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Posted: Aug 27, 2014 - 5:26am

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It pleases me to see that this mix worked out OK. I was worried that it would fall flat and be a waste of a turn in the rotation. Glad to know there are other fans of his music that appreciate more than just the hits. He is surely missed! {#Clap}

 

Sure is and his last album was one of his best, pretty powerful stuff!
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Posted: Aug 26, 2014 - 5:55pm

It pleases me to see that this mix worked out OK. I was worried that it would fall flat and be a waste of a turn in the rotation. Glad to know there are other fans of his music that appreciate more than just the hits. He is surely missed! {#Clap}
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Posted: Aug 25, 2014 - 4:28pm

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A staple in any mixed tape collection is a disc/tape of songs by one of your favorite artists/bands. Over the years I have made many of these for my listening pleasure. They typically don't cover the "hits" but more of the deep tracks that I gravitate towards. One recent Saturday I was doing work around the house and had my Ipod on shuffle and it pumped out about 4 or 5 Warren Zevon songs in an hours time. I thought to myself "Now why haven't I ever made a mixed Zevon disc?". So I put one together and started listening to it in the car. As I grew fonder of the mix I began to consider it for the RPMCC. I vacillated back and forth on this for awhile when I recalled that the club really has no rules, you can submit whatever suits your fancy. So when the time came I made a final decision and there you have it, Coldmiser's Zevon.

What, No Werewolves?


So I'm listening, I know that voice.  Then the second track, a twofer, cool done that before.  Then comes the thump, sounds like Another One Bites the Dust for a couple of beats.  Then I'm waiting cuz its not and then it hits me before the singing starts.  This is really going to be cool.  So then I opened up the notes and saw No Werewolves and settled back to see what came next.

Zevon is truly worthy of this kind of a mix.  I've done a few of these kinds of mixes over the years, too.  So many tracks that I haven't heard in ages and a couple I never heard because I lost track of him in his later years except for what is played here.  I kept waiting for Roland, too.  And I missed the Double E, but no worries, it was all smiles, all the way through.

Like Lazy8 said, a nice sampler for someone new to Zevon and a nice mix for someone with some big holes in their collection, too !

Nicely done !    
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Posted: Aug 25, 2014 - 9:47am

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What, No Werewolves?

Really enjoyed this. It was nice to be reminded of the gems among his later albums, which don't get heard enough. This would be a good introduction for someone who isn't yet a fan. {#Cheers}
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Posted: Aug 25, 2014 - 9:39am

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A staple in any mixed tape collection is a disc/tape of songs by one of your favorite artists/bands. Over the years I have made many of these for my listening pleasure. They typically don't cover the "hits" but more of the deep tracks that I gravitate towards. One recent Saturday I was doing work around the house and had my Ipod on shuffle and it pumped out about 4 or 5 Warren Zevon songs in an hours time. I thought to myself "Now why haven't I ever made a mixed Zevon disc?". So I put one together and started listening to it in the car. As I grew fonder of the mix I began to consider it for the RPMCC. I vacillated back and forth on this for awhile when I recalled that the club really has no rules, you can submit whatever suits your fancy. So when the time came I made a final decision and there you have it, Coldmiser's Zevon.

What, No Werewolves?

SONG                                                        ALBUM

 

Mr. Bad Example                                                       Mr. Bad Example

I Was in the House When the House Burned Down    Life’ll Kill Ya

Night Time in the Switching Yard                              Excitable Boy

Bill Lee                                                                         Bad Luck Streak in Dancing School

Splendid Isolation                                                       Transverse City

Mohammed’s Radio                                                   Stand in the Fire

Desperados Under the Eaves                                     Warren Zevon

Searching for a Heart                                                 Mr. Bad Example

Empty-Handed Heart                                                  Bad Luck Streak in Dancing School

My Shit’s Fucked Up                                                   Life’ll Kill Ya

The French Inhaler                                                     Learning to Flinch

Hit Somebody! (The Hockey Song)                            My Ride’s Here

Detox Mansion                                                           Sentimental Hygiene

Renegade                                                                   Mr. Bad Example

For My Next Trick I’ll Need a Volunteer                    Life’ll Kill Ya

The Indifference of Heaven                                        Learning to Flinch

Things to do in Denver When You’re Dead               Mr. Bad Example

Dirty Life & Times                                                       The Wind

Lawyers, Guns and Money                                         Excitable Boy



 

