J u k e b o x 
 — BOB MARLEY —
COULD YOU BE LOVED 

 inspired by the global day of Love just passed and the god-like devotion to Marley, we witnessed on the Gili Islands, Indonesia.

“My music will go on forever. Maybe it’s a fool say that, but when me know facts me can say facts. My music will go on forever.”  ― Bob Marley

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H I L L T O P  H O O D S 
 — The Nosebleed Section —
 A U S T R A L I A  D A
 J U K E B O X 

  Any true blue Aussie will tell you, our favourite way to honour our Homeland on Australia Day is with your mates around a BBQ, some icy cold beverages, and the radio blaring Triple J’s Hottest 100.
We’re  revisiting
2009’s
Hottest 100 of All Time, 

such an epic playlist
featuring this favourite Aussie Tune of ours.

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J U K E B O X 
N Y E  2015

— COME AS YOU ARE  —
N I R V A N A
Kurt Cobain described this song as
“About people, and what they’re expected to act like.”
The lyrics are intentionally contradictory and confusing, with one line rebutting the next:
“As a friend, as an old enemy”
“Take your time, hurry up”

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J u k e b o x
— RICHARD CLAPTON —
CAPRICORN DANCER
one of Clapton’s major hits recorded over his impressive career, was used on the soundtrack to Highway One, a long-forgotten classic surf movie featuring surfers riding waves along Australia’s East Coast.

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“SYMPATHY  FOR  THE  DEVIL”
written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards,
Ranked at No. 32 in their list of ‘The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time’ by Rolling Stone Magazine.  It is sung by Jagger as a first-person narrative from the point of view of Lucifer… 

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Taking a look back at one of our long-loved movie soundtrack,
recently celebrating its 21st birthday…

T U E S D A Y  T U N E S
GIRL YOU’LL BE A WOMAN SOON

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Love it or hate it, Pulp Fiction in all its glory..

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 —  J U K E B O X  —
P E A C E  T R A I N 
 CAT  STEVENS  

 The lyrics to this song from 1971,
speak of coming out of a war-torn world together on a quest for peace.

Although the tune was written and released in the thick of the Vietnam War era, the lyrics ring just as true these days as they did 40 years ago.

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 —  t u e s d a y  t u n e s  — 
 ‘Red Right Hand’ 
 a song by 
 N I C K  C A V E
 THE BAD SEEDS

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“Red Right Hand” is a 1994 song and single from Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds.
The phrase “red right hand” is from a line in John Milton’s epic poem ‘Paradise Lost’ that refers to the vengeful hand of God.
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—  t u e s d a y  t u n e s  —
‘Black Country Woman’
a song by
L E D  Z E P P E L I N
Allegedly this song is about Plant and how he flitted between his wife Maureen and his sister-in-law,
Shirley whom he later had a son.
Where he sings “Well that’s alright I “know” your sister too.”

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 —  t u e s d a y   t u n e s  —  
  S T A I R W A Y   T O
H E A V E N   

 L E D  Z E P P E L I N  

The Story of a Song and it’s Legacy.
What made this tune so extraordinarily timeless?
Let’s talk the magic  ::

“It’s been voted on to scores of lists of the ‘Greatest Songs of all Time’;  it was claimed on its 20th anniversary in 1991 that it had been played 2,874,000 times on the radio, amounting to 44 years’ worth of airtime…
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   t u e s d a y   t u n e s
—  t r i b u t e  —
October 27 2013
the day the World said
good-bye to
L O U  R E E D.
Not at all a Perfect Day, the loss of an icon:
American Musician Singer/Songwriter/Poet.. 

 “My God is rock’n’roll. It’s an obscure power that can change your life. The most important part of my religion is to play guitar.”
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—  t u e s d a y   t u n e s  —
 I  WONDER 
RODRIGUEZ

Wonder at the extraordinary talent of this revolutionary and iconic musician. The mystique and enigma of the little know artist: Sixto Rodriguez — an American folk-rock singer/songwriter in the tradition of Bob Dylan and Cat Stevens.

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—  t u e s d a y  t u n e s  —
‘Where Is My Mind?’
a song by the American alternative rock band
P I X I E S


Polaroid from the Pixies’ debut album”Surfer Rosa” shoot 1987.

The album has been called a “collection of odd, stream-of-consciousness lyrics” some in English,  some in Spanish.
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—  t u e s d a y   t u n e s  —
M E T A L L I C A
NOTHING ELSE MATTERS

Metallica-metallica-32496054-1476-1005Singer and rhythm guitarist James Hetfield wrote this song while he was on the phone with his girlfriend at this time. While he held the phone with one hand, he plucked the four open strings of a standard E-minor chord with the other, which eventually made up the first two bars of the song.
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—  T U E S D A Y  T U N E S  —
b e n  h a r p e r
BURN ONE DOWN

Harper’s beliefs are deeply entrenched in his music. The roots of social and political comment percolate over the melodies. What separates Harper from countless other singer/songwriters is an emotional intensity and a lyrical intelligence that speak directly to the heart.
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—  t u e s d a y   t u n e s  —
L E D  Z E P P E L I N 

GOING TO CALIFORNIA
was inspired by Joni Mitchell’s ‘California.’ 

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Jimmy Page and Robert Plant were huge fans of hers. When performed live, after the lines “To find the queen without a king they say she plays guitar and cries and sings,” Plant would often say the name “Joni.” This started as a song about earthquakes, but developed into a song about the search for a woman. 
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—  t u e s d a y   t u n e s  —  
    FOOL TO CRY
T H E  R O L L I N G  S T O N E S

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Released as the lead single off ‘Black and Blue’ in 1976, “Fool to Cry” reached No. 6 on the UK Singles Chart and No. 10 on the US BillboardHot 100. Continue Reading →

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—  t u e s d a y  t u n e s  — 
 CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG
 W O O D S T O C K

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The lyrics tell a story about a spiritual journey to Max Yasgur’s farm, the place of the festival, and makes prominent use of religious imagery, comparing the festival place with the Garden of Eden 

“…and we’ve got to get ourselves back to the garden”

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 —  t u e s d a y   t u n e s  —  
   ” I N T O  M Y  A R M S ”
 N I C K   C A V E   &  

   T H E   B A D   S E E D S  

unicafe.hu-nick-cave-into-my-arms-001-2Our hearts go out to Nick Cave,  his family,  friends,  and band members with the recent news of their family tragedy. In a Tribute to this legendary musician,  we’re listening to ‘Into My Arms’ featuring lyrics that will be sure to induce goose bumps and leave your spine tingling. This melancholy piano ballad played at the funeral of Michael Hutchence;  an ode to loss and sorrow which has comforted generations of listeners. Continue Reading →

—  t u e s d a y   t u n e s  —
 D E V E N D R A  B A N H A R T     
with his Spanish serenade
 B R I N D O 

 The song from his 2009 ‘What Will We Be’ album sets the mood for love.

Devendra-en-Ana-3Get in the bathtub! Be together!” Those were the orders given to Devendra Banhart and his girlfriend…
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