AD Presents: Chances With Wolves 2: Hotel Motel / A Mixtape

Chances With Wolves

Our east coast compatriots, NYC’s Chances With Wolves return with their second serving for Aquarium Drunkard: Hotel Motel – A Mixtape. As always, it’s a heady/essential brew. The CWW squad is in L.A. this week launching the inaugural issue of their new zine at Family Books (tonight) on Fairfax — with a DJ set immediately afterwards. You can still download the first AD/CWW joint from 2012, here.

MP3: AD Presents: Chances With Wolves 2: Hotel Motel / A Mixtape (1 hour, 7 minutes)

Tracklisting after the jump. . .

Intro
Wear Your Love Like Heaven – Eartha Kitt
Lonesome Blues – Ernie Maresca
Collage – The Three Degrees
Blues Skies – Nina Simone
Happy Day From Me To You – Victor Uwaifo
Eclipse Of The Moon – Tony, Caro And John
I’ll Take Care Of You – Bobby Bland
At The Hotel – Eunice Collins
Set Me Free – Black Merda
You Keep Me Hanging On – Steve Jordan And The Jordan Brothers
Walking In The Park – Gene Allison
Bla Bla Bla Bla Cha Cha Cha – Titus Turner
Big Bad Wolf – The Sham-ettes
Little Red Riding Hood – 9th Ward Marching Band
Mrs. Robinson – Louis Prima
Me And My Rhythm Guitar – Johnny Powers
Old Fashioned Way – Tiny Tim
We Can Change The World – Graham Nash
Sixteen Tons – Louis Neefs
Straighten Up And Fly Right – Bob Marlo
Besame Mucho – The Persuasions
Chills And Fever – Jet Harris
Never Leave Me – The Stratfords
Hit The Road Jack (demo) – Percy Mayfield
Come On Back Jack – Nina Simone
Watch It! Watch It! Watch It! – Timmy Thomas
Leftover Wine – Della Reese
Let It Be – Holy Spirit School
The Creator Has A Master Plan – Leon Thomas And Louis Armstrong

20 thoughts on “AD Presents: Chances With Wolves 2: Hotel Motel / A Mixtape

  1. Daymaker. Have been waiting for one another one of these for forever. Currently soundtracking torrential downpours in Chicago. Many thx.

  2. @Satisfied ’75 — I must be a dummy too, because I don’t see how to download it. It’s clickable, but only to bring up the webplayer.

  3. I don’t even like a lot of this, but it’s one of the most interesting mixtapes I’ve ever heard. Had no idea that Louis Prima sang about Mrs. Robinson, or Louis Armstrong about the Creator’s master plan. Amazing.

    p.s. I think that “Bla Bla Bla Bla Cha Cha Cha” will become my new answer to any question I’m asked.

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