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Not Your Everyday Playlist

The Zombies
"This Will Be Our Year"
Sweetly romantic but unsappy, this British gem is an optimistic way to begin the first twelve months of nesting.

Jamie Lidell
Substitute overplayed Motown chestnuts with this funky electro-soul shuffle by the Brit with bona fide R&B pipes.

Kanye West
"Hey Mama"
Grab your mother-in-law for this mushy tribute to "the light of mine"; she'll be touched.

Midnight Star
"No Parking on the Dancefloor"
Forget "Superfreak" or "Brick House," this eighties electro-funk jam will fill the floor instantly.

Beachwood Sparks
"By Your Side"
The twangy L.A. act gives Sade's ode to fidelity a rustic makeover fit for dancing cheek-to-cheek.

Os Mutantes
Swaying bossa nova with a sighing chorus that newlyweds can croon in each other's ears.

Bill Withers
"Lovely Day"
The sentiment couldn't be more apt, and the light-stepping disco groove is sweet enough to eat.

Antony and the Johnsons
"Fistful of Love"
An awfully kinky slow-dance for sure, but perfect for the couple with outré tastes.

Linda Lyndell
"Whatta Man"
A funk classic, far grittier than En Vogue's '93 version.

Junior Senior
"Move Your Feet"
A hip-shaking cut for when the bridesmaids are barefoot, the groomsmen's ties are gone, and everyone's had a few too many.