Mixtape: Demand Nuance

84 minutes of exotica lite, uneasy listening, faux psychedelia and leopard-skin lounge pop, mostly from European sources but with some North Americans thrown in. Demand Nuance was conceived as the soundtrack to the first-class section of a transatlantic flight, circa 1969-70. Drunk entrepreneurs are silently nodding their heads, suave Europeans are distancing themselves from the others, and flight attendants are deciding whose drink to slip a mickey in. The music gets more detached and ominous the more inebriated everyone gets as they slowly lose count of their internal portals. Tötö, I have a feeling we're not in Antwerp anymore.


Tracklist:
Introduction
Alan Hawkshaw - Girl in a Sports Car
Мирослава Скорика - Аелiта
Harry Breuer - Saturn Ski Jump
La Maquina del Sonido - La Gente Es Extrana
Mario y sus Diamantes - El Cable
Joe Ki & Peter Thomas - Mao
Hazy Osterwald Sextett - Deutschland: Der Treue Husar
Mimi Hétu - Maman, j'ai le coeur qui bat
Orchester Günter Gollasch - Es Steht Ein Haus In New Orleans
Richard Dawson - Apples and Oranges
Krzysztof Komeda - Radio (One)
Özdemir Erdoğan - Gurbet
B. Bumble & the Stingers - Dawn Cracker
Madeleine Chartrand - Ani-Kuni
Moğollar - Iklığ
Steve King - Satan is Her Name
Don Sebesky - Water Brother
Gaya - Uronila Platok
Simon Haseley - Prototype
Norma Tanega - You're Dead
Baris Manco - Lambaya Puf De
Robert Charlebois - Lindberg
Ennio Morricone - Passaggi Nel Tempo
Cast of "Foxtrot" - De Laatste Dans
Hülya Süer - Şeker Oğlan
Muzsikás - Kalotaszegi Legényes
Werner Drexler - Something to Remember
Ivo Robić - Stranci u Noći


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