By the Numbers

This was a revision of an old mix tape. CD-Rs don’t hold as much as C-90s, so four tracks were cut at the extremes; if you’re curious, they were “Saved by Zero” (the Fixx), “99 Luftballons” (Nena), “Three Thirty Three” (the Drifters) and “442 Glenwood Avenue” (the Pixies Three). I did my own graphics for this one; there’s a discussion of it here.

Cover art, Wendex 111077-2Track listing for 111077-2:

  1. Three Dog Night: One
  2. The Grass Roots: Two Divided By Love
  3. Dawn: Knock Three Times
  4. Fats Domino: Let the Four Winds Blow
  5. The Vogues: Five O’Clock World
  6. The Association: Six Man Band
  7. Paul Evans and the Curls: Seven Little Girls Sitting in the Back Seat
  8. The Beatles: Eight Days a Week
  9. The Searchers: Love Potion No. 9
  10. Harvey and the Moonglows: Ten Commandments of Love
  11. The Mamas and the Papas: Twelve Thirty (Young Girls Are Coming to the Canyon)
  12. Sam Cooke: Only Sixteen
  13. Janis Ian: At Seventeen
  14. Pete Wingfield: Eighteen with a Bullet
  15. The Rolling Stones: 19th Nervous Breakdown
  16. Eddie Cochran: Twenty Flight Rock
  17. Gene Pitney: Twenty-Four Hours from Tulsa
  18. Chicago: 25 or 6 to 4
  19. The Four Preps: 26 Miles (Santa Catalina)
  20. Ronnie Hawkins: Forty Days
  21. The Dominoes: Sixty-Minute Man
  22. The Beatles: When I’m Sixty-Four
  23. Chicago: Questions 67 and 68
  24. Jackie Brenston and his Rhythm Kings: Rocket “88”
  25. ? and the Mysterians: 96 Tears
  26. Keith: 98.6
  27. Gene McDaniels: A Hundred Pounds of Clay

One Response to “By the Numbers”

  1. dustbury.com Says:

    By the numbers

    Michele’s been looking for songs with numbers in their titles. Two years ago I put together a CD-R, a foreshortened version (with some songs shuffled) of an earlier mix tape….

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