Friday, July 18, 2008

Track Listing

01 The Barracudas: 'Summer Fun' from Drop Out With the Barracudas (Voxx)
02 Olivia Tremor Control: 'Silverbug' from The Frosted Ambassador (Kindercore)
03 Alva Noto: 'u_08-1' from Unitxt (Raster-Noton)
04 A Sunny Day In Glasgow: 'The Best Summer Ever' from Scribble Mural Comic Journal (Notenuf)
05 Bert Kaempfert: 'Happy Trumpet' from Greatest Hits (Decca)
06 Benny Benassi: 'Satisfaction' from Hypnotica (Ultra Records)
07 Black Moth Super Rainbow: 'Drippy Eye' from Dandelion Gum (Graveface)
08 Tricky: 'Coalition' from Knowle West Boy (Domino)
09 Vijay Iyer: 'Window Text' from Tragicomic (Sunnyside)
10 Fridge: 'The Sun' from The Sun (Text)
11 Wilmoth Houdini: 'Sweet Like a Honey Bee' from Poor But Ambitious: Calypso Classics from Trinidad - Historic Recordings 1928-1940 (Arhoolie)
12 Go Home Productions: 'Luther's Orange Squash' (Luther Vandross vs. REM) from Spliced Krispies website
13 Boards of Canada: 'Turquoise Hexagon Sun' from Music Has the Right to Children (Warp)
14 Buffy Sainte-Marie: 'Summer Boy' from Fire & Fleet & Candlelight (Vanguard)
15 The Housemartins: 'Five Get Over Excited' from The People Who Grinned Themselves to Death (Go! Discs)
16 Anne Pigalle: 'Intermission (The Gods Are Bored)' from Everything Could Be So Perfect (ZTT)
17 Trembling Blue Stars: 'Abba on the Jukebox' from the label sampler Lights on a Darkening Shore (Shinkansen)
18 Oscar Peterson: 'The Things We Did Last Summer' from Oscar Peterson Sings (Clef)
19 Donovan: 'The Sun Is A Very Magic Fellow' from The Hurdy Gurdy Man (Epic)
20 Gordon Giltrap: 'Heartsong' [edit] from Perilous Journey (Resurgence)
21 Raymond Scott: 'Cindy Electronium' from OHM: The Early Gurus of Electronic Music (Ellipsis Arts)
22 Ass Ponys: 'Little Bastard' from Electric Rock Music (A&M)
23 Pluto Shervington: 'Dat' from Dat: The Best Of (Trojan)
24 Sad Kermit: 'Hurt' website
25 Tetuzi Akiyama: 'I Will Be With You' from The Ancient Balance to Control Death (Western Vinyl)
26 Arnold Schwarzenegger: 'It's Raining Men' from Total Body Workout (Sony)
27 David Turpin: 'Pony Tears' from The Sweet Used-To-Be (Vibe)
28 Half Japanese: 'Summer Nights' from Hello (Alternative Tentacles)
29 Freiheit: 'So lang' man Traume noch leben kann' from Ihre Grossten Hits (Sony BMG)
30 David Kitt: 'Going In A Field' from The Black and Red Notebook (Rough Trade)

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Oh, man, The Barracudas, Half Japanese and Pluto Shervington?

Hang on, this posting's just an analogue of the knowledgeable see-I-get-it theatregoer's laugh. Sorry.