KUSF In Exile 09.04.12 9-Noon Radiodrome DJ Schmeejay

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Keith Fullerton Whitman "Rhodes Viola Multiple" from "Antithesis - EP" (LP, EP, Private, 2004) on kranky -- 2004
Charalambides "Unknown Spin" from "Unknown Spin" (CD, 2003) on kranky -- 2003
Pentangle "When I Was In My Prime" from "Cruel Sister" (LP, 1970) on Sanctuary Records Fontana (USA) -- 1970
Badfinger "Come and Get It" from "Slow 45" (7 Inch) on Apple -- 1969
Tuusanuuskat "Tippa 3" from "Nääksää Nää Mun Kyyneleet" (LP, Classical, 2011) on Fonal -- 2011
White Hills "Song Of Everything" from "Frying on this Rock (Deluxe Version)" (CD, 2012) on Thrill Jockey -- 2012
Zivka Duric "Pesmi Leti Niz Dolove" from "Single" on Gramofonskih Ploca -- 1950's
Art Bears "Maze/In Two Minds" from "Hopes & Fears" (CD, Album, 1978) on RE -- 1978
A Winged Victory For The Sullen "We Played Some Open Chords and Rejoiced, for the Earth Had Circled the Sun Yet Another Year" from "A Winged Victory for the Sullen" (CD, 2011) on kranky -- 2011
Cluster "Zum Wohl" from "Sowiesoso" (LP, Jazz, 1976) on 4 Men -- 1976
Steve Lawrence "Pretty Blue Eyes" from "Single" on Spartan -- 1960
Storm Bugs "Tin" from "Supplementary Benefit" (LP, 1981) on Vinyl on demand -- 1981
Unknown Koto Player "Aki No Kyoku" from "Single" (7 Inch) on Crown
Red House Painters "SHADOWS" from "Ocean Beach" (Other, Album, Rock, 1995) on 4AD (UK) -- 1995
Okkyung Lee "White Night" from "Noisy Love Songs" (CD, Jazz, 2011) on Tzadik -- 2011
Ambrosia "You're The Only Woman (You & I)" from "Slow 45" (7 Inch, 1980) on WB -- 1980
Metal Mountains "Structures In the Sun" from "Golden Trees" (CD, 2011) on Amish Records -- 2011
Majestic Arrows "If I Had a Little Love (Demo)" from "Alternative History of Popular Music" (CD, 1973) on Numero Group -- 1973
Mike Nichols And Elaine May "The Von Brauns at Home" from "Examine Doctors" (2011) on Mercury (USA)
Ruth Etting "Build a Little Home" from "Encores" (LP, 1933) on Take Two -- 1933
Andy Kim "Rock Me Gently" from "Slow 45" (7 Inch) on Capitol (USA) -- 1974
David Bowie "Bombers" from "Single" (CD) on Ryko -- 1971

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