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"The Vinyl Revolution" with Savannah (archive)

Friday, September 6, 2019 | 10:30 to 12:00 | Playlist

New Artist Song Album Label Comments
* Nathalie Joachim with Spektral Quartet Suite pou Dantan: Alleluia Famn d'Ayiti New Amsterdam
* Laurie Spiegel Riding the Storm Unseen Worlds Unseen Worlds
* Pere Ubu Lovely Day The Long Goodbye Cherry Red
* Jordan Rakei You & Me Origin Ninja Tune
* Ross From Friends The Revolution Epiphany Brainfeeder
* KOKOKO! Malembe Fongola Transgressive/PIAS
The Swampers Backporch Soul Muscle Shoals Has Got the Swampers Malaco RIP Jimmy Johnson
* Haruomi Hosono & Tadanori Yokoo Hum Ghar Sajan Cochin Moon Light in the Attic
Percy Sledge Take Time To Know Her The Best Of Percy Sledge Atlantic
* Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan & Party Biba Sada Dil Mor De Live at WOMAD 1985 Real World
* Chuck Mead I'm Not the Man For the Job Close to Home Plowboy
* Mort Garson Baby's Tears Blues Mother Earth's Plantasia Sacred Bones
* Parsnip Seafarer When the Tree Bears Fruit Trouble in Mind
* Tim Presley's White Fence Lorelei I Have to Feed Larry's Hawk Drag City
* black midi 953 Schlagenheim Rough Trade
Rolling Stones Wild Horses Sticky Fingers Rolling Stones RIP Jimmy Johnson