048 Song chain (part 1)

So here is a simple idea. I pick a song, and then you pick a song that is related to that song in some way. Then someone else picks a song based on that song and so on. Repeat until fully satisfied!

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Playlist:

(00:00) The Turtles – Happy Together

Tim from The Face of Today

(03:26) The Beastie Boys – Sure Shot

Matt from Earfarm

(07:10) Sister Machine Gun – Smash your radio

GD from Bitesize Bonus

(10:37) The Damned – Smash it up (part 2)

Sid from Too Much Rock

(13:46) The Upsetters – Party time (part 2)

The Duke of Straw from The Late Greats

(18:40) Puff Daddy & The Family – Victory

Taylor from T-sides

(23:54) Cut Chemist – Spinning Wheel

Murf from False45th

(29:22) Schrodinger’s Cat – Spin

Cindy from Adzuki Bean Stash

(33:03) Denovo – Digging in the dirt

Chip from Donewaiting

(39:48) Madness – Baggy Trousers

Crash from Pretending life is like a song

(42:46) Pop Will Eat Itself – There’s a psychopath in my soup

FiL from Pogoagogo

(44:26) The Fall – There’s a ghost in my house

Simon from You Can Call Me Betty

(47:28) The Smithereens – House we used to live in

Tom from Other People’s Toys

(52:14) Jimi Hendrix – House of the rising sun

Waffles from Waffles Radio

… to be continued …

Thanks to all of you who are part of the chain so far. I’ll be in touch with those of you who have asked to take part when it’s your turn.

Next week’s theme will continue on from Who, What, When and Where by asking Why? If you would like to take part by contributing a song with why in it’s title then go over here.

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loved it. i think i liked this week so much because of the thread holding each consecutive selection together – no matter how vague the connections. anyway, nice one/well done to all involved.

I always like to see song chains. Great job with everything!

I agree with Matt! This turned out really great.

You start it off with one of my favorite songs ever!!! This is going to be cool…I just know it.

Awsome stuff !!

Hey Phil,
I was listening to this at work and everyone on my desk gave me odd looks when you done all that Screaming, hee hee !!

Did that picture of chain links remind anyone else of sausage links? It was right around dinner time when I was listening to the PC… Another excellent collection – oscillating wildly from one extreme to another – you guys put the Contrast in the Podcast.

“Chain, chain, chaaain, chain of so-ong…”

I thoroughly enjoyed and admired the links that held this podcast together, even though (but more likely because) the logic that forged them was frequently very convoluted!!

Cindy, my dear, you did sound like you were suffering something fierce. As I am a fellow allergy sufferer, you have my empathy. Talk about being dead and alive at the same time!!

Dear Wankel, I fear the picture’s link to sausages (geddit??!!?!!) was lost on me.

Oh, and Dear Ross, I’m humbly gratified that I was able to shake up your workplace a wee bit!

[…] It’s been a long time since I have contributed to the Contrast Podcast.  For those who don’t know, it’s something of a meta-podcast of music bloggers.  If you take a look at the blogroll on the sidebar of the website, you can see just how extensive the list of contributers has become.  The theme of podcast #63 happens to be a song chain.  Three different podcasts were made, starting here, proceeding to here, and ending in our current episode. […]



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