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Artist Song Album Label Comments New Request
Scott Walker Montague Terrace (In Blue) Scott Philips 1967
Nina Simone Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood Four Women
Tim Buckley Pleasant Street Goodbye and Hello Elektra 1967
The Chameleons Less Than Human Script of the Bridge Statik 1983; Debut
Felt Templeroy Crumbling the Antiseptic Beauty Cherry Red 1982; Debut
Tom Waits More Than Rain Frank's Wild Years Island 1987; 9th studio album
Nico Muhly The Only Tune: I. The Two Sisters Mothertongue Bedroom Community 2008; Based on a Northumbrian murder ballad that recounts the tale of a girl drowned by her sister. It is first known to have appeared on a broadside in 1656 as "The Miller and the King's Daughter." At least 21 English variants exist under several names, including "Minnorie" or "Binnorie", "The Cruel Sister", "The Wind and Rain", "Dreadful Wind and Rain", "Two Sisters", "The Bonny Swans" and the "Bonnie Bows of London". The ballad was collected by Francis J. Child (Child 10) and is also listed in the Roud Folk Song Index.
Marianne Nowottny The Bell Ringer Afraid of Me Abaton Book Company 1999; NJ
Etron Fou Leloublan Face a l'Extravagante Montee des Ascenceurs, Nous Resterons Fideles a Notre Calme Determination Les Trois Fou's Perdegagnent (Au Pays Des...) 9H 17 Productions 1978
Julia Holter I Shall Love 2 Aviary Domino 2018 *
Jessica Moss Fractals - Truth 4 Entanglement Constellation 2018 *
Transient Canvas Somnambula Wired New Focus Recordings 2018; Transient Canvas is Amy Advocat on bass clarinet & Matt Sharrock on marimba *
Gentle Giant Edge of Twilight Acquiring the Taste Vertigo 1971; 2nd studio album.
Donovan The Isle of Islay A Gift From a Flower to a Garden / For Little Ones Pye 1967; 5th album, but a double-album wherein each LP had a different name. The overall double album title was A Gift From a Flower to a Garden, and this song is on LP2- For Little Ones
Ediaf Piaf Sous le Ciel de Paris Piaf Of Paris Angel Records 1955; initially written for the 1951 French film Sous le ciel de Paris, directed by Julien Duvivier, first recorded by Anny Gould and then by Juliette Greco, later by Piaf and many others
Nina Hagen Naturtrane Nina Hagen Band CBS 1978; Debut
Adrian Belew Quicksand Side Two Sanctuary Records 2005
Arto Lindsay E Ai Esqueco (And Then I Forget) Prize Righteous Babe 1999
The Fall The Early Life of Crying Marshal The Marshall Suite Artful 1999; 20th album
Ken Nordine Ear Ken Nordine Does Robert Shure's "Twink" Philips 1967; R.I.P. KEN NORDINE, April 13, 1920 – February 16, 2019
Robert Fripp & The League of Gentleman Eye Needles The League of Gentleman Editions EG 1981
Yma Sumac Jungla Mambo! Capitol 1954
The Ventures Off In the 93rds Guitar Freakout! Dolton 1967
Jimmy Sysum & The Rockin' Three Tears of Happiness Big Time Mama / Tears Of Happiness Blue Moon
The Pyramids Teardrops Can't Leave Now / Teardrops Trojan Records 1971
Carla Bley Nothing Tropic Appetites WATT/ECM 1974
Michael Nyman Car Crash A Zed and Two Noughts Caroline 1985
Mina L'Uomo Per Me (He Walks Like A Man) L'Uomo Per Me / So Che Non E Cosi Rifi 1964
The Meters This Is My Last Affair Look-Ka Py Py Josie 1969; American funk band formed in 1965 by Zigaboo Modeliste (drums), George Porter Jr. (bass), Leo Nocentelli (guitar), and Art Neville (keyboards) in New Orleans, Louisiana. The band performed and recorded their own music from the late 1960s until 1977 and played an influential role as backing musicians for other artists, including Lee Dorsey, Robert Palmer, Dr. John, and Allen Toussaint. Their original songs "Cissy Strut" and "Look-Ka Py Py" are considered funk classics.
Cause For Effect Dynamic Bass Boost Level Control Professional 300 Bucho Discos 2004; Experimental grindcore duo from Finland. "Latest technology Newest ideas Perfect Formation For Those Who Seek New fresh Money making Rock machine"
Sylvie Courvoisier Y2K Y2K Enja 2000; Trio, with Michel Godard (tuba), Pierre Charial (barrel organ). Courvoisier is a composer, pianist and improviser from Lausanne, Switzerland
Goblin E Suono Rock Il Fantastico Viaggio del "Bagarozzo" Mark Cinevox 1978; Italian electronic/prog band who scored many horror films by Dario Argento and others
Catherine Ribeiro La Parole Est A La Victime La Deboussole Philips 1980; experimental folk and avant garde singer/band leader from Lyonne, France
The Monks Complication Black Monk Time Polydor 1966; American garage rock band formed in Gelnhausen, West Germany in 1964, comprised of five American GIs stationed in the country who grew tired of the traditional format of rock, which motivated them to forge a highly experimental style characterized by an emphasis on hypnotic rhythms that minimized the role of melody, augmented by the use of sound manipulation techniques. The band's unconventional blend of shrill vocals, feedback, and guitarist David Day's six-string banjo baffled audiences, but music historians have since identified the Monks as a pioneering force in avant-garde music.
Cheer-Accident I Don't Want It Back Fades Skin Graft 2018
Make a Rising Hi-Vibrating Life Wounded Fhealer Series: Part One Philly; Make A Rising birthed from the fertile Philly art-rock scene of the early 00's. Founding members: John Heron, Brandon Beaver, brothers Moynihan and a revolving cast of super talents performed elaborate stage shows set to Brian Wilson influenced pyramids of bedroom indie prog.
Matmos Polychords Supreme Balloon Matador 2008
Mathematicians Malfunction Level Two
Sufjan Stevens Dear Mr. Supercomputer The Avalanche R
Sneaks A Lil Close Highway Hypnosis Merge 2019 *