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Wax! Crackle! Pop! #88: David Bowie all vinyl tribute

February 16, 2016
9:35 am


John Hell was nice enough to have me sit in his slot, Hell’s Kitchen Radio (Monday nights, 8-10) as I have been “on hiatus” from weekly radio since Jan 1. I couldn’t pass up the chance to celebrate the life and amazing career of the late great David Bowie, 1947-2016. Here’s phase one of I hope many all vinyl tribute to the master…



Blackstar by David Bowie from Blackstar (2016)
Life On Mars by David Bowie from Hunky Dory (1971)
Starman by David Bowie from The Rise & Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars (1972)
Ragazzo Solo Ragazza Sola by David Bowie from Rare (1969/1982)

Round and Round by David Bowie from Rare (1973/1982)
John, I’m Only Dancing by David Bowie from 45 single (1972)
Hang Onto Yourself by Arnold Corns from Man In The Middle EP (1971/1985)
You’ve Got A Habit Of Leaving by David Jones and The Lower Third from David Jones and The Lower Third 10″ EP split (1965/1979)
Anyway Anyhow Anywhere by David Bowie from Pin Ups (1973)
Take My Tip by The Mannish Boys from The Mannish Boys 10″ EP split (1965/1979)
There Is A Happy Land by David Bowie from David Bowie/Another Face compilation (1967/1981)
Unwashed and Somewhat Slightly Dazed by David Bowie from Man Of Words Man Of Music/Space Oddity (1969/1972)

Young Americans (single version) by David Bowie from Rare (1975/1982)
Aladdin Sane by David Bowie from Aladdin Sane (1973)
Moonage Daydream by David Bowie from David Live (1974)
When You Rock N Roll With Me by David Bowie from Diamond Dogs (1974)
Right by David Bowie from Young Americans (1975)

Station To Station by David Bowie from Stage (1978)
Sound & Vision by David Bowie from Low (1977)
Helden by David Bowie from 45 single (1977)
Move On by David Bowie from Lodger (1979)

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December 21, 2015
12:35 pm


There is so much to say about The Residents and we try and do it ALL in two hours in this episode. Earlier this year, a new film about The Residents, THEORY OF OBSCURITY, made it’s world premiere at South By Southwest and is about to come out theatrically and VOD very soon. Long time Residents spokesman, manager and Cryptic Corporation co-founder, Homer Flynn, along with Theory Of Obscurity director, Don Hardy, joined a very nervous DJ Jim G in conversation and music! Homer had personally handpicked some choice cuts which were largely influential on The Residents themselves and we also debut a new Residents demo that may (or may not) appear on a forthcoming “blues” album.

The Residents are an American art collective best known for avant-garde music and multimedia works. Since their first official release, Meet the Residents (1974), the group has released over sixty albums, numerous music videos and short films, three CD-ROM projects, and ten DVDs. They have undertaken seven major world tours and scored multiple films. Pioneers in exploring the potential of CD-ROM and similar technologies, the Residents have won several awards for their multimedia projects. Ralph Records, a record label focusing on avant-garde music, was started by the band.

Throughout the group’s existence, the individual members have ostensibly attempted to operate under anonymity, preferring instead to have attention focused on their art output. Much outside speculation and rumor has focused on this aspect of the group. In public, the group appears silent and costumed, often wearing eyeball helmets, top hats and tuxedos—a long-lasting costume now recognized as its signature iconography.

Santa Dog is arriving a little early this year! Tune in now to hear more from the inside of Northern Louisiana’s Phenomenal Pop Combo and one of the most intriguing and successful avant-garde groups ever, The Residents!