Ok, gave it a spin yesterday while cleaning my bathroom.....almost made that horrible experience pleasureable!{#Mrgreen}  First OMG I haven't heard this song in years goes to; Mohammed's radio and Hit somebody! (The Hockey Song), great to hear those again!   My favs of these go to Mr. Bad Example, I was in the house, NIghtime in the switchyard and one of my all time fav Zevon tunes; My Shit's Fucked Up (actually have used this one before on one of my mixes).  Anyway, great Zevon selections, enjoyed it immensely!  However, I would have named it What, No Roland?{#Wink}


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Posted: Aug 25, 2014 - 9:30am

A staple in any mixed tape collection is a disc/tape of songs by one of your favorite artists/bands. Over the years I have made many of these for my listening pleasure. They typically don't cover the "hits" but more of the deep tracks that I gravitate towards. One recent Saturday I was doing work around the house and had my Ipod on shuffle and it pumped out about 4 or 5 Warren Zevon songs in an hours time. I thought to myself "Now why haven't I ever made a mixed Zevon disc?". So I put one together and started listening to it in the car. As I grew fonder of the mix I began to consider it for the RPMCC. I vacillated back and forth on this for awhile when I recalled that the club really has no rules, you can submit whatever suits your fancy. So when the time came I made a final decision and there you have it, Coldmiser's Zevon.

What, No Werewolves?

SONG                                                        ALBUM

 

Mr. Bad Example                                                       Mr. Bad Example

I Was in the House When the House Burned Down    Life’ll Kill Ya

Night Time in the Switching Yard                              Excitable Boy

Bill Lee                                                                         Bad Luck Streak in Dancing School

Splendid Isolation                                                       Transverse City

Mohammed’s Radio                                                   Stand in the Fire

Desperados Under the Eaves                                     Warren Zevon

Searching for a Heart                                                 Mr. Bad Example

Empty-Handed Heart                                                  Bad Luck Streak in Dancing School

My Shit’s Fucked Up                                                   Life’ll Kill Ya

The French Inhaler                                                     Learning to Flinch

Hit Somebody! (The Hockey Song)                            My Ride’s Here

Detox Mansion                                                           Sentimental Hygiene

Renegade                                                                   Mr. Bad Example

For My Next Trick I’ll Need a Volunteer                    Life’ll Kill Ya

The Indifference of Heaven                                        Learning to Flinch

Things to do in Denver When You’re Dead               Mr. Bad Example

Dirty Life & Times                                                       The Wind

Lawyers, Guns and Money                                         Excitable Boy


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Posted: Aug 20, 2014 - 4:06am

Ok, looked at the theme and all I have to say is that you are 2 for 2 so far in this risky proposition!{#Mrgreen}Huge fan as well so its all good with me!  Will give you the review after listening next week.{#Cheers}


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Posted: Aug 19, 2014 - 11:04am

Mine came this morning.  Will give a spin later on today.

 
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Posted: Aug 19, 2014 - 6:35am

Got it yesterday!  Prolly won't get to give it a spin till Sunday.{#Music}
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Posted: Aug 18, 2014 - 8:22pm

Mine's here, already turning. This one works for me because I'm already a huge fan, but I can see it's a strong dose if you're not.

Just to make sure this is cryptic enough I'll include a picture of a camel.

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Posted: Aug 16, 2014 - 5:34pm

The August disc is in the hands of the US Postal Service as of this morning. My mix is a different departure from the norm, I hope it floats.

The only song on there that is NSFW is track #10 and the SH word appears in tracks #2 & #19, however in good taste.

For optimal listening pleasure I recommend boosting the volume up on tracks #13 & #19.

I'm heading off for vacation this week so I'll post up the playlist when I get back on the 25th.

Enjoy! 
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Posted: Aug 7, 2014 - 9:45am

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Reading this I realize I don't listen to enough college radio. I live in the NYC area and have always listened to this great station, WFUV, that is listener supported like RP and run out of a college. Like SirD most of my listening time is while in the car. I find myself turning the dial more and more from this station as they are just playing way too much pop crap these days that you would find on any commercial station. I found a good commercial station near my work that plays a decent mix, but their signals sucks and I get maybe 15 minutes of air time before the station goes fuzzy. I think that is the reason why I don't get the college stations, they just don't have the signal strength to get over the mountain.

