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"eternal medicine" with dr. thing (archive)

late night shakers and early mornin bakers
Sunday, March 9, 2008 | 10:00 to 12:00 | Playlist

Artist Song Album
curtis mayfield if i were only a child again
the tony benson sextet ugali
goblin la via della droga
george cambell good time carolina funk
soul drums pretty purdie
the afro soul-tet dom gowa
madlib 6 variations of in the rain
chambers brothers uptown
david mccullam the edge droppin' Science: samples from Blue Note
shuggie otis aht a mi head
the sound of feeling along came sam up into silence
Gilberto gil com Rita Lee refestanca duetos
betty wright mr. lucky eccentric Soul: The Outskirts of Deep City
the o'jays (they call me) mr. luckyy
art jerry miller finger lickin good
beach boys lets go away for awhile pet sounds
omd the romance of the telescope
Timothy Leary & Ash Ra Tempel space
nektar desolation valley a tab in the ocean
michael hurley dying crapshooters blues ancestral swamp
ramblin jack elliot don't let that deal go down
flying burrito bros. wild horses the gilded palace of sin
d. charles speer & the helix sit right there after hours
willie nelson something to think about the demo sessions
fleet foxes ragged wood ragged wood
tim hardin reason to believe
Keith Richards & Bobby Keys over the rainbow
celebration tame the savage
almaden poets grw your fingernails come on, do the monster mash
rings double thanks black habit