Playlist: Duet Chain

As I mentioned in the previous post, I had also thought about putting together a duet chain playlist. I went through with it and it has some good tracks on it. You may notice that a bit of a genre change around track 6.

As an added bonus and using a little creativity, I was again able to make a loop. The last track links the second to last track with the first.

Playlist: Cover Song Chain

I’ve had the idea for a while for a couple playlists. One was to be a duet chain where it started with a duet with A & B and the next song was a song with B & C, then C & D, etc. My other idea was to try to do a playlist of cover songs. So the first song is a artist A covering artist B, then the next song is artist B covering artist C, etc.

Yesterday I put together a cover song chain playlist. It’s got some good stuff on it, and as an added bonus, the last song in the playlist is a cover version of the first artist, so it’s a loop. It’s also under 80 minutes so it would fit on a CD.

There are two potentially questionable links. I counted Prince’s version of Nothing Compares 2 U as a cover of Sinead O’Connor’s version even though he wrote it. Also, “Love the One You’re With” is technically a Stephen Stills solo song, but I followed it with a Crosby, Stills and Nash song. I’ve seen CSN in concert and they played it, so I’m going to allow it.


We went to the Tigers game on Saturday with many people from TechSmith and their guests. We stayed for the fireworks after the game. A good time was had by all.

Below is an excerpt of the fireworks show.


A couple weeks ago, we awoke on Saturday morning to find 4 deer in our backyard. They stuck around for about half an hour and I was able to record some of it on my Flip.