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Re: 10@10 in general
« Reply #30 on: April 05, 2013, 06:28:15 PM »
Here's my 1987 set (which varies slightly from my original concept
http://10at10club.com/forum/index.php?topic=9383.msg162389#msg162389):

 1. Peter Wolf - Come As You Are
 2. Scritti Politti - Best Thing Ever
(Movie: The Princess Bride)
 3. INXS - The Loved One
 4. Siouxie And The Banshees - This Wheel's On Fire
(Commercial: Skin Bracer)
 5. Echo & The Bunnymen - Bedbugs And Ballyhoo
 6. Club Nouveau - Lean On Me
 7. R.E.M. - Welcome To The Occupation
(News: Jackie Gleason dead)
 8. Joan Jett & The Blackhearts - Light Of Day
(TV: Married... With Children)
 9. Squeeze - Some Americans
(Commercial: Alka-Seltzer)
10. Bryan Ferry - The Right Stuff

https://soundcloud.com/capnjack-1/02-10-10-1987

Have fun listening!

ETA: Taking this one down to reupload the 1965 set.  If you want to hear it, let me know, and I'll reupload it.
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Re: 10@10 in general
« Reply #31 on: April 08, 2013, 02:44:20 PM »
Here's my 1987 set (which varies slightly from my original concept
http://10at10club.com/forum/index.php?topic=9383.msg162389#msg162389):

 1. Peter Wolf - Come As You Are
 2. Scritti Politti - Best Thing Ever
(Movie: The Princess Bride)
 3. INXS - The Loved One
 4. Siouxie And The Banshees - This Wheel's On Fire
(Commercial: Skin Bracer)
 5. Echo & The Bunnymen - Bedbugs And Ballyhoo
 6. Club Nouveau - Lean On Me
 7. R.E.M. - Welcome To The Occupation
(News: Jackie Gleason dead)
 8. Joan Jett & The Blackhearts - Light Of Day
(TV: Married... With Children)
 9. Squeeze - Some Americans
10. Bryan Ferry - The Right Stuff

https://soundcloud.com/capnjack-1/02-10-10-1987

Have fun listening!

Nice! A larger percentage of tunes I remember from that era, and the ones I didn't all sounded good. Particular props for the REM, Joan Jett, and Bryan Ferry tunes--oh, and Peter Wolf, too. The only negative comment is that the Club Nouveau tune sounds really dated by now. Another excellent job researching pulling soundbites, too. 

So when can we get you to repost that '65 set you did a week or two back? I missed it on the first go-round. Ditto for the '96, iirc.
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Re: 10@10 in general
« Reply #32 on: April 08, 2013, 04:02:23 PM »
Here's my 1987 set (which varies slightly from my original concept
http://10at10club.com/forum/index.php?topic=9383.msg162389#msg162389):

 1. Peter Wolf - Come As You Are
 2. Scritti Politti - Best Thing Ever
(Movie: The Princess Bride)
 3. INXS - The Loved One
 4. Siouxie And The Banshees - This Wheel's On Fire
(Commercial: Skin Bracer)
 5. Echo & The Bunnymen - Bedbugs And Ballyhoo
 6. Club Nouveau - Lean On Me
 7. R.E.M. - Welcome To The Occupation
(News: Jackie Gleason dead)
 8. Joan Jett & The Blackhearts - Light Of Day
(TV: Married... With Children)
 9. Squeeze - Some Americans
10. Bryan Ferry - The Right Stuff

https://soundcloud.com/capnjack-1/02-10-10-1987

Have fun listening!

Nice! A larger percentage of tunes I remember from that era, and the ones I didn't all sounded good. Particular props for the REM, Joan Jett, and Bryan Ferry tunes--oh, and Peter Wolf, too. The only negative comment is that the Club Nouveau tune sounds really dated by now. Another excellent job researching pulling soundbites, too. 

So when can we get you to repost that '65 set you did a week or two back? I missed it on the first go-round. Ditto for the '96, iirc.

I'll repost one of them (your choice of which one first) either Tuesday or Wednesday, and the other I will repost the other Friday.  I wanted to upload the 1987 and 1999 sets that I were fresh of the editing block first.  ;)

Upcoming new sets: 1980, 1977, and 1969.
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Re: 10@10 in general
« Reply #33 on: April 09, 2013, 10:11:13 AM »
I'll repost one of them (your choice of which one first) either Tuesday or Wednesday, and the other I will repost the other Friday.  I wanted to upload the 1987 and 1999 sets that I were fresh of the editing block first.  ;)

Upcoming new sets: 1980, 1977, and 1969.

