Have You Been To Satellite Yet??

Without a doubt, moving the record store has been the decision we’ve ever made! Ever since re-opening on July 1st, we’ve been killing it! Nothing but love from the community. Excellent in-store shows. And more incoming New Arrival music and movies than we’ve ever had before! The amount of cool stuff coming in here is just staggering. If you haven’t checked out the new spot yet, yr missing out! We’ve stocked so much vinyl over the past month that you could easily lose several hours diggin’ through the stacks.

We’ve also got some pretty incredible daytime events coming up! NYC legends Oneida will be stopping by tomorrow (8/31) for a 1pm performance + meet & greet.

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We just confirmed today that Heavy Times will be playing the store on Saturday, August 16th!
Satellite Records is Kalamazoo’s new hot spot!

 

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Frequently Asked Questions About Satellite Records

People are incredibly excited about our impending move and re-branding! We’re very flattered to be receiving so much love and attention. Can’t wait to see what new opportunities the Vine Neighborhood will offer!

Many people have been asking questions about this whole process. We decided to compile some of the more common ones and answer as best we can. Enjoy!

1. When and where are you moving?
We’re shutting down June 29th and 30th. We will (hopefully) be open as Satellite Records on July 1st.
We will be at 808 S. Westnedge. Right next to Bagel Beanery, 4th Coast, Crow’s Nest, Martini’s, S Westnedge Market and more!
There will be a Grand Opening party on Sat, July 12.

2. Is it a bigger space?
The new building is about the same size as our current one. It’s shaped more like a rectangle though and will be easier to manipulate. Hoping to fit a few extra things in there…

3. Will you still be hosting shows?
Yes! In fact, we’re planning to build a stage with an improved PA. We’re planning to start hosting more shows than ever before!

4. Will you still be associated with the Grandville store?
No. We’ve actually been under different ownership for a few years now. Moving has provided a perfect opportunity to re-brand.

5. Will you still be stocking the same types of records?
Yes and no. We’re not planning to cut out any current aspect of our business. You will still find all the same genre sections. We are planning to improve on several things. As business increases, we will be stocking a great deal more New Vinyl. Especially Indie, Punk, Hip Hop, Metal and Psych.
We are also greatly expanding our selection of 45s & 12″ Singles!
We are also planning to expand our t-shirt selection and VHS display. There has also been talk of venturing into Books and Video Games. Stay tuned for more info on that!

6. Can I still use my Corner Record Shop Loyalty Card or Gift Certificate?
Yes! We’re only changing our name. All previous cards, certificates and receipts will be honored.

7. What hours will you be open?
We’re planning to expand from our current hours. Looking at 10-9 Mon-Sat & 11-6 Sun.

8. Why the name Satellite Records?
We’re changing the name to eliminate confusion between us and the Grandville store.
The name is inspired by the original Stax Records imprint and on site record store.
We’re planning to greatly increase our association with Already Dead Tapes (Sean is a co-owner of the label). All new releases from the label will be released simultaneously on the AD webstore and at Satellite Records. In effect we will become the “satellite” location for Already Dead Tapes.

9. Why the Vine Neighborhood?
We’ve always loved that part of Kalamazoo. Pretty much everyone working here currently lives there or has previously lived there.
We’re excited about being next to some of our favorite restaurants and shops.
In our opinion, the Vine has some of the best walking traffic in Kalamazoo. A record store in that neighborhood just makes too much sense!

10. Are you hiring?
Not right now. Feel free to keep checking in though! If our new location takes off like we think it will, then new positions will soon be available…

SEE Y’ALL SOON!

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June 3rd New Vinyl Order List!

We’re continue our new program of New Release Special Orders! Here’s some of what’s gonna be available on June 3rd. Remember, we aren’t gonna be able to bring all of it in to put on the shelves. If you see something you really want, let us know and we’ll get it specifically for you!

