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On the occasion of the release of their new album, the Qobuzissime "Disco Volador", The Orielles unveil their playlist with some of the songs that marked their musical education, as well as some of their all-time favourite songs. 1. A Certain Ratio – Flight We're all massive fans of ACR and they influence and inspire us greatly. This is suc...See more
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MARTIN HANNETT, Producer - Simon Topping, Composer - Martin Moscrop, Composer - Donald Johnson, Composer - Jeremy Kerr, Composer - Mute Song Ltd, MusicPublisher - A Certain Ratio, Artist, MainArtist - Jeff Hooper, Mixer - Stuart Pickering, Mixer - Pete Terrell, Composer
2017 A Certain Ratio under exclusive license to Mute Artists Limited. 1980 A Certain Ratio under exclusive license to Mute Artists Limited.
Arthur Russell, Composer, MainArtist
2015 Audika Records LLC 2015 Audika Records LLC
Jeff Phelps, Artist, MainArtist
2010 Tomlab 2010 Tomlab
Alice Coltrane, MainArtist, ComposerLyricist - ED MICHEL, Producer
℗ 1972 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
Asha Puthli, Composer, MainArtist
1976 CBS Inc. / Asha Puthli Inc. 1976 CBS Inc. / Asha Puthli Inc.
Nilesh Patel, Mastering Engineer - Marlon, Drums - Jérôme Blondel, Assistant Mixing Engineer - Air, MainArtist - Nicolas Godin, Producer, Keyboards, Percussion, Writer, Recording Engineer, Synth Bass, Synthesizer, Vocoder, Hand Clap - Jean-Benoit Dunckel, Writer - Stephane "Alf" Briat, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer - JB DUNCKEL, Producer, Glockenspiel, Keyboards, Piano, Recording Engineer, Synthesizer, Vocoder, Hand Clap - Jérôme Kerner, Assistant Recording Engineer
© 1998 - Source/ Parlophone Music, une division de Parlophone Music France. ℗ 1997 Parlophone / Warner Music France, a Warner Music Group Company
Sandro Brugnolini, Performer - Alessandro Brugnolini, Composer
Henry Threadgill, Alto Saxophone, Main Artist, Alto Saxophone - Olu Dara, Composer, Lyricist - ED MICHEL, Producer - Diedre Murray, Co-Producer
(P) 1988 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment
Bernie Taupin, Composer, Writer - Elton John, Composer, Writer - Lani Hall, MainArtist
© 2016 Herb Alpert Presents ℗ 2016 Herb Alpert Presents
Joe Henderson, MainArtist, ComposerLyricist - Alice Coltrane, MainArtist - Orrin Keepnews, Producer
℗ 2017 Concord Music Group, Inc.
Peggy Lipton, Associated Performer, Main Artist - D. Leitch, Composer
Originally released 1970. All rights reserved by Ode Records
Marty Paich, Arranger - The Fifth Dimension, Performer - Jim Webb, Composer - Jim Webb, Lyricist - Jim Webb, Arranger - Jim Webb, Conductor - Mark Gordon, Producer - Johnny Rivers, Producer
Originally released 1967. All rights reserved by Arista Records, LLC
PUBLIC DOMAIN, MusicPublisher - Kamasi Washington, MainArtist
2015 Brainfeeder 2015 Brainfeeder
2019 Warp Records 1999 Duophonic UHF Disks
On the occasion of the release of their new album, the Qobuzissime "Disco Volador", The Orielles unveil their playlist with some of the songs that marked their musical education, as well as some of their all-time favourite songs.
1. A Certain Ratio – Flight
We're all massive fans of ACR and they influence and inspire us greatly. This is such a great tune to start the playlist, as it really feels as though we are about to take flight and go on a journey through space! We ripped off the little hi-hat stop in one of our latest singles, 'Come Down on Jupiter'.
2. Arthur Russell - Lucky Cloud
The first time I heard this song, I must've put it on repeat for about an hour. There's something about Russell's vocal delivery and metre that always gets me and in this song it's particularly moving. This whole record is stupid good as well!
3. Jeff Phelps - Wrong Space, Wrong Time
I don't know loads about Jeff Phelps as there's not a lot about him online, he only has this one self-produced record out and it is very rare! I was hooked on this record as soon as I heard it though, it's got kinda a William Onyeabor feel to the production with warm synth sounds and drum machines. The arrangements and tones are really beautifully arranged and the vocals in this track are so nice!
4. Alice Coltrane - Galaxy in Satchidananda
All of Alice's music is pure gold! I love her use of the harp and the droning tanpura. The string orchestra sounds so beautifully huge on this record as well, and listening through headphones is a truly magical experience.
5. Asha Puthli - Space Talk
A great little boogie bop straight from the mid-70s. The percussion on this song runs throughout and keeps the beat super danceable underneath the ethereal vocals. A great one that we often will DJ or play before going on stage.
6. Air - Kelly Watch The Stars
One of the best uses of a vocoder in 90's electronica. The Rhodes chords and synth melody lines in this song really make for a great journey into space!
7. Sandro Brugnoini - Adrie's Dream
Now that we're right up there orbiting the earth, it's time to let go and enjoy the atmosphere before our descent back to reality. This is the perfect soundtrack song, it really fits with any mood or any vibe and I love the drums and organ in this song.
8. Henry Threadgill - I Can't Wait Till I Get Home
The opening 20 seconds of this song got me hooked on Threadgill instantly. I was introduced to his music by a friend and he has a lot of music to explore but this is one of my favourites of his for sure. Once again, I love the drums in this song and the snare sounds amazing.
9. Lani Hall - Come Down In Time
We're almost home! This version of Elton John's original is so peaceful and special. Lani's voice is beautiful. This record also has a nice version of Tiny Dancer on it too.
10. Joe Henderson, Alice Coltrane – Earth
What better way to come back down to earth than with an incredible tabla solo to begin this song. It then enters into classic Henderson territory with some class A saxophone shredding. This is the closing track to their 4 track collaborative record named 'The Elements' and it really does feel like a gratifying descent back onto solid ground.
11. Wear your love line heaven - Peggy Lipton
12. Up, up and away - the 5th dimension
13. Clair De Lune - Kamasi Washington
14. Infinity Girl – Stereolab
15. Jupiter - John Coltrane
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