Episode: Rock the Remix


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Rock the Remix
How do you describe a set that's been more than 50 years in the making? With three simple words: "Rock the Remix"
Episode 51 turns the clock back, way back in fact, with a set that's been more than 50 years in the making. Featuring songs from rock legends like Led Zeppelin, The Doors, Cream, Jefferson Airplane, The Beatles and more, this set of classic rock songs should bring back some memories, or maybe help you create some new ones. If you've been to any of the events I've played in the last few years, you've likely heard some of these tracks before. This however, is the first time I've put them all together in one set, and I've got to admit it's turned into one of my favorites. More than anything, I hope this episode proves that good music never goes out of style and proves appropriate to any age. So grab your Wayback Machine, it's time to "Rock the Remix!"

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