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2020's Travel Songs - Part 2

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The second part of the mixtape is devoted to the best songs that in 2020 helped us travel across the walls that confined us. Click here to listen to the first part of the mixtape.

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Playlist

  • Gil Scott-Heron & Makaya McCraven "Me and the Devil" We're New Again -A Reimagining by Makaya McCraven (XL Recordings) 46:28
  • Irreversible Entanglements "No Más" Who Sent You? (International Anthem) 4:47
  • Cosmic Vibrations feat. Dwight Trible "How Long" Pathways & Passages (Spiritmuse) 12:42
  • Jorja Smith "Rose Rouge" Blue Note Re:imagined (Blue Note) 20:01
  • Bettye LaVette "Strage Fruit" Blackbirds (Verve) 25:17
  • Yaya Bey "Paterson Plank" Madison Tapes (Elevated) 29:27
  • Ellen Andrea Wang "Lonely Woman" Closeness (Ropeadope) 32:27
  • Vanessa Tagliabue Yorke "I'll Be Seeing You" Diverso, Lontano, Incomprensibile (Artesuono) 32:27
  • Kurt Elling ft. Danilo Perez "Esperanto" Secrets are the Best Stories (Edition) 44:56
Photo credit: Carol Friedman.

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