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Martin Denny “Midnight Cowboy” from Exotic Moog on Liberty

Blossom Toes “Look At Me I’m You” from We Are Ever So Clean on ODL

White Fence “Like That” from For the Recently Found Innocent on Drag City

The Electric Prunes “I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night) [Remastered]” from Too Much To Dream – Original Group Recordings: Reprise 1966-1967 (Remastered) on Rhino/Warner Bros.

Echo & The Bunnymen “Senseless” from Reverberation on Rhino

The Byrds “Change Is Now (Single Version)” from The Notorious Byrd Brothers on Columbia

Cream “I’m So Glad (Live At The Forum, Los Angeles / 1968)” from Goodbye on Universal Music Group International

Modest Mouse “Lampshades On Fire” from Strangers to Ourselves on Epic

Foster the People “Ask Yourself” from Supermodel on Columbia

David Byrne & Brian Eno “Strange Overtones” from Everything That Happens Will Happen Today on Todomundo Ltd.

The Shins “Sealegs” from Wincing the Night Away on Sub-Pop

Neil Finn “Better Than TV” from Dizzy Heights on Lester

Beck “Missing” from Guero on Interscope

Bill Frisell “Pipeline” from Guitar in the Space Age! on Okeh

Donovan “Get Thy Bearings” from Hurdy Gurdy Man on Epic

Joanna Newsom “Divers” from Divers on Drag City

Richard Thompson “Shoot Out The Lights (Acoustic)” from Acoustic Classics on Beeswing Records

Wilco “Sky Blue Sky” from Sky Blue Sky on Nonesuch

Patterson Hood “Pride of the Yankees” from Murdering Oscar (And Other Love Songs) on Ruth St Records

Neko Case “I’m From Nowhere” from The Worse Things Get, the Harder I Fight, the Harder I Fight, the More I Love You (Deluxe Edition) on Anti/Epitaph

The Dirt Bombs “Jaguar” from Party Store on In the Red Records

Suzy Quatro “Shine My Machine” from Suzy Quatro on Rak

X “Burning House of Love” from Ain’t Love Grand (Deluxe Version) on Rhino/Elektra

The I Don’t Cares “Need The Guys” from Wild Stab on Dry Wood

Nick Lowe “So It Goes” from Jesus of Cool on Yep Roc

Paul McCartney & Wings “Helen Wheels” from Band on the Run: Remastered Special Edition on Capitol Records

John Kongos “He’s Gonna Step on You Again” from Living In the 70’s, Vol. 3 on Sony Music Entertainment

James Brown “People Get Up and Drive Your Funky Soul” from Motherlode on Polydor

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