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Here’s the playlist for August 6, 2010. I dedicated a set to Dutch jazz giant, Willem Breuker, who passed away last week. Stay tuned for comments later. I’m out of town on August 13, but I’ll be back with a new show on August 20. Stay tuned!

Artist Title Album Label Comment
Willem Breuker Kollektief The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Rhapsody in Blue BVHaast Featuring Henk De Jonge & the Vera Berths String Quartet
Harmonia Watussi Musik von Harmonia Brain / Lilith 1974
Fred Wesley and the J.B.’s Blow Your Head Damn Right I Am Somebody People 1974
The Fall Mexico Wax Solvent Your Future Our Clutter Domino
Moritz von Oswald Trio Nothing 3 Live in New York Honest Jon’s
Wolfgang Voigt Zither und Horn Pop Ambient 2010 Kompakt
Rolf Lislevand Giovanni Antonio Terzi – “Petit Jacquet” + Diego Ortiz – Quinta pars Diminuito ECM 16th-century
Steve Gunn Mustapha’s Exit Boerum Palace 3-Lobed 2009
Trio Tipico Paraguayo de Félix Pérez Cardoso Pajaro Campana VA – Excavated Shellac: Strings – Guitar, Out, Tar, Violin and More from the 78rpm Era Parlortone 1952 Paraguayan harp
Troupe Majidi Afriquiya (Larssad) VA – Ecstatic Music of the Jemaa El Fna Sublime Frequencies Morocco
Sol Hoopii Kilohana Master of Hawaiian Guitar, Vol. 1 Rounder
Zadik Zecharia Zaina Zaina Kurdish Melodies on Zorna
Willem Breuker Kollektief Our Day Will Come Live in Berlin BVHaast / FMP 1975, Bob Hillliard composition
Willem Breuker Kollektief Song of Mandalay s/t About Time 1984, Kurt Weill composition
Willem Breuker Kollektief PLO March The European Scene: Live at the Donaueschingen Music Festival MPS 1975, Arjen Gorter, bass solo
Willem Breuker Kollektief Amsterdam Rhapsody Overture s/t About Time 1984, Breuker composition
Los Universitarios Mi Primera Ilusion s/t Don Limo Puerto Rico
Ned Rothenberg/Catherine Jauniaux/Barre Phillips Whisper While You Were Out Kadima Collective
The Work Brickyard Slow Crimes Woof 1982, also featuring Ms. Jauniaux
The Clash Listen Super Black Market Clash CBS
Jacuzzi Boys Island Ave. No Seasons Floridas Dying
Kurt Vile Song for John D God Is Saying This to You Mexican Summer
Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti Bright Lit Blue Skies + L’Estat Before Today 4AD
Gate Forever Republic of Sadness Ba Da Bing new Michael Morley
Wreck Small Speakers on Expensive Stereos Together We Sense + Until I Go (edit) A Child’s Guide to… Xpressway old Michael Morley, 1988
The Shadow Ring Tiny Creatures Life Review (1993-2003) Kye
Peter Ivers Sweet Enemy Terminal Love Warner Bros. 1974

Elodie LautenPlaylist for
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
July 30, 2010

Hosted by Greg Lyon on FRIDAYS at 2-5 pm
on Asheville Free Media (

You can listen to the most recent program by going to this show’s landing page on the Asheville FM website, or by accessing the MP3 stream directly here (available from early Saturday morning after airing through the next Friday and then gone gone gone).


— The first two sets today were focused on the piano, and that allowed for a lot more classical than I usually play on the radio (that’s not an apology), although only one track was "classical" classical : a fugue by Bach (played by Sokolov). I really liked the piece entitled "Alien Heart," by the New York-based post-minimalist composer Elodie Lauten. It’s from a recent 2CD collection of her early-to-mid 1980s Piano Works. I’ve also been listening a lot to the 100 Transcendental Studies of the English composer Kaikhosru Sorabji (1892-1988), who was of Indian Zoroastrian (Parsi) ancestry. Only the first half or so (43 out of 100) of these Studies have been made available on CD so far, in a series on Bis Records and played by Fredrik Ullén. I hope the rest of them come out at some point soon.

