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CTS #36

Circling The Sun : Playlist for Thursday 3 August 2017

Artist | Track/Song Name | Album Title | Label/Distributor | Comments

Mothership | High Strangeness | High Strangeness

Causa Sui | Incipiency Suite | Pewt'r Sessions 3

Colour Haze | Mountain | Colour Haze
Belzebong | Acid Funeral | Sonic Scapes & Weedy Grooves

Sleep | The Clarity | The Clarity (single)
Om | Sinai | Advaitic Songs

Kamasi Washington | Truth | Harmony of Difference

Floating Points | Silhouettes | Silhouettes (I,II & III)
Floating Points | Silurian Blue | Reflections- Mojave Desert

Pink Floyd | Us and Them | The Dark Side Of The Moon
Ultimate Spinach | Ballard of the Hip Death Goddess | Mind Flowers
Jefferson Airplane | Plastic Fantastic Lover | Surrealistic Pillow

The Soft Moon | Circles | The Soft Moon
The Brian Jonestown Massacre | Open Minds Now Closed | Don't Get Lost
Zru Vogue | Nakweda Dream | Nakweda Dream 7"

The Third Sound | For A While | The third Sound Of Destruction and Creation
The Telescopes | And Let Me Drift Away | Taste
Tamaryn | Mild Confusion | The Waves

Aerial M | Dazed and Awake | Aerial M
Duster | Stratosphere | Stratosphere
Duster | Reed To Hillsborough | Startosphere

The Sea and Cake | Sporting Life | The Fawn
Codeine | Realize | Barely Real
Bedhead | Liferaft | What Fun Life Was

Tortoise | Djed | Millions Now Living Will Never Die

Sleep Decade | Mexico |
Dave Berry | This Strange Effect | The Collection
George Harrison | I'd Have you Any Time

Neil Young | On The Beach | On The Beach

 

 

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