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Hungry For New Music? Dive Into Anthony Bourdain’s Favorite Songs

Food and travel were Anthony Bourdain’s expertise, yet he also passionately pursued music, surrounding himself with lyrics and beats that spoke to his heart and rocked his soul. The new about-Bourdain film, Roadrunner, is chock-full of his favorite songs. Says its director Morgan Neville, “When I started making the documentary, pretty much the first thing I did was to put together a playlist of all the music that Tony mentioned…in books, interviews, Instagram stories and more.”

Now this immense, inviting collection is accessible via Spotify. It’s fascinating fun to check out what the late Bourdain deemed noteworthy. It’s also a cleverly curated way for you to discover numbers that might inspire you. Atop the chart is The Modern Lovers’ classic “Roadrunner,” which mirrors Bourdain’s on-the-go-go-go vision.

The scope of his music appreciation was wide, with songs by such artists as Blondie, Bob Dylan, David Bowie, Dusty Springfield, Elvis Costello, Etta James, Funkadelic, Grandmaster Flash The Furious Five, Hank Williams, Iggy Pop, James Brown, Jimmy Hendrix, John Barry, Johnny Cash, Joy Division, Kid Congo The Pink Monkey Birds, Lana del Rey, Leonard Cohen, Lou Reed, Marvin Gaye, Muddy Waters, New York Dolls, Patti Smith, Pearl Jam, Ramones, Rihanna, Rosa Yemen, Sex Pistols, Sly The Family Stone, Sonic Youth, Talking Heads, The Beach Boys, The Blue Notes, The Rolling Stones, The Stooges, The Velvet Underground, Tom Waits, Waylon Jennings and so many others.

Listen in particular to travel-and-love-entwined songs like The Sonics’ “Have Love Will Travel” (wild

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