Musicvision Phoenix


Did you ever wonder what kind of music the french band Phoenix is listening?
Guillaume Delaperriere put together 20 songs that inspired the band and changed their lives. The way Delaperriere visualises the collection is brilliant.

Each of the songs is put in vinyl on a record player. And while you can see the record spinning the band members Thomas Mars, Deck d’Arcy, Laurent Brancowitz, and Christian Mazzalai tell little anecdotes. I like the idea and the result. The mixture of bands is quiet my type: Iggy Pop, Kings of Leon, Al Green and many more. You can see the whole list after the video. (found via swipelife)

The complete playlist:
01-Blue monday people / Curtis Mayfield
02-Can’t let go / Evie Sands
03-Sell your love / Iggy Pop & James Williamson
04-Flash forward / Serge Gainsbourg
05-I’m glad you’re mine / Al Green
06-Don’t turn the light on, leave me alone / CAN
07-Mesopotamia / The B-52’s
08-Ruby don’t take your love to town / Kenny Rogers
09-Slow night, slow long / Kings of Leon
10-Leur plaisir sans moi / Jane Birkin
11-In and out of the shadows / Dion
12-Victory garden / The Red Krayola
13-Escape from New-York main title / John Carpenter
14-We almost lost Detroit / Gil Scott Heron & Brian Jackson
15-Darlin’ / The Beach Boys
16-Peace like a river / Paul Simon
17-A song for you / Gram Parsons
18-The fairest of the seasons / Nico
19-Who was that masked man / Van Morrison
20-La smortina / Coro della SAT
21-City lights / Phoenix

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