Pablo Mejlszenkier

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Contiguous Covers 1

Side A
Artist Song
Johnny Cash  Highway Patrolman (Springsteen) 
Buck Owens  Understand Your Man (Cash) 
Ray Charles  Crying Time (Owens) 
Bobby Darin  I Got a Woman (Charles) 
Buddy Holly  Early In the Morning (Darin) 
Beatles  Words of Love (Holly) 
Rolling Stones  I Wanna Be Your Man (Lennon/McCartney) 
Otis Redding  Satisfaction (Jagger/Richards) 
David Allan Coe  Sittin' On the Dock of the Bay (Redding) 
Willie Nelson  Take This Job & Shove It (Coe) 
Al Green  Funny How Time Slips Away (Nelson) 
Isaac Hayes  Let's Stay Together (Green/Jackson/Mitchell) 
Eurythmics  Wrap It Up (Hayes/Porter) 
Henry Mancini & Boston Pops Orchestra  Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) (Lennox/Stewart) 
Dick Dale  Peter Gunn Theme (Mancini) 
Beach Boys  Let's Go Trippin' (Dale) 
Side B
Neil Diamond  God Only Knows (Asher/Wilson) 
Bobby Womack  Sweet Caroline (Diamond) 
Charlie Rich  It's All Over Now (Womack/Womack) 
Elvis Costello  Sittin' & Thinkin' (Rich) 
Roy Orbison  The Comedians (Costello) 
Everly Brothers  Claudette (Orbison) 
John Prine  So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad) (Everly) 
Steve Goodman  Souvenirs (Prine) 
Jimmy Buffet  California Promises (Goodman) 
Lefty Frizzell  Railroad Lady (Buffet/Walker) 
Merle Haggard  That's the Way Love Goes (Frizzell/Shafer) 
Kris Kristofferson  Okie from Muskogee (Burris/Haggard) 
Bob Dylan  They Killed Him (Kristofferson) 
Eric Clapton  Knockin' on Heaven's Door (Dylan) 
Red Sovine  Lay Down Sally (Clapton) 
Tom Waits  Big Joe & Phantom 309 (Sovine) 
Bruce Springsteen  Jersey Girl (Waits) 


Here's another installment for the continuous covers challenge. Unfortunately, I don't own all the songs necessary to actually compile this, but wouldn't it be cool? It's an extra-long cassette (120 min.?) or double-CD set with 33 tracks, spanning over 40 years of music history (FYI: oldest = Buddy Holly - "Early in the Morning" (1958), most recent = John Prine "So Sad..." (1999)) and a bunch of musical genres. The mix also comes full circle -- i.e., the opening track is a cover of a song penned by the artist on the final track. If anybody actually has the music collection necessary to pull this off, please let me know!


Eyeball Kid
Date: 2/18/2001
This is amazing. You've got way too much time on your hands
Hope Lives On
Date: 2/27/2002
Doctor Gonzo
Date: 2/28/2004
Those of you wishing to create these cover chains should check out The longest they've got is (apparantly) 166 songs lond.