In San Francisco by The Residents from Subterranean Modern compilation (1979)


Jailhouse Rock by The Residents from 13th Anniversary Show (1985)
Boots/Numb Erone/Guylum Bardot (excerpt) by The Residents from Meet The Residents (1974)
Swastikas On Parade (excerpt) by The Residents from Third Reich N Roll (1975)
Aircraft Damage by The Residents from Santa Dog 7″ EP (1972/2014)
Jambalaya by The Residents from Stars & Hank Forever The American Composer’s Series Vol II (1986)

Conversation with Homer & Don

Who Do You Love by Bo Diddley from Bo Diddley (1958)
36-22-36 by Bobby Bland from Here’s The Man (1962)
You Are My Sunshine by Ray Charles from A Man And His Soul (1962/1967)
I Don’t Know by James Brown from 45 single (1964)
It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World by The Residents from 45 single (1984)
Kill the Great Raven by Snakefinger & The Residents from Chewing Hides the Sound (1979)

Conversation with Homer & Don

Santa Dog ’78 by The Residents from Santa Dog ’88 Club CD (1988)
Tell Me (previously unreleased demo!) by The Residents from forthcoming “blues” album, TBA
Hello Skinny by The Residents from Duck Stab/Buster & Glen (1978)

(photo by Don Hardy)


Wax! Crackle! Pop! #86: All In The Family with Sarah Bethe Nelson & Mike Shoun

December 7, 2015
12:53 pm


San Francisco singer/songwriter Sarah Bethe Nelson (formerly of Prairie Dog) and rawk drummer pro Mike Shoun (Thee Oh Sees, Peacers, SBN) drop in and celebrate our fantastic Bay Area scene with a heaping sliver of sweet tastes for your ears. They also throw in a couple of older, essential influences to round out this family style “mix tape.” In addition to some great music, we chit-chat about the road, Tchaikovsky, t-shirts, serial killers and so much more. Tune it! IN.



Start Somewhere by Sarah Bethe Nelson from Fast-Moving Clouds (2015)
Kick On The Plane by Peacers from Peacers (2015)
Gravity Queen by Nightgown from Nightgown (2012)
Cut Me, Baby by Kelley Stoltz from In Triangle Time (2015)

Because The Night by Patti Smith Group from Easter (1978)
Oddity by The Clean from Oddities Volume 1 (1983)
Catherine Says by The Aislers Set from How I Learned to Write Backwards (2014)
Anonymous Face by Quix*o*tic from Mortal Mirror (2002)
Reelin’ by Cool Ghouls from A Swirling Fire Burning Through The Rye (2014)
Reach Out by K. Skelton from High Maintenance Diva Princess (2015)
I’m Gonna Try by Natural Child from Dancin’ With Wolves (2014)

Young Gifted and Broke by Aura Meets Lee “Scratch” Perry from Full Experience (1990)
Time And Money by Tom Heyman from That Cool Blue Feeling (2014)
Jurgeon’s Layout by Peacers from unreleased (2015)
Low Yo Yo Stuff by Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band from Clear Spot (1972)
Warm Slime (live) by Thee Oh Sees from Gonerfest (2010)

I’ll Make Love To You Anytime by Prairie Dog from The Golden Hour (2012)
Oklahoma USA by Kinks from Muswell Hillbillies (1971)
We’re Not Dead by Sarah Bethe Nelson from Fast Moving Clouds (2015)

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Wax! Crackle! Pop! #85: Leon Russell vs. Mission Of Burma or Celluloid Dreams with Harrod Blank and Roger Miller

November 30, 2015
12:40 pm

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Folks, DJ Jim G is doing things a little differently for this episode. The show is split into two for TWO AMAZING GUESTS: Filmmaker Harrod Blank and post-punk guitar legend Roger Miller!

For the first half, Harrod Blank discusses his recent travels and trials with legendary musician Leon Russell and the film, A POEM IS A NAKED PERSON, made by Harrod’s father, the late, great Les Blank. “POEM” was completed more than 40 years ago and then went unreleased due to conflicts over its creative license between Russell and Blank. Just before Les passed away in 2013, he had asked Harrod to find a way in resurrecting the film and reconnecting with Leon. Les’ wish had been fulfilled and a lost classic film is on the screen for the first time to rave reviews around the world. A POEM IS A NAKED PERSON screens on December 5 & 6 at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA)

Roger Miller joins us in the second half discussing his musical prowess for nearly five decades. Best known as the groundbreaking guitarist and one of three lead singers in Mission Of Burma, Roger is also the keyboard player in Alloy Orchestra, a unique ensemble that performs its own accompaniments to silent films of the classic movie era. Alloy Orchestra has developed an extensive repertoire of music and sounds. Along with Miller’s keyboards, percussionists Terry Donahue and Ken Winokur use an array of found objects and electronics as well as traditional percussion instruments. Alloy Orchestra will be performing live at the Castro Theatre, December 5, for TWO different films as part of the San Francisco Silent Film Festival’s Day Of Silents. We also get deep with several other Roger Miller projects, both past & present, so tune in!



