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A Little Night Music

I love the tradition of an aperitif on a summer evening. I asked 
some of my favorite musicians for a playlist. My choices 
would be the One From the Heart soundtrack, Roxy Music’s Avalon, and Elvis Costello’s Almost Blue.

  • A Little Night Music - Sleigh Bells Julee Cruise
  • A Little Night Music - Debbie Harry Marilyn Horne
  • A Little Night Music - Julian Casablancas No Age
  • A Little Night Music - Jackson Browne Daft Punk
  • A Little Night Music - Bryan Ferry Charlie Parker
  • A Little Night Music - D’Angelo
 Ohio Players
  • A Little Night Music - Kim Gordon Apples and Oranges
  • A Little Night Music - Sebastien Tellier Arthur Verocai
  • A Little Night Music - Phoenix Lucio Battisti e
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    Sleigh Bells

    Floating Into the Night,
by Julee Cruise

  2. 2/11

    Debbie Harry

    Any album by Nina Simone

    The Complete Decca Recitals, 
by Marilyn Horne

  3. 3/11

    Julian Casablancas

    “One Million Lovers,” by the Growlers

    “African Herbsman,” by Bob Marley

    Everything in Between, by No Age

    Sketches of Spain, by Miles Davis

    “Amok,” by Atoms for Peace

    “New Brigade,” by Iceage

    “The Rip Tide,” by Beirut

    “Both Sides Now,” by Dengue Fever

    “Silent Shout,” by the Knife

  4. 4/11

    Daft Punk

    “Late for the Sky,” by Jackson Browne

  5. 5/11

    Bryan Ferry

    Charlie Parker With Strings, 
by Charlie Parker

  6. 6/11


    “Honey,” by the Ohio Players

Enter the Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers,
by Wu-Tang Clan

  7. 7/11
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    Kim Gordon

    “Comme à la Radio,” by Brigitte Fontaine

    “Feminina,” by Joyce

    “Apples and Oranges,” by Pink Floyd

    The New Classic, by Iggy Azaela

  9. 9/11

    Sebastien Tellier

Arthur Verocai, by Arthur Verocai

  10. 10/11


    Le Avventure di Lucio Battisti e Mogol, 
by Lucio Battisti

    “Il Cielo in una Stanza,” by Gino Paoli

    “Neanche un Minuto di ‘Non Amore,’” 
by Lucio Battisti

    “Una Festa Sui Prati,” by Adriano Celentano

    “Dadadidattico (Canti Corali per le Scuole Medie) 1977,” by Ivan Cattaneo

    “29 Settembre,” by Lucio Battisti

    “Up Patriots to Arms,” by Franco Battiato

    “L’è Tre Ore Che Son Chi Soto,” 
by Coro della SAT

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