Wreck Small Speakers on Expensive Stereos— Trombonist Grachan Moncur III’s "Space Spy" (1969) is some seriously tension-laden minimalist avant-garde jazz, centered on a single three-note piano chord repeated over and over by Dave Burrell, with the unfailingly excellent Andrew Cyrille on drums quietly circling the proceeding like a menacing buzzard. I also started the show with new music with Andrew Cyrille (thank god he’s still at it) at the kit, on a CD by Steve Colson.

— Wreck Small Speakers on Expensive Stereos, a band from Dunedin, New Zealand (1980-1986), featuring Michael Morley (later of The Dead C) and Richard Ram (later of nothing that I know of), have been wrecking the speakers on my stereo pretty consistently now for a few weeks. I rediscovered the 1993 collection, River Falling Love (Ajax Records), and it’s going to make me scour the planet in search of their entire output–I’m sure in vain. It might even get me to re-listen to my pile of Dead C albums. Continuing the unintentional minimal/intense theme, at times they remind me a lot of Young Marble Giants, particularly when Denise Roughan (then of Look Blue, Go Purple, and later of The 3Ds and Ghost Club) provided guest vocals on the song "Rain;" I guess I’ll have to play that one in the coming weeks.

Analog Africa continues to be, in my estimation, the most consistent African reissue label. Afro-Beat Airways: West African Shock Waves (Ghana & Togo 1972-1978) is the 8th and newest release. It makes me happy.

Artist Title Album Label Comment
Steve Colson Parallel Universe The Untarnished Dream Silver Sphinx with Reggie Workman & Andrew Cyrille
Bill Evans Blue Monk Conversations with Myself Verve
Kaikhosru Sorabji Transcendental Studies #26 100 Transcendental Studies (26-43) Bis Fredrik Ullén, piano
J. S. Bach The Art of Fuge: Contrapunctus 11 a 4 (Tripelfuge) Der Kunst der Fuge Opus111 Grigory Sokolov, piano, Leningrad, rec. 1978-1981
Elodie Lauten Alien Heart Piano Works Unseen Worlds 1983 (reissued recently)
Myra Melford’s Be Bread Moon Bird The Whole Tree Gone Firehouse 12 Records
Matthew Ship & Rob Brown Sonic Exploration Section 6 Sonic Explorations Cadence Jazz 1988
Paul Bley Quintet Walking Woman Barrage ESP-DISK’ 1965
Grachan Moncur III Space Spy New Africa BYG Actuel 1969
Aram Shelton’s Fast Citizens Two Cities Two Cities Delmark 2009
Keefe Jackson Quartet Eff-Time Seeing You See Clean Feed 2010
Jaques Berrocal, Dominique Coster, Roger Ferlet Musiq Musik Leïla Concerto Futura
C. Newman Are You Jewish? + Latest French Style Trackways made by two dinosaurs, probably Megalosaurus Theeater am Turm 1983
Wreck Small Speakers on Expensive Stereos Lots of Hearts River Falling Love Ajax compilation of 1984-1986 recordings, Dunedin, NZ
Gibson Bros No Way to Get Along Dedicated Fool Homestead 1989
Losta Abelo Maneno ya Mwanyuma VA – African Acoustic Vol. 1: Guitar Songs from Tanzania, Zambia and Zaire Original Music
Kayembe Yirung Wadim Washantet VA – African Acoustic Vol. 1: Guitar Songs from Tanzania, Zambia and Zaire Original Music
Soki Nambi/Chola Piana Bonne Annee VA – African Acoustic Vol. 1: Guitar Songs from Tanzania, Zambia and Zaire Original Music
Marijata Break Through VA – Afro-Beat Airways: West African Shock Waves (Ghana & Togo 1972-1978) Analog Africa
The Who Leaving Here BBC Sessions MCA
Tracey Dean Boy on the Ball VA – The Electric Asylum Vol. 5: Rare British Freakrock Past & Present Giorgio Moroder & Pete Bellotte
Kannibal Komix Neurotic Reaction VA – Psych Bites Vol. 2 Past & Present
Googoosh Talagh VA – Pomegranates Finders Keepers Iran
Goerit Griss & Bok Djam Rondo Karang Toeri VA – Unheard Ofs & Forgotten Abouts Pawn / Tompkins Square 1926 Indonesia
Kákapti Makwatu VA – Unheard Ofs & Forgotten Abouts Pawn / Tompkins Square 1926 Hopi
Swell Maps Midget Submarines Collision Time Revisited Mute
Kitchen and the Plastic Spoons Fantastic Best Off: Recordings 1980-81 Ill Wind Sweden
Devo What We Do Something for Everybody Warner Bros. the new one, ouch
Corrosion of Conformity Positive Outlook Animosity Combat playing in Asheville tonight

Playlist for
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
January 9, 2009

Hosted by Greg Lyon on FRIDAYS at 2-4 pm
on WPVM Asheville (103.5 FM and

You can listen to the most recent program by going to the Archives Page at WPVM, or by accessing the MP3 stream directly here (available early Saturday morning after airing through the next Friday and then gone gone gone).


