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The hilarious Flight of the Conchords; A Swedish pop set with Sambassadeur; 1920s electronica: The Real Tuesday Weld; A new compilation showcasing Fats Domino; Jazz legend Charles Mingus with Eric Dolphy; Rare recordings from Stephen Stills; Solo work by Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore.

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Charles Mingus with Eric Dolphy, Fats Domino, Thurston Moore

The Distant Future
If You're Not Into It
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The Labrador 100
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The London Book of the Dead
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Greatest Hits: Walking to New Orleans
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Cornell 1964
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Just Roll Tape

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Trees Outside the Academy
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