Friday, 8 May 2015

PLAYLIST: Strange Fruit #119


Petite Maimie:       Girlfriend Baby Doll
Chief Kegwin:       Peggy Mitchell
Zola Jesus:              Dangerous Days        
Daniel Patrick Quinn and One More Grain: 
Mabel Greer’s Toyshop: New Way of Life           
Charlotte Moorman: Waiting for Commercials
Disappears:            Halcyon Days                 
Bruce Foxton:  Number Six
Electrafixion:   Zephyr 
Telly Savalas:  You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling
Frank Sinatra:  You are the Sunshine of my Life 
Syphilic Diarrea:  Hooker Pinata
Rad Touch: Freddy Mercury Poisoning 
Eels: Swimming Lesson
Charles Trenet:  Boum
Funkadelic:  Lunchmeatphobia
  (Think it Ain’t Illegal Yet)
Gruff Rhys: The Court of King Arthur 
Daniel Patrick Quinn: Nine Standards Rigg
Bill Fay:  Jesus etc.  
Father Murphy:  Calvary
Deodato:  First Cuckoo 
Captain Beefheart and Magic Band:  Ice Cream for Crow
Anais Mitchell:  You are Forgiven 
Daniel Patrick Quinn: Jura
Sugar Minott: So Many Things 
The Beatles:  Goodnight

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