— I would have played a whole show of Ron Asheton, featuring music from Destroy All Monsters, The New Order, New Race, and other projects, but I couldn’t bring myself to do it. Too damned saddening. So I played some of my favorites from the first two Stooges albums and called it a day on the tribute. I never got to see the reunited Stooges, but at least I saw Asheton play at Warsaw in Brooklyn in 2002 with Scott Morgan’s Powertrane, playing alongside guitarist Deniz Tek from Radio Birdman. That show kinda sucked–Warsaw had the worst acoustics of any venue I’ve ever been to, and I wasn’t that into Powertrane’s vibe–but the moment that Asheton stepped onto the stage, I could tell this guy was every bit the guitar monster I had hoped he was. I can’t imagine the musical universe–certainly not the one in my head–without Fun House, which is my favorite rock album of all time, hands down. Lots of great musicians spawn weak-assed mimics, epigones, pygmy shadows of the original. I never heard anybody ever say, "Hey, he’s trying to sound like Ron Asheton." That would be as banal as saying, "Hey, he’s trying to rock." Technically, I guess most people think James Williamson was a better guitarist, but I’ll take Ron Asheton’s legacy over James Williamson’s anyday. Thank you, Ron Asheton. Thank you very much for your gargantuan contribution to the music world and its blissful destruction.

— The new AFCGT (A Frames + Climax Golden Twins) 10-inch struck me as an instant classic, while the first CD they did never really hit me. I have a feeling this one is going to stay on the turntable at home for a long while. I don’t know how this amalgamation of two great bands works exactly, but I’m assuming that Min Yee of the A Frames is playing bass. It sure sounds like him. It’s all instrumental, and it’s all dope.

— I’ve been listening to a lot (well ALL) of the 1968-1972 Bob Marley, working my way through the 3 box sets, Grooving Kingston 12, Fy-ah Fy-ah, and Man to Man. I’ve never been much of a Marley fan, but that just proved that I was (and still am) a reggae moron. I was judging him by the hits from the Island period–and mainly by his frat-boy fans, to be honest. But I’ve discovered that the stuff he recorded with Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry is pretty uniformly superlative. It’s so nice to discover something monumental, even if it has been staring me in the face for decades.

Artist Song Album Label Comments New
The Stooges Loose Fun House Elektra  
The Stooges No Fun The Stooges Elektra  
The Stooges Down on the Street Fun House Elektra  
The Stooges I Wanna Be Your Dog The Stooges Elektra  
AFCGT Penniless/Submarine Gun AFCGT 10" Dirty Knobby *
Valerio Cosi I Wanna Be Free Collected Works Porter *
Mary Halvorson Trio Too Many Ties Dragon’s Head Firehouse *
Alan Sondheim 778 Ritual-All-7-70 ESP-Disk *
Karel Velebny Joachim Is Our Friend SHQ ESP-Disk *
Joe Harriott Quintet Tonal Abstract Capitol  
John Baker Tros Y Gareg (Main Theme) The John Baker Tapes Volume 1: BBC Radiophonics Trunk *
Yoshi Wada Off the Wall I Off the Wall EM Records Recorded 1984, Berlin, originally released by FMP *
Jozef van Wissem Aerumna A Priori Incunabulum *
Kemialliset Ystävät Tässä maassa kun näin makailen Split Series 19 FatCat split LP with Sunroof! *
Bob Marley & The Wailers Dracular (Who Is Mr. Brown Version) Grooving Kingston 12 Universal  
Bob Marley & The Wailers Pour Down the Sunshine Grooving Kingston 12 Universal  
The Carter Family Single Girl, Married Girl The Carter Family 1927-1934 JSP 1927 Bristol recording  
Richard Crandell Shamrock In the Flower of Our Youth Tompkins Square originally released 1980 *
Lee Hazlewood I’d Rather Be Your Enemy Requiem for an Almost Lady Smells Like Records originally recorded 1971  

New YearPlaylist for
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
January 2, 2009

Hosted by Greg Lyon on FRIDAYS at 2-4 pm
on WPVM Asheville (103.5 FM and

You can listen to the most recent program by going to the Archives Page at WPVM, or by accessing the MP3 stream directly here (available for one week starting early Saturday morning and then gone gone gone).


