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Thievery Corporation — Until The Morning
Album: The Richest Man In Babylon
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7.2

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Total ratings: 926









Released: 2002
Length: 3:49
Plays (last 30 days): 1
I keep on fear, keep on loathing
Nothing brings it on I keep on falling
Decide what it is I can not find
It's subsides what you make it
Never feel like you're gonna break it
It's gonna be alright alright
Sleep until the morning comes
The sun will warm your soul
Sleep until the morning comes for you
Til the morning it's alright
I can walk into the sunlight, into the day, into the day, to the day
I feel it falling, nothing comes to my mind
Bring it on in a different tide
I feel alright, alright
I feel strong, i feel rigid
It's nothing to do with the vision
Oh feels so right, so right
Sleep on tight, sleep on tight
Sleep until the sunlight
Sleep until sunlight
Sleep on tight
Sleep on tight
Sleep on tight
Sleep on tight, til the sunlight
Sleep on tight, til the sunlight burns you happy
Til the sunlight burns you happy, till the sunlight burns a happy hole in
Your heart,
In your heart
In your heart...
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I know this tune from a computer game called The Sims. We used to play it for hours with an ex-girlfriend of mine. Happy memories...:)

Perfect song for daydreaming
They always have the good beats and the best voices.

Sleep on tight, til the sunlight burns you happy!
Difficult to be morcheeba
Love this performance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5eK6SYVyZRk
Sooo smooothhhh
- an easy 7.  Should probably be higher.
 
Also

Toke wrote:


I full agree with that RadioDoc ... not an easy task, I love the way he folds one Genre into another gradually sliding into another similar mood. He gets my full admiration, and I am always passing this station on to all my friends here in the UK not just for the ad free but the way Bill constructs his Programme.

 
THIS!
YES! Emiliana puts her angelic voice into the groovy sonic soup that is Thievery Corporation! Great set of songs this morning! Thanks!
I thought that was Emiliana Torini! Just adore her voice. And she was born on my birthday.
Every single track they put out puts me in a dreamlike trance.....
Loungy nice ... 
 
Got to love the band's name.
 Zep wrote:
Thievery Corporation Radio here.

 
 
Thanks for the link, Zep.
Thievery Corporation Radio here.

 
 RadioDoc wrote:

Bill constructs sets, mixes if you will, out of various tracks which create moods, follow a vibe, flow or sometimes just 'belong' together, etc.  It's actually very old-school radio programming and he is an expert at it.  Some older folk here may recognize it from the early 1970's when FM harbored progressive radio and the DJ actually picked what was played.  The sets are then mixed together into what you hear on Radio Paradise and you'll see them repeated intact because of that.

Bill programs his automation computers to play what he wants when he wants.  Inserting live programming into a streaming setup is not as easy as doing it with conventional radio automation so you'll rarely hear anything done in real-time.
 

I full agree with that RadioDoc ... not an easy task, I love the way he folds one Genre into another gradually sliding into another similar mood. He gets my full admiration, and I am always passing this station on to all my friends here in the UK not just for the ad free but the way Bill constructs his Programme.
 MojoJojo wrote:
If TC can do wrong, I am yet to be aware of it. 
 
agreed!  coolest band in the world right now...IMHO.
If TC can do wrong, I am yet to be aware of it. 
my favorite one from them
Emiliana's voice sounds so nice on top of downtempo or trip hop beats!  I wish her newer stuff hadn't gone all folksy acoustic.  Oh well.
 mwstennis wrote:
Not exactly looped every month. Bill takes a section of a playlist and replays it at some point when he's not in the studio, but I don't think there is any rhyme or reason as to when a particular playlist is replayed.
 
Bill constructs sets, mixes if you will, out of various tracks which create moods, follow a vibe, flow or sometimes just 'belong' together, etc.  It's actually very old-school radio programming and he is an expert at it.  Some older folk here may recognize it from the early 1970's when FM harbored progressive radio and the DJ actually picked what was played.  The sets are then mixed together into what you hear on Radio Paradise and you'll see them repeated intact because of that.

Bill programs his automation computers to play what he wants when he wants.  Inserting live programming into a streaming setup is not as easy as doing it with conventional radio automation so you'll rarely hear anything done in real-time.


