Weekend Mixtape | Nearly 200 Songs That Will Never Get Old (Side 12)


Is 60 too old to learn how to DJ? Asking for a friend who would like to be paid absurd amounts of money for jetting around the world playing shitty dance music to worshipful hordes of suckers with overstuffed wallets and copious amounts of drugs. And before you ask, yes, he’s willing to wear a large cartoon-character helmet. Please send your thoughts to getagripoldman@tinnitist.com. But first, take a spin through these 200 singles, videos, cover tunes, remixes, unburied treasures, golden oldies and live performances — most of which you can’t find anywhere else. Your Tinnitist-approved treats are tagged with a ⭐️. Here comes the drop:



1⭐️ Sunking | Tap Water

2⭐️ Jeremy Dutcher | Sakomawit + The Land That Held Them + Take My Hand + Skicinuwihkuk

3⭐️ James Brandon Lewis / Red Lily Quintet | Precious Lord

4⭐️ Artificial Jazz | She Walks

5⭐️ Lily Pons | O Luce Di Quest’anima (Live on The Ed Sullivan Show)

6Oppenheimer’s Elevators | Je T’aimerais Toujours

7Mat Maneri Quartet | Ash

8Parallel Relax | Slow Flow, Pt. 2 – Breathe In

9⭐️ Remembrance Quintet | Recollections

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