— Time to ring in the New Year (and a new Times Square New Year’s Eve Ball–see pic) and wring out the old year in music! This year I asked Justin Farrar to bring in a pile of his favorites to play alongside mine, and we took up an extra hour of airtime to barely get through what we wanted. We didn’t play our faves in any particular order, but we did strive to save the heavy hitters for last.

— We started with a couple of favorite 7"s, moved on to some more poppy stuff, then hit the minimal techno and electronic (mostly Justin there), followed by a set of reissues, then a pile of garage rock (mostly Greg there), and then the grand finale.

— Jennifer Cardini would also be on my list if I hadn’t listened to it all the way through for the first time on New Year’s Eve. It really is incredible. Justin thinks I’m about to get the minimal techno bug. He’s probably right. We also agreed thoroughly on the TK Webb CD; it’s a great rock record, killer songwriting and production–a rarity nowadays.

–Now for the lists, followed by the show playlist…

Greg’s Top 10 New Albums of 2008

1. Alan and Richard Bishop – The Brothers Unconnected (Abduction)
2. Gunslingers – No More Invention (World in Sound)
3. The Fall – Imperial Wax Solvent (Sanctuary)
4. The Rebel – Northern Rocks Bear Weird Vegetable (Sacred Bones)
5. Don Cavalli – Cryland (Everloving)
6. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Dig! Lazarus Dig! (Anti-)
7. Eddy Current Suppression Ring – Primary Colours (Goner)
8. Scorch Trio – Brolt! (Rune Grammophon)
9. Nothing People – Anonymous (S-S)
10. TK Webb & The Visions – Ancestor (Kemado)

Honorable Mention:
Viva L’American Deathray Music – Sangre Libre (Sangre Libre)
Kasai All-Stars – In the 7th Moon, the Chief Turned Into a Swimming Fish and Ate the Head of His Enemy by Magic (Crammed Disc)
Half Man Half Biscuit – CSI: Ambleside (Phantom)
Krysmopompas – Heute Schlafen – Morgen Aufwachen (S-S)
Einstürzende Neubauten – The Jewels (Potomak)
Cheveu – Cheveu (S-S)
Ty Segall – Ty Segall (Castle Face)
Fire Room – Broken Music (Atavistic)
Kurt Vile – Constant Hitmaker (Gulcher)
The USA Is a Monster – Space Programs (Load)
Country Teasers/Ezee Tiger – WOAR/WOR (Holy Mountain)
Love Is All – A Hundred Things Keep Me Up at Night (What’s Your Rapture?)
Singer – Unhistories (Drag City)
Bill Dixon – 17 Musicians in Search of a Sound: Darfur (AUM Fidelity)

Justin’s Tops of 2008 Lists

1. D. Charles Speer & The Helix — After Hours (Sound@One)
2. TK Webb & the Visions – Ancestor (Kemado)
3. Black Twig Pickers — Hobo Handshake (VHF)
4. Warmer Milks — Soft Walks (Animal Disguise)
5. Jack Rose – Dr. Ragtime and His Pals (Tequila SunriseRecords)
6. Coydogs – Coydogs (GoDigital Records)
7. The USA is a Monster – Space Programs (Load Records)
8. The Moondoggies – Don’t Be a Stranger (Hardly Art)
9. Ralph White – Navasota River Devil Squirrel (Spirit of Orr/Mystra Records)
10. No-Neck Blues Band (NNCK) – Clomeim (Locust Music)

