Beautiful Life - Lost Frequencies

from the single Beautiful Life (2016)

Felix De Laet - a.k.a. Lost Frequencies - is a 22 year old DJ from Belgium who has teamed up with Swedish signer-songwriter Sandro Cavazza to create the perfect uptempo dance song for the 6th day of August.

It's a beautiful, beautiful life...

Click Here to listen to Beautiful Life.

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  1. Happy 6th day of August, 40 Watt!

    From a Hometown Girl...;)

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    1. Thank You, Theresa !!! I hope all is well in your corner of the word. Please help me toast the 6th of August...

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  2. Ps...I saw Eilen Jewel the other night and I recalled you blogging about her! She was great. She warmed up for Martin Sexton who was amazing. Also, I get to see my boy Ryan Adams soon and Jason Isbell next month, both at Red Rocks! So excited I cannot stand myself. But thank you always for making me aware of Jason Isbell. I love that guy and his song writing...it blows me away.

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    1. Lucky You !!! The crazy thing about Jason Isbell (for me) is that the Southeastern album hits my core in a way that stops me from listening to any of his other records, no matter how great they are.

      Now I'm gonna have to go listen to it again...

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    2. I know!! It is just so great. Honesty I haven't even really listened to his new record, just bits and pieces. I keep going back to the ones I heard him play a couple of years ago when I saw him, which were the ones on Southeastern. If he doesn't play Songs that She Sang in the Shower, I will be massively bummed...

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    3. But...listen to Children of Children on Something More Than Free...<3 <3

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    4. I really like that song. Alabama Pines from Here We Rest is another favorite.

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  3. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TZKzW-ASP_Y

    Once more, happy 6th of August, friend...

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    1. That is certainly his best song. I wonder where his mind was at writing this lyrics...

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    2. We could spend the next ten years wondering.

      In fact, let's do that. What else we gotta do?

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