joan k

gravatar
Member Since: 3/28/2003
Total Mixes: 16
Total Feedback: 6
Message | Friend

Other Mixes By joan k

CD | Mixed Genre
Cassette | Theme - Sleep
Cassette | Mixed Genre
CD | Mixed Genre
CD | Theme - Romantic

Do You Dance? Nookie Nookie

Side A
Artist Song Buy
The Beatles  Twist & Shout  buy on itunes
The Standels  Dirty Water  buy on itunes
The Jam  Heatwave   buy on itunes
Prince  When You Were Mine   buy on itunes
The Go-Go's  We Got the Beat   buy on itunes
The B-52's  Private Idaho   buy on itunes
Paul Hardcastle  19   buy on itunes
David Bowie  Suffragette City   buy on itunes
Aretha Franklin  Respect   buy on itunes
Charley Sexton  Beat's So Lonely  buy on itunes
Prince  Raspberry Beret  buy on itunes
Bruce Springsteen  Cadillac Ranch   buy on itunes
Talking Heads  Road to Nowhere   buy on itunes
The Jam  "Batman" theme  buy on itunes
The Champs  Tequila   buy on itunes
Side B
ArtistSongBuy
The Beatles  Here Comes the Sun   buy on itunes
Otis Redding  (Sittin' on) The Dock of the Bay   buy on itunes
Elvis Costello  Ship Building  buy on itunes
Billy Joel  Just the Way You Are   buy on itunes
Don McLean  American Pie   buy on itunes
Simon & Garfunkel  The Boxer   buy on itunes
UB40  Red, Red Wine   buy on itunes
The Police  Every Breath You Take   buy on itunes
Modern English  Melt with You   buy on itunes
Peter Gabriel  In Your Eyes   buy on itunes

Comment:

Dug out some old tapes, and I think this one was my very first mix tape. Can you guess the year?

Feedback:

gravatar
Sister ZoT Jarvis
Date: 4/9/2006
Hmmm...Prince's Hits was released on CD in 1993. Best Of Talking Heads CD was out in 2004/5 so I would have to guess this was compiled using vinyl or cassettes back in about 1986. Do I get a cookie??!! If so, make mine a thin mint!
gravatar
Little Spencer Boys
Date: 4/10/2006
1983/84??? Whadda I win? Tappin' my feat to this mix.
gravatar
joan k
Date: 4/10/2006
Very close E Dank: Compiled using cassettes and some vinyl back in...early 1987. As a going-to-college gift, my dad gave me my first stereo with a record player and tape-to-tape decks. Just in time because freshman year was when I discovered mix tapes, although I'd always made lists of favorite songs. Thankfully, my hallmates helped expand my musical horizons beyond this first mix tape's sampling. But I still like this first one. I also found all the handwritten lists I made leading up to making it - how funny.

You must be logged in to do this.