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"Playing the Hits" with Lunokhod 3 (archive)

Tuesday, June 12, 2018 | 17:08 to 19:08

Artist Song Album Label
Do-Boy Diamond Going Away Blues Mississippi Delta Blues: "Blow My Blues Away" Vol. 1 Arhoolie
Clydie King I'll Never Stop Loving You (1994 - Remaster) The Minit Records Story EMI
Dink Roberts Roustabout (Buffalo) Black Banjo Songsters of North Carolina & Virginia Smithsonian Folkways
Cornell Campbell The Gorgon [Extended] I Shall Not Remove 1975-80 Blood and Fire
Charley Patton Tom Rushen Blues Founder of the Delta Blues Yazoo
Deerhunter Vox Celeste Weird Era Continued Kranky
Leadbelly, Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee How Long Blues Alan Lomax: Blues Songbook Rounder
Trans Am E.S.I. The Surveillance Thrill Jockey
Helado Negro Calculas Canta Lechuza Asthmatic Kitty
Antipop Consortium Sllab Tragic Epilogue 75 Ark
Rainer Maria Tinfoil Past Worn Searching Polyvinyl
Okkervil River Lay of the Last Survivor I Am Very Far Jagjaguar
Led Bib Engine Room Bring Your Own Cuneiform
Peter Walker Barefoot "Second Poem To Karmela" Or Gypsies Are Important Light in the Attic/Vangaurd
The Music Machine You'll Love Me Again Acid Dreams Past & Present
Radiologik Broadcast