From the Mashed-Up Files of Mr. Francis J. Heaney

I used to make a lot of mash-ups. In theory I still might make more (my most recent was a couple years ago), but clearly I’m in no rush. But here are some of my old ones that I still like!

“Kiss Me, Eleanor” (The Beatles vs. The Cure)
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“Ice Rack” (Madonna vs. Zony Mash)
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“Your Superfunkicalimagination” (Brian Wilson vs. Prince)
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“Woman’s Burden” (John Lennon vs. The Rolling Stones)
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This next one was originally made as a submission to “A People’s History of the Dismemberment Plan”, the fan remix album. Travis told me at some point that it had been under consideration for the album; I like to imagine that it would have made the cut had it not been for, you know, the bevy of uncleared samples.

“Following Through (Tropicalia mix)” (The Dismemberment Plan vs. Caetano Veloso & Gilberto Gil)
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One thought on “From the Mashed-Up Files of Mr. Francis J. Heaney

  1. So great that you know “… Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler” (it was one of my fave books as a child). Looking forward to finding and solving some of your puzzles and to exploring your blog. Wishing you well.

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