Each day I add music to my soundtrack to 2020 Spotify playlist. Here’s the list for another ten days of February 2020.
Tuesday 11 February: Blue States – The Trainer Shuffle
Back and forth between Ommen and Utrecht. Life on the railways.
Wednesday 12 February: Juiceboxxx – Cointar Song
The Leidseweg between Utrecht Central railway station and the Royal Mint building is paved with coinstars, pre-euro era Dutch coins in a star, like a walk of fame.
Thursday 13 February: flor & MisterWives – yellow
Friday 14 February: Billie Eilish – No Time to Die
Composed to become a classic James Bond movie theme song. The 18 year-old Billie Eilish fortunately dropped No Time to Die this Friday to seduce us to get our cinema tickets for the April 2, 2020 release.
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Saturday 15 February: Tourist LeMC – Antwerps Testament
We headed to Antwerp, Belgium as tourists to visit museums, churches, and restaurants today.
Sunday 16 February: Aska Matsumiya – 37 Seconds
Yesterday night on the way back from Antwerp to Zwolle, I watched the 2019 Asian drama movie 37 Seconds. Here’s the title track from the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.
Monday 17 February: Alessia Cara – What’s On Your Mind?
I took the first week lessons in the MOOC What is a Mind? offered by the University of Capetown through Futurlearn.
Tuesday 18 February: Pet Shop Boys – Happy People
Wednesday 19 February: Matoma, Petey & Wilder Woods – Keep it Simple
To simplify@scale is to scale up agile teams to organization level without overburden the teams with structures, meetings, KPIs, etc. Today’s song by Matoma (Tom Stræte Lagergren, a Norwegian DJ), Petey, and Wilder Woods (Bear Rinehart) contributes to my job during work hours.
Thursday 20 February: Kebu – Crockett’s Theme
Early February I listened to the Live in Oslo album by Finnish synth hero Kebu. One of the movie soundtracks on the album is a revamped version of Crockett’s Theme, originally by Jan Hammer for the weekly episode – we had no clue of binge watching whole seasons in the 1980’s – of Miami Vice.