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Mindil Beach Markets
Reggie Watts: Live From Third Man Records
Doctor Dunbar's Medicine Band

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Here we kick off with a song obviously dedicated to our own Rox of Spazhouse. It’s “Hobo Blues” by Mindil Beach Markets.

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That particular song does not appear to be from their self-titled debut album, but you can snag the album here from Amazon as an MP3 download.

This is Reggie Watts, who just needs a bit of gear and a mic to go nuts, apparently.

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He’s promoting his new vinyl LP release, Live at Third Man Records. You can check that out here.

Yet another one of those songs where it wound up in my iTunes mix and I have no idea where I procured it originally: it’s Doctor Dunbar’s Medicine Band and “My One True Love” from 2005.

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That’s from their self-titled album, which is available from Amazon in both CD and MP3 format.

Marcus Bonfanti: What Good Am I To You?
Thai? Dai! The Heavier Side of the Lukthung Underground

I know where I found this one, though. Caught a live performance of this on an episode of Clive Anderson’s “Loose Ends.” There’s an official video version–but the studio version just lacks something that I can’t quite put my finger on. Here’s the best live version I could find of Marcus Bonfanti’s “Give Me Your Cash.”

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That’s off his album from last year, What Good Am I To You. It’s available from Amazon in both CD and MP3 format.

We have a pair of selections from Rob–he’s discovered a label called Finders Keepers. Here’s a selection from their Pomegranates compliation, featuring folk, psych rock and funk pop from 1960s & 70s Iran. This is “Helelyos” from Zia Atabi.

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That’s available from Amazon in both CD and MP3 download format.

And here’s one from Rob from the compilation album, Thai? Dai! The Heavier Sound of the Lukthung Underground. He says “This is a collection of Thai underground music form bands form the city of Bangkok and also in the Thai countryside. The songs range form edgy punk rock to a more sophisticated pop sound.” This selection is “Kosok Tee Det” by Plearn Promdan.

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