A Travelers Playlist

By Shepherd

December 19, 2008

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Category: journey

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For a long plane ride crossing two oceans and spanning 3 continents, high above cities of every kind, nations at war with one another and people of countless backgrounds and ethnicities, and when your destination is Kathmandu, one needs a decent playlist. Mainly to help with the transition and provide a background sound as you write down shot ideas for the film you are making.
This soundtrack/playlist is made up of a very diverse pack of artists, with a tendency toward post-rock / thoughtful and reverent tunes and a few of my favorite worship songs. The last track is because my family will be missing me around the table this Christmas.

I’m Safer in an Airplane – Copeland
And It Rained All Night – Thom Yorke
The Dress Looks Nice on You – Sufjan Stevens
How My Heart Behaves – Feist
Airport Disco – Athlete
Threads – This Will Destroy You
The World We Live In – The Killers
Hljómalind – Sigur Rós
True Love – Phil Wickham
Shiver – Coldplay
Burn Out Brighter (Northern Lights) – Anberlin
End of Music – Do Make Say Think
I Can Feel Your Pain – Manchester Orchestra
Soul on Fire – Spiritualized
The River – Anathallo
Blowin’ In The Wind – Bob Dylan
My World – Lovedrug
Waiting For The World – Jason Collett
Anything – Mae
The Moon – Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova
Hear Our Prayers – The Glorious Unseen
Opposite Way – Leeland
The Only Moment We Were Alone – Explosions In The Sky
Heaven Breaks – Sleeping At Last
Disaster Tourism – mewithoutYou
Year of the Dog – The Lovely Sparrows
The House Of God Forever – Jon Foreman
I Still Care For You – Ray LaMontagne
Far from Home – The Classic Crime
The Innocent’s Corner – Caedmon’s Call
Please Come Home for Christmas – Dustin Kensrue

namaste.

Shepherd Ahlers/filmmaker

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One Response to “A Travelers Playlist”

  1. I hope you burned me a copy! I miss you already and Hope is still crying. Only now it is on and off not so hard. She just feels really sad your gone. God is with you boys! I Love Caleb’s poem :)

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