But I've got my great collection of RPMCC discs at the ready to stoke my desire for new and varied music! {#Cool}

 

That is a shame about the degraded quality of your station, the station I just lost to GPB (Georgia Public Broadcasting) was top notch and will be sorely missed.  Yea, looks like I will just have to listen to CD mixes too when I get tired of the NPR drone (no pun intended{#Mrgreen}).
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Posted: Aug 7, 2014 - 9:27am

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Kurt, meant to reply to this earlier but got sidetracked.  Yes, it is very sad that we are losing the last vestiges of true eclectic, non commercial radio that is broadcast through analog.  Someday in the not too far future, virtually no one will have access to this treasured institution that is college radio through car radios. Commutes in my car have always been the primary times that I enjoy listening to music, at home I usually prefer TV.  This has been completely taken from me and it just not right, by got!{#Arghhh} Anyway, enjoy your local college radio while you can for it is going the way of the pay phone, Snow Leopard, Honey Bee, clean drinking water and good customer service.{#Frown}

 
Reading this I realize I don't listen to enough college radio. I live in the NYC area and have always listened to this great station, WFUV, that is listener supported like RP and run out of a college. Like SirD most of my listening time is while in the car. I find myself turning the dial more and more from this station as they are just playing way too much pop crap these days that you would find on any commercial station. I found a good commercial station near my work that plays a decent mix, but their signals sucks and I get maybe 15 minutes of air time before the station goes fuzzy. I think that is the reason why I don't get the college stations, they just don't have the signal strength to get over the mountain.

But I've got my great collection of RPMCC discs at the ready to stoke my desire for new and varied music! {#Cool}
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Posted: Aug 7, 2014 - 5:03am

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 I would call this a nice testimonial to college radio, cuz where else are you gonna hear most of this stuff anymore ?  It reminded me so much of how eclectic and personal college radio really is.  You've sampled some of Cleveland's best over the years as well as so many others seeing your playlists on the if not rp what are you listening to thread.  Its been 15 years since I gave it a serious listen.  This has inspired me to set some buttons for the few remaining locals to listen to instead of the other blather.
 

Kurt, meant to reply to this earlier but got sidetracked.  Yes, it is very sad that we are losing the last vestiges of true eclectic, non commercial radio that is broadcast through analog.  Someday in the not too far future, virtually no one will have access to this treasured institution that is college radio through car radios. Commutes in my car have always been the primary times that I enjoy listening to music, at home I usually prefer TV.  This has been completely taken from me and it just not right, by got!{#Arghhh} Anyway, enjoy your local college radio while you can for it is going the way of the pay phone, Snow Leopard, Honey Bee, clean drinking water and good customer service.{#Frown}


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Posted: Jul 24, 2014 - 4:48am

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So glad I waited to finish listening before looking at the lists.  Had the first two listened to a week ago.  But not much time until now to sit and listen to anything.  Definitely worthy of being a box set.  So much new stuff and lots of great old stuff put together with the knowledge of the songs and to make it flow.  I would call this a nice testimonial to college radio, cuz where else are you gonna hear most of this stuff anymore ?  It reminded me so much of how eclectic and personal college radio really is.  You've sampled some of Cleveland's best over the years as well as so many others seeing your playlists on the if not rp what are you listening to thread.  Its been 15 years since I gave it a serious listen.  This has inspired me to set some buttons for the few remaining locals to listen to instead of the other blather.

Went sun, moon to far out in that order.

El Sol and La Luna.  That was a week or more ago.  Plenty of smiles and on a lot of the new to me songs, I didn't do to bad on the sounds like them guesses.  The roots music was especially neat to hear mixed in with the contemporary music.  Louis always a joy.  Sundown is one of those songs that always, always works.  And the wrap up on La Luna was just one big grin.

Far out !  Just finished.  Yeppers.  Strong start, different from the first two.  I'm getting used to hearing hip hop more and more and liking it more.  You're my only source  The first half was so hitting the spot that I twisted one for the first time in several days just in time for the second half.  The first half was lots of nods and Mr Spaceman was such a big song in my childhood, I decided that it was only going to get better from here on in.  From Starship Trooper on, that is one killer set.  Deep, deep Miller.  AFOS.  Weird Owl was new and slid right in, then Wilco for the perfect outro.  It makes me so glad that I did not peek and know what was coming.  That is so much of the fun and joy of all of this.

{#Good-vibes}  far flipping out !

