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"All Ages Show" with mark (archive)

Saturday, March 16, 2019 | 07:00 to 09:00 | Playlist

New Artist Song Album Label Comments
Julia Holter I Shall Love 2 Aviary Domino
* Praises Welcome Home In This Year: Ten of Swords Hand Drawn Dracula
Thompson Twins Make Believe In The Name Of Love Arista
* Violet New Visions New Visions Paraiso
* SUSS Laramie Ghost Box (Expanded) Northern Spy
* Mary Lou Williams Black Christ of the Andes (St. Martin De Porres) Mary Lou Williams Smithsonian Folkways
* Ernest Turner In or Out My Americana self-released NC
* Magela Herrera Ahora Explicaciones Brontosaurus
Popol Vuh Aguirre / Lacrima di Rei Revisited & Remixed SPV
Jonny Trunk K Piano Scrapbook Trunk
The Incredible String Band Way Back In The 1960s The 5000 Spirits or Layers of the Onion Fledg'ling
* Mercury Rev Penduli Pendulum (feat. Vashti Bunyan w/ Kaela Sinclair) Bobbie Gentry's The Delta Sweete Revisited Partisan
Atomic Rooster A Spoonful of Bromide Helps The Pulse Rate Go Down In Hearing of Atomic Rooster Elektra
Dex Romweber Duo Is That You In The Blue / interlude / Jungle Drums / interlude / I Remember Darling Live at WXDU July 2011 self-released RIP Sara Romweber