Stopping by Amoeba Music, Swedish artist Lykke Li picked out some of her favorites records and films, starting with Leonard Cohen's 1971 classic Songs of Love and Hate. "I wish I was him, basically. I wish I did this album," she says, holding the LP up to the camera. She then picks up Neil Young's Harvest and a box set of five films by writer-director John Cassavetes, citing A Woman Under the Influence as her favorite movie. To top off the '70s theme, Li made a cult choice: Alejandro Jodorowsky's 1973 spiritual freakout quest, The Holy Mountain--in her words, "If you've been smoking a j, then this is the movie to watch." Watch the video of Li at Amoeba below.
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