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Artist Song Album Label Comments New
Brian Eno Dead Finks Don't Talk Here Come the Warm Jets Island 1974; solo debut
Gary Numan Slowcar to China Dance Beggars Banquet 1981; 3rd solo album
Dali's Car His Box The Waking Hour Paradox 1984; only album. side project of Peter Murphy of Bauhaus and Mick Karn of Japan
Pierrot Lunaire Gudrun Gudrun IT Records 1977
Tortoise Gigantes Beacons Of Ancestorship Thrill Jockey 2009
Make A Rising Hi Vibrating Life Wounded Fhealer Series: Part One 2014; Philly-based band by way of L.A. & elsewhere. Make A Rising is: Jesse Moynihan, Justin Moynihan, John Heron, Andrew Ciccone Guest Musicians: Dan Scofield - Saxophone Hellen Jo - Cello Ako Castuera - Vocals
Cheer-Accident I Don't Want It Back Fades
Mogollar Hicaz Mandira Mogollar Diskotur 1976; highly influential in Turkish psych, AKA: "Anatolian rock. " Formed in 1967
Michael Cole and Michael Jessett with Rick Jones Fingerbobs Theme Fingerbobs BBC British children's television program that aired on the BBC in 1976 and featured a puppet mouse, "Fingermouse," Gulliver - a seagull, Scampi, (several prawns on one hand,) and Flash, a tortoise.
Erkin Koray Aska Inanmiyorum Same-Istanbul
The Meters Oh, Calcutta! Look-Ka Py Py Josie 1970
Michael Cole and Michael Jessett with Rick Jones Enoch Makes The Wheel Fingerbobs BBC
Mogollar Karsiki Yayla Mogollar
Angelo Michajlov Divka Na Kosteti Saxana - The Girl On The Broomstick "The Girl on the Broomstick" is a 1972 Czechoslovak fantasy-comedy film directed by Vaclav Vorlícek that tells the story of a teenage witch, Saxana, facing 300 years detention for failing her classes, escapes to the human world with the help of a school janitor. Once in the human school, the other students convince her to turn the faculty into rabbits. A sequel was released in 2011, which follows Saxana's daughter.
Uz Jsme Doma Nemilovany Zvet Nemilovany Zvet Skoda Records Czech punk/prog/experimental band that has been around since they formed in the Czech border town Teplice in 1985. Nemilovany Zvet means "Unloved World" in Czech.
Etron Fou Leloublan Hors De Son Monde Face Aux Elements Dechaines Gazul Records French weirdos.
Raymond Scott POWERHOUSE Powerhouse / The Toy Trumpet Brunswick Records 1937; One of the most innovative Jazz composers of his time. This piece is associated with the classic Warner Bros. assembly line cartoons. Everything in life is either powerhouse, or a dog dragging its butt across the carpet.
Ananda Shankar Streets Of Calcutta Ananda Shankar And His Music His Master's Voice 1975
Uz Jsme Doma Polykat Hollywood Skoda Records
Snakefinger What Wilbur? Chewing Hides The Sound Ralph Records
Sema 4 Up Down Around Up Down Around EP Pollen Records 1979
The Walker Brothers Nite Flights Nite Flights GTO 1978; 6th
The Associates Bap De La Bap Sulk Beggars Banquet 1982; 2nd studio album. Scottish rock band, formed in Dundee in 1979 by singer Billy Mackenzie and guitarist Alan Rankine. They first gained recognition by releasing a cover of David Bowie's "Boys Keep Swinging"
Magazine Motorcade Real Life Virgin 1978; Debut
The Dreebs De Beers Forest of a Crew Ramp Local 2018 *
Lala Lala Spy The Lamb Hardly Art 2018 *
Mirah Sundial Understanding Absolute Magnitude 2018 *
Roy Montgomery (featuring Purple Pilgrims) Mirage Suffuse Grapefruit 2018; Featuring sister singing duo Purple Pilgrims *
Beak> The Brazilian >>> Invada 2018 *
Ron Geesin Enterbrain Exit Miniatures Cherry Red
Alejandro Vinao An Imaginary Orchestrina Miniatures Cherry Red
Quentin Crisp Stop the Music for a Minute Miniatures Cherry Red
Simon Desorgher Tetrad Miniatures Cherry Red
Ralph Steadman Sweetest Love Miniatures Cherry Red
Pete Challis & Phil Diplock My Way Miniatures Cherry Red
Robert Wyatt Rangers In the Night Miniatures Cherry Red
Stinky Winkles Opus 5 Opus 5
Mary Longford Body Language Body Language
Alarm Will Sound The Desert Music: V. Fast Steve Reich: Tehillim/ The Desert Music Steve Reich: Tehillim/ The Desert Music Cantaloupe Music 2002; Tehillim is a Steve Reich composition written in 1981. The title comes from the Hebrew word for "psalms", and the work is the first to reflect Reich's Jewish heritage. It is in four parts, marked fast, fast, slow and fast. In its standard chamber version Tehillim is scored for four women's voices (one high soprano, two lyric sopranos and one alto), piccolo, flute, oboe, English horn, two clarinets, six percussion (playing small tuned tambourines without jingles, clapping, maracas, marimba, vibraphone and crotales), two electric organs, two violins, viola, cello and bass. The voices, winds and strings are amplified in performance.
Synth Sisters w/ Euphoria EM Records 2018; Osaka-based Japanese synth duo *