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https://open.spotify.com/user/edwinv/playlist/1L2qosrzE7l9fXo4kZuuxn?si=6809yyCFS5mIPt0F9O1pZw

 

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If you love piano music and are in need of cooling down and relax, this playlist might be a good fit! You are also welcome to make suggestions! 

 

Enjoy!

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6y3cReEwxDtWkZGMt1prkt 

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Hi there, here are some of the playlists I wanna share~

I like make playlists based on decade, it is kinda an OCD for me~

plz follow my playlists if u like it~I'll keep on updating and making new one!

Thank you so much:^>

 

This is is the playlists I listen to the most~I love the 90's as I was born in the 90's! This is my 90's rock music playlist!

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6blKLgwydDo1erDYD8AMkC?si=LzLx8tl4QDmiSv0nHtzdXA

 

and this is also a 90's playlist, but with more R&B and Pop classic hits!

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3D1SS2javZoO2bFBIAqtW1?si=eIdVYMLSQuypP9fPuX0Hvg

 

This is my 80's rock music playlist with some hard rock and metal songs~

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7yJTNpPrL8XLl0zbvT5kDr?si=vHI9nQE-RG2mqAtOMAXkeQ

 

and this is another 80's playlist, with more pop classic hits~also some dance and electro music as well

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6qgZMOSDkdwF47KWyPA1Pa?si=fptRvDsoSZCRaDiVXFpbLw

 

This is my playlist with all the oldies from 50's 60's, mostly traditional pop~

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4YoQJWd9oC9IDJtLYHK4ta?si=NRR5KWQQT1mBsahOnSF14A

Monthly Playlists all new and current music. Every genre except for Country and Metal 

open.spotify.com/playlist/3MAxNV3YGjXYFLTBXt6nXd

Hi there! Happy to follow the feed 🙂

I recently discovered this list and could listen to it ll day:

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/23Hj9zjHTvj8tjIuoop6z9?si=Bj80WOKdSG2YqkdpD85U-g

Great stuff in there! I made one today too with some similar indie folk xmas greats. 

 

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My playlists basically just a combined playlist from several different source playlists updated automatically once per day:

 

A playlist combination from several regional top charts playlist by spotify:

spotify:playlist:18GNXUSA9cOeAQU8pFE4IE 

 

Playlist combination of several calm piano playlists:

spotify:playlist:4BRD2Sgfs6WoZ3BDG36CCy 

 

This is my personal playlist combination which I usually use for daily listening:

spotify:playlist:15pbfl6WPO3Re0UmSWnghW 

 

still trying to find a way to automatically shuffle the playlist tracks without taking too much resources/API calls..

consider making smaller playlists under 100 songs and updating them frequently instead of having a huge pile of songs ontop of each other . not only is it apparently better to have less songs for the algorhythm or whatever ( spotify reccomends u make 30 song playlists ) but its way easier to drag around say 20 tracks from the bottom to the middle and top 20 from the the top to the bottom and middle and some from the middle up and down but now you can take your personal favorites and feature them longer on your playlist and even start a song of the week blog and archive your old songs that fans really liked in a new playlist and get audience engagement that way

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