Mixxer

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CD | Alternative - Indie Rock
3/24/2005
My masterpiece has been posted and now it's time to look back and read all the comments. None yet? Maybe 3 minutes is not long enough. I'll look again later. Still no comments? Maybe six minutes is not …
CD | Theme - Cover Songs
3/5/2005
In July 1952, not long before his death at age 29, Hank Williams released "Jambalaya (On the Bayou)." It sang of good food, good times, and a bright (if rustic) future with his fiancTe Yvonne. The song …
CD | Pop
12/28/2004
Thanks to the good folks at Spectropop and Tweedledum, I collected bunches of obscure 60s pop songs, and finally sorted thru to create a CD's worth of the best. <"Best" is solely determined by my perso …
CD | Pop
11/7/2004
Most of this is relatively mainstream (mot inconnu chez AOTM) rock and pop that has appeared on the Top 40 (quel horreur, disent mes copains) in France or Quebec. The Zouk song is from Martinique. (Zou …
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CD | Theme - Alternating DJ
10/3/2004
Both songs are highly associated with wild 'n' crazy parties. For "Louie Louie" that would be a beer-soaked frat bash, like the ones at fictional Faber College in the movie Animal House. For "Iko Iko"  …
CD | Pop
7/16/2004
Each song in this mix is based on an opera. Some are rock or pop (or soul or techno) remakes of operatic arias; others are songs that take their story or characters from some classical opera. Notes on …
CD | Pop
6/5/2004
Tracks 1-5 are dedicated to Kim Deal, who turns 43 in a few days. Then the mix took on a life of its own. The title is from "Telephone Hour."
CD | Mixed Genre
5/15/2004
The traditional definition of a two step is "a kind of round dance in march or polka time." Later it became "a quick-tempo Country & Western dance." On the UK dance scene it refers to "the latest UK da …
CD | Theme
4/17/2004
She did her famous dance in Galilee in 30 A.D., but Mark's writeup did not even call her by name. She finally got star billing 1862 years later, in the play SalomT by Wilde (that's Oscar, not Kim). Her …