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 Post subject: You Can't Mash That Volume XXV
PostPosted: Sun Dec 04, 2011 7:53 pm 
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Just in time for Christmas, so you can put it under your tree wrapped up to open as a gift to yourself, here is the latest You Can't Mash That, Volume 25:

The Beatles - You Can't Mash That 25

01. AtoZ - Caveman Jam (The Beatles At The Invention Of Music)
02. Fissunix - End Of The Walrus
03. Mister Mustard - Happiness Is A Warm Gun
04. BDJ - Please Please Me And My Monkey
05. TJT - Monkee Skelter
06. MP3J - I Don't Want To Be Helter Skelter
07. DJ Useo - Long Long Chulainn
08. Mister Mustard - Cry Baby Cry
09. TJT - Psychokiller Is Back
10. MP3J - Don't Let Me Down
11. Voicedude - A Whiter Shade Of Peace
12. BDJ - Come And Get It
13. MP3J - Come Together
14. Mighty Mike - Garden In The Sky
15. MP3J - I Want You
16. Mister Mustard - Sun King

Artwork by AtoZ:



 Post subject: Re: You Can't Mash That Volume 25
PostPosted: Mon Dec 05, 2011 11:48 am 
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I'm quite pleased with this artwork, yes . . .
For 3 Volumes now I was becoming "the collage guy" . . . "Mr. Cut n' Paste" . . .
So to turn that already beautiful 'ski torches down the mountain' moment from "Help !" into something of a painting was gratifying to say the least.
. . . Just wish I'd known that the track selection I was highlighting was all "White Album" thru "Abbey Road" later period !!
It still works . . juxtaposition I suppose . . . but a more "era appropriate" theme might'a been best . . .
. . . I dunno'

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