Eric Schmuckler

Member Since: 8/16/2001
Total Mixes: 69
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Other Mixes By Eric Schmuckler

CD | Single Artist
CD | Theme
Cassette | Theme
Cassette | Theme
Cassette | Theme


Side A
Artist Song
Graham Parker (Jackson 5)  I Want You Back 
Rolling Stones (Temptations)  Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me) 
Jackson 5 (Stevie Wonder; Stones too on Metamorphosis)  Don't Know Why I Love You 
English Beat (Smokey & the Miracles)  Tears of a Clown 
Fine Young Cannibals (Elvis Presley)  Suspicious Minds 
Pet Shop Boys (Elvis Presley)  Always On My Mind 
David Bowie (Kinks)  Where Have All the Good Times Gone? 
Romantics (Kinks)  She's Got Everything 
Divinyls (Syndicate of Sound)  Hey Little Boy 
Tiffany (Beatles)  I Saw Him Standing There 
Feelies (Beatles)  Everybody's Got Something to Hide (Except Me and My Monkey) 
Fleshtones (Stones)  Play With Fire 
Pete Townshend (English Beat)  Save It For Later 
the Selecter (TK)  James Bond 
Side B
the Clash (Bobby Fuller Four)  I Fought the Law 
Sex Pistols (the Who)  Substitute 
David Bowie (Stones)  Let's Spend the Night Together 
Siouxsie & the Banshees (Iggy Pop)  The Passenger 
Bryan Ferry (Beatles)  You Won't See Me 
Beatles (Buddy Holly)  Words of Love 
Wreckless Eric (Buddy Holly)  Crying, Waiting, Hoping 
R.E.M. (Velvet Underground)  Pale Blue Eyes 
Feelies (Velvet Underground)  What Goes On 
X (Jerry Lee Lewis)  Breathless 
Sister Carol (Troggs)  Wild Thing 
UB40 w/ Chrissie Hynde (Sonny & Cher)  I Got You Babe 
Ramones (Searchers)  Needles and Pins 
Wilson Pickett (Archies)  Sugar Sugar 
Kid Creole & the Coconuts (Jimmy Soul)  If You Wanna Be Happy 
Elvis Costello (Smokey & the Miracles)  From Head to Toe 


Covers (originals) with lotsa mini themes and couplets: Opening with a Motown superfecta; Elvis and Kinks sets; note Divinyls and Tiffany form a genderbender doubleheader; Beatles duo leading into a Beatles/Stones/Who (sort of) parlay. side two: Clash/Pistols a dialectic in itself; Beatles in Buddy double; Velvets of course; a reggae thing with Sister Carol and UB40; bubblegum reigns with Ramones and the wicked Pickett; Kid Creole and Elvis C. bring us home. Aren't covers tapes the peak of the mixing experience?