Sound Advice 62: Krantz10

We are pleased to present our 62nd installment of Sound Advice featuring Wally Krantz, a creative director, inspirational figure, cultural encyclopædia and all-around nice guy whose taste and knowledge has not only influenced his peers but the next generation of NYC’s pixel and pica pushers. With nods to his hometown of Detroit, his current home of New York City and the music his brothers had turned him on to whilst growing up, he has crafted a lengthy mix perfect for summer trips or those days when it’s too hot to flip the tape.
Sound Advice 62

01. Perfect by The The
02. Springtime in New York by Jonathan Richman
03. Who’s Making Love by Johnnie Taylor
04. Canary in a Coalmine by The Police
05. The Next Time Around by Little Joy
06. Song Away by Hockey
07. Sheep by The Housemartins
08. Once Around the Block by Badly Drawn Boy
09. Hungry Heart by Bruce Springsteen
10. The Luckiest Guy on the Lower East Side by The Magnetic Fields
11. Burning by The Whitest Boy Alive
12. Temptation (7″ version) by New Order
13. Here Come the Warm Jets by Brian Eno
14. All I Really Want To Do by Bob Dylan
15. Police and Thieves by Junior Murvin
16. Nantes by Beirut
17. Love is in the Air by John Paul Young
18. The Afterlife by YACHT
19. The Bottom Line (12″ remix, edit version) by Big Audio Dynamite
20. Late in the Evening by Paul Simon
21. Tenderness by General Public
22. Dance the Night Away by Van Halen
23. Sound & Vision by David Bowie
24. When You Were Mine by Prince
25. Legal Tender by The B-52’s
26. Hold Me Close (Underground) by The Beautiful South
27. Rock & Roll by The Velvet Underground
28. Pink Houses by John Mellencamp
29. Take the Skinheads Bowling by Camper Van Beethoven
30. Isabel by Unrest
31. Bloc Bloc Bloc by Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
32. Swinging Party by The Replacements


3 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. Thompson

    Perfect by The The: This guy knows what he’s talking about.

  2. Frank

    Finally someone who gets it. That’s what music is all about. A little bit of this, a little bit of that. I get so tired of the same ol’ mixes where one song sounds like the next which sounds like the next, etc., etc.

    Well done little brother.

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