The Doors vs. Santana - Black Magic Woman On The Storm (Rudec Mashup)



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  • Santana - Black Magic Woman
  • The Doors - Riders On The Storm
  • Guitar Solo by Carlos Santana


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Here it is! My last Mashup of 2012!
It's a great responsibility to create a "end of the year" mashup, so... lets do it with two songs from the start of a decade (1970), when the words of order were "Sex, Drugs and Rock n' Roll"!

The Doors. Riders On The Storm. One of the most known songs from one of the most known bands in the world. The song was released in 1970 and it was featured in the album LA Woman in 1971.

According to the band, it was inspired by the song "Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend."
And now sings Santana. And plays the guitar like there was no tomorrow. "Black Magic Woman" is a song written by Peter Green that first appeared as a Fleetwood Mac single in various countries in 1968. In 1970, it became a classic hit by Santana, appearing on their Abraxas album, becoming more closely associated with Santana than Fleetwood Mac.
The song became one of Santana's staples and one of their biggest hits.

29-12-2012 update: The mashup has now been featured on a music page on facebook. Check it out please!

A friend of mine said "Great song, rock vs. rock!" :D

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Fuck Pony vs. Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - Always Jingle Bells



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  • Acapella: Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - Jingle Bells
  • Instrumental: Fuck Pony - Always Sunday

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Merry Christmas! Or... Merry X-Mash!!!


Minimal House music and Soul music together... does it make a good combination?

Yes it does!

Fuck Pony is a project led by Berlin-based producer Jay Haze. The material released under this name is focused toward exploring the outer limits of house music, but is just as much about having fun and letting musical influences flow throughout his compositions.

"Always Sunday" was released in 2009 and its part of the CD "Let The Love Flow".
It wouldn't be a Christmas song without Jingle Bells. This time, by Smokey Robinson & The Miracles.
Taken from the 1968's album "Merry Christmas from Motown" which includes tracks by the Temptations, Diana Ross & the Supremes, the Jackson 5, Smokey Robinson & the Miracles and Stevie Wonder.
While the main focus is on traditional material like "Ave Maria", "Christmas Everyday" and "Silent Night", that "Jingle Bells" version holds up well.
This is perfect combination for any Xmas get together.

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