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"Playing the Hits" with Lunokhod 3 (archive)

Wednesday, April 28, 2021 | 21:02 to 23:02

Artist Song Album Label
London Philharmonic Orchestra X. Yaman Kalyan Ravi Shankar: Sukanya LPO
House and Land Precious Jewels Across The Field Thrill Jockey
Mount Moriah Precita How to Dance Merge
Lydia Loveless Love Is Not Enough Daughter Honey, You're Gonna Be Late Records
Americans In France Mashing Up The Clouds Pretzelvania Odessa Records
Megafaun Gather, Form and Fly Gather, Form & Fly Hometapes
Psychedelic Horseshit French Countryside Laced Fatcat
Miles Okazaki Seven Sisters The Sky Below Pi Recordings
Imperial Teen Out From Inside Feel the Sound Merge
Prince Francis African Skank Studio One Roots 2 Soul Jazz
Ground Zero Ultra Q "plays Standards" ReR Megaforce
Molly Joyce Form and Flee Breaking and Entering New Amsterdam
Toddlers Independence Day 19 EP self-released
Pontiak Lemon Lady Living Thrill Jockey
Aki Tsuyuko Dance At Happy Night Hokane Thrill Jockey
The Dentists The Little Engineers Set Some People Are on the Pitch They Think It's All Over It Is Now Trouble in Mind
Jean Shepard Under Your Spell Again Honky-Tonk Heroine: Classic Capitol Recordings, 1952-1964 Capitol
Joe Thompson And Tommy Thompson Love Somebody (Soldier's Joy) Black Banjo Songsters of North Carolina & Virginia Smithsonian Folkways
Duke Ellington Solitude Money Jungle Blue Note
Furry Lewis Going To Brownsville Fourth And Beale Maison de Blues
Killah Priest P.R.O.J.E.C.T.S. Rocket to Nebula Proverbs
Circulatory System Stars Circulatory System Elephant 6 Recording Co.
The Music Tapes The Big Beautiful Shops (It's Said That It Could Be Anyone) Mary's Voice Merge
Lithics The Symptom Tower of Age Trouble in Mind
Big Bill Broonzy Hey, Hey, Baby Trouble In Mind Smithsonian Folkways
Pantha Du Prince The Sight Below version of “A Nomad’s Retreat” XI versions of Black Noise Rough Trade