Member Since: 10/17/2004
Total Mixes: 14
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Other Mixes By everybodysmiled

CD | Mixed Genre
CD | Mixed Genre
CD | Theme - Cover Songs
CD | Theme - Alternating DJ

Photos of the Past

Artist Song
Jamie Cullum  Photograph  
Fiona Apple  Please Send Me Someone To Love  
Josh Rouse  It's the Nighttime  
Diana Krall  Dream A Little Dream Of Me  
James Taylor  Something In The Way She Moves  
Etta James  At Last  
Matt Nathanson  Sing Me Sweet  
Mandy Moore & Michael Stipe  God Only Knows 
Alexi Murdoch  For You 
Julie Doiron  Will You Still Love Me In December? 
Timothy Daniel  Don't Believe In No 
Megan Slankard  Sails  
Rufus Wainwright (feat. Dido)  I Eat Dinner (When The Hunger's Gone) 
Alison Krauss & Union Station  New Favorite  
Arthur Yoria  I'll Pretend  
Nickel Creek  Reasons Why  
Nick Drake  Which Will  
Michelle Branch  'Til I Get Over You  
Brad Wolfe and the Moon  Caroline  
Eva Cassidy  Yesterday  


This was a truly intriguing concept mix to put together. The main idea behind it is a conversation over the course of a relationship. It starts with photograph, which details brings all these memories flooding back. From there, it goes back and forth, with duets highlighting turning points in the relationship. This breaks up the mix into 3 parts: the lead-up (1-7), the good but trying times (9-12), and the fall-out (14-20). I suppose I intentionally made the first part intense and euphoric, with a short middle portion, brought the end in with length and intensity. Tell me how this experiment worked out!

On another note, I never actually put this together more than in concept, because I don't have all these songs in an accessible media format. :sigh: I just hope this is a risk that worked.


Little Spencer Boys
Date: 2/6/2006
Ummm, this is tasty! Get the tunes MAKE THIS MIX!
Date: 2/6/2006
This is excellent, although I have to voice my disdain at Jamie Cullum and Eva Cassidy neither of which I can bear but I get the fact that they fit the theme. Superb picks from Alison Krauss, Alexi Murdoch, Nick Drake, Etta James and Josh Rouse, and I'd love to hear track 8.