Segueways and Compilations:
The World Wide Web Segue Service

You are song sequence enthusiast # to access The Service since May 31, 1996.

This page was most recently revised October 25, 1998.

See the explanation of The Segue Service below the list of artists for whom compilation ideas are provided.

Feel free to contact The Service's compilation specialist at for comments, or requests for contracted service. Don't be afraid to ask us to post your own compilations and suggestions for any artists - credits and hypertext links are not a problem.

Click to see compilation sequences for the following artists:

Tori Amos (UPDATED!)
Beatles (UPDATED!)
David Bowie (UPDATED!)
Bee Gees (NEW!)
Bad English (including Babys and John Waite)
Crosby, Stills, and Nash
Bob Dylan
Doobie Brothers (NEW!)
Damn Yankees (Night Ranger, Ted Nugent, Styx, etc.)
Electric Light Orchestra
Fleetwood Mac
Dan Fogelberg (UPDATED!)
Marvin Gaye (NEW!)
George Harrison (NEW!)
Billy Joel (UPDATED!)
Elton John
Journey (UPDATED!)
Carole King (NEW!)
John Lennon (NEW!)
Kenny Loggins (NEW!)
Paul McCartney (NEW!)
Joni Mitchell (NEW!)
Moody Blues
Tom Petty (NEW!)
Pink Floyd (NEW!)
Lou Reed
Simon and Garfunkel (NEW!)
REO Speedwagon
Styx (NEW!)
Supertramp (NEW!)
Tears for Fears
Velvet Underground
Roger Waters (NEW!)
Steve Winwood
Stevie Wonder (NEW!)

This homepage provides, at no charge, a service for song sequencing. The format is that of ideal "greatest hits" collections of various artists. A frequently ignored detail, sequences or "segueways" can be as important to the dramatic presentation of music as the music itself. The music of prominent album acts of the 1960's, '70's, and '80's serves as proof of this idea. Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon" and "The Wall," David Bowie's "Ziggy Stardust," and The Beatles' "Sergeant Pepper" demonstrate how sequences are as important as song quality and album concept. Perhaps one of the nicest sequences of a "current" album is that demonstrated on Sarah Maclachlan’s "Surfacing."

The proprietor of this page has been a compilation sequence specialist in the form of homemade "best of" collections since 1983. Compact Disc Technology, CD player programmability, and CD-recording technologies have led to new applications of homemade song compilations. With the help of this service, you can rearrange your favorite album tracks into more exciting sequences that enhance themes incompletely developed on original albums. This homepage represents extensive experience via experimentation with sequences for many popular artists, and is offered free of charge for discussion and your personal experimentation.

Don't look for too many current artists from this service; with the exception of Tori Amos, this service examines primarily classic rock, AOR, and pop of the '60's, 70's, and 80's. Enjoy!

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