Roll Away The Stone by Leon Russell from Leon Russell (1970)
Sea Cruise by Frankie Ford from Let’s Take A Sea Cruise (1959)
Get Off My Toe by Lightnin’ Hopkins from Autobiography In Blues (1960)

Interview with Harrod Blank

Tight Rope by Leon Russell from Carney (1972)
Delta Lady by Joe Cocker from Mad Dogs and Englishmen (1970)

Interview with Harrod Blank

Come On Into My Kitchen by Leon Russell from Homewood Sessions (1971)
Girl From The North Country by Joe Cocker & Leon Russell from Mad Dogs and Englishmen (1970)

Interview with Harrod Blank

Meet De Boys On The Battlefront by Wild Tchoupitoulas featuring the Neville Brothers from the film, “Always For Pleasure” (1978)
A Trip To The Moon (excerpt) by Alloy Orchestra from 1902 film, “A Trip To The Moon” (2011)

Tremelo/Peking Spring by Mission Of Burma from The Horrible Truth About Burma (1985)
Max Ernst’s Dream by Mission Of Burma from ONoffON (2002)
Man With A Movie Camera (excerpt) by Alloy Orchestra from 1929 film, “Man With A Movie Camera” (2014)

Interview with Roger Miller

Einstein’s Day by Mission Of Burma from Vs. (1982)
Film Studie by Alloy Orchestra from 1926 film, “Film Studie” (2011)

Interview with Roger Miller

Desert Oasis (scene) by Alloy Orchestra from 1926 film, “Son Of The Sheik” (2014)

Interview with Roger Miller

In The Sun by Sproton Layer from With Magnetic Fields Disrupted (1970/2011)
Lucifer Sam by Trinary System – Live at 13th Floor Lounge, Western MA (2015)

Interview with Roger Miller

All World Cowboy Romance by Mission Of Burma from Signals, Calls, and Marches (1981)
The Epicenter by Binary System from From The Epicenter (1999)

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Wax! Crackle! Pop! #84: Funky Home Cookin’ with Pam Torno

November 23, 2015
2:23 pm


Before you step out into the whirlwind of holiday travel and start giving thanks to everyone in sight, step in to our aural kitchen as DJ Pamchop, aka Pam Torno, has dished up some flavorful platters for you. Whether you look to escape or embrace Turkey Day, you can’t deny this fine spread of Funky Turkey, Soul Dressing and American Pie…



Home Cookin’ by Jr. Walker and All Stars from Home Cookin’ (1968)
Chicken Strut by The Meters from Struttin’ (1970)
Funky Turkey by The Jive Turkeys from Bread & Butter (2010)
Duck Hunt by The Mighty Imperials from Thunder Chicken (2004)
Mashed Potato Time by Dee Dee Sharp from 45 single (1962)

Soul Dressing by Booker T & the MG’s from Soul Dressing (1964)
Pass The Peas by The JB’s from Food For Thought (1972)
Fried Neckbones and Some Home Fries by Willie Bobo from Uno Sos Tres (1966)
Pots On Fiyo (File Gumbo)/Who I Got To Fall On (If The Pot Get Heavy) by Dr. John from The Sun Moon & Herbs (1971)
American Pie by Groove Holmes from American Pie (1972)
Great Pumpkin Waltz by Vince Guaraldi from Oh Good Grief! (1968)

The Airport Song by The Byrds from Preflyte (1964/1969)
It’s So Nice (To See Old Friends) by Minnie Ripperton from Perfect Angel (1974)
Grandma’s Hands by Merry Clayton from Merry Clayton (1971)
I’m Going Home (part I) by Joe Hicks from I’m Just Like You: Sly’s Stone Flower (1969/2014)
Mother-In-Law by Clarence Carter from 45 single (1973)
Blood Is Thicker Than Water by William DeVaughn from Be Thankful For What You Got (1974)