How 'bout the '65 first? Thanks!
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Re: 10@10 in general
« Reply #34 on: April 09, 2013, 11:11:58 AM »
Here's my 1987 set (which varies slightly from my original concept
http://10at10club.com/forum/index.php?topic=9383.msg162389#msg162389):

 1. Peter Wolf - Come As You Are
 2. Scritti Politti - Best Thing Ever
(Movie: The Princess Bride)
 3. INXS - The Loved One
 4. Siouxie And The Banshees - This Wheel's On Fire
(Commercial: Skin Bracer)
 5. Echo & The Bunnymen - Bedbugs And Ballyhoo
 6. Club Nouveau - Lean On Me
 7. R.E.M. - Welcome To The Occupation
(News: Jackie Gleason dead)
 8. Joan Jett & The Blackhearts - Light Of Day
(TV: Married... With Children)
 9. Squeeze - Some Americans
10. Bryan Ferry - The Right Stuff

https://soundcloud.com/capnjack-1/02-10-10-1987

Have fun listening!

nice job... I'm all over the Scritti Politti, Echo and Bryan Ferry.  the INXS song, I liked, too.   
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Re: 10@10 in general
« Reply #35 on: April 09, 2013, 03:35:21 PM »
Here's my 1987 set (which varies slightly from my original concept
http://10at10club.com/forum/index.php?topic=9383.msg162389#msg162389):

 1. Peter Wolf - Come As You Are
 2. Scritti Politti - Best Thing Ever
(Movie: The Princess Bride)
 3. INXS - The Loved One
 4. Siouxie And The Banshees - This Wheel's On Fire
(Commercial: Skin Bracer)
 5. Echo & The Bunnymen - Bedbugs And Ballyhoo
 6. Club Nouveau - Lean On Me
 7. R.E.M. - Welcome To The Occupation
(News: Jackie Gleason dead)
 8. Joan Jett & The Blackhearts - Light Of Day
(TV: Married... With Children)
 9. Squeeze - Some Americans
10. Bryan Ferry - The Right Stuff

https://soundcloud.com/capnjack-1/02-10-10-1987

Have fun listening!

nice job... I'm all over the Scritti Politti, Echo and Bryan Ferry.  the INXS song, I liked, too.

It wasn't one of the singles from Kick, so it has a freshness to it.  Glad you liked it!
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Re: 10@10 in general
« Reply #36 on: April 09, 2013, 08:14:35 PM »
Okay, I've taken down the 1987 set and reuploaded the 1965 set:

 1. The Rolling Stones - Down Home Girl
(Radio: Stan Freberg/Sarah Vaughan/Quincy Jones "Who Listens To Radio?")
 2. The Animals - Worried Life Blues
 3. The Kinks - Milk Cow Blues
(TV: Bob Dylan on the Les Crane show)
 4. Bob Dylan - Tombstone Blues
 5. The Sonics - Night Time Is The Right Time
(Commercial: Cousin Bruce Morrow and Petula Clark "Things Go Better With Coke")
 6. Petula Clark - I Know A Place
 7. Tom Jones - It Takes A Worried Man
(News: Martin Luther King Jr. speaks at Selma)
 8. Otis Redding - Change Gonna Come
 9. The Moody Blues - Can't Nobody Love You
(Commercial: the movie Help!)
10. The Beatles - Yes It Is

https://soundcloud.com/capnjack-1/01-10-10-1965

In response to Renee's "short songs" comment, I specifically looked for songs from that year that
lasted at least four minutes - hence the four "blues" numbers that open the set.  I admittedly went
overboard by track #9, but what the hell. ;)

As always, feel free to comment.

ETA: Taken '65 down in favor of '69.
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Re: clips on 10@10
« Reply #37 on: April 09, 2013, 10:37:58 PM »
As one example, consider my notes for the
Friday Night Champagne Remix of "Time Has Come Today" from 11-Jun-04:

4. Chambers Brothers - Time Has Come Today
(Friday Night Champagne Remix:  over-dubbed with:  LBJ will not seek the
nomination; Robert F. Kennedy campaign speech; Senator Kennedy shot and
killed; Edward Kennedy RFK eulogy; Democratic National Convention and the
Chicago demonstrations; Humphrey convention speech; Spiro Agnew nominating
Richard Nixon; Nixon chooses Maryland Governor Agnew as running mate;
Humphrey campaign speech; Nixon wins presidential election)

Whew!
Easily one of the greatest single things ever heard in 10@10 history.  To which I would add the various "mega-mixes" he did, usually for either "Hits From Hell" or "Turkeys" sets (Cher, Barry Manilow, Ray Stevens)  or just because (the amazing Jesus Christ Superstar and Hair medleys and the "Desiderata"/"Deteriorata" mash-up).