 

I am so glad you enjoyed!{#Cheers}I actually have between 15-20 mixes already complete for distribution so the work is already done.  You might say I was pre setup to make mixes because ever since I discovered that you could actually digitally download songs as opposed to albums it was on for me since I have always listened and enjoyed my music by the song, not the artist or album.  I have acquired my library over the years at first songs that I liked and then later on by subject matter or keywords.  Reason for this is I used to host Sunday parties of cards, good meal, Adult Swim cartoons and listening to music.  I would create mixes for each suare and acquire the songs through that method so it is easy for me to type in a keyword or an idea for a mix and get a plethora of songs from all genres and time periods to create new mixes.  In other words, I am in this game for a long time without having to lift a finger so whenever you need someone to jump in for a mix I am on the ready!{#Mrgreen}
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Posted: Jul 22, 2014 - 1:02pm

So glad I waited to finish listening before looking at the lists.  Had the first two listened to a week ago.  But not much time until now to sit and listen to anything.  Definitely worthy of being a box set.  So much new stuff and lots of great old stuff put together with the knowledge of the songs and to make it flow.  I would call this a nice testimonial to college radio, cuz where else are you gonna hear most of this stuff anymore ?  It reminded me so much of how eclectic and personal college radio really is.  You've sampled some of Cleveland's best over the years as well as so many others seeing your playlists on the if not rp what are you listening to thread.  Its been 15 years since I gave it a serious listen.  This has inspired me to set some buttons for the few remaining locals to listen to instead of the other blather.

Went sun, moon to far out in that order.

El Sol and La Luna.  That was a week or more ago.  Plenty of smiles and on a lot of the new to me songs, I didn't do to bad on the sounds like them guesses.  The roots music was especially neat to hear mixed in with the contemporary music.  Louis always a joy.  Sundown is one of those songs that always, always works.  And the wrap up on La Luna was just one big grin.

Far out !  Just finished.  Yeppers.  Strong start, different from the first two.  I'm getting used to hearing hip hop more and more and liking it more.  You're my only source  The first half was so hitting the spot that I twisted one for the first time in several days just in time for the second half.  The first half was lots of nods and Mr Spaceman was such a big song in my childhood, I decided that it was only going to get better from here on in.  From Starship Trooper on, that is one killer set.  Deep, deep Miller.  AFOS.  Weird Owl was new and slid right in, then Wilco for the perfect outro.  It makes me so glad that I did not peek and know what was coming.  That is so much of the fun and joy of all of this.

{#Good-vibes}  far flipping out !
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Posted: Jul 20, 2014 - 4:27pm

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'Tweren't me, but I dig 'em too. One of many nice discoveries for me in this set.

 
Ah Yes, I went back a few and find it was SirD on the Water mix. I misplaced the set list for that mix. I've got them on my radar next time I'm in a record store or doing some on line tune shopping. 
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Posted: Jul 19, 2014 - 8:23am

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Far Out
Rocking out of this universe right from the first track. I'm digging this Fruit Bats band, I think Lazy used them on a mix not long ago. I must dig deeper on those guys.

'Tweren't me, but I dig 'em too. One of many nice discoveries for me in this set.
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Posted: Jul 19, 2014 - 4:10am

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First off I want to thank you for taking the time and added expense to provide us with 3 great mixes. Hats off to you for a job well done. {#Cheers} Now on to the reviews

El Sol 
Any mix that starts off with Matthew Sweet hooks me right in. I really like the mix of genre's, you really are a master at that. The Aqualung song was new to me and I really really liked it. I had no idea the following track was a Cockburn tune till I checked out the play list. Pleasant surprise there. Lot's of good stuff on this mix!

La Luna
Very few tracks on this mix were familiar to me. When you consider how many "classic hit" type Moon songs are out there you did well to pass them up and provide some real good nuggets. Highlights for me were the Nick Cave, Jenny Lewis and B'52's. And that cover of "The Killing Moon" was outstanding.

Far Out
Rocking out of this universe right from the first track. I'm digging this Fruit Bats band, I think Lazy used them on a mix not long ago. I must dig deeper on those guys. I came close to blowing out the car speakers on Starship Trooper, great song that you don't hear often unless you throw the LP on the turntable. The Steve Miller song stuck in my head for a good day, not a bad thing.

