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    Freedom fry Hi-Fi: Episode 61


     first episode of the year brings you some moog, psych, prog, country, mambo and novelty tunes, you know, the usual soup

     

     

     

     

    for a few dollars more – synthesonic sounds

    nine moons in Alaska -beaver and krause

    don’t let the dragon eat your mother – john mclaughlin

    because you’re mine- tony & maria villa

    message from james dean- bill hayes

    rangers mambo – herb zane orchestra

    smokes – ? and the mysterians

    boot it – carrol bros

    six more miles to the graveyard – hank williams

    dear brother – hank and Audrey williams

    sexy polka – Bernie witkowski

    courtableau – Nathan abshire w/ armond badineaux

    voce me conversou – Jorge veiga

    psychedelic stuff – chris bell

    music for cymbals – sounds and silence

    come sunday  – eric dolphy

    remorse – john betjeman

     

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