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"Playing the Hits" with Lunokhod 3 (archive)

Sunday, May 31, 2015 | 20:01 to 22:01

Artist Song Album Label
Terry Allen The Collector (and the Art Mob) LUBBOCK (on everything) Fate/Sugar Hill
Willie Wright Okay, Once Again (Intro) Telling The Truth Numero Group
LMNOP Forever Through The Sun Yellow Pills: Prefill [Disc 2] Numero Group
The Weather Station Chip On My Shoulder All Of It Was Mine You've Changed
Okkervil River Your Past Life as a Blast I Am Very Far Jagjaguar
Ghost To Falco Everything Alive Exotic Believers Infinite Front
Arthur Russell This Time Dad You're Wrong Love Is Overtaking Me Audika
Charles Mingus (Soul Fusion) Freewoman And Oh, This Freedom's Slave Cries The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady Impulse!
Uwharria Red Oak Acorns Fury In The Foothills Slave
The Flute Flies Shopping Mall Yes Means Maybe Potluck
Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings The Reason I Learned The Hard Way Daptone
The Black Lips Bicentennial Man Arabia Mountain Vice
Ted Leo & The Pharmacists Woke Up Near Chelsea The Brutalist Bricks Matador
Smoked Sugar Bump Me The Sultans Of Soul Wind Hit
The Enchanters I Paid For The Party The Best of Loma Records: The Rise and Fall of a 1960's Soul Label Warner Bros.
Dilated Peoples Good As Gone Director's Of Photography Rhymesayers
Naked Gods Soft Drugs No Jams self-released
Danny Johnson & the Rhythm Makers Tired of Working for the Other Man Lost Souls - Volume 3 - Arkansas Garage Psychedelic Rock - 1963-1971 Psych of the South