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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Music From The Show

Bonobo, “Light Pattern”
MIA, “Paper Planes”
Garage a Trois, “Fat Redneck Gangster”
Massive Attack, “Paradise Circus”
Notorious BIG, “The What”
Avishai Cohen, “Variations in G Minor”
Imelda May “Road Runner”
Imelda May “Proud and Humble”
Imelda May “Tainted Love” written by Ed Cobb
Imelda May (performing with Darrel Higham) “Inside Out”
Imelda May “Kentish Town Waltz”
Imelda May “Psycho”
Imelda May (performing with Darrel Higham) “Mayhem


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