which we don't really don't watch much, we would rather just listen to tunes. Most all network/broadcast television doesn't fit us at all.

    :-)

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  4. Yes, sadly, TV pretty much sucks!

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