Honorable Mention:
Donovan Quinn & The 13th Month — Donovan Quinn & The 13th Month (Soft Abuse)
Chatham County Line — IV (Yep Roc)
Turner Cody – First Light (Boy Scout Recordings)
Fire on Fire – The Orchard (Young God Records)
Jack Rose – I Do Play Rock and Roll (Three Lobed Recordings)
The M’s – Real Close Ones (Polyvinyl Records)
Enos Slaughter – Béisbol (Three Lobed Recordings)
James Jackson Toth – Waiting in Vain (Rykodisc)
Top 5 Techo/Electronic:
1. Jennifer Cardini – Feeling Strange (Kompakt)
2. Robert Hood — Fabric 39 (Fabric Records)
3. Sascha Funke – Watergate02 (wordandsound)
4. Model 500 – Starlight (Echospace)
5. Tutwo Prong – James Taylor B (N/A)

Top 10 Reissues:
1. Dennis Wilson – Pacific Ocean Blue (Sony/Legacy)
2. Gene Clark – Silverado ’75-Live & Unreleased (Collector’s Choice)
3. Harry Taussig — Fate is Only Once (Tompkins Square)
4. Fotheringay – 2 (Fledg’ling)
5. Linda Perhacs – Parallelograms (Sunbeam Records)
6. Deluxx – Zwanolski (Blueberry Honey)
7. V/A – Wayfaring Strangers: Guitar Soli (Numero Group)
8. V/A – Nice and Nasty: Selections From Dr Ragtime’s Private Stash (Yodtapes)
9. Robbie Basho — Bonn Ist Supreme (Bo Weavil Recordings)
10. Kevin Ayers – What More Can I Say… (Reel Recordings)


Artist Song Album Label Comments New
Wounded Lion Carol Cloud Carol Cloud 7" S-S 7" – Greg  
Jack Rose & The Black Twigs Soft Steel Piston Jack Rose & The Black Twigs The Great Pop Supplement 7" – Justin  
Fire on Fire Assanine Race The Orchard Young God Justin *
Kurt Vile Freeway Constant Hitmaker Gulcher Greg  
Donovan Quinn Sister Alchemy Donovan Quinn and the 13th Month Soft Abuse Justin *
Factums The Climb The Sistrum Sacred Bones Greg  
Model 500 M 69 Starlight (Original Mix) Starlight Echospace Justin  
Einstürzende Neubauten Magyar Energia The Jewels Potomak Greg  
Robert Hood Tracks 1-3 Fabric 39 Fabric Justin  
Sascha Funke Maus & Stolle – Taxi Watergate 02 Word and Sound Justin  
Scorch Trio Hys Brolt! Rune Grammofon Greg  
Dennis Wilson Pacific Ocean Blues Pacific Ocean Blue Legacy Justin  
Sir Victor Uwaifo Akuyan (Ekessa 46) Guitar Boy Superstar 1970-76 Soundway Greg  
Orchestre Regional de Kayes Terena The Best of the First Biennale of Arts and Culture for the Young Mississippi Greg  
Salim Daoud Aburthiyya VA – Give Me Love: Songs of the Brokenhearted – Baghdad 1925-1929 Honest Jons Greg  
Jim Ohlschmidt Delta Freeze VA – Wayfaring Strangers: Guitar Soli Numero Group Justin  
Harry Taussig Sugar Babe, Your Papa Cares for You Fate Is Only Once and other blues, ragtime, and fingerpicking tunes Tompkins Square Justin *
Half Man Half Biscuit National Shite Day CSI Ambleside Greg  
Cheveu Jacob’s Fight Cheveu Greg  
Ty Segall The Drag Ty Segall Castle Face Greg *
Country Teasers Bung Oats W.O.A.R. Holy Mountain Greg *
Krysmopompas Stadtspaziergaenge Heute Schlafen, Morgen Aufwachen S-S Greg  
The Coydogs Lost Horse Mine Part 2 The Coydogs Justin  
Viva l’American Deathray Music Hashishins Sangre Libre Sangre Libre Greg *
Animals and Men Don’t Misbehave in the New Age Never Bought Never Sold Mississippi Greg  
Nothing People Boccioni’s Mother Anonymous S-S Greg  
The USA Is a Monster Frozen Rainbows Space Programs Load Justin *
Eddy Current Suppression Ring Sunday’s Coming Primary Colours Goner Greg  
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Night of the Lotus Eaters Dig!!! Lazarus Dig!!! Anti- Greg  
The Black Twig Pickers Glory in the Meeting House Hobo Handshake VHF Justin  
Don Cavalli New Hollywood Babylon Cryland Everloving Greg  
Warmer Milks Wild Spring Soft Walks Animal Disguise Justin  
The Rebel Iran’s Nuclear Threat Northern Rocks Bear Weird Vegetable Sacred Bones Greg *
The Fall Taurig Imperial Wax Solvent Sanctuary Greg  
Jennifer Cardini Rework – Love Love Love Yeah (Chloe Mix) Feeling Strange Kompakt Justin  
Gunslingers Into the Garage No More Invention World in Sound Greg  
D. Charles Speer & The Helix Single Again After Hours S @ 1 Justin  
TK Webb & The Visions Closed Caption Slang Ancestor Kemado Justin  
Alan & Richard Bishop The Vinegar Stroke The Brothers Unconnected Abduction Greg  



