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Listen to Todd Terje’s eclectic Essential Mix

Listen to Todd Terje’s eclectic Essential Mix

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Norwegian space-disco don Todd Terje provided the latest BBC Essential mix over the weekend and what an eclectic two hours it is. From Steve Miller to Jim Morrison to Men At Work to Lone to Gerry Rafferty, the mix encompasses all styles from funk to jazz to easy-listening to electronic, showing off Terje’s deep musical knowledge in the process. Track list below.


Todd Terje’s Essential Mix Tracklist:

1.wally badarou – voices
2.riuichi sakamoto & robin scott – once in a lifetime
3.herb alpert – rotation
4.jim morrison – ghost song
5.guru guru – taoma
6.edu lobo – zanzibar
7.paul mauriat – from jupiter with love
8.juan laya & jorge montiel – cumbanchero
9.traks – wild safari (edit)
10.men at work – down under (chuck norris dub)
11.dennis brown – out of the funk
12.tanner ross – straight to the moon
13.tim green – cherry
14.let’s get lost – 1002 nights
15.nese karaböcek – yali yali (edit)
16.angelo & eighteen – flight 2
17.status iv – you ain’t really down (edit)
18.lone – lying in the reeds
19.chico hablas – los voladores (edit)
20.joe – r.e.j. bit
21.kitty winter – new morning (prins thomas edit)
22.shindai lovers – a little bit faster (prins thomas edit)
23.linus loves – skagg
24.steve miller band – serenade
25.sleazy mcqueen – mrs vanderbilt
26.guitar slim green – shake it up (edit)
27.gerry rafferty – right down the line (12″ mix)
28.nicolette larson – lotta love (12″ mix)


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