I Still Do...kinda.

I just made one for work this past weekend - Elvis on one side (his golden hits, vol 1) and Lefty Frizzel on the b-side. The b-side had some room left, so I put on some trucker songs and a couple Lee Hazelwood tunes. A while ago I compiled a tape of Julie London on the A-side and then Diana Dors on the B-side. With some time left over on the B I added some Rosemary Clooney songs.

It's been a few years since I made an actual, proper mixed tape of different artists. But I do miss the art of picking out a bunch of songs from different albums and making a great mixed tape. Making a mixed CD is close to the feeling, but not the same. You don't have the constraint of a fix amount of time per side. Just a continuous amount of time, although that does have it's advantages.

SonicReducer75 SonicReducer75
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Mar 10, 2010