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Easy Star All-Stars, Amandla, Phish

The dark side of reggae from Easy Star; Melbourne's melancholy trio The Dirty Three; A Beatley record by John Cunningham; Not suitable for radio: Kathleen Edwards; Anti-apartheid songs saved in Amandla; A Talking Heads tribute from Phish

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Easy Star All-Stars, Amandla, Phish


This is a reggae version of the legendary Pink Floyd album Dark Side of the Moon, produced by the Easy Star All-Stars.

Long Way To Go With No Punch

From Australia, The Dirty Three craft melancholy instrumentals with drums, guitar and violin.

Way To Go

Britain's John Cunningham has been popular in Europe for years, but this gloomy Beatley recording is his first major US release.

One More Song the Radio Won't Like

If you like Lucinda Williams, you'll enjoy Canada's 24 year-old singer/songwriter Kathleen Edwards.

Nkosi Sikelei / Sobashiya Abazale

From the soundtrack of the upcoming documentary Amandla!, resistance songs against South African apartheid.

The Great Curve

Phish have a reputation for covering entire albums at live shows every Halloween. This recording of a Talking Heads song is from a 1996 performance in Atlanta.