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Get intimate with these lushly arranged records full of artful elegance.
Listen to every song featured on AMC's highly addictive series, 'Breaking Bad.'
Fritz's Polka Band,
Bronx River Pkwy.,
Fujiya & Miyagi,
Some of the most influential, memorable and legendary folk songs of all time.
The Kingston Trio,
The '60s folkie scene centered on Greenwich Village was a quiet kind of revolution, at least musically, and the best ballads from that era make fine sleepytime companions.
Peter, Paul & Mary,
Plunge into a Lynchian state of mind through this off-kilter mix of the macabre, the bluesy, and the eerie that embody the wonderful and strange confusion of David Lynch's world.
Au Revoir Simone,
John Lee Hooker
Clear, concise and creative solo piano recordings that evoke a contemplative and, at times, nocturnal feeling. Perfect for late night unwinding.
Snow storms can actually be pretty peaceful under the right circumstances. Like when you're curled up with a warm blanket and this mix of cool and tranquil indie tunes.
TV On The Radio
In the '50s and '60s, NYC's Greenwich Village was home to America's folk music revival. With Odetta and Pete Seeger guiding newcomers like Bob Dylan and Joan Baez, the Village proved fertile ground (once again) for seminal bohemian developments.
This playlist is designed for that perfect moment between consciousness and unconsciousness -- when you're awake but still dreaming -- because sometimes a "snooze" should last much longer than nine minutes.
Explosions In The Sky,