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Sunday mix
08.11.2020

Sunday Mix: Mav Karlo

Pop Sunday Rock Folk

The Canadian artist, known for fronting the indie band Hollerado, recently released his debut solo album Strangers Like Us.

With a strong focus on storytelling, Mav Karlo – real name Menno Versteeg – takes a look back at the what ifs, steeping his first solo full-length in memories. Though heavy-hearted at times, it’s also an uplifting LP – which is the defining mood of his Sunday Mix too.

“With everything going on this week, I just wanted to make a mix that was easy listening – a few old classics that are good for the soul.” Click play for feel-good tracks from the likes of Tina Turner and Louis Armstrong.


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Linda Thompson and Richard – I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight
Van Morrison – Days Like This
Steve Miller Band – Jet Airliner
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers – Angel Dream (No 2)
Tony Bird, Morris Goldberg – Zambezi-Zimbabwe
John Prine – That's the Way the World Goes Round
Bob Dylan – Political World
The Rolling Stones – Under My Thumb
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers – Breakdown
Little Walter – My Babe
Ben E. King – Stand By Me
Bahamas – Stronger Than That
Spoon – The Underdog
Wild Pink – The Shining But Tropical
Louis Armstrong – What a Wonderful World
Willie Nelson – Blue Eyes Crying Rain
Tina Turner – What's Love Got to Do With It
Velvet Underground – Sweet Jane
Sam Cooke – Bring It on Home to Me
Solomon Burke – If You Need Me
Freddie King – Going Down
Lloyd Price – Stagger Lee
Lou Reed – Goodnight Ladies
Le Ren – Love Can't Be The Only Reason to Stay
Mav Karlo ft. Deanna Petcoff – I Fall to Pieces (Patsy Cline Cover)

Sunday Mix: Mav Karlo

Sunday Mix: Mav Karlo

The Canadian artist, known for fronting the indie band Hollerado, recently released his debut solo album Strangers Like Us.

With a strong focus on storytelling, Mav Karlo – real name Menno Versteeg – takes a look back at the what ifs, steeping his first solo full-length in memories. Though heavy-hearted at times, it’s also an uplifting LP – which is the defining mood of his Sunday Mix too.

“With everything going on this week, I just wanted to make a mix that was easy listening – a few old classics that are good for the soul.” Click play for feel-good tracks from the likes of Tina Turner and Louis Armstrong.

See Tracklist
Linda Thompson and Richard – I Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight
Van Morrison – Days Like This
Steve Miller Band – Jet Airliner
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers – Angel Dream (No 2)
Tony Bird, Morris Goldberg – Zambezi-Zimbabwe
John Prine – That's the Way the World Goes Round
Bob Dylan – Political World
The Rolling Stones – Under My Thumb
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers – Breakdown
Little Walter – My Babe
Ben E. King – Stand By Me
Bahamas – Stronger Than That
Spoon – The Underdog
Wild Pink – The Shining But Tropical
Louis Armstrong – What a Wonderful World
Willie Nelson – Blue Eyes Crying Rain
Tina Turner – What's Love Got to Do With It
Velvet Underground – Sweet Jane
Sam Cooke – Bring It on Home to Me
Solomon Burke – If You Need Me
Freddie King – Going Down
Lloyd Price – Stagger Lee
Lou Reed – Goodnight Ladies
Le Ren – Love Can't Be The Only Reason to Stay
Mav Karlo ft. Deanna Petcoff – I Fall to Pieces (Patsy Cline Cover)
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