mixing the sound of autumn

I’ve not really got around to listening to any new music lately because I’m (still?) stuck on a handful of music mixes that I just repeat and repeat and repeat and repeat and … And because

  1. I’m a friendly soul who likes to share, and
  2. even more because I’m just so in love with this music and need to infect other people with the virus as well, and
  3. even even more because the people who have put together these mixes have put so much thought and love and passion and time into it and really deserve some appreciation,

I’m linking them all up here for you. All you need to do is click on these beautiful, enticing, mysterious pictures to be taken to some of the best sounds your ears will have heard in a long time.

First, there’s this beauty.  Lots of soothing sounds and gentle harmonies that have the same effect on me as standing underneath an autumn trees that softly rains its golden-yellow leaves down on my head.


Then, there’s this: the bitter-wet freshness of decaying leaves alternates with the crisp edges of sound as all the trimmings are falling away.


This one is more about the whole getting-back-to-school feeling of glorious autumn days gone past, with the undercurrent brimming full of memories of love lost, childhood gone and dreams of space and home.


And then, there is this: a magical, no-nonsense, laughing-through-the-tough-times, sparkling gem with the energy of summer and the sharpness of burning leaves.


And as a bonus I’m also adding this, which only went up today but which I’m loving very much already for its tones of irreverence and the feeling of space and the smell of woodfires and the memory of people stomping, dancing and clapping in a wooden-beamed pub (which is not my own memory, but feels like it could be…).


About wordsurfer

writer, ex-teacher, human rights believer & fighter, traveller, adventure-seeker, freedom lover, global citizen. big on daydreams, less so on reality.

Posted on November 27, 2012, in day-to-day and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Thank you for the tasty tunes….Just clicked on the first one and…ahhhhhhhhhh!

    I’ll check the rest out, too.

    go easy -p

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