Does it sound familiar? mixable songs

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Does it sound familiar? mixable songs

Spotywakeup
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Hello to all,
there are songs, even and not always resembling each other, that play in my head like they can be mixed together. Some time ago, I tried the experiment of a one-hour playlist consisting of only two alternating songs. If you are curious you can listen to it below, preferably with a fade of 6 seconds between the tracks.
But this is not the question.
Are there any songs that for some unconscious reason seem similar to each other in your mind??

https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0DrpxzJ8GEBZf1MSfboHFH?si=zQm8qI35RK-vOJiZH8_O_Q

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Re: Does it sound familiar? mixable songs

Spotywakeup
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Spotywakeup
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DjJRamz
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I found that Neil Diamonds "Sweet Caroline"s ending is the perfect way to start "Jump Around" by House of Pain purely by accident djing a wedding. 

 

<iframe src="https://open.spotify.com/embed/track/62AuGbAkt8Ox2IrFFb8GKV" width="300" height="380" frameborder="0" allowtransparency="true" allow="encrypted-media"></iframe>

 

<iframe src="https://open.spotify.com/embed/track/3TZwjdclvWt7iPJUnMpgcs" width="300" height="380" frameborder="0" allowtransparency="true" allow="encrypted-media"></iframe>

Re: Does it sound familiar? mixable songs

Spotywakeup
Composer

I would like to have time to learn how to do mesh-up.

I tried setting a ten second crossfade between your two songs and.. it seems to work!

👍

Re: Does it sound familiar? mixable songs

DjJRamz
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not a bad idea, even if you just incorporated the intro into sweet caroline during the song and then when sweet caroline finishes, hit em with the jump around.

Re: Does it sound familiar? mixable songs

DjJRamz
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The intro is actually sampled from this song here:

 

Bob and Earl "Harlem Shake"

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Spotywakeup
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