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Friday, September 27, 2013

Music From The Show

  • “Invisible” by Steve Earle
  • “All I Need” by Radiohead
  • “Heavy Rotation” by Page McConnell
  • “Here Comes the Rain” by The Eurythmics
  • “Debris” by blue October
  • “Where ever you go there you are” by The Wee Trio
  • “The Shark” by Bonobo
  • “Escape (if you like Pina Coladas)” by Rupert Holmes
  • “Something That We Do” by Clint Black
  • “Avril 14th” by Aphex Twin
  • “Feint Praise” by Bell X1
  • “Booka and the Flaming” by Barbed Wire Past
  • “Zhivago” by Kurt Rosenwinkel
  • “Honey to Ashes” by the Lickets
  • “The Fez” by Steely Dan
  • “Rain on Oliviatown” by Jerry Douglas
  • “Do I Wanna Know” by The Arctic Monkeys
  • “Metamorphosis: Metamorphosis One” by Phillip Glass

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