- June 3 -

Rock & Pop

Led Zeppelin – “I”
“II”
“III”

Morrissey – “Vauxhall & I”

Soundgarden – “Superunknown”

Peter Murphy – “Lion”

Rich Robinson – “Ceaseless Sight”

Paul Weller – “More Modern Classics”

Bruno Coulais – “Coraline OST”

Jon Brion – “Paranorman OST”

Deep Purple – “Made In Japan” box set

Townes Van Zandt – “Down Home”

Echo & The Bunnymen – “Ocean Rain”

Harry Dean Stanton – “Partly Fiction”

Punk

Parquet Courts – “Sunbathing Animal”

Indie

Bob Mould – “Beauty & Rain”

Fucked Up – “Glass Boys”

Tigers Jaw – “Charmer”

Dan Wilson – “Love Without Fear”

Orwells – “Disgraceland”

Hamilton Leithauser – “Black Hours”

Matisyahu – “Akeda”

L.P. – “Forever For Now”

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah – “Only Run”

American Analog Set – “S/T”

Matt Pond PA – “Emblems”

British Sea Power – “From The Sea To The Land Beyond”

Metal

Pantera – “Far Beyond Bootleg: Live At Donington 94”

Arch Enemy – “War Eternal”

Fu Manchu – “Gigantoid”

Floor – “Oblation”

Psych / Experimental

The Fall – “White Lightning”

Lydia Lunch – “Fistfull Of Desert Blues”

Laraaji – “Remixes”

Ed Schrader’s Music Beat – “Party Jail”

Hawkwind – “Mighty Hawkwind Classics 1980-1985”

Sun Ra – “Cosmos”
“Live At Montreux”

Scott Walker – “Scott”
“Scott 2”
“Scott 3”
“Scott 4”

Jazz

Miles Davis – “Musings Of Miles”

Diana Krall – “Look Of Love”

Soul

Lee Fields & The Expressions – “Emma Jean”

V/A – “Wheedle’s Groove: Seattle Funk 2 1972-1987”

V/A – “Northern Soul All Nighters”

World

V/A – “Soul Jazz Presents Calypso: Musical Poetry In The Caribbean 1955-69”

Orquestra Afro-Brasileira – “S/T”

Hip Hop

50 Cent – “Animal Ambition”

 

 

- June 10 -

Jack White – “Lazaretto”

Michael Jackson – “Xscape”

Tori Amos – “Unrepentant Geraldines”

Sufjan Stevens – “Enjoy Your Rabbit”

Clutch – “Robot Hive”

 

 

- June 17 -

Ernie Graham – “S/T”

Sade – “Stronger Than Pride”

Paul Westerberg – “14 Songs”

Wendy Carlos – “Tron OST”

Spiritualized – “Royal Albert Hall October 10, 1997 Live”

Dave Matthews – “Remember Two Things”

 

 

- June 24 -

Chicago – “Chicago VII”

Warren Zevon – “Bad Luck Streak In Dancing School”

Billy Joel – “The Stranger” MoFi

Echo & The Bunnymen – “Meteorites”
MF Doom – “Special Herbs 5 &6”

Mastodon – “One More Round The Sun”

Mogwai – “Come On Die Young”

Godflesh – “Pure”

 

- July 1 -

Jackie McLean – “4, 5 & 6”

Oliver Nelson – “Screamin The Blues”

Django Reinhardt – “Plays Gershwin & Ellington”

Billie Holiday – “Billy’s Blues”

Cabaret Voltaire – “No. 7885: Electropunk to Technopunk 1975-1985”

Miles Davis – “At Carnegie Hall”

Jeff Buckley – “Dreams Of The Way We Were”

Bob Marley – “Legend: 30th Anniversary Edition”

Levon Helm – “Midnight Ramble Sessions 3”

Old Crow Medicine Show – “Remedy”

John Coltrane – “Stardust”

 

- July 8 -

They Might Be Giants – “Idlewild: A Compilation”

Syd Barrett – “Opel”
“Madcap Laughs”
“Barrett”

The Fall – “Unutterable”

Damned – “Machine Gun Etiquette”
“Black Album”
“Chiswick Singles – And Another Thing”

Swell Maps – “Archive Recordings 1: Wastrels & Whippersnappers”

 

- July 15 -

V/A – “Divided & United: Songs Of The Civil War”

Peter, Paul & Mary – “In The Wind”
“S/T”

Roy Orbison – “In Dreams”

Vangelis – “Heaven & Hell”

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DIGGIN’ IN THE CRATES #31 – The System “Sweat”

It’s been a long time since our last Diggin’ post. Too long. We’ve got plenty of good excuses though. Getting ready for the big move. Record Store Day. Sean was on tour. We get internet lazy sometimes…

Anyways, here’s another dig:

Peter and I were out record hunting the other day and scored a ton of great records. Lot’s of stuff we’d never heard before. Some killer 80’s Funk, New Jack Swing and Synth Pop. I’ve been all about this kind of music ever since the weather broke. Currently listening to one that’s really hitting the spot.

