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Seven Notes: DJ Harvey’s top 10 tracks to listen to in a Maserati

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Rolling Stone magazine placed DJ Harvey at number 10 in their 25 DJs That Rule The Earth list, writing “if Keith Richards was a DJ, he’d totally be Harvey”

Harvey will DJ tonight on the LA stop of the Seven Notes Tour. Here he chooses 10 tracks he’d  listen to in a Maserati:

 

steely-dan-aja

1. Steely Dan – Aja

 

 

 

Dark Side of the Moon Pink Floyd

2. Pink Floyd – Dark Side Of The Moon

 

 

 

ELO Out Of The Blue

3. ELO – Out Of The Blue

 

 

 

Map Of Africa

4. Map Of Africa – Map Of Africa

 

 

 

David Bowie The Lodger

5. David Bowie – The Lodger

 

 

 

Locussolus

6. Locussolus – Locussolus

 

 

 

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Push The Sky Away

7. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Push The Sky Away

 

 

 

Wendy Carlos---Soundtrack from----A Clockwork Orange

8. Wendy Carlos – Soundtrack from – A Clockwork Orange

 

 
Jimi Henrix---In The West

9. Jimi Hendrix – In The West

 

 

 

 

Gustav Holst - The-Planets-1926

10. Gustav Holst – The Planets 1926 Complete recording by London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Gustav Holst

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