Essex Dog

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Member Since: 7/14/2007
Total Mixes: 31
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"Go, Mordecai!"

Artist Song Buy
The Beatles  Hey Jude  buy on itunes
Peter Sarstedt  Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)  buy on itunes
Neutral Milk Hotel  In the Aeroplane Over the Sea  buy on itunes
Badly Drawn Boy  This Is That New Song  buy on itunes
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young  Our House  buy on itunes
Nick Drake  One of These Things First  buy on itunes
Neutral Milk Hotel  Holland, 1945  buy on itunes
Bob Dylan  Mr. Tambourine Man  buy on itunes
The Clash  The Card Cheat  buy on itunes
David Bowie  All the Young Dudes  buy on itunes
The Doors  The End (Apocolypse Now Soundtrack Edit)  buy on itunes
The Flaming Lips  The Captain Is a Cold Hearted and Egotistical Fool  buy on itunes
Elliot Smith  Needle In the Hay  buy on itunes
Neutral Milk Hotel  The King of Carrot Flowers Pt. One  buy on itunes
The Kinks  Powerman  buy on itunes
The Beach Boys  Sloop John B.  buy on itunes

Comment:

I really want to put something after Sloop John B., But I really can't decide what. Any suggestions?
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Darth Pazuzu
Date: 11/22/2007
I guess it all depends on how much remaining time there is on the disc! For Track #17 and 18, I would suggest Peter Hammill's "Imperial Zeppelin" (1971) and the Monkees' "Pleasant Valley Sunday" (1967). But that's just me, and I am quite possibly insane... ;)
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KathrynandRupert
Date: 11/23/2007
Andmoreagain by Love.
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catey_lou
Date: 11/23/2007
Great mix! These are some of my favorite artists. I can tell you like Wes Anderson...way to go!
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LucieAndCo
Date: 11/25/2007
Why, "The Fairest Of The Seasons" by Nico would round it off very sweetly, or "These Days", of course.
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singmetosleep
Date: 12/23/2007
I agree with LucieAndCo. This is so well done, and I adore the cover art more than words can convey.
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DJ Usurp
Date: 4/27/2008
A bit from Mark Mothersbaugh's score would be appropriate.

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