Monthly Archives: September 2012

Induced to Judder Playlist [9/6/2012]

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  1. “For the Love of Money” – The O’Jays – Ship Ahoy [SBME: 2003]
  2. “Money (That’s What I Want)” – Barret Strong – Collection [Universal UK: 2004]
  3. “Love, Life and Money” – The Wandering – Go On, Now, You Can’t Stay Here [South: 2012]
  4. “I’ve Got Money on My Mind” – Andre Williams – Hoods and Shades [Bloodshot: 2012]
  5. “Pay Me My Money Down” – Todd Clouser’s Love Electric – 20th Century Folk Selections [Royal Potato: 2012]
  6. “Money” – Grace Potter & the Nocturnals – – Grace Potter & the Nocturnals [Hollywood: 2010]
  7. “Money” – Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings – I Learned the Hard Way [Daptone: 2010]
  8. “It’s Money that I Love” – Randy Newman – Live in London [Nonesuch: 2011]
  9. “Cherryco” – John Coltrane and Don Cherry – The Avant Garde [Atlantic: 1990]
  10. “Somedays” – Neneh Cherry – Homebrew [EMI: 1992]
  11. “Cross Roads” – Ravi Coltrane – Spirit Fiction [Blue Note: 2012]
  12. “Before the Beginning” – Trixie Whitley – Just Tell Me That You Want Me-A Tribute to Fleetowood Mac [Hear: 2012]
  13. “Spoonful” – Chris Whitley – Perfect Day [Valley: 2000]
  14. “Anywhere I Lay My Head” – Tom Waits – Rain Dogs [Island: 1990]
  15. “I’ll Be Home Tomorrow” – Hope Waits – Introducing Hope Waits [Itunes: 2011]
  16. “It’s All Over Now” – Dirty Dozen Brass Band feat/ Dr. John – Voodoo [SBME: 2003]
  17. “Blackbirds” – Erin McKeown w. Bonerama – Dear New Orleans [ATC: 2011]
  18. “Mr. Go” – Bonerama – Dear New Orleans [ATC: 2011]
  19. “Krewe Kut” – New Orleans Nightcrawler – Slither Slice [Threadhead: 2009]
  20. “Down to the Delta” – Bruce Cockburn – Breakfast in New Orleans, Dinner in Timbuktu [Rykodisc: 1990]
  21. “A Change is Gonna Come” – Allison Moorer – Dear New Orleans [ATC: 2011]
  22. “Every Day I Have the Blues” – Snooks Eaglin – New Orleans Street Singer [Smithsonian: 2005]
  23. “Crescent City” – Lucinda Williams – 10-04-2007 Town Hall NY [Self: 2007]
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