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MEMORY TAPES: 23RD SEPTEMBER 2010

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Jon Teamlaverne Jon Teamlaverne | 17:13 UK time, Thursday, 23 September 2010

Memory Tapes this week is a story of brotherly love and comes from Steve Campbell. Over to Steve...

 

"My brother and I grew up (in Canada) loving the same music, in and out of each other's music collections all the time. By the time it came time for us to depart for different parts of the world (him to Vancouver, me to London), he and I and our respective partners had become soul mates.

 

"Each time we got together after that was an event, a party requiring a soundtrack to which we each brought compilation tapes. My brother was a deadhead (someone who loves The Grateful Dead ) so at first it was mainly me supplying the non-'Dead music but shortly after he joined in with the tape making. It started in 1987 and we now have over 100 of these tapes although now we have children, there is less time to make new ones.

 

"This one is from 1988 and is the 2nd tape in the series."

 

Lovely story; nice tracks. And here they are...

 

Side 1 - Surprise Surprise!

Marquis Moon - Television

Oh! Sweet Nuthin' - the Velvet Underground

Ramble Tamble - Creedence Clearwater Revival

Night Rythym - Melodic Energy Commission

You Got Me Floatin' - Jimi Hendrix

Love Peace and Happiness - the Chambers Brothers

I'm A Man - Spencer Davis Group

Chest Fever - the Band

The Merry Minuet - the Kingston Trio

 

Side 2 - Caught You!

Dear Mr Fantasy - Traffic

Ball of Confusion - the Temptations

The Beatles The Word

House of the Rising Sun - the Animals

Hazy Shade of Winter - Simon and Garfunkel

Afterglow - the Small Faces

Chelsea Morning - Fairport Convention

Why Don't We Sing This Song All Together - the Rolling Stones

Deja Vu - Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young

Presence of the Lord - Blind Faith

I Need You to Love - the Violaters

It's All Too Beautiful - the Small Faces

 

Inspired? Email TeamLaverne with your Memory Tape.

 

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