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    Top 56 Songs For Rainy Days

    It’s time for another Best Of from Camp WT.

    This list (alphabetically ordered) is a collection of sometimes tearjerking, always beautiful songs that – at certain times of my life – were all important to me, songs that in intricate ways found their way into me and simply stayed there.

    Songs that I feel connected with (in whatever way, for whatever reasons) and that I share a piece of my past with. Songs that might touch you as well, be it on a rainy or a sunny day…

    1 – Adriana Calcanhotto – Devolva-me
    2 – Alceu Valenca – La Belle de Jour
    3 – Antony and the Johnsons – Fistful of Love
    4 – Band of Horses – No One’s Gonna Love You
    5 – Björk – Venus as a Boy
    6 – Blur – The Universal
    7 – Eva Cassidy – Autumn Leaves
    8 – Coldplay – Sparks
    9 – Counting Crows – Colorblind
    10 – Crowded House – Fall At Your Feet
    11 – The Cure – A Letter To Elise
    12 – Dave Matthew’s Band – I’ll Back You Up
    13 – David Gray – Babylon
    14 – dEUS – Nothing Really Ends
    15 – Djavan – Nem Um Dia
    16 – Elvis Costello & Burt Bacharach – Painted From Memory
    17 – The Fray – How To Save a Life
    18 – Feist – So Sorry
    19 – Heather Nova – Paper Cup
    20 – Håkan Hellström – Jag hater att jag älsker deg…
    21 – Jeff Buckley – Lover, You Should Have Come Over
    22 – John Legend – Save Room
    23 – John Mayer – Back To You
    24 – Joni Mitchell – River
    25 – José González – Heartbeats
    26 – Josh Rouse – Sad Eyes
    27 – Kashmir – The Aftermath
    28 – Kent – Chans
    29 – The Magic Numbers – I See You, You See Me
    30 – Maria Bethânia – Tá combinado
    31 – Mazzy Star – Fade Into You
    32 – Mono – Life In Mono
    33 – Pearl Jam – Last Kiss
    34 – R.E.M. – Nightswimming
    35 – Radiohead – True Love Waits
    36 – Damien Rice – The Blower’s Daughter
    37 – Ryan Adams – Avalanche
    38 – Sarah Blasko – Flame Trees
    39 – Sophie Zelmani – Going Home
    40 – Antonio Carlos Jobim – Corcovado
    41 – Starsailor – Way To Fall
    42 – Sting – Fields of Gold
    43 – Suede – The 2 Of Us
    44 – Teitur – Josephine
    45 – The The – Love Is Stronger Than Death
    46 – Thomas Dybdahl – From Grace
    47 – Tina Dickow – Room With A View
    48 – Tomas Andersson Wij – Vi Är värda så mycket mer
    49 – Tori Amos – Pretty Good Year
    50 – Tracy Chapman – If Not Now…
    51 – Travis – The Humpty Dumpty Love Song
    52 – U2 – One
    53 – Vanessa Mata & Ben Harper – Boa Sorte (Good Luck)
    54 – The Verve – Sonnet
    55 – Rufus Wainwright – I’m Going To a Town
    56 – Windmill – Fluorescent Lights

    Do enjoy and feel free to drop a comment…

    Nicolai (April, 2009)

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    3 Responses to “Top 56 Songs For Rainy Days”

    1. ramon Says:

      Hej Nicolai,
      Jeg har efterhånden fulgt dig en del år; har nydt dine skønne fotos, videoer og og dine velskreven beretninger og historier. Din musik sidder også lige i øret. Ønsker dig en forsat god tur og og ser frem til, når du engang lander i Danmark, og alle indtryk har bundfældet sig fra din tur, at du skriver en bog!! ;-)
      Hilsen, Ramon.

    2. Pedallo Pete Says:

      Hi folks!

      Can I suggest that anyone who doesn’t understand Danish, but who might want to read some of the Danish-only entries go to the Google Translation page?
      Find it here:
      http://translate.google.com/

      They have finally managed to translate Danish to English, opening up many of the parts of the site which have previously been a mystery to non-Danish speakers.

      Alle de bedste … as they say in Copenhagen!
      :-)

    3. Nicolai Says:

      Hi Pete…

      Thanks a lot for the translation link. I´ve put a perma link to the site on the front page. Cheers, Pedallo Pete!!!

      I just tried it, and though it´s not perfect translation (of course not) it does make for a big laugh, plus – more importantly – most of it is actually understandable…

      Nicolai

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