Haruki Murakami is a man of many interests—writing, ultramarathons, solitude, talking cats, and of course, music. Not only is Murakami a noted one-night DJ, he also founded a jazz club when he was 15, and has a collection of more than 10,000 records (which he has pledged to the new Haruki Murakami Library at Waseda University).
If you want to listen as he listens (or you need some music for your next 65-mile run), Far Out Magazine has put together a (3,252-track) playlist of songs from Murakami’s impressive vinyl collection.
Or you could just hear the wind sing!
[via Far Out Magazine]