It Makes No Difference by The Band from The Last Waltz (1976)
The Night They Drive Old Dixie Down by The Band from The Last Waltz (1976)
I Thank You by Sam & Dave from 45 single (1968)

Comment by Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd Street Rhythem Band from 45 single (1969)


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Wax! Crackle! Pop! #83: Scene & Scored Take 2! Soundtracks with Dave Pehling

November 9, 2015
12:52 pm


San Francisco based DJ/photographer/writer/RAWK disciple Dave Pehling joins DJ Jim G for our second installment of Scene and Scored! Two hours of dedication toward classic and obscure film and TV soundtracks. We, more or less, pick up on where we last left it: YOU lying on the ground, breathing heavy, asking for more. We aim to please, dear listener. Enjoy!



Hello There by Cheap Trick from Over the Edge Original Soundtrack or OST (1979)
Jesus Came Driving Along by The Leather Nun from Dudes OST (1987)
The Liquidator by Shirley Bassey & Lalo Schifrin from The Liquidator OST (1965)
Main Title by Henry Mancini from Touch Of Evil OST (1958)
The Slum Creeper by Quincy Jones from The Lost Man OST (1969)
Metamorfose Amblante by Raul Seixas from City Of God OST (2002)

Me And My Rhythm Box by Anatole Gerasmov and Helena Zvereva, featuring Paula E. Sheppard from Liquid Sky OST (1983)
What Do You Know About Music, You’re Not A Lawyer by John Lurie from Down By Law OST (1984)
Diary Of A Taxi Driver by Bernard Hermann with Robert DeNiro from Taxi Driver OST (1976)
Hallucinations by Roy Budd from Get Carter OST (1970/1998)
Kungfusion by Charles Earland from Brothers Dynamite OST (1973)
Making It (excerpt) by Peter Boyle and Mary Case from Joe Speaks (1970)
Fritz The Cat by Ed Bogas And Ray Shanklin from Fritz The Cat OST (1972)
Mamblues by Cal Tjader from Fritz The Cat OST (1972)
Coffy Is The Color by Roy Ayers from Coffy OST (1973)
Theme From Police Woman by Birchwood Pops Orchestra from TV Hits Vol II (1977)

Way Out There by Carter Burwell from Raising Arizona OST (1987)
The Duke Arrives/Barricade by John Carpenter & Alan Howarth from Escape From New York OST (1981)
Intro/Main Title by Fred Myrow and Malcolm Seagrave from Phantasm OST (1979)
Executive Party by Andre Previn from Rollerball OST (1975)
Theme From Space: 1999 by Barry Gray from Space: 1999 OST (1976)
Dr. Goldfoot and The Girl Bombs by The Mad Doctors from Dr. Goldfoot and The Girl Bombs OST (1966)
Stone Is A Trip by Billy Green from Stone Take The Trip 7″ EP (1974/2010)
Green Hornet’s Theme by Al (He’s The King) Hirt from The Horn Meets The Hornet (1966)
Brother (Title) by Adam Wade & Johnny Pate from Brother On The Run OST (1973)

Our Mother Is Alive by Stewart Copeland from Rumble Fish OST (1983)
Clydie King Adlibs Rehearsal (The Long Goodbye) by John Williams & Clydie King from The Long Goodbye OST (1973/2012)


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Wax! Crackle! Pop! #82: It’s Schaufensterpuppen, Dummy

November 4, 2015
9:30 am


November kicks off with a mix of solid tunes that Jim G hopes serves you well. We got our first real rain in San Francisco in months and all the mortals by the bay couldn’t be happier. Bracing for El Niño now as the first Autumn storm provides the best vibe for some of our favorite artists.



RockWrok by Ultravox from Ha! Ha! Ha! (1977)
Your Hidden Dreams by White Noise from An Electric Storm (1969)
Always Crashing The Same Car by David Bowie from Low (1977)
Schaufensterpuppen (Showroom Dummies) by Kraftwerk from Trans Europa Express (1977)
The Paw Paw Negro Blowtorch by Eno with The Winkies from BBC Session 2/19/74, Floating In Sequence (198?)

