Thursday, 28 May 2015


Unlucky Fried Kitten:     Bassekou Kouyaté & Ngoni              Siran Fen
Petunia Liebling MacPumpkin:              Fish Drive Edsels
Rod Mckuen       Co-existence Bagal Shop Blues
Rod Mckuen       Haiku Poems
That Man from the East:              Eastern Chaos
Mordecai Smyth:            I’ve Been so Tired
Crystal Jacqueline and the Honey Pot:         After All She’s Crystal
Crystal Jacqueline and the Honey Pot:  Hole in my Shoe
The Barron Knights:  You’re All I Need
Ringo Starr:  Just a Dream
Pelican:   The Cliff
Warhorse:  I am Dying
Rod Mckuen:  Three Songs for “S”
Rod McKuen:  The Elegant Prison Downstairs
Black Tape for a Blue Girl:   Pandora’s Dream
Tani Naomi:  Showa Kare Susuki
BB King:  Sweet Little Angel
Boards of Canada:  Corsair
David A Jaycock:  Ghosts and Gold
Anais Mitchell:  His Kiss the Riot
Cranium Pie:  Mechanisms  #3
Unknown Albanian Group:  Legend of the Walled-in Woman
Chimney Crowsla Band:  Paul Knows it all
Blancmange:   Paddington
Rod Mckuen:  A Gallery of Assorted Beats
Rod Mckuen:  Like
Slade:   Gudbye Gudbye

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