Here is the other half of the stuff I promised. Ripper explains in the intro exactly where these mixes came from. Essentially there are 3 sets of music. 1. starts with a great Shane Nicholson song and ends with a 1970 radio advertisement for an Electric Car. Yep, it's legit. 2. Starts by showing the unlikely musical connection between the late, great and supremely overlooked Judee Sill's "Jesus Was A Crossmaker" and Nick Lowe's "(What's So Funny 'bout) Peace, Love and Understanding" and ends with a pretty cool new track from Cory Brannan, Jason Isbell and Brian Fallon guest. 3. Begins with some very rare live material from Prefab Sprout, has new sounds from Tears For Fears, Duncan Sheik, Broken Bells, Will Sheff and Christone "Kingfish" Ingram. The 3 sets become one uninterrupted nearly 3 hour piece. I am thinking of doing more stuff like this without my yakking. We'll see.
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