viernes, 22 de noviembre de 2013

Playlist nº 44: Kit de supervivencia para naufragios en islas desiertas

¿Quién no se ha imaginado alguna vez como un Robinson abandonado, tal vez para siempre, en una ignota playa? ¿Quién no se ha preguntado o ha sido preguntado sobre qué se llevaría consigo a una isla desierta? Es un tópico tan recurrente que el músico Brian Eno bautizó una selección de sus mejores trabajos en solitario de los años setenta como Desert Island Selection, jugando también con el nombre de la discográfica que los editó -Island Records-. De música se trata, pues en un caso de forzado y prolongado aislamiento no necesito la compañía de un balón pintarrajeado como Tom Hanks ni preciso de búnkeres ni osos polares como los náufragos de Lost. No, para mi supervivencia me basta, además de las lógicas provisiones, un buen puñado de libros y mi iPod cargado con las canciones que me son imprescindibles para vivir. Lo he dejado en cien, por elegir un número redondo, para reproducir en modo aleatorio. Suman diez horas que se pueden repetir en cualquier orden. Me he limitado al pop, rock y derivados de habla no hispana. Se pueden discutir las ausencias, pero creo que las presencias no necesitan explicación. Sírvanse.

1. The Velvet Underground: Venus in furs (The Velvet Underground and Nico, 1966)
2. Bob Dylan: Positively 4th street (single, 1965)
3. Brian Ferry: A hard rain's a-gonna fall (These foolish things, 1973)
4. Beach Boys: God only knows (Pet sounds, 1966)
5. Marvin Gaye: Let's get it on (Let's get it on, 1973)
6. Sam Cooke: Wonderful world (Portrait of a legend, 2003)
7. Aretha Franklin: Think (Aretha now, 1968)
8. Jackson 5: ABC (single, 1969)
9. The Jam: Going underground (single, 1980)
10. The Who: Baba O'Rilley (Who's next, 1971)
11. David Bowie: Time (Aladdin sane, 1973)
12. Lou Reed: How do you think it feels (Berlin, 1973)
13. Led Zepppelin: Kashmir (Phisical Graffiti, 1975)
14. Jethro Tull: Locomotive Breath (Aqualung, 1970)
15. Deep Purple: Highway star (Machine head, 1971)
16. Bob Marley & the Wailers: No woman no cry (Natty dread, 1974)
17. Roxy Music: Love is the drug (Siren, 1975)
18. The Beatles: A day in the life (Sargent Pepper's lonely hearts club band, 1967)
19. Leonard Cohen: Hallelujah no 2 (Various positions, 1985)
20. The Rolling Stones: Sweet Virginia (Exile on Main St., 1972)
21. The Clash: Career opportunities (Sandinista!, 1980)
22. Sex Pistols: Anarchy in the UK (Never mind the bollocks, 1977)
23. Frank Sinatra _& the Quincy Jones Orchestra: Fly me to the moon (Live at the Copa, 1965)
24. Janis Joplin: Summertime (Live at Woodstock, 1960)
25. The Kinks: Waterloo sunset (Something else, 1966)
26. Rod Stewart: Maggie May (Every picture tells a story, 1971)
27. The Righteous Brothers: Unchained melody (Phil Spector's Back to mono, 1977)
28. The Ronettes: Be my baby (single, 1962)
29. Ike & Tina Turner: River deep mountain high (Phil Spector's Back to mono, 1977)
30. Marvin Gaye & Tammy Terrell: Ain't no mountain high enough (single, 1968)
31. The Band: The weigh (Music from Big Pink, 1966)
32. Johnny Cash: Folsom prison blues (At Folsom prison, 1968)
33. John Lennon: #9 dream (Shaved fish, 1975)
34. George Harrison: My sweet Lord (All things must pass, 1970)
35. Creedence Clearwater Revival: Fortunate son (Willy and the poor boys, 1969)
36. Dr. Feelgood: Roxette (Stupidity, 1976)
37. Neil Young: Helpless (The last waltz, 1976)
38. Gloria Gaynor: I will survive (single, 1978)
39. ABBA: Dancing queen (Arrival, 1976)
40. Roy Orbison: In dreams (The platinum collection, 2004)
