Wish Roy Orbison Could Tell Me What To Do

Side A
Artist Song
Moody Blues  The Morning: Another Morning 
Velvet Undergroud  Sunday Morning 
Yeah Yeah Yeahs  Maps 
The Strokes  What Ever Happened 
Burning of the Midnight Lamp  Jimi Hendrix 
The Band  This Wheel's On Fire (live) 
The Kinks  This Time Tomorrow 
Creedence Clearwater Revival  Lodi 
George Harrison  My Sweet Lord 
The Beatles  TheContinuing Story of Bungalow Bill 
Naked Raygun  Wonder Beer 
Nirvana  About a Girl 
Side B
Black Sabbath  Paranoid 
The Beatles  Eleanor Rigby 
The Band  When You Awake 
Rocky Votolato  Suicide Medicine 
Moody Blues  Emily's Song 
Emmylou Harris  Here, There and Everywhere 
The Kinks  Strangers 
Nico  Somewhere There's a Feather 
Moody Blues  Melancholy Man 
Procol Harum  A Whiter Shade Of Pale 
Van Morrison  Tura Lura Lural (That's an Irish Lullaby) 


Is it cheating to put George Harrison and the Beatles back to back? Do I care?

My photography class is pretty demanding, and I haven't been able to really take advantage of lab time yet. It's pretty difficult to get in there during the day, so I spend a lot of time there on the weekends. I'm going to get a lot of wear out of this tape.


Date: 2/11/2007
I would hope that you do not care whether that'd be considered cheating by whatever arbitrary "rules" of mix making - if it sounds right to you, do it. Looks like a nice mix. Cool title, too.
rachel stardust
Date: 2/11/2007
Oh, I definitely don't. Once I posted a mix on another site, and every comment was along the lines of, "OMG YOU CAN'T PUT TWO SONGS BY THE SAME BAND NEXT TO EACH OTHER!!!!!!" Good grief!

ps, thanks!