hen Sony introduced the cassette Walkman in the early 80s, I was on it from the start. In the predigital era, mix tapes were the only way to customize your portable listening experience, and I made dozens and dozens of them

complete with elaborate cover inserts. I compiled the master on a chrome or metal cassette which I never played afterward except to dub copies from it. After the advent of compact discs, I eventually stopped giving them away because no one owned a tape deck anymore, and I began converting them to CD. Below are many of the mix CDs I've made, and most of them started out life as a cassette tape. Click for track listings.



Stoned: Bootlegs and B Sides




Merry Funkin Xmas




Power To The People




Monkey Time




Reefer




Unsweetened Lemonade




AnotherDamnJamesBrownMix




Prince B 2 Nasty




Drunk




Happy




Sister Rays




Guilty Pleasures




James Carroll Booker III


Elvis vs Black People




Pussy




No Parking On The Dance Floor




The Brown Sugar Show




Purple 12 Inches




Jelly Roll




Ice Cream




Covers




Vacation




Curtis




Steppenwolf




Komedy Klassics




Anne Sexton and Her Kind

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