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Artist Song Album Label Comments New Comp
The Makers of the Dead Travel Fast Tael of a Saeghors Tael of a Saeghors 7" M Squared 1980; Sydney-based whimsical tongue-in-cheek post-punk C
Martha Wainwright Proserpina Come Home To Mama Cooperative 2012
Robert Wyatt Shipbuilding Shipbuilding / Memories Of You Rough Trade 1982
Joan Armatrading Down to Zero Joan Armatrading A&M 1976; 3rd studio album
Todd Rundgren Healer Healing Bearsville 1981; 9th studio album. From Upper Darby & Philly
Marianne Faithfull Witches' Song Broken English Island 1979; 7th studio album
Michael Nyman Dead Man's Catch Drowning By Numbers
Laurie Anderson Blue Lagoon Mister Heartbreak 1984; 2nd studio album; contains Ariel's Song from "The Tempest"
The 6ths with Katherine Whalen You You You You You Hyacinths and Thistles Merge 2000; 2nd studio album, featuring Sally Timms, Bob Mould, Clare Grogan, Miho Hatori, Gary Numan, Odetta and more!
Penguin Cafe Orchestra The Ecstasy of Dancing Fleas Penguin Cafe Orchestra E.G. Records 1981; Avant-pop band led by the late English guitarist Simon Jeffes with cellist Helen Liebmann. The orchestra's sound is not easily categorized, but has elements of exuberant folk music and a minimalist aesthetic occasionally reminiscent of composers such as Philip Glass. This is their 2nd album.
Caetano Veloso London London Caetano Veloso Philips 1971; 3rd self-titled album.
Elly Stone, Alice Whitfield, Shawn Elliot & Eric Blau Timid Frieda [edit] Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living In Paris Columbia 1968
The Tiger Lillies Send In the Clowns Circus Songs Misery Guts 2000; from A Little Night Music
Warren Zevon Something Bad Happened to a Clown Mutineer Giant 1995; 9th studio album. "She doesn't think he's very funny anymore."
Rufus Wainwright Danny Boy Rufus Wainwright 1998; Debut.
Brittain Ashford Sonya Alone Nastasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 a sung-through musical adaptation of a 70-page segment from Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace written by composer/lyricist Dave Malloy and directed by Rachel Chavkin
Baby Dee Safe Inside the Day Safe Inside the Day Drag City 2008; American performance artist, multi-instrumentalist, and singer-songwriter from Cleveland, Ohio.
Harry Theyard & The Muleteers Little Bird, Little Bird Man Of La Mancha Kapp Records 1967; A spinto tenor who debuted with the New York City Opera in 1959, in The Devil and Daniel Webster, directed by John Houseman.
Nick Drake Sunday Baby Tanworth-In-Arden 1967/68
Molly Drake Breakfast at Bradenham Woods Molly Drake Squirrel Thing Recordings Nick Drake's mother- Happy Mother's Day!
Linda Perhacs Morning Colors Parallelograms Kapp Records 1970
Mia Doi Todd Sunday Afternoon Come Out of Your Mine City Zen 1999
Marianne Faithfull Don't Forget Me 20th Century Blues RCA Victor 1997; Harry Nilsson cover. "Nothing lasts forever, and I will always love you."
Andrew Bird Lull Weather Systems Wegawam Music Co. 2003
Weyes Blood Everyday Titanic Rising Sub Pop 2019; PHILLY! *
Steve Gunn New Familiar The Unseen In Between Matador 2019 *
Mammane Sanni Abdoulaye Arman Doley Unreleased Tapes 1981-1984 Sahel Sounds 2015
Bill Nelson Sleepless The Practice of Everyday Life Cocteau Discs 2011
Mirah While We Have the Sun (A)spera K Records 2009; Originally from Philly 'burbs; 4th studio album
David Byrne Locks & Barges Lead Us Not Into Temptation Thrill Jockey 2003 (Music From The Film Young Adam)
The Makers of the Dead Travel Fast Tael of a Saeghors Tael of a Saeghors M Squared 1980; Sydney-based whimsical tongue-in-cheek post-punk
Pierrot Lunaire Gudrun Gudrun IT Records 1976; Avant-prog/Progressive folk band from Italy formed in 1974 and originally called Primtemps. Named after Arnold Schoenberg's melodrama of the same name, translated as "Moonstruck Pierre" or "Pierre in the Moonlight"
Simon Bookish Carbon Everything/Everything Tomlab 2008; AKA: Leo Chadburn
Wendy Carlos Scarlatti: "Sonata in G major, L. 209/K. 455 The Well-Tempered Synthesizer Columbia 1969
Yoko Ono & Blow Up Everyman...Everywoman Yes, I'm a Witch Astralwerks 2007; Remix concept album: Artists invited to contribute were asked to select a song from Ono's back catalogue, and were then presented with all the necessary elements to create a remix/cover of their desire. According to the press release, nearly every artist chose only the vocals, and created entirely new backing tracks to demonstrate the versatility of Ono's compositions. Blow Up chose ""Every Man Has a Woman Who Loves Him" from 1980's "Double Fantasy"
Astor Piazzolla Primavera Portena Four Seasons of Buenos Aires
Michael Cole and Michael Jessett with Rick Jones Drawing On Stones Fingerbobs Trunk Records "Fingerbobs" was a British children's television programme made by the BBC in 1972. The first episode was broadcast on 14 February 1972 on BBC1 as part of the long-running children's programming block "Watch with Mother." It starred a puppet mouse named Fingermouse and a shrimp named Scampi, as well as Flash the Tortoise and Gulliver the Seagull
Cardiacs A Little Man and A House A Little Man and a House and the Whole World Window Alphabet Business Concern / Torso 1988
Kate Bush Sat In Your Lap The Dreaming EMI 1982; 4th studio album.
Battles Hi/Lo EP-C Monitor