Listen: Lynda Dawn’s Favourite Tracks To Relax To

Busy sun-soaked days are best balanced with moments of relaxing downtime and for this, an expertly curated playlist is mandatory in helping you unwind. Who better to consult than Lynda Dawn: the effortlessly cool vocalist with an encyclopaedic knowledge of old school jazz, funk and soul. Pulling together a selection of tracks from musical icons like Aretha Franklin to ones-to-watch like Ana Frango Eletrico, let this be the soundtrack to your next lazy day.

João Donato – A Rã
Lynda Dawn – Arise
The Emotions – Flowers
Cloud One – Dust to Dust
Nancy Wilson – I’m In Love
Eunice Collins – At the Hotel
Lenny White – Sweet Dreamer
Al Dobson Jr., Reginald Omas Mamode – Nankoo on Keys
Lynda Dawn – Move
Joyce – Aldeia De Ogum
Aretha Franklin – Day Dreaming
Maze; Frankie Beverly – While I’m Alone – Remastered
Arthur Verocai – Sylvia
Lô Borges – Calibre
Edu Lobo – Zum-Zum
John Cameron – Half-Forgotten Daydreams
Joe Thomas – Coco
Fabiano Do Nascimento – Já Que Tú
Lynda Dawn – Theme for Cha-Cha
Gene Harris – Losalamitoslatinfunklovesong
Jorge Ben Jor – Que Pena (Ela Já Não Gosta Mais De Mim) – Ao Vivo
Lynda Dawn; BesKept – Roses
The Jackson 5 – To Know
Nohelani Cypriano – Lihue
Al Dobson Jr. – The Circle
The Main Ingredient – I’m So Proud
Sky’s The Limit – Don’t Be Afraid – Instrumental
Ana Frango Elétrico – Saudade
Bill Withers – Can We Pretend
Lynda Dawn – Any Way You Want
Roy Ayers – I Am Your Mind (Part 2)
Karin Krog – Meaning of Love
Marvin Gaye – Falling In Love Again
Lynda Dawn – Arise – Reprise



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