with Lizbot

Monkey. Robot.

Artist Song Album Label Comments New
XTC Easter Theatre Apple Venus Vol. 1 Cooking Vinyl 1999; 13th studio album
Archer Prewitt Raise On High White Sky Carrot Top Records 2nd solo album; member of The Sea & Cake and The Coctails
The Ladybug Transistor Rushes of Pure Spring Beverly Atonale Merge
Donovan To Try for the Sun Turquoise / To Try For the Sun Hickory Records 1966; about Donovan's early days in Hatfield with his friend, the sculptor and songwriter Gypsy Dave, (David John Mills)
Linda Perhacs Morning Colors Parallelograms Kapp Records 1970
Mia Doi Todd Sunday Afternoon Come Out of Your Mine City Zen 1999
Stephin Merritt In the Spring, When I Was Young Showtunes Nonesuch 2006; A collection of songs from the collaboration between Stephin Merritt and Chinese theatre director Chen Shi-zheng on three operas: "Orphan Zhao," "Peach Blossom Fan," & "My Life as a Fairy Tree"
Baby Dee April Day The Robin's Tiny Throat Durtro / Jnana 2007
The Mountain Goats Chinese Rifle Song Protein Source Of The Future...Now! Ajax 1999
The Magnetic Fields Living in an Abandoned Firehouse With You Distant Plastic Trees PoPuP 1991; Debut album; Susan Anway vocals
The Ladybug Transistor Today Knows The Albemarle Sound Merge
The Clientele An Hour Before the Light A Fading Summer EP March 2000
Mirah The Place The Old Days Feeling
Midori Takada & Masahiko Satoh Jyomuran Lunar Cruise WRWTFWW 2017 *
Tommy James & The Shondells Church Street Soul Revival It's A New Vibration
The Lilys Will My Lord Be Gardening Precollection Manifesto 2003; Philly
Billie Holiday Some Other Spring Lady Sings the Blues Clef 1956
Arthur Askey It's Spring Again The Bee Song Private Eye magazine in the 1970s regularly made the comment that he and the Queen Mother had "never been seen in the same room together", referring to the fact that they were about the same age and height and suggesting that the Queen Mother was Askey in drag.
Annette Hanshaw Telling It To The Daisies My Inspiration Is You Jazz-Age singer popular in 1930s radio. In her ten-year recording career, she recorded about 250 sides. She was known as "The Personality Girl", and her trademark was saying "That's all" in a cheery voice at the end of many of her records.
Shugo Tokumaru Lahaha Port Entropy Polyvinyl 2010