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Artist Song Album Label Comments New Request Comp
Janis Joplin Summertime Cheap Thrills Columbia
David Bowie Sunday Heathen ISO 2002
Sparks She's an Anchorman Rare Sparks Japan
The Tiger Lillies Slough The Brothel to the Cemetery 1996
Sylvie Vartan Zum zum zum Zum zum zum / Baby Capone 7" RCA Victor 1968
Asha Bhosle Saiyan Re Saiyan Doob Doob O Rama 2: More Filmsongs From Bollywood QDK From the soundtrack to the 1970 film Hindi-language thriller film starring Rajesh Khanna and Nanda "The Train" C
Billy Paul False Faces First Class Philadelphia International Records 1979; PHILLY
Radio Birdman I-94 Burn My Eye 1976
Bola de Nieve Ay Amor Bola de Nieve Areito 1969; Born in 1911 as Ignacio Jacinto Villa Fernández, was a Cuban singer-pianist and songwriter who was black and openly gay. He worked as a chauffeur and played piano for silent films until his friend Rita Montaner took him on as an accompanist in the early 1930s. After Montaner returned to Cuba, Villa Fernández remained in Mexico and developed an original performance style as a pianist and singer. He was an elite rather than a popular figure, a sophisticated cabaret stylist known for ironic patter, subtle musical interpretation, with a repertoire that included songs in French, English, Catalan, Portuguese and Italian.
Tindersticks For Those Donkeys 92-97
Angel Corpus Christi Candy White Courtesy Phone Almo Sounds 1994
Thin Lips Gaslight Anthem (The Song Not the Band) Chosen Family Lame-O 2018; PHILLY; Playing WPRB Presents show on Saturday, 9/8 ! *
Nico I'll Keep It With Mine Chelsea Girl Verve 1967; Debut
Beach Boys I'm Waiting for the Day Pet Sounds Capitol 1966; noted for its jazz chords, doo-wop progression, timpani blasts, English horn, flutes, and string arrangement
The Magnetic Fields It's A Crime 69 Love Songs Merge 2000
The Kirby Sisters Red Velvet Good Girls Gone Bad Ace
Jonathan Richman You Can't Talk to the Dude I, Jonathan Rounder 1992; 4th solo album; "Your sense of humor has gotten worse Now that you live with a guy who can't converse."
Jacques Brel Funeral Tango (Le Tango Funebre) Jacques Brel Is Alive And Well And Living In Paris Original 1968 off-Broadway soundtrack recording. Composition by Jacques Brel Mort Shuman Gérard Jouannest Eric Blau Wolfgang Knittel
Adrian Belew What Do You Know (Part 1 & 2) Op Zop Too Wah Passenger 1996
Cheer-Accident The Reenactment Enduring the American Dream Pravda Records 1997
Davan Korolic & Delia Tien I Hear Voices Astralwerks 2002
Melody's Echo Chamber Cross My Heart Bon Voyage Fat Possum 2018 *
Eternal Summers Forever Mine Every Day It Feels Like I'm Dying Nevado 2018 *
Sonic Blume All Things You Say Beach Karma 2018 *
Frankie Cosmos Apathy Vessel Sub Pop 2018 *
Lump May I Be the Light Lump Dead Oceans 2018 *
Laurie Anderson O Superman (For Massenet) Big Science 1982; Debut
King Crimson Elephant Talk Discipline EG 1981
Simon Bookish Alsatian Dog Everything/Everything Tomlab 2008
Sparks The Decline and Fall of Me Angst In My Pants 1982
Joan Armatrading Drop the Pilot The Key A&M 1983; HELL YEAH
The Clean Billy Two Boodle, Boodle, Boodle Flying Nun Records 1981; New Zealand
Tracey Ullman They Don't Know About Us You Broke My Heart in 17 Places Stiff Records 1983; Debut
Mama Cass Elliot MAKE YOUR OWN KIND OF MUSIC Bubblegum, Lemonade and Something for Mama Dunhill 1969; 2nd solo album
Linda Thorson Here I Am Here I Am / Better Than Losing You W&G Records 1968; same Linda Thorson who played main character Tara King in the original British espionage series "The Avengers"
Petula Clark You Better Come Home You'd Better Come Home / Heart Pye Records 1965
The B-52's Planet Claire The B-52's 1979; Debut album; Uses the base theme from the Mancini score to the American 1960s private-eye show "Peter Gunn"
Modest Mouse It Always Rains On A Picnic Sad Sappy Sucker K Records
Julia Vorontsova Picnic From St. Petersburg With Love Abaton Book Co.
Fabio Frizzi Violenza La Pelle
Bill Nelson Another Kiss for Your Slender Neck Pavilions Of The Heart And Soul Cocteau Records 1984
Albert Marcoeur Les Gonfleurs De Bicyclette Sports Et Percussions Disques Concord 1994; Has been referred to as "the French Frank Zappa"
Godley & Creme It's Cool, Cool, Cool In The Morning Consequences Mercury 1977
Momus The Anthem Of Shibuya Ping Pong Le Grand Magistery 1997
John Maus Believer We Must Become The Pitiless Censors Of Ourselves Ribbon Music 2011; 3rd studio album
Steve Reich, Manhattan Marimba Quartet, Nexus Six Marimbas Sextet, Six Marimbas Nonesuch 1992; Six Marimbas is a re-scoring of Reich's Six Pianos (1973), one of his most mechanically oriented pieces.
Cheer-Accident Caboose Fades Skin Graft 2018 *
King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard Crumbling Castle Polygondwanaland ATO 2017
Magazine Definitive Gaze Real Life Virgin 1978; Debut
Suicide Cheree Suicide Red Star 1977; Debut
Warren Zevon Something Bad Happened to a Clown Mutineer Giant 1995; 9th studio album. "She doesn't think he's very funny anymore. Footprints in the sawdust leading to the edge of town." R
Linda Perhacs Chinicum Rain Parallelograms Kapp Records 1970; Debut
Clinic Goodnight Georgie Internal Wrangler Domino 2000; Debut
King Crimson I Talk to the Wind In The Court Of The Crimson King Island 1969; Debut
Joni Mitchell Amelia Hejira Asylum 1976; 8th studio album. Described by her as almost an exact account of her experience in the desert after a break-up. The song incorporates the story of a desert journey, AKA: a "hejira," with the story of Amelia Earhart's mysterious disappearance during her flight over the Pacific. Said Joni: ""I was thinking of Amelia Earhart and addressing it from one solo pilot to another... sort of reflecting on the cost of being a woman and having something you must do."
Kate Bush Cloudbusting Hounds of Love EMI 1985
Marianne Faithfull The Ballad Of Lucy Jordan Broken English Island 1979; Song written by Shel Silverstein
Laura Nyro Captain St. Lucifer New York Tendaberry Columbia 1969