CASETTA

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Stems

Artist Song Buy
July  The Clown  buy on itunes
13th Floor Elevators  You Don't Know  buy on itunes
Australian Playboys  Sad  buy on itunes
Octopus  Girlfriend  buy on itunes
The Mascots  Words Enough To Tell You  buy on itunes
The Vejtables  I Still Love You  buy on itunes
Quicksilver Messenger Service  The Fool  buy on itunes
The Golliwogs  Fight Fire  buy on itunes
Smokestack Lightning  Nadine  buy on itunes
Grateful Dead  Alligator  buy on itunes
Chocolate Watchband  Expo 2000  buy on itunes
Love  She Comes In Colors  buy on itunes
The Head Shop  Heaven Here We Come  buy on itunes
The Peanut Butter Conspiracy  Too Many Do  buy on itunes
The United States Of America  The Garden Of Earthly Delights  buy on itunes
Matthew Moore Plus Four  Codyne (She's Real)  buy on itunes
The Rockets  Hole In My Pocket  buy on itunes
The Holy Modal Rounders  Half A Mind/The Pledge  buy on itunes

Comment:

Valis offered up some songs and using them as guides I ventured in and built a mix around them with some pleasing results.
image for mix

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Adr8012
Date: 8/14/2002
This looks very good and a pretty pretty cover
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Muzag
Date: 8/14/2002
Looks great and, yes, an excellent cover too.
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valis
Date: 8/14/2002
Not only a track list that absolutely *HAUNTS* me presently, stellar use of the Stones '67 "Flowers" lp cover!!! (Pardon my drool.) The sitar ending on "You Don't Know" is mesmerizing, the Golliwogs piece is an absolute gem, the Mascots are a dead-on doppelganger for the early Beatles on that one, Love's "She Comes In Colors" is said to be the inspiration for the Stones "She's a Rainbow." Great, just great! I wouldn't cry at all if I was down to these "Stems"!!!
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Curtis_Burns
Date: 8/14/2002
This looks wonderful and that cover is absolutely gorgeous.
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laufi
Date: 8/14/2002
VERY pleasing!
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Mike Pike Set
Date: 8/14/2002
SUUUUUUPERCOOOL!
I love every song, god damned you got good taste here....Wonderful cover too, Rolling Stones is my middle name:-D, please let me know if you want to trade with me!!!!
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Moe
Date: 8/14/2002
Great mix and outstanding cover Tom. I know I'm going to want this one. Will have some stuff sent your way soon.
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p the swede
Date: 8/14/2002
i don't know if there's anything to add that's not allready said, but it looks smashing to me too
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Adam Noble1
Date: 8/14/2002
wikd.
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greaseball
Date: 8/14/2002
this looks really great as usual. I'd like to do some trading with you, sometime if you've got time.
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Rob Conroy
Date: 8/14/2002
Please sign me up for one of these, Tom, and include me on the list of people praising your cover.
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valis
Date: 8/14/2002
That cover is boggling! (I keep going back and forth with the Stones one to see how you did that...) Great work.
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bufo alvarius
Date: 8/14/2002
This looks really excellent. I humbly approach with yet another request for a trade. Let me know if there's anything I have that you'd be interested in.
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fizz-boo
Date: 8/14/2002
gr8 cover !! "Cut-n-Paste", a muchly overlooked artist's tool !
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James Russell
Date: 8/14/2002
Chocolate Watchband had a song called "Expo 2000"? Where? And may I also add in the general praise of the cover art.
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CASETTA
Date: 8/14/2002
Expo 200O" appeared on appeared on the recording No Way Out LP (the bands 1st album). It is a psych instrumental. It often mistakenly listed as an early Pink Floyd tune on bootlegs and music downloading sites. The Chesterfield Kings did a swell cover of the tune as well
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buglady
Date: 8/14/2002
Love that Vejtables song, just picked up Feel the Vejtables last week at the used CD shop in town. Excellent mix!
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Sean Lally
Date: 8/14/2002
Great songs, great cover. Perhaps I should commission you to do the cover for my next record.
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McDonald12
Date: 8/15/2002
a tremendous mix, Tom. I would really like this. What will you take in trade?
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valis
Date: 9/10/2002
..seemingly fired from the silo of some Sonic Aural silo!!! Hotter than any proverbial cliche you'd care to mention....HEAT-SEEKING SYNAPTICAL CROSS-FIRE!! This one is BOTH shaken & stirred! As excellent as advertised and more.....and hell, I'm only half-way thru' my first listen. Great Tom, great!

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