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Grabbed this record for the cover alone (obviously). Gave it a brief sample while digging and decided it was worth picking up. After a full spin, I’m loving it even more! This record has it all. One of the best crossovers of Funk and New Wave I’ve heard. Tight guitar licks, awesome synth lines, heavy drum samples, funky soul vocals and spacey background noises. Extra long tracks that work equally well for Dance Floors and Front Porches. This is essential summertime music!

A little research revealed some interesting info. The System is a duo consisting of prominent session keyboardist David Frank and then unheard of singer/guitarist Mic Murphy. They initially met while working as tour keyboardist and road manager (respectively) for Funk band Kleeer.
Later on, Frank was working on a track with a pre-famous Madonna. She ended up backing out duo to creative differences. On a whim, Frank invited his old tour buddy into the studio and results were magic!
The duo is credited with ushering in a whole new world of 80’s Synth Funk. Love it!

Some of you will probably recognize their big hit “You Are In My System”. If you’ve never given the full album a chance, I highly recommend it!

- Sean

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PRE MEMORIAL DAY SALE!

We’ll be closed tomorrow for Memorial Day. So, let’s make today count!

One day only, from 12-5 we’ll be giving double loyalty card stamps on ALL purchases! No limit! Come get yr dig on!

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New Vinyl & Special Orders!

We recently did a facebook poll to find what our customers most liked and disliked about the store. We received lot’s of positive feedback and are looking forward to implementing some of the ideas given to us. 

By far the biggest request was for more New Vinyl and New Releases. We’re going to do our best to improve! Here’s the plan:

We will be placing a New Vinyl order every Thursday afternoon. Some of the selections will be our picks but we’re looking to get a more efficient Special Order system together. Every week we will be updating a list of all the cool New Releases coming out that month. 
There will be a physical copy of the list in the store + a digital version on our Website and Facebook Page. 

If you see anything on the list that you can’t live without, let us know and we’ll order you a copy! 
In addition, if there is an album you want that’s not on the list (new or old), we can try to track it down for you. 

Our distributor usually takes 1-2 days to ship. That means, as long as your order is placed by Thursday afternoon, it will arrive by the weekend! 

We can pre-order releases scheduled several weeks out. The sooner your order gets in the better chance we have of getting it for the release date!



Here is the Special Order list as it stands right now. Releases scheduled for next week are organized by genre. All other titles are organized by release date. If you want anything, just respond to this email, stop in or call us at (269) 381-0218!

- May 27 -

Rock & Pop

Neil Young – “Letter Home” (Box Set)

Oasis – “Definitely Maybe”

Dave Porter – “Breaking Bad OST”

Wilko Johnson & Roger Daltrey – “Going Back Home”

Depeche Mode – “Exciter”
“Speak & Spell”
“Playing The Angel”

Blind Melon – “S/T”

Kiss – “Carnival Of Souls”
“Rock & Roll Over”
“Creatures Of The Night”
“Music From The Elder”
“Hot In The Shade”
“Crazy Nights”
“Alive III”
“Alive: The Millennium Concert”

John Lennon – “Shaved Fish”

Moe. – “No Guts No Glory”

Indie

Sharon Van Etten – “Are We There”

Lily Allen – “Sheezus”

Twenty One Pilots – “Vessel”

Spanish Gold – “South Of Nowhere”

Owen Pallett – “In Conflict”

Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires – “Dereconstructed”

Guided By Voices – “Cool Planet”

Psych / Experimental

Fripp & Eno – “No Pussyfooting”
“Evening Star”

John Martyn – “Solid Air Classics Revisited”

Kemialliset Ystavat – “Alas Rattoisaa Virtaa”

