716 Playlists – Mrs. Blythe Playlist


11.04.15 - Guillaume

Mrs. Blythe (Paris / San Francisco) is a dj and a blogger for Italo Deviance & Peachr. With Madam X, they are the duet The Miriam Blaylocks.

716 Playlists - Mrs. Blythe Playlist

« All the following tracks are from my vinyl collection. It is a mix of weird and bewitching tracks I like to play for friends and for me when I am home. »

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1) William Sheller – Lux Aeterna – Introit

This is the track I like to play when I wake up. It is like a load of good energy. The best track to start a beautiful day.

 

2) Rex Ilusivii – Zla Kob

The perfect experimental Yugoslav track from 1983 to play after William Sheller to stay in a bewitching mood.


3) D-Day – Dust

Still in 1983, a very sexy Japanese new wave track.


4) The B-52’s – Mesopotamia

A classic in my collection, my fave track from The B-52’s, my fave band when I was a teen.

 

5) Giorgos Theodorakis – Stou

Still in the 80’s, a greek rarity from Giorgos Theodorakis. The perfect track for dreaming.

 

6) Michel Rubini & Denny Jaeger – Beach House

The soundtrack of The Hunger with Catherine Deneuve, David Bowie and Susan Sarandon, one of the best movies and soundtracks in the 80’s. I started recently a new dj duet with my friend Madam X as The Miriam Blaylocks, a tribute to the Catherine Deneuve’s character in this movie.


7) Linda Law – All The Night

One of my fave disco tracks played at 33 rpm and one of the sexiest track in this world.


8) Giacomo Dell’Orso I – Emanuelle´s Theme

Still in the sexy time mood, one of my fave tracks from The Black Emanuelle’s soundtrack erotic movie.


9) Jah Wobble – Sunshine

A super happy and sexy track from Jah Wobble. It is the kind of sounds I like to hear when I walk in Paris. Maybe I would love to see Parisians dancing in the street on this track (I’m just dreaming).


10) Jefferson Airplane – White Rabbit

Back to the 60’s, the classic White rabbit track from the San Francisco based band Jefferson Airplane. The track I like to play at the end of a party, on which I like to see people dancing slowly.

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