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Crate Digging with Vlad Oscar: 5 Records That Spread Infinte Love

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Regardless if you talk about some French pop from the 80s’, some obscure 70s’ funk music recorded on 7″ records or mellow jazz made in Russia, the music collected on vinyl by Vlad Oscar has one thing in common: the groove. We tasted his signature groove for quite a few times during our small gatherings at the shop or around Bucharest, as he’s constantly playing lots of vinyl gems from his personal collection.

And, as we’re getting closer to the Valentine’s Day, when we prepared a few surprises for all the vinyl lovers and lovers alike (you can check our event details here), we asked Vlad Oscar to put together a short list of records that spread infinite love. Just make sure you’ll listen to these records in a good company 🙂

Vlad Oscar will spin some records at Misbits Record Shop on February the 14th, alongside Alexincase and Iorga. Click here for more details

The New Rotary Connection ‎– Hey, Love (1971)
One of my all time favorite love songs.

Nina Simone ‎– Little Girl Blue (1958)
I always enjoyed her jazz-soaked love songs

Screamin’ Jay Hawkins ‎– I Put A Spell On You (1956)
Because love is scary sometimes.

Barry White – Barry White Sings for Someone You Love (1977)
Nothing beats a glass of cognac accompanied by Barry White’s music on a romantic night.

Bob Marley and the Wailers – Kaya (1978)
Good vibes of love and positivity.