Greatful days, Hamasaki Ayumi. Together (EXILE), EXILE. Sakuranbo (さくらんぼ), Otsuka Ai. SHINE WE ARE, BoA. I love dream world ~Sekaijuu no shiawase wo utaou~, dream. Honjitsu wa Seiten Nari (本日ハ晴天ナリ), Do As Infinity. Bokura dake no uta (僕らだけの歌), ROAD OF MAJOR. SAMURAI DRIVE, hitomi. FUNDAMENTAL LOVE (ファンダメンタル・ラヴ), Every Little Thing. WORLD GROOVE, TRF. Natsu no shiori (夏のしおり) -epilogue-.
100 Summer Hits 2014 (Ibiza). Top 50 Dance Compilation Summer 2012, Vol. 2 (Dance Hits 2012 for Ibiza, Formentera, Rimini, Barcellona, Rimini, Miami, London, Mykonos). Top 58 Ibiza 2012 (Summer Essential Dance - House Selection). Top 50 Dance Ibiza Summer 2013, Vol. 1. Various Artists.
In the next year, you will be able to find this playlist with the next title: Playlist 2020 - Summer Hits 2020 (Best Summer Songs). Because we love music as much as you do, we will continue to update this playlist frequently ♡. We attached our schedule: 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023 etc. свернуть.
These are the hit summer songs of 2017 that deserve to be the Song of the Summer. Here's a song that makes summer flings seem sinister in a way that only Lana Del Rey can pull off. "Blood red sangria, we travel for weeks just to escape your demons," turns brunches and vacations into more of a sultry nightmare. SZA - "Drew Barrymore". Known for more horrorcore-leaning rap, Tyler takes a few sweet turns on his latest album Flower Boy. One of them is on "See You Again," which includes the succulent hook from Kali Uchis. He also is surprisingly romantic on the track, musing, "I wonder if you look both ways when you're running through my mind.
I Like It by Cardi B feat. Bad Bunny and J Balvin. After an album full of sultry R&B bangers, Taylor surprises with this explosive final track that brings out your inner queen. Inspired by the Harlem Ballroom seen, WTP includes features from Mykki Blanco and snippets from Paris Is Burning, proving it was basically made for voguing.
Listen to the best summer songs playlist. Best summer songs of all time. But it’s hard to beat the warm, soothing version that Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong recorded for their 1957 Porgy & Bess album. Curled in the warm voices of these peerless vocalists, you’re transported to a gentler place, with the Daddy and Mammy of jazz standing b. Adam Feldman. Nothing says summer like a little harmony-driven folk-pop, and this 1972 AM Gold staple epitomizes that mini movement about as well as any track we could name. We’re not sure what Jim Seals and Dash Crofts were getting at when they sang of the jasmine in my mind -or what strain of weed might’ve inspired that trippy turn of phrase-but there’s no resisting the bittersweet tug of this tune, covered by everyone from Cincinnati soul faves the Isley Brothers to ’90s goth-metal masters Type.
Time to sit back and unwind with this essential playlist. This 70s hit from soft rockers Chicago not only evokes the feeling of the season but can make you feel the warmth of summer even on the Windy City’s coldest day. Inspired by a day spent in New York’s Central Park, Chicago songwriter and singer Robert Lamm paints the picture of a perfect summer day. Can you dig it? 8: The Go-Go’s: ‘Vacation’. Some summer songs capture the thrill of a summer love, while The Go-Go’s sing about when it fades away, all set to a peppy beat.
By their fifth album, Kiss were the most popular band in America, with sold-out stadium tours and eventually their own pinball machine, makeup line and a TV movie. Built around the proto power ballad Beth, this is a ridiculously over-the-top party-rock album that just gets better with age. Listen here. The best Wu-Tang solo joint is a study in understated cool and densely woven verses. Over RZA’s hypnotically stark beats, Raekwon crafts breathtaking drug-rap narratives; it’s a rap album that rivals the mob movies hip-hop celebrates. These Kentucky boys took a giant leap forward on their fourth album – giant enough to take them from a jammy Americana band to awe-inspiring purveyors of interstellar art rock. My Morning Jacket infused Z with both Eno-esque keyboards and sculpted guitars, but also Skynyrd-style riffs and bar-band grooves.
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|1||–Various||Gate Away -Prologue-
Music By – Tasuku
|2||–Ayumi Hamasaki||Greatful Days
Arranged By – HAL Lyrics By – Ayumi HamasakiMusic By – Bounceback
Lyrics By – Exile , Kenn KatoMusic By, Arranged By – Kazuhiro Hara
Arranged By – Ai*, IkomanMusic By, Lyrics By – Ai*
|5||–BoA||Shine We Are!
Lyrics By – Natsumi WatanabeMusic By, Arranged By – Kazuhiro Hara
|6||–Dream||I ♥ World ~世界中のしあわせを歌おう~
Arranged By – ATS-Lyrics By – Dream , Masumi IidukaMusic By – Shintaro Hagiwara
|7||–Do As Infinity||本日ハ晴天ナリ
Arranged By – Seiji KamedaMusic By, Lyrics By – D.A.I.
|8||–Road Of Major||僕らだけの歌
Arranged By – Road Of MajorMusic By, Lyrics By – Kenichi Kitagawa
Arranged By – Zentaro WatanabeLyrics By – Ryozo KobayashiMusic By – Cune
|10||–Every Little Thing||ファンダメンタル・ラヴ
Arranged By – Ichiro Ito, TasukuLyrics By – Kaori MochidaMusic By – Kunio Tago
Music By, Lyrics By, Arranged By – Tetsuya Komuro
Arranged By – CMJKLyrics By – Mio AoyamaMusic By – Eurasia 404
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- Copyright (c) – Avex Inc.
- Manufactured By – Avex Inc.
- Distributed By – Avex Distribution
- Art Direction, Design – Shizuka Aikawa
- Mastered By – Rena Koyanagi
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