I can cite three or four more examples of where Dave created news
montages and overdubbed them in the middle or at the end of songs, which
suggests he did this with some regularity.  And many of his inter-song
clips were montages.  Just recently I was listening to one of his
mystery sets, and as he did so often, there was a collection of incorrect
guesses in the middle.  And then it struck me -- he fielded the phone
calls from listeners, recorded them, edited them into a montage, and
played it less than halfway through the set, all while he was spinning
the songs.  It gave me new appreciation for his skill.  Can you imagine
the current host being able to do that?

I would guess that one reason we aren't getting any mystery sets these
days is that it would require playing a lot more obscure tracks, and as
we've seen, 10@10 has become in large part "all the hits, all the time."
"Your favorite songs, played beautifully"

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Re: 10@10 in general
« Reply #38 on: April 11, 2013, 12:24:49 AM »
Here's (one of) my 1973 sets:

 1. The Allman Brothers Band - Southbound
(Alice Cooper anti-drug PSA)
 2. Roberta Flack - Killing Me Softly With His Song
(News: Billie Jean King beats Bobby Riggs)
 3. Elton John - Your Sister Can't Twist (But She Can Rock 'N' Roll)
(Commercial: Mac Davis - Everybody's Hooked On Radio)
 4. Tom Jones - Letter To Lucille
 5. Elvis Presley - Raised On Rock
(Bob Weir anti-drug PSA)
 6. Tony Joe White - Homemade Ice Cream
(Movie: The Long Goodbye)
 7. Chicago - Jenny
(Commercial: Glen Campbell - Music, News & Kindness)
 8. Chuck Berry - Bio
 9. Roy Ayers Ubiquity - Brother Louie
(Richard Perry anti-drug PSA)
10. Nilsson - As Time Goes By

https://soundcloud.com/capnjack-1/03-10-10-1973

I had this set prepped and ready to go, but I realized I had made a mistake with the anti-drug PSAs -- I had originally used ones from the 1975 Get Off II instead of the 1973 Get Off, so I had to go back and do some editing.

As always, hope you enjoy listening, and feel free to comment!

ETA: Taking this down to reupload 1996.  If you want to hear it again, let me know, and I'll reupload.
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Re: 10@10 in general
« Reply #39 on: April 11, 2013, 02:25:24 PM »
Here's (one of) my 1973 sets:

 1. The Allman Brothers Band - Southbound
(Alice Cooper anti-drug PSA)
 2. Roberta Flack - Killing Me Softly With His Song
(News: Billie Jean King beats Bobby Riggs)
 3. Elton John - Your Sister Can't Twist (But She Can Rock 'N' Roll)
(Commercial: Mac Davis - Everybody's Hooked On Radio)
 4. Tom Jones - Letter To Lucille
 5. Elvis Presley - Raised On Rock
(Bob Weir anti-drug PSA)
 6. Tony Joe White - Homemade Ice Cream
(Movie: The Long Goodbye)
 7. Chicago - Jenny
(Commercial: Glen Campbell - Music, News & Kindness)
 8. Chuck Berry - Bio
 9. Roy Ayers Ubiquity - Brother Louie
(Richard Perry anti-drug PSA)
10. Nilsson - As Time Goes By

https://soundcloud.com/capnjack-1/03-10-10-1973

I had this set prepped and ready to go, but I realized I had made a mistake with the anti-drug PSAs -- I had originally used ones from the 1975 Get Off II instead of the 1973 Get Off, so I had to go back and do some editing.

As always, hope you enjoy listening, and feel free to comment!

Pretty cool. 

BOS, Brother Louie, a version I've never heard.  I can use more vibraphone in my life.

Could have done without the Nilsson, in this case.  I was watching a doc on him the other day that mentioned his foray into the standards.  I guess this is one of them.  Not bad, per se, but it didn't do much for me either.
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Re: 10@10 in general
« Reply #40 on: April 12, 2013, 10:10:07 AM »
(Moving this over from yesterday's 1975 thread)

Think there will be a '60s set tomorrow? Today matches the longest gap between '60s sets in the DC/RR era - 17 (week)days.
Given that we've hit the '70s twice already this week, my money is against it.

I agree.  I think '71 was our "sixties" set.  Although I'm willing to be pleasantly surprised, I would
wager that it will either be early '90s, or... ack!  No, I can't even say it!

