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The Vinyl Experience – 06.03.16

Vinyl Experience 123

Bugs

Jonathan Richman: Hey There Little Insect
Adam Ant: Ant Music
Dave Matthews Ants Marching
Rolling Stones: Spider and The Fly
The Who: Boris The Spider
Brain Eno: Spider and I
Depeche Mode: Fly On The Windscreen
B Bumble & The Stingers: Flight Of The Bumblebee
The Mills Broters: Glow Worm
Singing Science Records: Metamorphosis
Belle & Sebastian: Mayfly
Bob Dylan: Day Of The Locust
The Cure: Caterrpillar
Big Brother & the Holding Company: Caterpillar
Paul Weller: Amongst Butterflies
Candlebox: Butterfly
Bob Lind: Elusive Butterfly

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The Vinyl Experience – 03.04.16

VE 116 Nonsense Lyrics

Today on the Vinyl Experience:

A whole bunch of songs that speak their own language. And to get the ball rolling, a few that don’t seem to be in a particular language. But somehow–they communicate.

Clark Terry: Mumbles
Sarah Vaughn: Pinky
Pink Floyd: The Great Gig In The Sky
Mike Oldfield: Sheba
Genesis: Naminau
Woody Herman: Lemon Drop
The Chips: Rubber Biscuit
Cab Calloway: Minnie The Moocher
Otis Redding: Fa Fa Fa Fa fa fa fa fa fa (Sad Song)
The Yardbirds: Hothouse Of Omagarashid
David Seville: Witch Doctor
Hanson: MmmBop
Brenton Wood: The Oogum Boogum Song
Sam The Sham & The Pharoahs: Wooly Bully
Outkast: Hey Ya
Beatles: You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)
Crash Test Dummies: Mmmm Mmmm Mmmm Mmmm
Spike Jones: Hawaiian War Chant

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The Vinyl Experience – 02.26.16

VE 292 2/26/16

David Bowie: Let’s Dance (single version)
Barrett Strong: Money
Beatles: Taxman
Glenn Frey: Caroline No
Hall & Oates: Rich Girl
Jimi Hendrix: The Wind Cries Mary
Roy Orbison: Crying
Cat Power: Naked If I Want To
Simon & Garfunkel: America
Steve Miller Band: Take The Money And Run
Sunflower Bean: Easier Said
Spoon: Do You
Pat Metheny: Pipeline
Art Of Noise: Peter Gunn
Wire: Marooned
Smiths: How Soon Is Now?