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Any Major Favourites 2019 – Vol. 2

January 16th, 2020 Leave a comment Go to comments

This is the second compilation of tracks that appeared on mixes posted in 2019 (and, in one case, in the last days of 2918), with links to the particular posts — just in case you missed something good, following the first collection posted last week.

I have been wondering if I should switch this operation to the posting of Spotify playlists, to keep up with the times. Do you, the reader, have any opinions either way on such a move?

As always, this mix is timed to fit on as standard CD-R, but this time without covers. PW in comments.

  1. The Who – Saturday Night’s Alright (For Fighting) (1991)
    Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Recovered
  2. Steely Dan – Daddy Don’t Live In That New York City No More (1975)
    NYC: Any Major Mix Vol. 3
  3. Giorgio Moroder – Arizona Man (1970)
    The Originals: Schlager edition
  4. Jimmy ‘Bo’ Horne – Dance Across The Floor (1978)
    Any Major Disco Vol. 7 – Party Like It’s 1978
  5. New Order – Shell Shock (1986)
    Life In Vinyl 1986 Vol. 1
  6. Chris Rea – On The Beach (Summer ‘88) (1988)
    Any Major Beach Vol. 3
  7. Lucinda Williams – Are You Alright? (2007)
    Any Major Music from ‘The Sopranos’ Vol. 2
  8. Mindy Smith – Fighting For It All (2004)
    Any Major ABC: 2000s
  9. Rusty Wier – High Road, Low Road (1976)
    Any Major ABC of Country
  10. George Harrison – You (1975)
    Beatles Reunited 77 (1977)
  11. Bob Marley & The Wailers – Turn Your Lights Down Low (1977)
    Any Major Babymaking Music Vol. 1
  12. Sly and the Family Stone – Stand! (1969)
    Any Major Woodstock
  13. Tammi Terrell – All I Do Is Think About You (1965)
    Any Major Originals – Motown
  14. The Young Rascals – A Girl Like You (1967)
    Any Major Blue-Eyed Soul
  15. Laura Nyro – Wedding Bell Blues (1967)
    The Originals – 1960s Vol. 1
  16. Arthur Alexander – Anna (Go To Him) (1962)
    The Originals: Beatles
  17. Louis Jordan – Is You Is Or Is You Ain’t My Baby (1944)
    Any Major Hits From 1944
  18. Sarah Vaughan – You Never Give Me Your Money (1981)
    Beatles Recovered: Abbey Road
  19. Edith Piaf – Notre-Dame de Paris (1952)
    Any Major Churches

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  1. halfhearteddude
    January 16th, 2020 at 08:27 | #1

    PW = amdwhah

  2. Roberto Barreiro
    January 16th, 2020 at 15:39 | #2

    personally i like to have the compilation to download. but maybe you can have it to download and to do the spotify playlist.

  3. Stephen Mitchell
    January 16th, 2020 at 16:32 | #3

    I may be old fashioned, but I like the ability to download the compilations and save them to a hard drive. But then, you can track the evolution of the music industry through my collection of vinyl, tapes, CDs and now MP3s.

  4. Hugh Candyside
    January 19th, 2020 at 20:48 | #4

    What they said.
    I’m old, and cranky. I greatly appreciate your posts, but I also love having the ability to build my own playlists, depending on my mood.

  5. Kel
    January 23rd, 2020 at 00:50 | #5

    Ditto. Ditto. Ditto. :)

  6. mauijim
    January 24th, 2020 at 00:25 | #6

    Please keep the ability to download your playlists. I prefer having this music on a hard drive compared to streaming.

  7. JWC
    January 25th, 2020 at 02:14 | #7

    I echo everyone else: I still prefer downloading and saving music to my iPods over streaming. I don’t have to worry about music eating my data plan that way, or being limited to music available through whichever streaming service I’m using, and a hundred other reasons. Thanks, BTW, for all the awesome music!

  8. Joe
    January 29th, 2020 at 07:29 | #8

    PLEASE do not switch to Spotify, but perhaps give that option?? I, like those who have made previous comments, prefer the old fashioned way of saving to hard drive. And I was only reading an article this morning that people who do have Spotify play lists may sometimes find a favourite song etc suddenly disappear from their lists for one reason or another.

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