Friday, October 2, 2020


When it comes to pursuing our goals, finding a deeper sense of purpose, or mastering a skill, doing something and taking some action is always better than doing nothing.

That is until we set a goal that is too far out of reach or our ideals gets in the way. Then our pursuit of continued action is replaced by the realization of how far we have to go to get to where we want to be. It’s then that nothing instead of something seems justifiable.

-That’s when its time to just chill, break some eggs, make an omelette and listen to something good. Like this compilation of German rock and jazz funk, Quebecois prog, Finnish folk and soft rock, American jazz, soul, hard rock, space rock and private press pop, Brazilian boogie, Turkish psychedelic funk, British modal jazz and mod pop -Lemon Fogg

Side A
1 The Rias Orchestra – Thariah
2 Epitaph – Kind of a Man
3 L.A. King – Wad’n
4 Plume Latraverse – Adiadyll
5 Pepe Willberg & The Paradise - Toiset meistä
6 Paul Winter / Winter Consort – Sunwheel
7 Michael Andrews - Something Bad Is Better Than Nothing

Side B
8 Lincoln Olivetti & Robson Jorge - Samba E Alegria
9 Erkin Koray - Öksürük
10 Apparition - Astral Spirit
11 Nitzinger – Motherlode
12 Neil Ardley feat. Norma Winstone - Will You Walk A Little Faster?
13 Spencer Mac – Commuter
14 The George School - Persephone's Song
15 Maarit - Uudet tuulet

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  1. Thanks a lot!
    I like the title and the idea behind it!
    thanks for sharing!

    1. My, or our pleasure Il Commendatore - Cheers!

  2. God this blog is the best - I forgot about it for a few years and I'm so glad to see that it's still around, and even active. Do you 3 also do all the art for these compilation tapes? Anyway huge love for the work you all put in putting these together. <3 THANK YOU <3

    1. Hi Alex - thanks! Glad you rediscovered us! Lemon Fogg makes his own art for his mixes and so do Sadhu Sadhu (who also made most of Prabha Devi's art) and I... plus I've made most of the art for our collaboration-mixes. Thinking up these little concepts while trying to make a package that sort of works - or makes sense somehow, is a huge part of what makes it so enjoyable.

    2. Very cool - I always thought the covers served really well as a kind of thesis statement for the mix

  3. Thanx Alex and welcome back! Chiming in from beyond the grave here. No promises, but maybe I’ll do another mix again sometime, artwork and all! :)