Listen to the episode:
And here are the lyrics.
“25 or 6 to 4,” by Chicago
“Babe I’m Gonna Leave You,” by Led Zeppelin
“Blurred Lines,” by Robin Thicke, ft. Pharrell Williams and T.I.
“Brain Stew/Jaded,” by Green Day
Children of Men trailer
“A Day in the Life,” by the Beatles
“Enter Sandman,” by Metallica
“Fall Down,” by Toad the Wet Sprocket
“God Only Knows,” by the Beach Boys
“Got to Give It Up,” by Marvin Gaye
Incidental Music for ep. 36
Incidental Music for ep. 37
“Louie Louie,” by the Kingsmen
“Stairway to Heaven,” by Led Zeppelin
“Stairway To Heaven Vs Taurus Guitar examination Led Zeppelin Vs Spirit,” by TJR
(The video above was the one that introduced me to “Babe I’m Gonna Leave You.”)
“Undone (The Sweater Song),” by Weezer
“Walking on Sunshine,” by Katrina and the Waves
“Wild Thing,” by the Troggs
Information on which I drew for this episode can be found at the following links.
Q: Can you copyright a chord progression?
“The Cops of Pop” episode at Hi-Phi Nation is an excellent philosophical investigation of songs that can be “mashed up” together, and whether this is an insult to the creativity of pop musicians.
Margaret Boden on the three types of creativity [PDF]. From her book, The Creative Mind.
Meaning, Projects, Continuing on
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