Philip Glass – “Glassworks”

Peter Kyed – “Valhalla Rising OST”

Speed Guru (of Acid Mothers Temple) vs Plastic Crimewave – “Psychedelic Showdown”

Nurse With Wound – “Parade”

Hip Hop

Roots – “& Then You Shoot Your Cousin”

Redman – “Whut? Thee Album”

Madlib – “Shades Of Blue”

LL Cool J – “Radio”

Pharoahe Monch – “PTSD”

Last Poets – “S/T”

Blu – “Good To Be Home”

Metal

Triptykon – “Melana Chasmata”

Eyehategod – “S/T”

Prong – “Ruining Lives”

Godflesh – “S/T”

Judas Priest – “Stained Class” MoFi

Punk

7 Seconds – “Leave A Light On”

Ataris – “Blue Skies Broken Hearts”
“Anywhere But Here”

Revolting Cocks – “Beers, Steers & Queers”

Cheap Girls – “Famous Graves”

Foxing – “The Albatross”

World

V/A – “Sound Of Siam 2: Molam & Luk Thung 1970-1982”

V/A – “Studio Rio Presents: The Brazil Connection”

Seun Kuti & Egypt 80 – “Long Way To The Beginning”

Edith Piaf – “23 Unforgettable Classics”

Omar Souleyman – “Wenu Wenu”

Soul

V/A – “Trapped: Sixteen R&B and Early Soul Stompers”

Jazz

McCoy Tyner – “The Real McCoy”

Hank Mobley – “Soul Station”

Horace Silver – “Song For My Father”

Grant Green – “Idle Moments”

Nels Cline – “MacRoscope”

Chet Baker – “Early Chet”
“Chet Is Back”

 

- June 3 -

Led Zeppelin – “I”
“II”
“III”

Morrissey – “Vauxhall & I”

Soundgarden – “Superunknown”

Bob Mould – “Beauty & Rain”

Fucked Up – “Glass Boys”

Tigers Jaw – “Charmer”

 

- June 10 -

Jack White – “Lazaretto”

Michael Jackson – “Xscape”

Tori Amos – “Unrepentant Geraldines”

Sufjan Stevens – “Enjoy Your Rabbit”

Clutch – “Robot Hive”

 

 

- June 17 -

Ernie Graham – “S/T”

Sade – “Stronger Than Pride”

Paul Westerberg – “14 Songs”

Wendy Carlos – “Tron OST”

Spiritualized – “Royal Albert Hall October 10, 1997 Live”

Dave Matthews – “Remember Two Things”

 

 

- June 24 -

Chicago – “Chicago VII”

Warren Zevon – “Bad Luck Streak In Dancing School”

Billy Joel – “The Stranger” MoFi

Echo & The Bunnymen – “Meteorites”
MF Doom – “Special Herbs 5 &6”

Mastodon – “One More Round The Sun”

Mogwai – “Come On Die Young”

Godflesh – “Pure”

 

- July 1 -

Jackie McLean – “4, 5 & 6”

Oliver Nelson – “Screamin The Blues”

Django Reinhardt – “Plays Gershwin & Ellington”

Billie Holiday – “Billy’s Blues”

Cabaret Voltaire – “No. 7885: Electropunk to Technopunk 1975-1985”

Miles Davis – “At Carnegie Hall”

Jeff Buckley – “Dreams Of The Way We Were”

Bob Marley – “Legend: 30th Anniversary Edition”

Levon Helm – “Midnight Ramble Sessions 3”

Old Crow Medicine Show – “Remedy”

John Coltrane – “Stardust”

 

- July 8 -

They Might Be Giants – “Idlewild: A Compilation”

Syd Barrett – “Opel”
“Madcap Laughs”
“Barrett”

The Fall – “Unutterable”

Damned – “Machine Gun Etiquette”
“Black Album”
“Chiswick Singles – And Another Thing”

Swell Maps – “Archive Recordings 1: Wastrels & Whippersnappers”

 

- July 15 -

V/A – “Divided & United: Songs Of The Civil War”

Peter, Paul & Mary – “In The Wind”
“S/T”

Roy Orbison – “In Dreams”

Vangelis – “Heaven & Hell”

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Record Store Day Leftovers

The pandimonium of Record Store Day is now over with. The dust has settled and we’re all back to record shopping as we know and love it. A relaxed, enjoyable experience. Not the feeding frenzy that is the big day.

