in the movie broken flowers, bill murray’s character receives a lovely mix cd from his neighbor before he drives cross country to reunite with old ex-lovers to find his son. although im not really sure of the ending from the film — the soundtrack is something im definitely sure of.

with artists like the greenhorns and holly golightly who take me back to the 60s, mulatu astatke‘s ethiopian influenced driven jazz brings me on a let’s-hope-it-never-ends drive to nowhere, usa.

jump in the car
forget everything
smile and just go.

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