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MEMORY TAPES: 9TH SEPTEMBER 2011

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Jon Teamlaverne Jon Teamlaverne | 09:23 UK time, Friday, 9 September 2011

Today's Memory Tape comes from friend of the show Stefan Kallee. Following a tough period in 2005, Stefan poured the emotions of that year in to three mix CDs.

 

In his own words, Stefan emailed to say: "You've said before, Lauren, that there is no art form that affects you the way that music does. I also believe that music provides a magnificent form of catharsis and so while I was in the flat alone, packing up, I took the rubbish from the year before & the bag of mixed emotions and banned it all onto 3 discs. It worked wonders, honestly."

 

Plus, he's now getting married in October which marks a new chapter in his life, and therefore the perfect time to feature the CDs as a Memory Tapes.

 

Here's a taste of the three CDs:

 

Opening - Linkin Park (from Meteora)

Numb - Linkin Park

Tiger - Paula Cole

Just Want To Live - The Open

Gimme Shelter - The Rolling Stones

Wish (Acoustic Version) - Lighthouse Family

Humpty Dumpty - Aimee Mann

A Bad Dream - Keane

Keep The Home Fires Burning - The Bluetones

A Punch Up At A Wedding - Radiohead

Pretty Good Year - Tori Amos

Stand Inside Your Love - Smashing Pumpkins

Nos Da Cariad - David Gray

Wicked Game (Cover) - JJ72

Invisible Ink - Aimee Mann

Is A Woman (Alpha Remix) - Lambchop

Long Distance - Turin Brakes

Bullet Proof... I Wish I Was - Radiohead

Gold - Beverley Knight

Toast - Tori Amos

 

Inspired? Email Lauren your Memory Tape today!

 

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