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Artist Song Album Label Comments New Comp
The Hidden Cameras Ban Marriage The Smell of Our Own Rough Trade 2003
Lilys Will My Lord Be Gardening? Precollection Medusa 2003; PHILLY
Starlet In The Disco Stay On My Side Parasol 1999; Sweden
The Beatles Flying Magical Mystery Tour Parlophone 1967
Archer Prewitt Raise On High White Sky Carrot Top Records 1999; 2nd solo album; American musician and cartoonist associated with the independent music scene in Chicago. Member of The Sea & Cake, The Coctails & other bands. Prewitt is a freelance illustrator, cartoonist, and comic book colorist. His first professional illustrations were for the Kansas City Star while he still lived there. In 1992, he started drawing and self-publishing his Sof' Boy mini-comic, while also working as a colorist for Marvel Comics. Sof' Boy has subsequently been published by Kitchen Sink Press and Fantagraphics Books. Another Prewitt character is Funny Bunny, who has made several appearances in diverse publications. Prewitt's work has appeared in Zero Zero, Drawn and Quarterly, Timothy McSweeney's Quarterly Concern, and BLAB!.
Jacqueline Taieb 7:00 A.M. Girls In The Garage, Pt. 3 Romulan Records French singer and songwriter of Tunisian descent. She achieved her greatest success as a pop and yé-yé singer in France in the 1960s. Taïeb arrived in France with her parents at age eight. She began composing songs with her guitar at 12[1] and in 1966 was discovered by a talent scout while Taïeb was singing with friends. After arriving in Paris, she was signed to Impact Records and released the song "7 heures du matin" in 1967, which became her biggest French hit. She was subsequently voted Best Newcomer at the inaugural Midem music festival in Cannes for the song. The song was about a teenage girl who fantasizes about Paul McCartney. In the early 1970s, Taïeb took a break from recording. In 1988, she penned the song "Ready to Follow You", which became an international hit for American singer Dana Dawson. The single sold more than 500,000 copies, and the album sold 300,000 in France alone. C
Linda Thorson Here I Am Here I Am
Petula Clark I Know A Place I Know A Place Pye Records 1965; In the UK, the album was released as The New Petula Clark Album, a name which was dropped during later re-releases to prevent confusion among record-buyers.
Stereo Total Partir ou Mourir Total Pop Le Grand Magistery Berlin-based multilingual, French-German duo comprising Françoise Cactus (born Françoise Van Hove and formerly co-leader of the West Berlin band Les Lolitas) and Brezel ('pretzel') Göring (aka Friedrich von Finsterwalde, born Friedrich Ziegler). Both Cactus and Göring sing and play multiple instruments. When they appear on stage as a duo, Cactus frequently plays drums while Göring plays guitar and synth; at other times the touring band has included additional musicians such as Angie Reed.
The Feelies Fa Ce-La Crazy Rhythms Stiff Records 1980; debut; from Haledon, New Jersey
Erkin Koray Whatcha Gonna Do About It Erkin Koray 2 Turkish singer-songwriter, guitarist and one of the pioneers of Anatolian rock, a fusion of Turkish folk and rock music. It emerged during the mid-1960s, soon after rock groups such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Yes, Status Quo and Omega became popular in Turkey. Examples of this style include Turkish musicians such as Cem Karaca, Barış Manço, Erkin Koray, Fikret Kızılok, Cahit Oben, Selçuk Alagöz, Edip Akbayram alongside bands such as Moğollar, Silüetler, Kurtalan Ekspres, Grup Çığrışım, Grup Çağrışım, Mavi Işıklar, Apaşlar, Kaygısızlar, Haramiler, Modern Folk Üçlüsü and Kardaşlar. Today, Anatolian rock includes music derived from both traditional Turkish folk music and rock.
Blackalicious Blazing Arrow Blazing Arrow MCA Records 2002; Samples from "Me & My Arrow" by Harry Nilsson, from the 1970s children's film "The Point"
Gal Costa Meu Nome E Gal Gal-1969 Philips do Brasil 1969; integral musician in the Brazilian 1960s Tropicalismo Movement
The Fall Why Are People Grudgeful? The Infotainment Scan Permanent/Matador 1993; 15th studio album
Thee Oh Sees Withered Hand Mutilator Defeated At Last Castle Face 2015 *
Erase Errata 1 Minute/Marathon Other Animals Troubleman 2001; Debut; Jenny Hoyston awesomeness
Titus Andronicus Fatal Flaw The Most Lamentable Tragedy Merge 2015; NEW JERSEY- Glen Rock; rock opera *
Tough Age Snakes & Ladders I Get the Feeling Central Mint 2015 *
The Cats Lying In State Grave Desecrator + 4 Forward Fast 2015; PHILLY *
Stalins of Sound Rules for Your Mouth Tank Tracks Slovenly 2014; San Diego synth-punk; debut album
The Faint Glass Danse Danse Macabre Saddle Creek 2001; 3rd studio album
The Associates Nude Spoons Sulk Beggars Banquet 1982; Scottish new wave act, formed in Dundee in 1976. They were known for the distinctive voice of singer Billy Mackenzie
Herbert Weixelbaum Tanzmusik 8-bit Operators: A Tribute to the Music of Kraftwerk Astralwerks 2007 C
Liberace Kitten on the Keys Liberace By Candlelight Władziu Valentino Liberace
Charles Trenet Il Pleut Dans Ma Chambre La Mer French singer and songwriter. He was most famous for his recordings from the late 1930s until the mid-1950s, though his career continued through the 1990s. In an era in which it was unusual for singers to write their own material, Trenet wrote prolifically and declined to record any but his own songs. 1913-2001
Rosetta Howard If You're a Viper Men Are Like Street Cars: Women Blues Singers 1928-1969 MCA American blues singer, who recorded in the 1930s and 1940s. Little is known of her life. She was born in Chicago. She moved into singing by joining in with jukebox selections at the club where she worked. Around 1932 she began singing professionally with Jimmie Noone and other bandleaders. From 1937 she made a number of recordings with The Harlem Hamfats, including her paean to marijuana, "If You're a Viper", and the ribald "Let Your Linen Hang Low". C
Count Basie Vine Street Rumble The Swingin' Machine Live American jazz pianist, organist, bandleader, and composer. His mother taught him to play the piano and he started performing in his teens. Dropping out of school, he learned to operate lights for vaudeville and to improvise accompaniment for silent films at a local movie theater in his home town of Red Bank, New Jersey. By 16 he increasingly played jazz piano at parties, resorts and other venues. In 1924 he went to Harlem, where his performing career expanded; he toured with groups to the major jazz cities of Chicago, St. Louis and Kansas City. In 1929 he joined Bennie Moten's band in Kansas City, and played with them until Moten's death in 1935. He led his own jazz orchestra for almost 50 years, creating innovations like the use of two "split" tenor saxophones, emphasizing the rhythm section, riffing with a big band, using arrangers to broaden their sound, and others. Many musicians came to prominence under his direction, including the tenor saxophonists Lester Young and Herschel Evans, the guitarist Freddie Green, trumpeters Buck Clayton and Harry "Sweets" Edison and singers Jimmy Rushing and Joe Williams. Basie's theme songs were "One O'Clock Jump", developed in 1935 in the early days of his band, and later "April in Paris".
The Feelies Raised Eyebrows Crazy Rhythms Stiff Records 1980; NEW JERSEY
Radio Birdman Murder City Nights Radios Appear Trafalgar 1977; Aussies