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Pachelbel’s Canon Johann Pachelbel One of the best melodies ever written; music to let your mind drift to.
RICHARD EYRE, film director Tous les Garçons et Les Filles Françoise Hardy Here Comes Summer Jerry Keller Cuando Calienta El Sol Trini Lopez The Girl from Ipanema Stan Getz and João Gilberto All Summer Long The Beach Boys Because they remind me of being young, in love/lust, sun, sea, expectation, and fun and folly.
Tunes for Archbishop Parker’s Psalter Thomas Tallis Sublime, other-worldly music from 500 years ago, which sounds oddly futuristic.
Roots: My Life, My Song Jessye Norman This new album shows the great woman, with her glorious operatic career behind her, getting down and dirty with Nina Simone and Duke Ellington.
KARL PILKINGTON, comedian Stranger on the Shore Acker Bilk I popped this on recently when I was trying to sleep in the Peruvian jungle (impossible). Our Lips are Sealed Fun Boy Three Listened to this in Rio in Brazil, the hottest place I’ve ever been to. IAN BOSTRIDGE, opera singer What a Little Moonlight can Do Billie Holiday This evocation of night-time is counterintuitive for a summer favourite, I know, but we always play it driving through France on holiday.
You get what you Give New Radicals The chords are so uplifting it makes you think of driving your car in the sun, with the roof down and no traffic and no red lights.
Planet Claire The B-52’s The first record I can remember buying that had ‘PLAY LOUD’ written on the label. David Gray’s album ‘Foundling’ (Polydor), is out Aug 16 FRANCIS WHEEN, author & broadcaster Sunny Afternoon The Kinks July 1966: I’m in my school dormitory after lights out, listening to the Kinks’ new number one on Radio Luxembourg. Werewolves of London Warren Zevon August 1978: I play this to a new acquaintance, Christopher Hitchens, after dinner.
When he asks for it again, and then again, I know we’re friends for life. Kirsty Mac Coll September 1989: I’m in Tuscany with a cassette of Kirsty Mac Coll’s new album.
Why it made the Bonus Picks: Pokemon: The First Movie is a classic of the classic, 90’s childhood-wise, but it’s still a pretty enduring shounen movie.
Whether watching it again for Ash’s endurance or experiencing Satoshi in the Japanese subs, the movie is always interesting and definitely ranks as one of the classic, old school Shounen shows.