I wrote a post a while back about an old mix tape that I have held on to for a long, long time. I've spent some time listening to it and trying to figure out just who the various bands are. This is a listing as best as I can discover of all of the songs on the tape.
Unfortunately, there are a few that are NOT available from iTunes or any other source I can discover. DH tells me that yes, it is possible to get music from analog tapes to mp3 format, but the gadget guru does not have the needed hardware. Yet.
Without further ado, here's the listing. This has taken forever to dig up all the links and to track down the names of the bands...and I'm not done. There are still two that I can't track down. Which in the age of everything in the whole world available on Google is as irritating as heck. The song title links to the lyrics (usually) and the band title links to the band's website, if they have one, and a fan site if they don't.
- Hello~The Beloved
- Come Together~Primal Scream
- Candleland~Echo & The Bunnymen
- All Together Now~The Beatles
- Only Tongue Can Tell~Trash Can Sinatras
- Scarborough Fair~Simon & Garfunkel
- I'm Free~The Soup Dragons
- That's a lie (remix)~Too Much Joy
- Theme from Twin Peaks(no lyrics)~Angelo Badalamenti
- Laura Palmer's Theme (no lyrics)~Angelo Badalmenti
- Right Here, Right Now~Jesus Jones
- Wicked Game~Chris Isaak
- Peek-a-Boo~Siouxsie & The Banshees
- Give Peace A Chance~The Peace Choir
- Deeper Shade of Soul~Urban Dance Squad
- I Saw Red (Acoustic)~Warrant
- Put It There~Paul McCartney
- Imagine~John Lennon
- Waterfall~The Stone Roses
- Then~The Charlatans UK
- Here Comes The Sun~The Beatles
- Elizabeth My Dear~The Stone Roses
every beat of the heart
brings me closer to the start
takes me further away from you
brings me closer to the truth
If you know who sings this, what the title of the song is, please let me know. It is going to drive me crazy.
If I was super tech-savvy, I'd post a playlist with an MP3 player so you could hear all this ancient music, but I'm not that cool. Plus can you imagine the bandwith that would eat up?