New to my ears; but I an new to the site.  A buddy turned me on to RP.  Best thing to happen in my universe for years.  This song included.
So far, I like everything I have heard from Thievery Corporation. Some better than others but none that I would necessarily skip through.
mwstennis wrote:
Not exactly looped every month. Bill takes a section of a playlist and replays it at some point when he's not in the studio, but I don't think there is any rhyme or reason as to when a particular playlist replayed.
Thanks for this. Needed clarification. Not a bad thing. Just curious. Happy listening, Texas.
michaelgmitchell wrote:
Yep. I'm on board. Hey, are these sequences looped every month? Noticing the previous dates. I'm a newbie.
Not exactly looped every month. Bill takes a section of a playlist and replays it at some point when he's not in the studio, but I don't think there is any rhyme or reason as to when a particular playlist is replayed.
kazuma wrote:
I like the lazy pseudo-dub style on this one.
Yep. I'm on board. Hey, are these sequences looped every month? Noticing the previous dates. I'm a newbie.
I like the lazy pseudo-dub style on this one.
MMMMMMMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
g1lgam3sh wrote:
Is there, perhaps, a tad of The Cocteau Twins in there somewhere methinks
yeah, i was kind of thinking cocorosie
g1lgam3sh wrote:
Is there, perhaps, a tad of The Cocteau Twins in there somewhere methinks
??
Is there, perhaps, a tad of The Cocteau Twins in there somewhere methinks
Sad. Remindes me that Pam Bricker passed away last Sunday.
Oh man... as a fan of both Thievery and Emiliana, and having never heard this before... All I can say is... :meditate.gif: :nodhead: :meditate.gif:
nolands wrote:
Bjorkish, but without Bjork's unbearable vocals.
You mean "vocals".
robozoid wrote:
as others pointed out, a bjorkish feel. Also sounds like Emiliana Torrini (who did Gollum's Song on LOTR-II)
I thought the same thing. It sounds like emiliana. I looked it up, and its a remix of Emiliana's Until the Morning: https://www.alwaysontherun.net/emiliana.htm#until
These guys always groove. Chill beats helping me loosten-up at work.
Yea, this is great. Play more in this genre, as most all other music is well accessable via other broadcasts. Hail RP!
tuningin wrote:
No! Not enough! I love this group and this CD. I want to hear more!!! (pimp) (pimp) :moon:
Same here :clap: but nice to read that opinions differ
why isn't there any songs by kruder and dorfmeister...? I ask again...
mdlong wrote:
Enough with the Thievery Corporation....pleeeeaasse! :cry: :frustrated: :evil:
I second that notion! Like 'em, but seems I hear 'em every time I tune in.
sparke wrote:
sounds very much like portishead.
More like Morcheeba ;)
sounds very much like portishead. A nice sound and an interesting song. Mixed feelings only because it needs to go somewhere for it to be a really interesting sound/song. :-s :?: :roll:
robozoid wrote:
as others pointed out, a bjorkish feel. Also sounds like Emiliana Torrini (who did Gollum's Song on LOTR-II)
Bjorkish, but without Bjork's unbearable vocals.
robozoid wrote:
as others pointed out, a bjorkish feel. Also sounds like Emiliana Torrini (who did Gollum's Song on LOTR-II)
It is her. For sure. Have a look for your self.... https://kcrw.com/smil/Thievery_Corporation.ram
mdlong wrote:
Enough with the Thievery Corporation....pleeeeaasse! :cry: :frustrated: :evil:
No! Not enough! I love this group and this CD. I want to hear more!!! (pimp) (pimp) :moon:
This song actually makes me think of Eclectic Bob... https://www.eclecticbob.com/ Perhaps some uploads are in order. :)
Enough with the Thievery Corporation....pleeeeaasse! :cry: :frustrated: :evil:
Originally Posted by robozoid: as others pointed out, a bjorkish feel. Also sounds like Emiliana Torrini (who did Gollum's Song on LOTR-II)
I think it actually is her....
Originally Posted by bbrutocao: See this band live if you have the chance. Believe it or not - a very high enegy show.... :clap:
Exactly. Not only is Thievery Corp one of my favorite bands, but, their live show is incredible. All of the instruments which are most likely digitized in the studio, have real folks playing them at the show. All of the vocalists appeared at the show also. It was GREAT!
See this band live if you have the chance. Believe it or not - a very high enegy show.... :clap:
Being from DC and all, its been revealed to me over the years that T.C. rules. However, you guys just play a ton of their stuff of the Richest Man in Babylon Album as if you were sponsored by Tower Records. Lets hear some of their earlier work! :moon:
as others pointed out, a bjorkish feel. Also sounds like Emiliana Torrini (who did Gollum\'s Song on LOTR-II)
Where is this place the play? I think it is interesting and would like to go chill out
Originally Posted by sully3: This group is from Washington D.C. and they have a studio lounge there where they record while people chill out. :cool:
:bounce: :bounce: :)
They do steal a lot of tunes! It\'s is not rock, it\'s not pop, is it music at all? Kruder & Dorfmeister did this loungy elevator music, TC steals the bad stuff and come up with something worse. If you steal, do it good!
This group is from Washington D.C. and they have a studio lounge there where they record while people chill out. :cool:
I love this group and this album! I would have probably never listened to them if not for RP. Thanks for introducing me! :bounce:
Thievery Corporation was at the Coachella Music Festival in Indio, CA. They do an awesome blend of reggae and electro-lounge. They had movie screens of urban life and the lounge scene. :cool:
At first I thought this was Morcheeba ... which always makes me perk up my ears. Once I did, I realized the voice wasn\'t as smooth, but I think I still like it. While the voice isn\'t as flawless as Skye\'s, the overall feel of the tune is smooooooooth. :cool:
Originally Posted by morganlf: this song is great - her voice reminds me at once of bjork and portishead -- great stuff! :clap:
Agreed on the voice, but it's a shame that the music isn't a little more interesting. And I've never been a fan of regge (is that spelled right?) and this definitely has that sort of feel to it. Update: Man, what was I thinking, this music rules :) The more TC I hear the more I realize that it's only a matter of time before I have to own one of their discs
Love it! Her voice sounds really cool on this. I really like this group, and would have never heard them if not for RP. Thanks! :clap:
this song is great - her voice reminds me at once of bjork and portishead -- great stuff! :clap: