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"Playing the Hits" with Lunokhod 3 (archive)

Tuesday, January 17, 2023 | 06:00 to 08:00

Artist Song Album Label
Charlotte Adigéry & Bolis Pupul Ich Mwen Topical Dancer DEEWEE
Calibro 35 Automata Momentum Record Kicks
Dorothy Moore Love Me Like You Used To Malaco Soul Sisters Featuring Jewel Bass And Dorothy Moore Soulscape
Bad Checks Flesh And Bone Graveyard Tramp Loretta
Spider Bags Oxcart Blues Someday Everything Will Be Fine Merge Records
Boulevards God Bless Ya (Be Thankful) Electric Cowboy: Welcome To Carolina Mud New West
Cold Sides Stretched Corrugated Sibilants self-released
U.S. Christmas Fire Is Sleeping Run Thick In The Night Neurot
Motion Trio Chinatown Play-Station Asphalt Tango
Royal Trux Faca Amolada Singles, Live, Unreleased [Disc 1] Drag City
Obnox She (Was About That Life) Savage Raygun Ever/Never
Sudan Archives Green Eyes Athena Stones Throw
Executioner's Mask Flaming Creatures Winterlong Profound Lore
Glenn Jones The Vernal Pool My Garden State Thrill Jockey
Charley Patton Oh Death King Of The Delta Blues: The Music Of Charley Patton Yazoo
Dock Boggs Old Joe's Barroom His Folkways Years 1963-1968 Smithsonian Folkways
Gil Scott-Heron On Coming From A Broken Home (Pt. 1) I'm New Here XL