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Duane Eddy “Movin’ N’ Groovin’” from Have “Twangy” Guitar, Will Travel on Jamie/Guyden

Weezer “Buddy Holly” from Weezer on DGC

Urge Overkill “Nite and Grey” from Saturation on Geffen Records

Ian Hunter “Overnight Angels” from Overnight Angels on Columbia

Blue Oyster Cult “Goin’ Through the Motions” from Spectres on Columbia

The Hold Steady “Sequestered in Memphis” from Stay Positive on Vagrant

Bash & Pop “Never Aim to Please” from Friday Night is Killing Me on Sire

Jeff Beck with The Jan Hammer Group “Freeway Jam (Live)” from Jeff Beck with The Jan Hammer Group Live on Epic

Utopia “Swing to the Right” from Swing to the Right on Rhino

Steely Dan “Change of the Guard” from Can’t Buy a Thrill on Geffen* Records

The Shins “Simple Song” from Port of Morrow on Columbia

Neil Finn “Pony Ride” from Dizzy Heights on Lester

Belle and Sebastian “I Didn’t See It Coming” from Write About Love (Bonus Track Version) on Matador

Elvis Costello “Coal-Train Robberies” from Spike (The Beloved Entertainer) on Warner Bros.

John Handy “Hard Work” from Hard Work on ABC Records

Leonard Cohen “Treaty” from You Want It Darker on Columbia

Peter Gabriel “Don’t Give Up” from So on David Geffen Co

Iron and Wine “Walking Far from Home” from Kiss Each Other Clean on Warner Bros.

Mercury Rev “Holes” from Deserter’s Songs on V2

Peggy Lee “Is That All There Is” from All-Time Greatest Hits, Volume 1 on Curb Records

Ant Trip Ceremony “Elaborations” from 24 Hours on Cicadelic Records

The Rolling Stones “19th Nervous Breakdown” from Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass) [Remastered] on ABKCO

Johnny Hallyday “Mal” from Anthologie 1966-69 on Mercury Records

Gore Gore Girls “Up All Night” from Up All Night on Get Hip

The Witnesses “Baby Boom” from Tunnel Vision on Howler Records

The Fleshtones “Back To School” from Take A Good Look on Yep Roc

The Kinks “Till the End of the Day (Live)” from One for the Road (Live) on Legacy Recordings

Alabama Shakes “The Greatest” from Sound & Color (Bonus Track Version) on Rough Trade / Hostess

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

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