Ballad Of The New Things by The Instant Automations from Not So Deep As A Well (1980)
Revolt Into Style by Bill Nelson’s Red Noise from 45 single (1979)
In The Air by Maximum Joy from 7″ single (1982)
It’s Obvious by Au Pairs from Playing With A Different Sex (1981)
Love Like Anthrax by Gang of Four from Fast Product Compilation (1979)

Either You Or Me by Jorma Bare & Movie Bare from Lollipop Gold (2011)
Winterthern by O-Type from Darling (1988)
Archangels Thunderbird by Amon Düül II from Live In London (1974)
The Last Time by The Andrew Oldham Orchestra from The Rolling Stones Songbook (1965)
Jacaranda by Luiz Bonfá from Jacaranda (1973)
I’ve Got Mine by Mike Cooper from Trout Steel (1970)

Impossible Love by Sarah Bethe Nelson from Fast Moving Clouds (2015)
Till Today by The Rose Garden from The Rose Garden (1968)
Till The Day After by Merry-Go-Round from Best of Merry Go Round (1967/1985)
(Tell me) Have You Ever Seen Me by Small Faces from There Are But Four Small Faces (1967)

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Wax! Crackle! Pop! #81: Ghosts, Psycho Zombies and Satan! Satan! Satan!

October 26, 2015
2:03 pm


It’s gonna get real freaky in here real fast, Listener. DJ Jim G takes a stab at this year’s Halloween spooktacular offering splatter after splatter of horror hits in both the figurative and literal vein. The creep is in the cellar and we’re gonna let him in…



Ghost Story by John Cale from Vintage Violence (1970)
Ghost Satellite by Ben & Jerry from 45 single (1958)
Sinister Exaggerator by The Residents from Duck Stab/Buster & Glen (1978)
There’s A Ghost In My House by The Fall from The “Domesday Pay-Off” Triad-Plus! (1987)
Ghost Train by Electro-Tones from 45 single (1961)
You Must Be A Witch by Lollipop Shoppe from Nuggets Volume 12: Punk Part Three (1968/1985)

Mr. Ghost Goes To Town by The Five Jones Boys from Lux & Ivy’s Favorites (1938)
Haunted House by Cris Kevin from 45 single (1959)
Ghost Rider by Suicide from Suicide (1977)
Psycho by Eddie Noack from 45 single (1968)
Big Zombie by Mekons from Edge Of The World (1986)
I Walked With A Zombie by Roky Erickson And The Aliens from Roky Erickson And The Aliens (1980)
Do The Zombie by The Symbols from Lux & Ivy’s Favorites (196?)
I Was A Teenage Werewolf by The Cramps from Songs The Lord Taught Us (1980)

The Bat by The Ventures from (The) Ventures In Space (1963)
Making Love To A Vampire With A Monkey On My Knee by Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band from Doc At The Radar Station (1980)
Dinner With Drac by John Zacherle “The Cool Ghoul” (1958)
Vampire Blues by Neil Young from On The Beach (1974)
Haunted House Blues by Mance Lipscomb from Texas Country Blues: Texas Songster Vol. 5 (1969/2002)
The Quick And The Dead by Andi Sex Gang from Phenomena OST (1985)
Creature Eternal by Chrome from Half Machine Lip Moves (1979)
Georgetown / Tubular Bells by Mike Oldfield from The Exorcist OST (1974)

Satan Is Real Again by Country Teasers from Satan Is Real Again (1996)
Dream by Christopher Komeda from Rosemary’s Baby OST (1968)
Satan Is Boring by Sonic Youth from Death Valley 69 EP (1985)
Prayin’ To Satan by Tomorrow’s Gift from Tomorrow’s Gift (1970)
The Ballad Of Dwight Fry by Alice Cooper from Love It To Death (1971)
Profundo Rosso by Goblin from 7″ single/Deep Red OST (1975)

Children Of The Grave by Black Sabbath from Master Of Reality (1971)

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Wax! Crackle! Pop! #80: Seven Inches of Angst!

