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Thread: You are the DJ - a playlist contest This thread is 14 pages long: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 · NEXT»
Jiriki9
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posted May 28, 2010 04:00 PM bonus applied by Mytical on 06 Aug 2010.

You are the DJ - a playlist contest

Quite an easy thing: each round, you get a genre or general theme (f.e. film music, or "epic" or "fantasy" or "violence", etc.) and you create a playlist of 10 songs of this genre/theme (linked on youube or such, so I can hear them). I judge by quality (of the song, not of the record), fitting into the theme, and diversity of the playlist.

Anyone interested?

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posted May 28, 2010 06:17 PM

That's pretty much what I do every week . The only problem is the avaliability of tunes with interesting theme.
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posted May 28, 2010 09:30 PM



if there's a song that's not on youtube i'll put an excerpt of it on my gmail file sharing feature.

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posted May 28, 2010 10:26 PM

@warmonger: finding fitting songs is part of the competition
Can I count you in?

@friendofgunnar: That's perfect, as long as I can listen to them^^

comment: I'll try to be as objective as I can, but maybe another judge, hopefully with a completely different taste of music, could be helpful.

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posted May 28, 2010 11:27 PM

If there's only 3 participants maybe you could create playlists too and then we could grade each other.

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posted May 28, 2010 11:44 PM

we could^^++biut i don't know if all want. Also I hope that there'll come some more participants maybe.
But if you 3 want, we can also begin this weekend

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posted May 29, 2010 02:54 AM

My entire last.fm profile is my playlist.

That's over 1500 artists and still going up with each new artist I discover. There's a lot for you.
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posted May 29, 2010 03:08 AM

you can take 10 fitting songs from anywhere you want

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posted May 29, 2010 12:46 PM

ok. I think I'll just begin, anyone who wants to jump in, can do so. The first task is:

The songs you choose have to be from the 60s. Otherwise, no restrictions

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posted May 29, 2010 01:02 PM

But... but the time has started in 1st January 1970
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posted May 29, 2010 01:28 PM

I allways knew music is older than time

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posted May 31, 2010 03:11 AM bonus applied by Mytical on 06 Aug 2010.

Here's my 60s mix.  Anything that doesn't have a link can be found here:

1. Johnny Cash - Ring of Fire. 1963

2. Aretha Franklin - This is the house that Jack built. 1969

3. Beatles - I Should have known better. 1964

4. Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass A Taste of Honey.  1966

5. Joan Baez sings Bob Dylan - To Ramona. 1964?

6. Rolling Stones - 19th Nervous Breakdown. 1965

7. Barry McGuire - Eve Of Destruction. 1965

8. Velvet Underground - Sunday morning. 1966

9. The Byrds - Eight Miles High. 1966

10. The Groop and Garry Sherman - Tears and Joys. 1969

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posted May 31, 2010 10:37 AM

btw, deadline is 1 week after the contest started, if I get 3 playlists til then. Else, it is when that happens, but latest 2 weeks after round start. Hope, some more will give my ears some old stuff
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btw you guys can send me wishes for future themes if you want. I can't promise anything but I'll try to fit everyones' taste some time.

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posted May 31, 2010 10:48 AM

Well I have a list..but no links to where you might actually listen to them at .  I'm pretty good at 60's- (Some) 90's.
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posted May 31, 2010 11:04 AM

"The 60s" is pretty general and can mean just about anything.

But maybe I'll try though. Not sure if I want to give a sampling of different genres from the 60s or narrow it to something like Motown, protest songs, folk, psychedelic, or whatever. (I was listening to a bunch of early-mid 60s folk music tonight)

Too late to do it tonight though, and I might forget by tomorrow.

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posted May 31, 2010 12:29 PM

@binabik: the theme is given You can do whatever you want, as long as it's 60s ... yet mind I judge how good the songs fit together as well as diversity. Don't make it too the same (so it could get boring), but a thread could be helpful. It depends

@mytical: Give 'em to me and I'll try to find them. Can't promise I'll be able to judge them(cause I need to hear them for it), but I'll do my best.

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posted May 31, 2010 06:26 PM

@mytical, one option besides finding the song on youtube is to go to the mp3 section at amazon.com.  You can usually hear a big enough chunk of the song to get an idea of what it's about.

Also, if you have a gmail account you can set up a website and post excerpts if the song is already on your hard drive.

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posted June 01, 2010 06:05 AM
Edited by Mytical at 06:20, 01 Jun 2010.

Hope this works Mind you I can't hear the music so I am hoping it is the version I am looking for.  I'll put a little of the lyrics after the links .. just in case.

Respect Aretha Franklin.  R E S P E C T, find out what it means to me.

Cant get no Satisfaction
Rolling Stones.  "I can't get no... satisfaction."

Proud Mary CCR.  "Proud Mary keep on burning, big wheel keep on turning.  Rollin, rollin, rolling down the river."

Baby LoveSupremes Ooh baby love, my baby love I need you, oh how I need you But all you do is treat me bad Break my heart and leave me sad Tell me, what did I do wrong To make you stay away so long

Hit the road jack Ray Charles.  "Hit the road Jack, and don't you come back no more no more."

Bad Moon Rising CCR (if you want some GOOD music from that era..listen to some Creedence Clearwater Revival). I see the bad moon arisin', I see trouble on the way, I see earthquakes and lightnin, I see bad times today

Louie Louie Kingsmen "Louie Louie, oh Louie, singing we gotta go now."

Heard it through the grapevine Marvin Gaye "Oh I heard it through the grapevine, and I am about to lose my mind..hunny hunny yeah"

Good VibrationsBeach Boys "I'm picking up good vibrations, she's giving me excitations"

Youve lost that loving feelingRighteous Brothers "You've lost that lovin feeling, oooh ooh that lovin feeling, now it's gone gone gone."

Just to name a few.
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posted June 01, 2010 09:53 AM
Edited by Binabik at 07:35, 26 Aug 2010.

This is somewhat of a chronology of the 60s about both the music and the changes that took place in the 60s. Starting with an innocent song about the loss of innocence, and later a transition involving a combination of civil unrest, technology and experimentation with the music and electronics, but also the overlapping of the radical with the more traditional, the mellow with the hard.



A song about the loss of innocence, a whole generation grew up with this fairy tale song but didn't understand it at the time
Puff The Magic Dragon by Peter Paul and Mary 1963


Some Motown
I Cant Help Myself by The Four Tops 1965


A classic Beatles song
Help by The Beatles 1965


A big jump to psychedelic. See what happens to music when you mix acid and electronic gadgets
I Had Too Much to Dream Last Night by The Electric Prunes 1966


This is more pop psychedelic if there is such a thing (along with that horrible lip syncing from the 60s )
Pictures of Matchstick Men by Status Quo 1968


Dig the go go dancers
Journey to the Center of the Mind by the Amboy Dukes 1968


Back to mellow. Oh, the youthful idealism from the 60s, everything will be good if you just wish it so
Alantis by Donovan 1968


Light one up and sing along
Dont Bogart Me by Fraternity of Man 1969 (the credits in the video are wrong about this being by Country Joe and the Fish)


Pseudo-pop didn't go away (hey look, it's even in color!!)
Baby Its You by Smith 1969


And last but not least, some Joplin blues
Kozmic Blues by Janis Joplin 1969


edit: 8/26 to fix broken links

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posted June 01, 2010 11:05 AM

Very nice tehre are allready three entrys

a second judge would still be appreciated, for terms of objectivity.

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