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Playlist with Ayda (archive)

Sunday, June 4, 2006 | 13:30 to 15:00 | Playlist

New Artist Song Album Label
* Grupo Naidy Mi Gallo Corococo Arriba Suena Marimba! Currulao Marimba Music Colombia Smithsonian Folkways
* Juana Molina La Verdad Songs, and other things Domino
* Desceimer #5 Universal Universal
* Lisa Denja Hardcore Reggae Ambassador Afro Riddim Sessions, Vol.1 Indieland
* Future Pigeon Gift Tax Echodelic Sounds of Future pigeon Record Collection
* Rosa Passos #2 Rosa Telarc
Randy Whitt Rollin On We've Had Some Trouble S/R
* Slaid Cleaves Everette Unsung
* Tim Easton C-Dub Ammunition New West
* The Waybacks The Petrified Man From the Pasture to the Future Compass Records
The Little Willies Best of All Possible Worlds The Little Willies EMI
Pine Leaf Boys Pine Leaf Boy Two-Step La Musique Arhoolie
* Hey Willpower Magic Window Dance EP Cochan
Karsh Kale Manifest Broken English Six Degrees
Jethro Tull And the Mouse Police Never Sleeps Heavy Horses Chrysalis
OMD Secrets The Best of OMD
Talking Heads Who Is It Talking Heads 77 Sire
Beatles Here Comes the Sun Abbey Road Capitol
* Lila Downs La Cama de Piedra La Cantina: Entre Copa Y Copa Narada