All in all a great idea for a mix and on the heels of your Water discs it's almost like a sequel. You're probably working on your Wind mix already  {#Cheesygrin}

 
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Posted: Jul 18, 2014 - 6:10pm

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Great, I know 2 have received.  I am just going to go ahead and post the songlists since I did not supply any for you guys printed out.

Theme of course was Celestial: 

                            LA LUNA                                                                                       

1.  Full Moon Song...................Peter Bradley Adams

2.  Paper Moon.......................Ella Fitzgerald

3.  Moon Deluxe......................Andrew Cedermark

4.  Jesus of the Moon................Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

5.  Shine on Harvest Moon............Ethel Waters

6.  Heavy Moon.......................Elephant Stone

7.  Tie Up the Moon..................Danielle Howle

8.  Barking at the Moon..............Jenny Lewis

9.  Fly Me to the Moon...............Frank Sinatra

10. Honey and the Moon...............Joseph Arthur

11. Moonfleet Beach..................Nickel Creek

12. The Killing Moon.................Pavement

13. Moon River.......................Louis Armstrong

14. Moonlight Sonata.................Beethoven

15. Moonlight Drive..................The Doors

16. There's A Moon in the Sky........B-52's

17. Blue Moon........................Billie Holiday

18. Old Devil Moon...................Jamie Callum

19. Moon Girl........................Stellastarr*
                                
                                EL SOL

1.  Looking at the Sun......................Matthew Sweet

2.  Blues Before Sunrise....................Elmore James

3.  How to See the Sun Rise.................Ben Solee

4.  Hello Sunshine..........................Super Furry Animals

5.  Brighter Than Sunshine..................Aqualung

6.  Sunrise on the Mississippi..............Bruce Cockburn

7.  Sundowner...............................Eddie Spaghetti

8.  In the Sun..............................Common, Black Thought & Shaq

9.  House of he Rising Sun..................Woody Guthrie

10. Sundown.................................Gordon Lightfoot

11. Nearly Sunrise..........................The Fireballs

12. The Sunshine............................Jason Bowers

13. If the Sun Doesn't Shine................The Smithereens

14. Sunset City.............................The Magnetic Fields

15. East of the Sun & West of the Moon......Frank Sinatra

16. Reach for the Sun.......................Polyphonic Spree

17. The New Rising Sun......................Jimi Hendrix

18. That Lucky Old Sun......................Louis Armstrong

 

                               FAR OUT

1.  Galaxy 500...................................Reverend Horton Heat

2.  Across the Universe..........................Rufus Wainwright

3.  Cosmos and Demos.............................Devendra Banhart

4.  Bannana Slugs/Cosmonauts.....................High Places

5.  Time and Space...............................Digable Planets

6.  Spacemoth....................................Stereolab

7.  Mr. Spaceman.................................The Byrds

8.  The Old Black Hole...........................Fruit Bats

9.  Iron Galaxy..................................Cannibal Ox, RJD2 & Vast Aire

10. Don't Blame the Stars........................The Black Swans

11. Starship Trooper.............................Yes

12. My Own Space.................................Steve Miller Band

13. Space Age Love Song..........................A Flock of Seagulls

14. Mountains on Top of Buried Stars.............Weird Owl

15. California Stars.............................Wilco    



       
 
First off I want to thank you for taking the time and added expense to provide us with 3 great mixes. Hats off to you for a job well done. {#Cheers} Now on to the reviews

El Sol 
Any mix that starts off with Matthew Sweet hooks me right in. I really like the mix of genre's, you really are a master at that. The Aqualung song was new to me and I really really liked it. I had no idea the following track was a Cockburn tune till I checked out the play list. Pleasant surprise there. Lot's of good stuff on this mix!

La Luna
Very few tracks on this mix were familiar to me. When you consider how many "classic hit" type Moon songs are out there you did well to pass them up and provide some real good nuggets. Highlights for me were the Nick Cave, Jenny Lewis and B'52's. And that cover of "The Killing Moon" was outstanding.

Far Out
Rocking out of this universe right from the first track. I'm digging this Fruit Bats band, I think Lazy used them on a mix not long ago. I must dig deeper on those guys. I came close to blowing out the car speakers on Starship Trooper, great song that you don't hear often unless you throw the LP on the turntable. The Steve Miller song stuck in my head for a good day, not a bad thing.

All in all a great idea for a mix and on the heels of your Water discs it's almost like a sequel. You're probably working on your Wind mix already  {#Cheesygrin}
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