Each day I add music to my soundtrack to 2019 Spotify playlist. Here’s the list for the last time this year.
Saturday 21 December: Rondé – Anyone
Sunday 22 December: Mama Maffia – Feestpret in December
This afternoon and evening, we went to Groningen to visit WinterWelvaart.
Monday 23 December: Grandbrothers – Bloodflow
I visited the famous Tuschisnki theater in Amsterdam for the first time in my life to watch the French movie Hors Normes (The Specials). Bloodflow is the pulsating theme that was played a couple of times during the screening.
Tuesday 24 December: Maxine – DON.T
Last Saturday, Maxine was the support act to RONDé. Catchy self-composed pop songs. One single’s out already, more of the material played on Saturday will be released in 2020.
Wednesday 25 December: Pentatonix – God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
Tons of Christmas music were played today. I picked one song, the Pentatonix version of the classic God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen.
Thursday 26 December: Birdtalker & Joy Williams – December Song
Christmas is to be celebrated. Jesus Christ was born to save us.
Friday 27 December: Thijs van Leer – Sheep May Safely Graze
Today, a complete flock of sheep ran to me in Drenthe. The accompanying dogs and a shepherd were able to halt them right in front of me. Respect!
Saturday 28 December: Sharon Katz & The Peace Train – Walking Together
Quite unusual, Klazien and I went to Zalk to walk together for 27 kilometers.
Sunday 29 December: Coldplay – Fix You
Coldplay‘s Fix You was one of the songs in the ‘Top 2000 church service this morning in Oud-Avereest with Ecclesiastes 4 on the rationale why being together is better than staying alone. Fix You is #8 in the 2019 edition of the NPO Radio 2 Top 2000 chart. A Dutch expplanation of the origins and inspiration was provided by NPO.
Monday 30 December: De bende van Baflo Bill – Assen
Today, I walked around the city of Assen.
Tuesday 31 December: Town of Saints – Last Day of the Year
It’s the last day of the year. My final contribution to my soundtrack of 2019 is brought to you by the Dutch band Town of Saints.