(Source: Spotify)

Van Morrison  - Cyprus Avenue, Fillmore East 9/23/70

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Lammer - Big Personality EP (2011)

On Spotify, finally. http://open.spotify.com/album/53d1n5CjBjV7JJhZSrJJi6

And Rdio: http://rd.io/x/QV4CYSJx65M/

Bikini Kill, 1990

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Francis and the Lights - ETC


Ziggy is advised in a dream by the infinites to write the coming of a starman, so he writes ‘Starman’, which is the first news of hope that the people have heard. So they latch on to it immediately. The starmen that he is talking about are called the infinites, and they are black-hole jumpers. Ziggy has been talking about this amazing spaceman who will be coming down to save the earth. They arrive somewhere in Greenwich Village. They don’t have a care in the world and are of no possible use to us. They just happened to stumble into our universe by black-hole jumping. Their whole life is travelling from universe to universe. In the stage show, one of them resembles Brando, another one is a Black New Yorker. I even have one called Queenie the Infinite Fox. Now Ziggy starts to believe in all this himself and thinks himself a prophet of the future starman. He takes himself up to incredible spiritual heights and is kept alive by his disciples. When the infinites arrive, they take bits of Ziggy to make themselves real because in their original state they are anti-matter and cannot exist in our world. And they tear him to pieces on stage during the song ‘Rock ‘n’ roll suicide’. As soon as Ziggy dies on stage the infinites take his elements and make themselves visible.
— David Bowie interviewed by William Burroughs, Rolling Stone, February 1974

Don’t Lie - Vampire Weekend (from Modern Vampires of the City, 2013)

Tulu Rogers — Appaloosa (1969)

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Jessie Ware - Diamonds (Rihanna cover)