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Pete Dixon

Monday 20 December 2010 7:00pm to 10:01pm

Time Artist/Title Album Label
Damin Eih, A.L.K. & Brother Clark  
July   My Clown July
Pumice   Brown Brown Brown Worldwide Gullet
Lubelski, Samara   The Evolution Flow Future Slip
Sun City Girls   The Imam Funeral Mariachi
Hash Jar Tempo   Well Oiled Pt. 7 Well Oiled
Deutsche Wertarbeit   Deutscher Wald Deutsche Wertarbeit
Copernicus   Nagasaki Nothing Exists
My Solid Ground   Dirty Yellow Mix My Solid Ground
Andwellas Dream   Man Without A Name Love and Poetry
Don Drummond   Burning Touch Deep Ska Volume 2
Jackson, Amy   GoGo's Tears Japanese Rockin' Psyche & Punk '65-'71: Psychedelic Man
Blue Phantom   Equivalence Distortions
Crudup, Arthur "Big Boy"   Someday Give Me a 32-20
John D. Twitty   A Gang Of Trouble Rare Gap-Filling Blues (1927-1937)
Lil McClintok   Furniture Man Atlanta Blues: 1927-30
Clara Smith   You Dirty Dog Clara Smith Vol. 7 (1930-1932)
Blind Roosevelt Graves   New York Blues Blind Roosevelt Graves (1929-36)
Pete Harris   Is You Mad At Me Texas Blues
Bracey, Ishman   The Fore Day Blues I'm Going Where The Water Drinks Like Wine
Big Bill Broonzy   You Do It Big Bill Broonzy - Vol. 3 (1928-1939)
Kid Prince Moore   Honey Dripping Papa Kid Prince Moore: 1936-1938
Abuelo, Miguel Y Nada   El Muelle Miguel Abuelo Y Nada
Standard Tribesmen   Waiting Waiting
Fibreforms   April Earthtone
Captain Beefheart & His Magic   Yellow Brick Road Grow Fins Vol. 1
Pin Group, the   Coat Pin Group, The
Pigeons   The Postcard Visions of The Valley
The Spiders   I'm A Man Back
Wrens, The   Happy Meadowlands, The
Eno   Blank Frank Here Come the Warm Jets
Warsaw   Shadowplay Warsaw
Azusa Plane, the   Lou, Nico, Sterling, John An Lou, Nico, Sterling, John and
Vertical Slit   The Starlight Investor . . . and Beyond
Physical Demon   Ommatidia #2 Physical Demon / Al Qaeda Septet
2 Foot Flame   Cordoned Off 2 Foot Flame
Optiganally Yours   Nighters Spotlight on Optiganally Yours
Ignatz   I Was Not There Ignatz II
Coolies   Shift Master
Procol Harum   Still There'll Be More Home