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Bodytonic Podcast 056 : Sven Weisemann
Sven Weisemann hinted something was brewing with his recent 'Xine Zero' 12" - alongside his usual crystalline, modernist take on house, he presented three offerings that moved leftfield. Now, the German producer uses his debut album 'Xine' - a collection of 20 excerpts that reflect "an imagined journey through all aspects of life' - to further explore this area. The result is quite beautiful - a modern classical-meets-electronic beat tape that will surprise and delight. The limited edition book version of the release is long-gone, but the equally nifty digipack release is out now. We asked Sven to put together some records that inspired 'Xine', and this is what he came up with...
Jonathan Jeremiah 'Happiness' (Quiet Village Remix)
Stan Getz/Joao Gilberto ft Antonio Carlos Jobim 'The Girl From Ipanema'
Georges Delerue 'Elle' (L'ete Meurtrier)
Ennio Morricone 'Cockeye's Song'
Shigeru Umebayashi 'Yumeji's Theme'
Ryuichi Sakamoto 'Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence'
John Barry 'I Had A Farm In Africa'
J.S.B. 'Air From Suite No.3 (on the G string)'
Ennio Morricone 'Gabriel's Oboe'
Max Richter 'On The Nature Of Daylight'
Ennio Morricone 'Cinema Paradiso'
Angelo Badalamenti 'Twin Peaks Theme' Guem 'Le Serpent'
Marvin Gaye 'What's Going On'
Chic 'Le Freak'
Grover Washington Jr 'Just The Two Of Us'
Photek 'Ni Ten Ichi Ryu' Theo Parrish 'Sky Walking'
Carl Craig 'At Les'
Max Richter - Written On The Sky