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Artist Song Album Label Comments New Comp
Miriam Makeba Pata Pata Miriam Makeba South African singer and civil rights activist, nicknamed Mama Africa
The Magnetic Fields The Luckiest Guy On The Lower East Side 69 Love Songs Merge 1999
Jean Knight Mr. Big Stuff Mr. Big Stuff/ Why I Keep Living These Memorie 7" Stax 1971
The O'Jays The Air I Breathe Ship Ahoy Philadelphia International Records 1973; PHILLLLLLLYYYY
Renaissance Carpet Of The Sun Ashes Are Burning Sovereign 1973
Morrissey My Love Life The World Of Morrissey Parlophone 1995; compilation album of singles, etc.
Paul Simon Under African Skies Graceland Warner 1986; features guest vocals from singer Linda Ronstadt
The Magnetic Fields Old Orchard Beach The Wayward Bus PoPuP Records 1992; 2nd album; All vocals by Susan Anway
Gene Wilder Pure Imagination Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory Written by Leslie Briscusse
The Beatles Sun King Abbey Road Apple 1969; R.I.P. George Martin
The Frogs Smile The Frogs Mokai 1988
Al Stewart You Should Have Listened to Al Love Chronicles CBS Records 1969; Scottish
Jonathan Richman He Gave Us The Wine To Taste It Not So Much To Be Loved As To Love Vapor 2004
Lou Reed I'm So Free Transformer RCA 1972
Robyn Hitchcock It's A Mystic Trip Invisible Hitchcock Glass Fish 1986
Robyn Hitchcock Ole! Tarantula Ole! Tarantula Yep Roc 2006; 16th studio album
The Frogs Funhouse The Frogs Mokai 1988
Brian Eno & John Cale Lay My Love Wrong Way Up All Saints Records 1990
Frankie Beverley and The Butlers Love (Your Pain Goes Deep) If That's What You Wanted / Love (Your Pain Goes Deep) Gamble 1968 "The Sound Of Philadelphia" THE PHILLY SOUND
MC5 I Can Only Give You Everything '66 Breakout Psych garage rock from Lincoln Park, Michigan, formed in 1964
Calexico Corona Convict Pool EP Quarterstick Records 2004; Arizona Tex-Mex rock band with mariachi musicians. Cover- Song is by American punk rock trio Minutemen from the album Double Nickels on the Dime, which was composed by the band's lead singer and guitarist D. Boon
Orange Juice Bridge Texas Fever Polydor 1984
Bobby Conn and The Glass Gypsies We Come In Peace The Homeland Thrill Jockey 2004
The Soft Boys Song #4 Underwater Moonlight Armageddon 1980
Steely Dan Josie Aja ABC 1977
Gary Wilson Hold Back the Daylight Mary Had Brown Hair Stones Throw 2004; experimental musician/performance artist best known for his 1977 album You Think You Really Know Me, after which he promptly retired from recording and performing concerts. He slowly gained a strong cult following during the 1980s and 1990s, and in the early 2000s became active again. His hometown of Endicott, NY features prominently in his songs, and many of his songs are confessional, self-reflective, and obsess over ex-girlfriends and crushes. His performances involve elaborate costumes.
Caravan If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You Decca 1970; 2nd studio album;
Sparks Tips For Teens Whomp That Sucker RCA 1981; 10th studio album
XTC Easter Theatre Apple Venus Volume 1 Cooking Vinyl 1999; 13th studio album
Gal Costa Modinha Para Gabriela Meu Nome E Gal Philips du Brasil
Tommy James & The Shondells Crimson and Clover Crimson and Clover Roulette 1969
Yo La Tengo You Can Have It All And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside Out Matador 2000
The Go-Betweens You Won't Find It Again 1978-1990 Beggars Banquet Records
Slapp Happy/Henry Cow Strayed Desperate Straights ReR
The Clash Rudie Can't Fail London Calling CBS Records 1979
Desperate Bicycles Smokescreen Messthetics #8 Hyped2Death English punk band Desperate Bicycles pioneered the do-it-yourself ethic of punk, adopting a proselytising role exemplified by their ardent exhortation: "it was easy, it was cheap – go and do it!" C
The Pyramids To Sir, With Love Skinhead Moonstomp Trojan Records a ska and reggae band from the United Kingdom, originating in the late 1960s, when Frank Pitter and Michael Thomas founded the band as The Bees. The band's name was originally spelled Simaryp, which is an approximate reversal of the word pyramids.
Desmond Dekker Keep A Cool Head Action! Lagoon 1968 Jamaican rock-steady/ska singer-songwriter-composer Desmond Dekker composed all the songs
The Soft Boys He's A Reptile Underwater Moonlight Armageddon 1980
Lou Reed Goodnight Ladies Transformer RCA 1972
Yoko Ono with Sparks Give Me Something Yes, I'm a Witch Too Manimal 2016 *
Tortoise Shake Hands With Danger The Catastrophist Thrill Jockey 2016 *