HEARD: Playlist, 12/26/16-1/1/17

Judy Collins: Who Knows Where the Time Goes (Elektra, 1988) Booker T & the MG’s: Soul Six Pack (Concord, 2009) The Roches: The Roches (Warner Bros., 1979) Paul Simon: Still Crazy After All These Years (Warner Bros., 1975) Paul Simon: There Goes Rhymin’ Simon (Warner Bros., 1973) Gergely Kaposi, Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra: Jonathan Bepler’s Music for Matthew Barney’s “Cremaster 5” (BMG Classics, 1998) Various artists: Lost in the Stars: The Music of Kurt Weill (A&M, 1985) Anne Queffelec, Catherine Collard: Erik Satie: Piano Works (Virgin Classics, 1993) Paul Jacobs: Claude Debussy’s Preludes for Piano, Books I & II (Nonesuch, 1978) Yehudi Menuhin & Stephane Grappelli: Play Berlin, Porter and Rodgers & Hart (EMI, 1988) Hospital Corners: Birdfire (Hospital Corners, 2016) Cannon the Brave: Cannon the Brave (Cannon the Brave, 2016) Candy Ambulance: I Feel Fantastic (Candy Ambulance, 2016) Arthur Alexander: The Ultimate Arthur Alexander (Razor & Tie, 1993) Kimono Dragons: Swirldoggin’ With Kimono Dragons (Kimono Dragons, 2016) Darling Valley: Crooked Orchards (Sounds & Tones, 2016) Bill Evans & Don Elliott: Tenderly: An Informal Session (Milestone, 2001) Belle-Skinner: We Shut Our Eyes (Belle-Skinner, 2016) Stellar Young: The Spark Caught (Stellar Young, 2016) Titanics: Hotel (Titanics, 2016) Mothers of Invention: Ahead of Their Time (Barking Pumpkin, 1993) Esbjorn Svensson Trio: E.S.T. Symphony (ACT, 2016) Frank Zappa: The Best Band You Never Heard in Your Life (UMG, 2012) Bethenia Rouse: A Change Will Come (AwGee, 1999) Paul Crossley: Debussy’s Complete Works for Solo Piano, Vol. 3 (Sony Classical, 1993) Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus: Philip Glass’s Itaipu/The Canyon (Sony Classical, 1993) Connie Converse: How Sad, How Lovely (Squirrel Thing, 2009)
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  1. Andy Gregory says

    Highly recommend new Roomful of Teeth and Dogs of Desire recordings for an upcoming playlist

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