41. Bruce Springsteen: Badlands (Darkness at the edge of town, 1978)
42. Elvis Presley: Reconsider Baby (Elvis is back, 1960)
43. Elvis Costello & Nick Lowe: Baby it's you (Goodbye cruel world, 1984)
44. King Crimson: Starless (Red, 1974)
45. Genesis: The lamb lies down on Broadway (The lamb lies down on Broadway, 1974)
46. Sonic Youth: Teeen age riot (Daydream nation, 1988)
47. Uncle Tupelo: No depression (No depression, 1990)
48. Sugarcubes: Birthday (Life's too good, 1988)
49. This Mortal Coil: Song to the siren (It'll end in tears, 1984)
50. The The: Perfect (single, 1983)
51. The Undertones: Teenage kicks (The Undetones, 1979)
52. Squeeze: Up the junction (45s and under, 1979)
53. The Spencer Davis Group: Keep on running (Eight gigs a week, 1996)
54. Specials: Do nothing (More Specials, 1981)
55. Adam and the ants: Los rancheros (Kings of the wild frontier, 1981)
56. The Smiths: How soon is now (single, 1985)
57. Carole King: A natural woman (Tapestry, 1971)
58. Frank Zappa: Flower punk (We're only in it for the money, 1968)
59. New York Dolls: Personality Crisis (New York Dolls, 1973)
60.  Suicide: Frankie teardrop (Suicide, 1977)
61. Arcade Fire: Sprawl II/Mountains beyond mountains (The suburbs, 2010)
62. Pixies: Here comes your man (Doolittle, 1989)
63. Suede: She's in fashion (The best of Suede, 2011)
64. Pet shop boys: Suburbia (Please, 1985)
65. Eddie Cochran: Summertime blues (single, 1958)
66. The Beatles: Revolution (single, 1968)
67. Talking heads: Life during wartime (Fear of music, 1979)
68. Elvis Costello: Indoor fireworks (King of America, 1986)
69. The Cure: The funeral party (Faith, 1981)
70. Joy Division: Atmosphere (single, 1981)
71. New Order: Bizarre love triangle (Brotherhood, 1986)
72. Jacques Brel: La chanson de Jacky (Ces gens-la, 1965)
73. Billie Holiday: Strange fruit  (Lady sings the blues, 1955)
74. Bessie Smith: Gimmie a pigfoot and a bottle of beer (?, 1932)
75. Brian Eno: I'll come running (Another green world, 1975)
76. Soft Cell: Say hello, wave goodbye (Non stop erotic cabaret, 1981)
77. Scott Walker: Montague terrace in blue (In my room, 2003)
78. Armadillo String Quartet: Youkali tango (Lost in the stars, 1985)
79. Warren Zevon: Werewolves of  London (Preludes, 2007)
80. Supremes: Stop! in the name of love (single, 1962)
81. Chuck Berry: Roll over beethoven (single, 1957)
82. AC/DC: You shook me all night long (Back in black, 1980)
83. Amy Winehouse: You know i'm not good (Back in black, 2006)
84. The Small Faces: Sha-la-la-leee (single, 1968)
85. Air: Sally watch the stars (Moon Safari, 1996)
86. Kraftwerk: Antenne (Radio-activity, 1975)
87. Massive Attack: Unfinished Simpathy (Blue lines, 1991)
88. The Mamas and the Papas: Go where you wanna go (You can believe your eyes and your ears, 1967)
89. Ray Charles: Hallelujah I love her so (The genious, 1959)
90. The Ramones: Sheenah is a punk rocker (Leave Home)
91. The Pogues: The band played Waltzing Mathilda (Rum, sodomy & the lash, 1985)
92. Madness: Madness (Madness, 1980)
93. The Style Council: Homebreakers (Our favorite shop, 1985)
94. Psychedelic Furs: Forever now (Forever now, 1982)
95. The Teardrop Explodes: When I Dream (Kilimanjaro, 1980)
96. R. E. M.: Nightswimming (Automatic for the people, 1992)
97. Morrissey: Everyday is like sunday (Viva hate, 1988)
98. Michael Jackson: Wanna be startin' something (Thriller, 1983)
99. Cream: Crossroads (Wheels of fire, 1968)
100. Byrds: Eight miles high (Fifth dimension, 1966)


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