If you opted to avoid the crowds last weekend, have no fear! There is still plenty of cool leftover RSD releases in stock! We tried to be very picky about what we brought in this year. So, even though we still have tons of records left, most of it is stuff we would have ordered anyways and are happy to still have on the shelves.

We’ve gone through and listed every RSD release that’s still in stock. Most of these have only one copy left, so don’t sleep on it!

If you live out of town and want any of these shipped to you, we’d be happy to do that! Just email us at kzoocornerrecord@gmail.com or call (269) 381-0218

DIG:

(Crossed out titles are now sold out! Last edited 4/29/14)

311 – “Evolver” LP
Aerosmith – “Draw The Line” LP
Aerosmith – “Night In The Ruts” LP
Aerosmith – “Rock In A Hard Place” LP
Aerosmith – “Rocks” LP
Aillacara 2743 – “S/T” 45
Al Kent – “When Did You Stop” 12
Albert Ammons – “Boogie Woogie Stomp” 12
Alexander Tucker – “S/T” LP
Alexis Zoumbas – “A Lament For Epirus” LP
Alvarius B / Sir Richard Bishop – “If You Don’t Like It… DON’T!”
The Animals – “S/T” EP
Atmosphere – “The Lake Nokomis” 12
Autistic Behavior – “Shattered Cattle” LP
Autumn Defense / Josh Rouse – “Sentimental Lady” 45
Beauregarde – “Testify” 45
Black Lips – “Funny” 45
Black Prairie – “Fortune” 45
Bleachers (Jack Antonoff of Fun.) – “I Wanna Get Better” 45
Blitzen Trapper – “Hold On” 45
Bobby Rush – “Upstairs At United” EP
Breadwinner – “Burner” LP
Broken Bells – “Holding On For Life” EP
Camp Sophisto – “Songs In Praise Of The Revolution” 45
Childish Gambino – “Because The Internet” LP
Chris Forsyth – “Solar Live” LP
Christian Death – “The Edward Colver Edition” 45
Close Your Eyes – “Prepackaged Hope” 45
Court Yard Hounds – “Amelita” LP
Creepoid – “Wet” LP
Criolo – “Duas de Cinco” EP
Cults – “Upstairs At United” EP
Dave Alvin & Phil Alvin – “Songs From Common Ground” Box
David Hess – “The Last House On The Left” LP
Dean Martin – “Dream With Dean” LP
Deer Tick – “Eel Bowel” 45
Dessa (of Doomtree) – “Castor, The Twin” LP
Devo – “Butch Devo And The Sundance Gig” LP
Dolly Parton – “Blue Smoke” 45
Donny Hathaway – “Live At The Bitter End” LP
Dot Hacker – “Whatever You Want” 45
Dream Theater – “Illumination Teory” LP
Dresden Dolls – “S/T” LP
The Field – “From Here We Go Subline” LP
Flaming Lips – “7 Skies H3″ LP
Foals – “Live At The Royal Albert Hall” LP
Frightened Rabbit – “Live From Criminal Records” LP
Glenn Jones (Cul De Sac) – “Welcomed Wherever I Go” LP
Grant Hart (Husker Du) – “Every Everything And Some Something” LP
Grateful Dead – “Live At Hampton Coliseum” LP
Haim – “Forever” EP
Hamilton Leithauser (Walkmen) – “Alexandra” 45
Henry Mancini – “The Pink Panther” LP
Howlin Rain / The Donkeys – “Easy Sound #3″ 45
Ice T – “Greatest Hits” LP
Imarhan Timbuktu – “Akal Warled” LP
J. Spaceman & Kid Millions – “Live At Le Poisson Rouge” LP
Jaco Pastorius – “Modern American Music” LP
Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey – “Millions: Live In Denver” LP
James Williamson & Carolyn wonderland (feat. The Stooges) – “Open Up And Bleed” 45
JB’s – “Food For Thought” LP
Jim McCarty (Yardbirds) – “Frontman” LP
