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Gap In-Store Playlists 1992 to 2006 and Beyond

Endless thanks goes to the DL for helping me find others who saved GAP In-Store Playlists from when they also used to work at GAP.

If anyone out there is reading this for the first time and saved their stores monthly paper playlists, please contact me at my Gap In-Store Playlists blog.

In this thread, I will be highlighting individual playlists in order to show what kinds of great music were played at GAP during those years.

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 5105/05/2019

This first playlist is from October 1992 and, alas, is not a true complete playlist. I have reconstructed thirty songs from memory and in, mostly, the correct order. But I really need the actual playlist! Check it out!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 103/24/2019

My oldest physical copy playlist is September 1993, and it's a great mix of House, Acid Jazz, R&B, New Wave, and Alternative Rock.

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 203/24/2019

The November 1993 GAP In-Store Playlist was a novelty playlist: many of the tracks are TV and Movie Themes. But it works well with the other songs mixed in.

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 303/24/2019

I'm thrilled to have four playlists again from 1994 after having all of them until 2006 when I lost them.

February 1994 has two of my favorites: Rozalla's cover of "I Love Music" and "Rubberband Girl" by Kate Bush!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 403/24/2019

As a big Kate Bush fan, I love how the March 1994 GAP In-Store Playlist begins with her "Eat The Music."

Also love Lonnie Gordon's "Bad Mood" on here!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 503/24/2019

The April 1994 GAP In-Store Playlist features "Constellation Of The Heart" by Kate Bush, "Spin The Bottle" by The juliana Hatfield Trio, and "Tones Of Home" by Blind Melon.

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 603/24/2019

The March 1995 Gap In-Store Playlist features two of my faves:

"Curious" by The Innocence Mission

"The Gentleman Who Fell" by Milla Jovovich

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 703/25/2019

The May 1995 GAP In-Store Playlist is full of jazzy songs.

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 803/25/2019

The August 1995 GAP In-Store Playlist features the incredible "Ain't Gonna Cry No More" by DL Fave, Danielle Brisebois!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 903/25/2019

If you used to work at GAP and saved the paper playlist inserts that came with each month's CD/tape, please share them with me so I can put them on my blog for everyone to enjoy.

Contact me at the email address on the blog:

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 1003/25/2019

Is this a parody thread?

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 1103/25/2019

You did this already, OP

A lot.

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 1203/25/2019

The June 1996 GAP In-Store Playlist contains great music by Jamiroquai, Poe, Guru, Portishead and more!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 1303/26/2019

The July 1996 GAP In-Store Playlist is perfect!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 1403/27/2019

Check out the September 1996 GAP In-Store Playlist!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 1503/28/2019

"Sitting Down Here" by Lene Marlin is a highlight of the March 2000 GAP In-Store Playlist.

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 1603/29/2019

Last month, I received two Banana Republic In-Store Playlists for August & September 2001 - check them out!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 1704/15/2019

Who is the guy in R17? Sad to think he is old AF now.

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 1804/15/2019

Will this priceless collection go to the Beinecke at Yale, the Smithsonian, or the Library of Congress?

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 1904/15/2019

The April 2000 In-Store Playlists for both GAP and GapKids are incredible music mixes! Check them out!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 2004/16/2019

R18 I keep wondering the same thing every time his pic turns up, wouldn’t mind seeing more of him.

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 2104/16/2019
by GAP Playlists Guyreply 2204/16/2019
by GAP Playlists Guyreply 2304/16/2019

Listening to the groovy May 1997 Gap In-Store Playlist!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 2404/17/2019

The April 2004 In-Store Playlists for Gap and GapBody are excellent captures of the sounds of Spring 2004!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 2504/17/2019

If you worked at Gap and saved any of the paper playlist inserts that came with each month's CD/tape, please contact me at the email address on the blog:

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 2604/17/2019

The February, March and April 1994 Gap In-Store Playlists have that Early 1994 sound to them. Check 'em out!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 2704/18/2019

The July 1999 Gap In-Store Playlist is almost 20 years old but still an excellently sequenced music mix!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 2804/22/2019

R27 It's an uncanny coincidence, isn't it?! Here's another. You know Judy at Carnegie Hall, her famous concert, recorded and released in 1961? It really has that 1961 sound to it, I'll tell you that.

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 2904/22/2019

The April 2001 Gap In-Store Playlist has a great selection of Future Jazz, Lo-Fi and Lounge recordings in its mix.

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 3004/22/2019

In just the last few months, I've received over half of the 2002 in-store playlists for both Gap and GapKids!

An abundance of riches!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 3104/22/2019

Check out the awesome April 2003 Gap and GapKids In-Store Playlists!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 3204/23/2019

Check out the August 2004 GapBody In-Store Playlist!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 3304/25/2019

Rock on, GAP Playlists Guy!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 3404/25/2019

Thank you very much, R34!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 3504/25/2019

The June 1996 GAP In-Store Playlist is one of my all-time favourites!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 3604/26/2019

The January 2004 babyGap In-Store Playlist is just incredible!

The Januaries, Papas Fritas, Ivy, Nelly Furtado, The Apples In Stereo, Badly Drawn Boy, Stereolab, The Postal Service, The Incredible Moses Leroy, Stars and many more!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 3704/27/2019

The April 1999 Gap and GapKids In-Store Playlists are made for Spring Parties!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 3804/27/2019

The May 2005 Gap In-Store Playlist has great music by Snow Patrol, Doves, Kylie Minogue, Stars, Brendan Benson, The Killers, and many more!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 3904/28/2019

Hey GAP Nut --

Just dropped in to tell you I have never set foot into a GAP Store.

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 4004/28/2019

The May 1999 Gap In-Store Playlist contains Morcheeba's awesome cover of "Crystal Blue Persuasion"!

20 years ago!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 4104/28/2019

The July 1996 Gap In-Store Playlist features a great mix of music by Dionne Farris, Shara Nelson, No Doubt, Galliano, Jamiroquai, James Taylor Quartet, K-Creative and many more!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 4204/28/2019

Feeling BLUE? Check out the October 1997 GAP In-Store Playlist which celebrated the released of the Blue No. 655 fragrance!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 4304/29/2019

Does anyone know this song?

It was on the March 2004 GapBody CD. I have the CD but no playlist attached. I have figured out all of the other songs except this one.

NO music service can place this track. No Shazam, SoundHound, nothing.

Anyone know this?

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 4404/29/2019

The April 2000 In-Store Playlists for Gap and GapKids are fantastic!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 4504/29/2019

The April 2003 Gap In-Store Playlist features music from Angie Stone, Whitney Houston, Zwan, Justin Timberlake, Donna Summer, Shelby Lynne and many more!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 4604/30/2019

"Song Of Joy" by Dreams Come True" is my favorite song on the November 1999 GAP In-Store Playlist!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 4704/30/2019

It's May Day! Check out the jazzy May 1995 Gap In-Store Playlist!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 4805/01/2019

May 1998! It's great!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 4905/02/2019

The October 1999 GAP In-Store Playlist features "VIP" by GusGus!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 5005/04/2019

"Cinco de Mayo" by WAR is on the May 2004 GAP In-Store Playlist!

by GAP Playlists Guyreply 5105/05/2019
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