This disc has no title. I created the packaging for #105, 106, and 107 all in one shot, and I was not inspired with titles.
I will say I spent more time on the back covers than I ever had before, and I am really happy with the result. Perhaps I was feeling particularly OCD that week, but I was intent on creating a custom-made pre-printed "form" to fill out, with little boxes for each bit of information.
- Don't Stop Me Now - Queen, as heard in Shaun Of The Dead.
- Lovely Day - Bill Withers
- Deacon Blues - "Steely Dan is not one guy!"
- I Can't Make You Love Me - Bonnie Raitt
- Walk In The Sun - Bruce Hornsby
- Thin Line Between Love and Hate - The Persuasions (1973)
- Margarita - The Traveling Wilburys
- Wild Mountain Honey - When I was a teenage DJ at WBMT 88.3 FM, We played a LOT of Steve Miller. Our Steve Miller Band Greatest Hits LP got a lot of use. It was nice to include Mr. Miller on one of my mixes for the first time in at least 10 years!
- I Am Trying To Break Your Heart - You might think it impossible to include this Wilco song on a mix, but I think I pulled it off. Sandwiched between a trippy 1970s song and a loopy 1980s song, I think it works.
- America Is Waiting - When I was a college DJ at WERS 88.9 FM, I played this sample-heavy experiment-rock track from David Byrne & Brian Eno on the afternoon world music/jazz fusion/experimental show Gyroscope.
- Screenwriter's Blues - Soul Coughing
- Desire - The "Hollywood Remix" of the U2 song.
- Mass Romantic - New Pornographers
- All The Right Friends - A surprisingly retrograde R.E.M. song from the Vanilla Sky movie soundtrack.
- Panic - The Smiths
- Soap Star Joe - This Liz Phair track brings the mix to a dead halt. I should have cut it out.
- Frere Jacques - The famous nursery rhyme, recorded in the style of "The Space Between" by Dave Matthews Band, credited to "Dave Math Shoes". I found the web site advertising this collection and I loved it.
- A Bit Of Alright - Paul Peña wrote the song "Jet Airliner" which Steve Miller made a smash hit. This song was (at the time) used in Boston.com/jobs TV commercials.