I am looking for examples of songs that bridge genres, or help transition from one type of music to another, in the context of a fifteen-song jukebox set. Examples inside.
One of my favorite things to do is go to my local dive bar on a quiet night with some friends and play jukebox "theme" sets. Some of my recent favorites are:
-90s Hip Hop/Funk/Motown
-Old Country/Americana/Glam Rock
-Glam Rock/80's Dance Pop/Indie Dance Pop
Currently, I only have a handful of songs that work as good transition songs for the above--Prince's Kiss
works well, as does Belle and Sebastien's Your Cover's Blown
for transitioning between dance and other genres. David Bowie's Space Oddity
and Bicycle Race
by Queen both serve for Americana/Glam Rock. James Brown's Papa's Got a Brand New Bag
is good between Funk and Motown, and Michael Jackson's Don't Stop Til You Get Enough
is pretty versatile. If I'm really flying by the seat of my pants, Daft Punk
can usually be counted on in a pinch, as can LCD Soundsystem
I love these songs, but they're getting kinda tired...do you have any other ideas for me? Assume I'm willing to listen to almost anything (although the above is fairly representative) and that I have one of those new-fangled internet jukeboxes with which to look up songs.