Thursday 20 November 2014

PLAYLIST: Strange Fruit #96

Thom Yorke:         Skip Divided
Kay Martin and Her Bodyguards:     Fever
Dead Kennedys:  Viva Las Vegas    
Mark Fry:               Aeroplanes          
Suzi Quatro:          The Girl from Detroit City
John Lennon McCullough: Box of Tricks
Sable Noir:             Chew     
John’s Children:   Jagged Time Lapse
Bill Nelson:            End of the Season               
Rachel Zeffina:     Letters from Tokyo
Aphex Twin:         Acrid Avid Jam Shred        
Mark Fry:               I Lived in Trees
Mark Fry:               Dreaming with Alice
Simon Warner:      Moody (from the album Waiting Rooms)
Brad Berwick:        I’m Better Than the Beatles
Haiku Salut:           Sounds like There’s a Pacman Crunching Away at Your Heart (album Tricolore)   
John Martyn:        I’d Rather be the Devil
Roy Rogers:          Devil Got my Woman         
Mark Fry:               Little Flashing Light
Bridget St John:    If You’d Been There           
Mark Isham           Tibet Part V
Bob Harris:            End Title – Love Theme from Lolita 
Mark Fry:               River Kings          

The Beatles:          Goodnight

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