Jukebox: October 2011

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Posted October 7, 2011 by J Matthew Cobb in Features
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20 tracks! New music from Coldplay, Jason Derülo, Graffiti 6, Jason Mraz, Mayer Hawthorne, Mario, Estelle, J. Cole, David Guetta, Tony Bennett and Daryl Hall highlight October playlist

No need for quarters here. HiFi Magazine’s JUKEBOX kicks off its October 2011 playlist with some of the hottest artists and singles this month. Just sit back, let the JUKEBOX load up, and enjoy your favorites and discover the new faces in music.

Normally we allow the shuffle option to lead the way, but we decided to give a shot at the actual programmed playlist. – since we feel the songs flow best this way. And it looks like it’s going to be a delicious fall season for new music. Music greats Daryl Hall, the Bangles and Peter Gabriel are returning with new sets and the newbies are just as satisfying (Mayer Hawthorne‘s “The Walk” and Graffiti6‘s “Free” are noteworthy). To top things off, there’s high enthusiasm surrounding the latest tracks from Jason Mraz and Coldplay.

As always, feel free to select your song of choice. When you’re done bobbing your head to the music, be sure to spread the love and pass the link on.

NOW PLAYING:

1. Coldplay “Paradise”
2. Jason Mraz “The World As I See It”
“Ghost On The Dance Floor”
4. Graffiti6 “Free”
5. David Guetta feat. Usher “Without You”
6. Nicki Minaj feat. Rihanna “Fly
7. Estelle “Thank You”
8. Enrique Iglesias “I Like How It Feels”
9. Joe Jonas “Just In Love”
“The Walls”
11. J. Cole feat. Trey Songz “Can’t Get Enough” (explicit)
12. Jason Derülo “It Girl”
13. Mayer Hawthorne “The Walk”
“Until It’s Gone”
15. Peter Gabriel “Red Rain”
 “Pumped Up Kicks”
17. Daryl Hall “Eyes For You (Ain’t No Doubt About It)”
“We Own The Night”
19. The Bangles “Anna Lee (Sweetheart of the Sun)”
20. Tony Bennett feat. Lady Gaga “The Lady Is A Tramp”


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J Matthew Cobb

Managing editor of HiFi Magazine


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