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    This article was written on 16 Mar 2014, and is filled under 1930s, 1950s, 1960's, Eclectic, Exotica, Film, Folk, Indian, Jazz, Latin, Psychedelic.

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    freedom fry hi/fi: long players

    long players another hour of tunes all taken from salvaged and sometimes savaged vinyl records, this episode feat.  Jazz, psych and heavy Indian numbers.

     

     

     

     

    peepin’ – Lou Donaldson

    …and don’t you forget it – Hubert Laws

    tete and barbs in my mind – Dudu Pukwana

    instrumental – from Taiwanese Lp (union mcm-1005)

    instrumental  – from Taiwanese Lp (union mcm- 1005)

    title in Korean -yang hee un

    title in Korean – san ul lim

    may I light your cigarette – Beacon Street Union

    Just my soul responding – Smokey Robinson

    variation on the theme to Pathar Panchali – Ravi Shankar

    night is my friend – Molly Drake

    lalat “ghatan lagi rain” (teental) – Kesarbai Kerkar

    shree part 2 – dattatreya Vishnu paluskar

    suha sughrai: tumare milanko – nivruttiboa sarnaik

     

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