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DeutscheUnschuld - Coast to Coast (Remix)

Now, I usually don't listen to hip hop or rap, but I found one or two tracks which are actually quite nice — and will feed them to you now ;-)

The first one is DeutscheUnschuld's remix of J.Lang's "Coast to Coast". Listen to the original piece, too, you'll be impressed at how different the remix sounds.

Oh, and visit ccmixter.org, the site is really great. Artists have a plethora of Creative Commons licensed music and samples they can choose from for remixing or for their own songs — and the results are really stunning. Creative Commons at it's best!

Song: DeutscheUnschuld - Coast to Coast (Remix) (3:50 min, 5.3 MB)
License: CC-sampling-plus 1.0
Source: ccmixter.org

Paul Cantrell - Chopin Étude 25.1

Frédéric Chopin

And now some classical music (no, really!) from Paul Cantrell: Frédéric Chopin's Étude 25.1. Paul Cantrell has lots more Creative Commons licensed classical music on his homepage, go check it out.

Song: Paul Cantrell - Chopin Etude 25.1 (3:12 min, 3.7 MB)
License: CC-by-nc-sa 2.5
Source: innig.net

Gilberto Gil - Oslodum

Gilberto Gil

We continue with another song from The WIRED CD. "Oslodum" is a lively song full of rhythm by the legendary Gilberto Gil (who is the current Minister of Culture in Brazil, by the way).

Song: Gilberto Gil - Oslodum (3:57 min, 5.2 MB)
License: CC-sampling-plus 1.0
Source: archive.org

DeutscheUnschuld - Religion

The last song for today is bound to wake you up — disco-house-funk-groove from DeutscheUnschuld.

Song: DeutscheUnschuld - Religion (6:31 min, 9.0 MB)
License: CC-sampling-plus 1.0
Source: ccmixter.org

Cynthia Crossen - Ah Yeh

More folk / world music from the Community Music Project — this time a song from Cynthia Crossen which sounds irish / celtic to me (but I could be wrong).

Song: Cynthia Crossen - Ah Yeh (4:10 min, 3.9 MB)
License: CC-by-nd-nc 1.0
Source: archive.org

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