mochi // listen

a few of my favourite non title tracks from girls

love f(x) | head, shoulders, knees and toes feistar | so sorry orange caramel | whisky hello venus | wait a minute snsd | no more f(x) | girls heart aoa | not an angel apink | whistle girls day | after club brown eyed girls | baton touch mamamoo | so good kara | dada la ladies code | not today not tomorrow 15& | la boum soung jieun | only gained weight 4minute | think about exid

next station / listen
calm, piano, instrumental, alone, study

no way to go home 316 | sleepless night (piano ver.) shinee | the sixth station joe hisaishi | dreamcatcher alexandre desplat | tetzukazu no kanjou tonari no kaibutsu-kun ost | the wind sings goldmund | i will (piano ver.) ao haru ride | seijaku kiyoshi yoshida | sweden C418 | daylife kiyoshi yoshida | replay (piano ver.) shinee | river flows in you yiruma | on a clear day (piano ver.) kikis delivery service | threnody goldmund

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Fresh Air jazz critic Kevin Whitehead remembers jazz pianist Horace Silver, who passed away this week: 

“Horace Silver could handle bebop’s high-speed chases, but he favored more relaxed tempos and stronger echoes of blues and gospel—what came to be called hard bop. He started leading his own two-horn quintets featuring no end of original tunes with infectious, built-in grooves—and maybe little extensions or riffing interludes to spur the players on. On his mid-’50s hit “The Preacher,” adapted from an old drinking song, you can practically see the congregation swaying in the pews. Whole bands, whole movements would take off from that sound.”