the first stone

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Saturday, July 16, 2011

MUGGLESTONE HI-FI Sum of 11 vol. 3

This last mix is probably my fav of the bunch because it played itself. I picked up a few Sega records from Mauritus (islands of Madagascar where the rich French come to sun) that blew my mind and sowed them with some dust that I found at Backtrack Records in Lincoln when I was there to see my cousin wed in the local Masonic Temple. This is the mid-summer mid-afternoon cool drink to begin the day (whether its a can o beer, a vodka tonic, or a caipirinha). Please enjoy!

Track Listing::>

01. Franki Valli- I Can't Take My Eyes Off You
02. Sanford Clark- The Fool
03. Booker T & the MGs- Aw, Mercy
04. Etta James- Something's Got a Hold on Me
05. Lonnie Donnegan- Lost John
06. Dave York- Beach Party
07. Roger Clency and Marie Josee- Famille Coutou
08. Bobby Gregg and Friends- The Jam Pt. 2
09. Mable John- Able Mable
10. Lee Hazlewood- Don't Cry
11. Jack McDuff- The Vibrator
12. Unknown Japanese Singer- Inochi Blues
13. The Muppets- Ma-Na-Ma-Na
14. Gerard Cimiotti e Son Ensemble- 40 Mozart
15. Lord Buckingham's XI- Fried Onions
16. Dossie "Thunderbird" Terry- Skinny Ginny
17. Naughty Abbie- Ala Moana Annie
18. Gerard Cimiotti- Sega Dans Camp Creole
19. Paul Evans- Happy Go Lucky Me
20. Marlene Dietrich- Lili Marlene

Here is the .zip

1 comment:

Natalie said...

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