Rockin' BonesPlaylist for
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
December 26, 2008

Hosted by Greg Lyon on FRIDAYS at 2-4 pm
on WPVM Asheville (103.5 FM and

You can listen to the most recent program by going to the Archives Page at WPVM, or by accessing the MP3 stream directly here (available for one week starting early Saturday morning and then gone gone gone).


— The Rhino Records compilation, Rockin’ Bones: 1950s Punk & Rockabilly had been on my wish list for ages and ages, and I finally scored when that puppy appeared under the Christmas tree this time around, along with saxophonist Glenn Spearman’s last recording and Jessie Mae Hemphill’s Get Right Blues. So there you have it: post-Christmas booty show, just add water.

— I felt like featuring two of my all-time favorite classical CDs today (I rarely play ‘straight’ classical music at all), namely pianist Alfred Brendel playing Liszt’s Années de Pèlerinage, particularly the piece from the first, Swiss year (Première Année: Suisse) called "Orage" (Thunderstorm), and also the solo flute piece by Debussy called "Syrinx," as played by Roger Bourdin and taken from the unsparingly beautiful recording of Debussy sonatas from the 60s on Philips featuring Arthur Grumiaux (violin) and Maurice Gendron (cello), among others.

— The new Animals & Men collection on Mississippi Records is a must-buy if you like early Rough Trade-era (late 70s/early 80s) DIY British stuff. I kept imagining Young Marble Giants playing Bo Diddley for some reason, and probably not a very good reason at that. But there you go.

Artist Song Album Label Comments New
Bobby Hutcherson Clockwork of the Spirits Head On Blue Note 1971  
The Everly Brothers T for Texas Roots Warner  
The Byrds Mr. Spaceman Greatest Hits Columbia  
Neil Young Out of My Mind Sugar Mountain Live at the Canterbury House Reprise 1968 *
MIJ Grok (Martian Love Call) Yodeling Astrologer ESP-Disk 1969 *
Gary Farr Dustbin Take Something With You Sunbeam 1969 *
Linda Perhacs Parallelograms Parallelograms Sunbeam 1970 *
Claude Debussy Syrinx 3 Sonatas – Syrinx Philips Roger Bourdin flute, rec. 1966  
Mahour [untitled] VA – Santur, Tunbuk, and Tar Limelight  
Jozef van Wissem Into the Abyss of Perdition A Priori Incunabulum *
Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou Se’ We’ non nan The Voduon Effect: Funk & Sato from Benin’s Obscure Labels – 1973 – 1975 Analog Africa *
Glenn Spearman Intertextual Reference First and Last Eremite 1998  
Alfred Brendel Liszt: Anees de pelerinage: Premiere annee (Suisse) – Orage The Art of Alfred Brendel: Liszt Philips  
Animals and Men I Never Worry Never Bought Never Sold Mississippi *
Prinzhorn Dance School I Do Not Like Change Prinzhorn Dance School Astralwerks  
Country Teasers Bung Oats W.O.A.R. Holy Mountain split with Ezee Tiger  
Jessie Mae Hemphill Cowgirl Blues Get Right Blues High Water  
The Phantom Love Me VA – Rockin’ Bones: 1950s Punk & Rockabilly Rhino  
Wanda Jackson Fujiyama Mama VA – Rockin’ Bones: 1950s Punk & Rockabilly Rhino  
Link Wray Rumble VA – Rockin’ Bones: 1950s Punk & Rockabilly Rhino  
Tom Tall Stack-a-Records VA – Rockin’ Bones: 1950s Punk & Rockabilly Rhino  
Art Tatum Begin the Beguine The Complete Jazz Chronicle Solo Session + Storyville track recorded Nov. 26, 1955 for Radio Sweden