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Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Music From The Show

Tycho, “Hours”
Mutual Benefit, “Golden Wake”
Fugiya & Miyagi, “Electro Karaoke”
TV On The Radio, “New Cannonball Blues”
Stevie Ray Vaughn & Dick Dale, “Pipeline”
Zoot Woman, “Grey Day”
Timber Timbre, “Magic Arrow”
Wild Nothing, “This Chain Won’t Break”
C.S.S., “Alala”

Tristeza, “Building Peaks”
Pickax, “Six”
Radiohead, “In Limbo”
And So I Watch You From Afar, “The Stay Golden”
Tommy Guerrero, “Thank You”
Stanley Hiller, “Untitled”
Yo La Tengo, “Return To Hot Chicken”
Women, “Heat Distraction”
Stone Temple Pilots, “Press Play”

From “Jennifer Holliday Is Back With New Album”:

Henry Krieger and Tom Eyen, “And I am Telling You I’m Not Going” performed by Jennifer Hollliday
Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein, “The Song is You” performed by Jennifer Hollliday
Mack Gordon and Harry Warren, “At Last” performed by Jennifer Hollliday
Lesley Gore and Ellen Weston, “Love Me By Name” performed by Jennifer Hollliday


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