28 Dec

iTunes iMix

I just published a playlist to Apple‘s iTunes music store consisting of music that I’ve considered for alternative patter music (a la Clark Baker’s highly successful CALLERLAB presentations).

If you have iTunes (available free for both Mac and Windows), you can view the playlist here: Kris’ non-traditional patter music.

Here’s what’s on it:

E-String Polka Jimmy Sturr and His Orchestra
Hot Scotch Polka (Instrumental) Jimmy Sturr Both of the Jimmy Sturr’s sound very traditional and are real crowd pleasers
Star Wars Theme / Cantina Band (12″ Disco Mix) Meco Very popular
Jerusalem Ridge The Tony Rice Unit Again, fairly traditional sounding, but with a little edge
Brown Skin (Dance Remix – Radio Instrumental) India Arie
One Mint Julep Xavier Cugat And His Orchestra-Down With Love Soundtrack
The Way You Move (Instrumental) OutKast & Sleepy Brown
Eddie’s Gospel Groove (Instrumental) Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters
Midnight Magic Kenny G
April in Paris The Mighty Accordian Band If you ever want a lounge sound
The Empire Strikes Back Medley: Darth Vader/Yoda’s Theme Meco More disco
Topsy Meco Ditto
Rockin’ After Midnight (Instrumental) Marvin Gaye
Is That Incredible (Greenskeepers Full Mix) Michael Giacchino & Greenskeepers From the movie “The Incredibles” soundtrack
The Floater (Instrumental) Rick “L.A. Holmes” & Rod Piazza
Healing Feeling (Instrumental) Hubert Sumlin & Ronnie Earl
Stairway to Heaven The Lounge-O-Leers This is a joke! I occasionally ask for requests

, and a smartass dancer kept asking for “Stairway to Heaven”. I was happy to find this…and the requests have stopped.

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