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Ten Ways To Beat The Homeland Blues
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Ten Ways To Beat The Homeland Blues | ‘My Funny Valentine’ Miles Davis (1965)
‘My Funny Valentine’ Miles Davis (1965)

Abu Nazir may have the ultimate Trojan horse and most of the moves, but we’re willing to bet that Carrie has a much cooler record collection. Who better to wrap your ears around after a hard day’s maverick espionage work than Miles Davis? Mathison’s favourite jazzman provides the soundtrack for her moments of rueful contemplation. You can track ‘All Blues’ and ‘My Funny Valentine’ down to Davis’s live album of the same name, recorded in the Lincoln Center in 1965.
 

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