I am thrilled to get 1964 on top of the '71 and '75 sets we have heard already this week. But the pessimist in me has to assume this is a bone being tossed to the older demographic to keep us engaged.  If I'm right, the next few weeks will be  predominantly 1983 and newer, and we won't hit the 60s again 'til sometime in late May.
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Re: 10@10 in general
« Reply #41 on: April 12, 2013, 10:54:10 AM »
(Moving this over from yesterday's 1975 thread)

Think there will be a '60s set tomorrow? Today matches the longest gap between '60s sets in the DC/RR era - 17 (week)days.
Given that we've hit the '70s twice already this week, my money is against it.

I agree.  I think '71 was our "sixties" set.  Although I'm willing to be pleasantly surprised, I would
wager that it will either be early '90s, or... ack!  No, I can't even say it!

I am thrilled to get 1964 on top of the '71 and '75 sets we have heard already this week. But the pessimist in me has to assume this is a bone being tossed to the older demographic to keep us engaged.  If I'm right, the next few weeks will be  predominantly 1983 and newer, and we won't hit the 60s again 'til sometime in late May.

I doubt it. Here the stats of the number of (week)days between '60s sets in the RR/DC era:

8, 6, 7, 9, 7, 6, 17, 5, 10, 6, 12, 9, 6, and 17.  I'm guessing we'll have another '60s set this month.
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Re: 10@10 in general
« Reply #42 on: April 12, 2013, 11:42:23 AM »
Here's (one of) my 1973 sets:

 1. The Allman Brothers Band - Southbound
(Alice Cooper anti-drug PSA)
 2. Roberta Flack - Killing Me Softly With His Song
(News: Billie Jean King beats Bobby Riggs)
 3. Elton John - Your Sister Can't Twist (But She Can Rock 'N' Roll)
(Commercial: Mac Davis - Everybody's Hooked On Radio)
 4. Tom Jones - Letter To Lucille
 5. Elvis Presley - Raised On Rock
(Bob Weir anti-drug PSA)
 6. Tony Joe White - Homemade Ice Cream
(Movie: The Long Goodbye)
 7. Chicago - Jenny
(Commercial: Glen Campbell - Music, News & Kindness)
 8. Chuck Berry - Bio
 9. Roy Ayers Ubiquity - Brother Louie
(Richard Perry anti-drug PSA)
10. Nilsson - As Time Goes By

https://soundcloud.com/capnjack-1/03-10-10-1973

I had this set prepped and ready to go, but I realized I had made a mistake with the anti-drug PSAs -- I had originally used ones from the 1975 Get Off II instead of the 1973 Get Off, so I had to go back and do some editing.

As always, hope you enjoy listening, and feel free to comment!


pretty rich selection.  A lot is NTM so it was a nice eye-opening ride.  Kudos on the Terry Kath-sung "Jenny," though I thought he was saying Jinny at first.  I'm still hearing it as I type, but that's my BOS so far.

The Long Goodbye, I've seen that movie several times, but finally decided I don't like Elliot Gould in that.   I often mutter to myself about "Coury brand cat food," though. 

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Re: 10@10 in general
« Reply #43 on: April 12, 2013, 05:47:42 PM »
In honor of today's 1964 set, I've uploaded my 1969 set:

 1. Little Milton - Grits Ain't Groceries (All Around The World)
(Movie: True Grit)
 2. Glen Campbell - Galveston
 3. Jefferson Airplane - Wooden Ships
(TV: Mama Cass TV special)
 4. Mama Cass - It's Getting Better
(TV: This Is Tom Jones)
 5. Tom Jones - Love Me Tonight
 6. The Isley Brothers - The Blacker The Berrie (aka Black Berries)
(Commercial: Monkees Kool-Aid)
 7. The Monkees - You And I
 8. Bill Deal & The Rhondels - What Kind Of Fool Do You Think I Am
(Movie: Medium Cool)
 9. The Temptations - Message From A Black Man
10. Mary Hopkin - Goodbye

https://soundcloud.com/capnjack-1/10-10-10-1969

FYI, originally all of the soundbites were variety show clips (Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour, The Monkees appearing on The Johnny Cash Show), but I changed it.  As always, enjoy, and feel free to comment!  Have a great weekend!  :)

BTW, if you're looking for 1996, I'll reupload it on Sunday night/Monday morning.

ETA: Just took 1969 down to upload 1980.  If you missed it and want to hear it, let me know, and I'll reupload.
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Re: 10@10 in general
« Reply #44 on: April 12, 2013, 05:49:28 PM »

pretty rich selection.  A lot is NTM so it was a nice eye-opening ride.  Kudos on the Terry Kath-sung "Jenny," though I thought he was saying Jinny at first.  I'm still hearing it as I type, but that's my BOS so far.


Glad you enjoyed the Terry Kath-sung Chicago tune (it's uncensored, too!)  ;)
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