October 19, 2015
1:40 pm


Where my Gen X’ers at!? Rocktober continues here in full effect as DJ Jim G sheds light on a nearly forgotten corner of his record collection, 7″ EP’s and singles from underground noise rock, grunge and “budget rock” bands (mostly ca. 1990-1995). A dent was barely made this time around, but the early 90’s are alive and well here. Deeper excavating to continue…



Salad Days by Minor Threat from Salad Days 7″ EP (1985)
Mirrors by Inside Out from 7″ single (1990)
In The Ghetto by S.W.A.T. from The Soundtrack To The New Police State 7″ (1994)
White Boy by White Kaps from Salad Daze 7″ EP (1992)
Little Debbie by Surgery from 7″ single (1992)

“30/60″ by Holy Cow from 7″ single (1992)
State Of Grace by Mr. Wrong from Fights The System 7″ (1994)
Twilight Pink by Phleg Camp from 7″ single (1992)
I Am A Child by Burning Ambitions from Kim 7″ (1992)
Big Beat Jesus Cheat by Pink Kross from 7″ EP (1994)
Cops by The Lepers from Coitus Interruptus 7″ (1979)

Sweet Talker by Bedlam Rovers with Gary Floyd from Danny Boy 7″ (1991)
Zapatos by Bottle from 7″ single (1995)
Piggy by Crispy Nuts from Life 7″ (1997)
Shove by L7 from 7″ single (1990)
Fight by The Derelicts from Don’t Wanna Live double 7″ (1991)
You Stupid Asshole by Mudhoney from split 7″ with Gas Huffer (1992)
Sacrifice by Melvins from Lysol (1992)
Broken Nose by Strangulated Beatoffs from Lick My Butthole 7″ (1990)

Are You A Boy (Or Are You A Girl)? by The Countbackwurds from Rip It Up 7″ (1995)
She Devil On Wheels by The Demonics from 7″ single (2000)
Kansas City Milkman by The Honeymoon Killers from 7″ single (1991)
Black Throat by Boss Hog from Action Box double 7″ (1991)
Stronger Than Dirt by The Mummies from 7″ single (1992)
Out Of Sight by Teengenerate from 7″ single (1995)

Chemistry by Red Krayola from 7″ single (1996)
Twilight by Fields Of Gaffney from 7” single (2000)

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Wax! Crackle! Pop! #79: That’s When I Reach For My Autumn Sweater

October 14, 2015
10:13 am


Autumn aka Fall is in full effect here in the Bay Area. While that means full sunshiny days, seriously warm temps and not much change in leaf color, there is a chill that creeps in after a certain hour and a shift in our surroundings to let us know winter will be here before long. Whether you’re a west coast native, mid-western/easterner transplant or from somewhere else, DJ Jim G bets Autumn will represent something lavish in your mind. Rocktober has arrived…



Are You Ready by October Cherries from 45 single (1971)
Cherry Red by The Monkeywrench from Electric Children (2000)
Dead Leaves And The Dirty Ground by The White Stripes from White Blood Cells (2001)
Autumn Sweater (Remixed By Kevin Shields) by Yo La Tengo from Autumn Sweater Maxi-Single (1997)
To Here Knows When by My Bloody Valentine from Loveless (1991)

Cold Chills by John Lee Hooker from The Blues (1960)
Autumn’s Child by Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band from Safe As Milk (1967)
The Garden Is Open by The Fugs from Tenderness Junction (1967)
Autumn In Empire by Idyll Swords from Idyll Swords (1999)
The Fairest Of Seasons by Nico from Chelsea Girl (1967)
Return Of The Spiders by Alice Cooper from Easy Action (1970)
Dark Side by The Shadows Of Knight from Gloria (1966)

Seasons: One Mind Winter/Summer/Ninth Ghost by Rahsaan Roland Kirk from Prepare Thyself To Deal With A Miracle (1973)
October by Sun Ra And His Astro Infinity Arkestra from The Singles (195?/1996)
Coffin Maker by Chrissy Zebby Tembo & Ngozi Family from My Ancestors (197?/2008)

Fast Moving Clouds by Sarah Bethe Nelson from Fast Moving Clouds (2015)
Red Anvil by Condorosa from Condorosa (2015)
Brother And Sister by The Gun Club from Miami (1982)
Middle Of The Night by Divine Horsemen from Devil’s River (1986)

Autumn Wine by Unicorn from Blue Pine Trees (1974)
Autumn Lullaby by Bart Davenport from Searching For Bart Davenport (2011)

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