Joan Baez – “Blessed Are” LP
John Oates – “Stone Cold Love” 45
Johnny Osbourne – “Give A Little Love” 45
Johnny Winter – “Live Bootleg Special” LP
Jon Langford & Skull Orchard – “Days & Nights” 45
Jorma Kaukonen with Tom Hobson – “Quah” LP
Jungle Rot – “Kill On Command” LP
Karma To Burn – “S/T” LP
Kings Of Leon – “Wait For Me” 45
Kodaline – “Coming Up” 45
Last Internationale – “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Indian Blood” 45
The Litter – “Action Woman” 45
Max Steiner – “King Kong” 45
Mayer Hawthorne – “Wine Glass Woman” 45
Meade “Lux” Lewis – “Melancholy” 12
MGMT – “Congratulations” LP
Michael Chapman – “Playing Guitar The Easy Way” LP
Mystery Release Side By Side 45
NAWA – “Ancient Sufi Invocations And Forgotten Songs From Aleppo” LP
Neon Trees – “Sleeping With A Friend” 45
Nick Cave & Warren Ellis – “West Of Memphis” LP
Nina Persson (Cardigans) – “Sometimes” 45
Norman Greenbaum – “Spirit In The Sky” LP
The Notwist – “Run Run Run” EP
O Level – “Pseudo Punk” LP
Oasis – “Supersonic” 12
Of Montreal – “Satanic Panic In The Attic” LP
Olvier Hart – “The Many Faces Of Oliver Hart” LP
Pagans – “What’s This Shit?” LP
Pantera / Poison Idea – “Side By Side” 45
Papercuts / Rodrigo Amarante – “Easy Sound #1″
Paul Willer – “Brand New Toy” 45
Pissed Jeans – “The Very Best Of Sub Pop 2009-2013″ LP
The Pixies – “Indie Cindy” LP
Placebo – “1973” LP
Placebo – “Ball Of Eyes” LP
Placebo – “Placebo” LP
Public Enemy – “It Take A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back” LP
PUJOL – “Circles” 45
Ray LaMontagne – “Supernova” 45
Rick James – “You And I” 12
Rockabye Baby – “Lullaby Renditions of David Bowie” LP
Rodion G.A. – “Misuinea Spatiala Delta” LP
Roots Radics – “Scientist Meets Roots Radics” LP
Roy Lanham – “The Spectacular Six-String” 45
Sam Means – “Blue Jeans” 45
Sebastian Tellier – “L’incroyable” LP
Slipknot – “Vol 3: The Subliminal Verses” LP
Soundgarden – “Superunknown: The Singles” Box
Spanish Gold – “Out On The Street” 45
The Standells – “Dirty Water” 45
Stephen John Kalinich – “A World Of Peace Must Come” LP
The Stranglers – “Peaches” 45
Strife – “In This Defiance” LP
Suberban Mutilation – “The Opera Ain’t Over til the Fat Lady Sings” LP
The Sunrays – “Our Leader” 45
Tears For Fears – “Ready Boys & Girls” EP
The Teeth Of The Sea – “A Field In England: Re-Imagined”
The The – “Giant” 12
The Thing – “Boot” 45
Torres / Motel Beds – “The Harshest Light” 45
Toxic Reasons – “Ghost Town” 45
Toxic Reasons – “Live Berkeley Square 1981″ LP
Toxic Reasons – “War Hero” 45
Type O Negative – “Slow, Deep and Hard” LP
The UN – “UN or U Out” LP
V/A – “Rough Guide To Latin Rare Groove” LP
V/A – “Taang! Records: The First 10 Singles” Box
Vetiver / EDJ (Fruit Bats) – “Easy Sound #2″ 45
Vinyl Is Forever t-shirt
I Love Vinyl t-shit
Waylon Jennings & Shooter Jennings – “Fenixon” LP
Waylon Jennings / Sanford Clark – “Audio Recorders Archive Vol. 1″ 45
Wayne Kramer (MC5) – “Lexington”
Wes Montgomery – “Montgomery-Johnson Quintet” EP
Wes Montgomery – “Live At The Turf Club” EP
Whirlwind Heat – “Do Rabbits Wonder?” LP
Xiu Xiu – “Unclouded Sky” LP

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