HEARD: Playlist, 11/2-8/15


Howlin’ Wolf: His Best (Chess/MCA, 1997)
Glen Campbell: Meet Glen Campbell (Capitol, 2008)
Joni Mitchell: Dog Eat Dog (Geffen, 1985)
The Gossip: Standing in the Way of Control (Kill Rock Stars, 2005)
3 Leg Torso: Astor in Paris (Meester, 2003)
Alexander Rudin: J.S. Bach Cello Suites, Complete (Naxos, 2002)
Rough Trade: Live! Direct to Disc (Umbrella, 1977)
Rough Trade: O Tempora! O Mores! (True North, 1984)
Bob Dylan: Bootleg Series, Vol. 12: The Cutting Edge (Columbia, 2015)
James McMurtry: Childish Things (Compadre, 2005)
Bill Ryder-Jones: West Kirby County Primary (Domino, 2015)
Den Sorte Skole: Indians & Cowboys (Den Sorte Skole, 2015)
Rough Trade: Avoid Freud (True North, 1980)
Rough Trade: Birds of a Feather: The Best of Rough Trade (True North, 1985)
Dusty Springfield: Reputation (Parlophone, 1990)
Tom Waits & Crystal Gayle: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack of “One From the Heart” (Columbia, 1982)
Tom Waits: Small Change (Asylum, 1976)
Tom Waits: The Heart of Saturday Night (Asylum, 1974)
Rickie Lee Jones: The Magazine (Warner Bros, 1984)
Sparks: Angst in My Pants (Atlantic, 1982)
Sparks: Big Beat (Columbia, 1976)
Sparks: Introducing Sparks (Columbia, 1977)
Sparks: Indiscreet (Island, 1975)
Sparks: Kimono My House (Island, 1974)
Bob Warren: All the Days of the World (KBW Music, 2015)
FFS: FFS (Domino, 2015)
The subdudes: Flower Petals (429 Records, 2009)
Laura Nyro & LaBelle: Gonna Take a Miracle (Columbia/Legacy, 2002)
The Staple Singers: The Best of the Vee-Jay Years (Shout Factory, 2007)
Tim Hardin: Reason to Believe (The Best Of) (Polydor, 1987)
Lana Del Rey: Honeymoon (Interscope, 2015)
Dave Rawlings Machine: Nashville Obsolete (Acony, 2015)
M Shanghai String Band: Up From the Ground Below (Red Parlor, 2004)

  1. Ed Conway says

    Hi Greg, That’s quite an eclectic list. I was wondering if M Shanghai String Band is still around. I really enjoyed them years ago at Club Helsinki in Great Barrington with the Jugstompers.

  2. steve says

    that’s a lot of Sparks!!

  3. Greg says


    Yeah, M Shanghai is still around. They don’t et up this way much, but they still play regularly in NYC, mostly at the Jalopy Theater…

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