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This week's harvest of goodness from the office stereo

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Back from holiday (hence no playlist last week; apologies) and up to my neck in deadlines, but look: yet another new Bitchin Bajas record; William Tyler’s blissful new country motorik trip (and a great mixtape from him aka Sebastian Speaks); plus a bunch of nagging reminders to check out Brigid Mae Power, Steve Gunn and the Skiffle Players…

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1 Brigid Mae Power – Brigid Mae Power (Tompkins Square)

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2 Olivia Wyatt + Bitchin Bajas – Sailing A Sinking Sea (Drag City)

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3 Christian Fennesz & Jim O’Rourke – It’s Hard For Me To Say I’m Sorry (Editions Mego)

4 William Tyler – Modern Country (Merge)

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5 Steve Gunn – Eyes On The Lines (Matador)

6 Various Artists – Loma: A Soul Music Love Affair – Volume One: Something’s Burning 1964-68 (Light In The Attic)

7 Various Artists – Loma: A Soul Music Love Affair – Volume Two: Get In The Groove 1964-68 (Light In The Attic)

8 The Still – The Still (Bronzerat)

9 Frazey Ford – Indian Ocean (Nettwerk)

10 Bob Dylan – Melancholy Mood (Columbia)

11 Holger Czukay – Movie! (Gronland)

12 The Family Of Apostolic – The Family Of Apostolic (Vanguard/Future Days)

13 Aquarium Drunkard Presents: Sebastian Speaks – A Mixtape (Aquarium Drunkard.com)

14 Allen Toussaint – American Tunes (Nonesuch)

15 Mark Pritchard – Under The Sun (Warp)

16 The Skiffle Players – Skifflin’ (Spiritual Pajamas)

17 Sly & The Family Stone – Fresh (Epic)

18 Van Morrison – Into The Music (Mercury)

19 Van Morrison – Common One (Mercury)

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