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Artist Song Album Label Comments New
Lindsay Cooper The Exhibition of Fashions Rags/The Gold Diggers Recommended Records 1983; Soundtrack by British bassoon and oboe player and composer Lindsay Cooper, who co-founded with Scottish vocalist Maggie Nichols the Feminist Improvising Group, a free improvising avant-garde jazz and experimental music ensemble formed in London in 1977. This is the soundtrack to feminist film director Sally Potter's 1983 film "The Gold Diggers," which was made by an all-female crew.
Art Bears Joan Hopes and Fears Recommended Records 1978 Debut
Uz Jsme Doma Polykat Hollywood Skoda Records 1993; Czech punk/prog from Teplice known for high energy and horn section
Yoko Ono & Blow Up Everywoman...Everyman Yes, I'm a Witch Astralwerks 2007
Thomas Winter Voulez-Vous Danser? I Hear Voices Astralwerks 2002
Momus Akiko Masuda Stars Forever - Palette A La Grand Magistery 1999; double-album, featuring "Palette A" & "Palette B," featuring semi-biographical and fantastical songs about friends, colleagues and other musicians, (even some about stores and companies, like the beloved now closed NYC record store Other Music,) all of whom asked to be written about for the album.
Vangelis Stuffed Tomato The Dragon Charly Records 1978; Greek musician and composer of electronic, progressive, ambient, classical, jazz, and orchestral music best known for his film soundtracks and for scoring the Carl Sagan documentary "Cosmos"
LiLiPUT Your's Is Mine Some Songs Rough Trade 1983; Swiss punk band, initially known as Kleenex, active 1978-1983. 2nd studio album.
Pattern Is Movement Pika Doun (Im)possibility of Longing NFI 2004; Debut album. From Philly. Active 2001-2015
Albert Marcoeur Formule Deux Sports et Percussions Disques Concord 1994; "the French Frank Zappa"
Peter Hammill The Future Now The Future Now Charisma 1978; singer/songwriter/co-founder of Van der Graaf Generator
Queen I'm Going Slightly Mad Innuendo Parlophone 1991; Freddie Mercury got the idea of writing a song about madness, inspired by Noel Coward's camp one-liners. Most of the lyrics like "banana tree" or "one needle", came from both him and his friend Peter Straker, who stayed up all night in Mercury's kitchen, devising ever more outlandish lines.
Nancy Sinatra You Only Live Twice You Only Live Twice United Artists Records 1967; Theme song to the 1967 James Bond film of the same name. Leslie Bricusse wrote the lyrics!
Asuka Sakai & Yu Miyaki Overture II We Love Katamari Mondo
Alice Viens De L'autre Cote Du Miroir / Viens BYG Actuel 1970; French experimental/prog
The Red Krayola Born In Flames Born In Flames / The Sword of God Rough Trade 1980; AKA: "The Social Democrats' Song from a film by Lizzie Borden..."
Erase Errata Tongue-Tied Other Animals Troubleman Unlimited 2001; Debut. Jenny Hoyston vocals
Stereo Total Und Wer Wird Sich Um Mich Kummern? Monokini Bungalow Records 1997; translates to "And who will take care of me?"
ABBA I'm a Marionette The Album Polar 1977; 5th studio album. The song was part of a mini-musical called The Girl with the Golden Hair that ABBA performed at several of their live concerts.
LiLiPUT Die Matrosen Split / Die Matrosen Rough Trade 1980
The Feelies Everybody's Got Something to Hide (Except Me and My Monkey) Crazy Rhythms Stiff 1980; Debut. From Haledon, New Jersey, in Passaic County. Still touring and recording. Beatles cover.
Au-Pairs Tongue In Cheek Sense and Sensuality Kamera Records 1982; 2nd & final album
Grace Jones Pull Up to the Bumper Nightclubbing Island 1981
Nick Currie The New Decameron The Little Red Songbook La Grand Magistery 1998
Gong Rational Anthem Magick Brother Affinity Records 1977
Slapp Happy / Henry Cow Some Questions About Hats / Europa Desperate Straights Recommended Records 1975
After Dinner Sepia-ture Souvenir Cassette ReR MegaCorp 2019 (material is from 1986-1989). Japanese art-rock vocalist Haco along with violin and clattering percussion. This was recorded on a Walkman, amazingly! *
The Associates Skipping Sulk Beggars Banquet 1982; Scottish post-punk. 2nd studio album
Buffy Sainte Marie The Vampire Illuminations Vanguard 1969
Antony & The Johnsons (featuring Anohni on vocals) Hitler In My Heart Antony and the Johnsons Durtro 2000; Debut
Monna Bell Estaba Escrito Las Canciones de Almodovar Blue Note
Casual Dots Clocks Casual Dots Kill Rock Stars 2004; Kathi Wilcox of Bikini Kill/The Julie Ruin
Caravan If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You Decca 1970; 2nd studio album. Canterbury Scene former Wilde Flowers members David Sinclair, Richard Sinclair, Pye Hastings and Richard Coughlan.
Carla Bley Funnybird Song Tropic Appetites Watt / ECM 1974; Debut
Neu! E-Musik Neu! 75 Brain 1975; 3rd album
David Sylvian The Only Daughter Blemish Samadhisound 2003; 6th solo album
Peter Ivers In Heaven Becoming Peter Ivers RVNG Intl. written for David Lynch's "Eraserhead" *
Cheer-Accident The Day After I Never Met You Introducing Lemon Skin Graft 2003
Cheer-Accident The Reenactment Enduring the American Dream Pravda Records 1997
Spellling Haunted Water Mazy Fly Sacred Bones 2020 (Chrystia Cabral) *
Glenn Branca Lesson No. 1 Lesson No. 1 99 Records 1980; Debut