Sir Macca plans to release a Spotify playlist each month! Jan 16, 2020 18:39:46 GMT
Post by My Avatar Is A Hot Babe on Jan 16, 2020 18:39:46 GMT
Dr. Pepper said:Sticking Out Of My Back Pocket By Paul McCartney
A Spotify playlist to celebrate the new decade...
Paul plans to release a new Spotify playlist each month.
Paul says, "Each month we will highlight a selection of deep cuts along with a few classics. For January, we're focusing on new beginnings..."
I assume next month will be love songs... and so on. Great use of Spotify's capabilities.
This January's playlist is:
Sticking Out Of My Back Pocket By Paul McCartney
One Of These Days
Ever Present Past
Looking For Changes
Do It Now
Sing The Changes
Dr. Pepper said:How many months do you really think they will keep this up? I'm guessing we get February and March, maybe a summer playlist and that's about it, but one a month would be awesome. These would be really awesome if they were actually constructed by Paul, but I'm guessing it's someone on team Paul putting it together...still pretty cool.
Are other bands/artists doing anything like this on a monthly or reoccuring schedule?
idreamofpikas said:Most artists have a 'This is (insert artist)' playlist. Paul's discography is so large and weird in genre that something like this is a much better idea. A small playlist that sounds consistent in sound and mixes biggish with lesser heard songs.
Dr. Pepper said:Yes, when Peter Tork passed he didn't have one of these, so I created one for him. I curated the first 25 or so, making sure they flowed and reflected his best work, then just dumped all of his work in for the rest.
This is Peter Tork, a playlist by Dr. Pepper on Spotify
Kevin j said:a playlist of his own songs?
Synthfreek said:Yeah, no joke. Songs from others would be infinitely more appealing. Might even sway some here to check out something besides the same old stuff.
Dr. Pepper said:Oh, I don't know. Paul has such a deep diverse catalog it would be fun to put together a small playlist each month that focuses on a certain facet of his music or just work together well. I think any artist with a dozen or more albums could do this and it would be kind of fun to see what they would put together in a playlist.
I do think a playlist of other artists put together by Paul could be fun to. Maybe he will do that some months.