With a little experimentation and technical know-how, you can actually create some cool
medleys of pre-recorded tunes in Garageband or other music editing program. It's fun
and helps achieve the variety that dance DJs sometime need.
I'd be happy to share 1-2 that I've created if anyone wants one - just email me
From: Emily Rush via Contra Callers <contracallers(a)lists.sharedweight.net>
Sent: Friday, February 28, 2020 3:39 PM
To: Rick Mohr <rick(a)rickmohr.net>
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Subject: [Callers] Re: Album tracks you can dance to
Most of Potent Brew's latest album includes full-length dance tracks:
On Fri, Feb 28, 2020 at 10:23 AM Rick Mohr via Contra Callers
After 25 years of calling to only live music I started a teen dance which so far has a
pretty limited budget. So I've found a bunch of album tracks we can dance to -- see
below for the ones we use.
While I have a lot of great tracks I'd love to find more for variety, especially with
11-14 times through where I don't have as many. Any ideas for me?
Here's a spreadsheet showing the tracks we use (with tempos and number of times
And here's my album list (showing how many tracks we use from each.
Airdance -- Airdance (1)
Airdance -- Cloud Nine (2)
Assembly -- Other Side Of The Tracks (1)
Becky Tracy, Keith Murphy, Andy Davis -- Any Jig or Reel (7)
Berea Castoffs -- Folk Buddha's Path to Enlightenment
Big Bandemonium -- The Big Bang (1)
Elixir -- Rampant (1)
Great Bear -- Magic Fantasy Dream Dance (3)
Great Bear Trio -- Dancing Again (1)
Mary Cay Brass & Friends -- Green Mountain (3)
Rodney & Randy Miller -- New England Chestnuts Vol. II (2)
Susan Kevra -- Full Swing (5)
Wild Asparagus -- Live at the Guiding Star Grange (3)
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