Strange Currency

  1. Freefall -- Dixie Dregs
  2. Celebration Day -- Led Zeppelin
  3. Crashes On The Platinum Planet -- Big Dipper
  4. Chasing Away The Dots -- Mike Coykendall
  5. Minnesota Beatle Project Vol.4 -- Various Artists
  6. Lambo Doors -- Spirit of the Stairs
  7. Firefly -- The Wonder Revolution
  8. Tomorrow’s The Day -- The Ants
  9. Django Django -- Django Django
  10. Songs From The Big Chair -- Tears For Fears
  1. Grrr! -- The Rolling Stones
  2. An Omen -- How To Destroy Angels
  3. Wood -- Widespread Panic
  4. Tomorrow’s The Day -- The Ants
  5. Lambo Doors -- Spirit of the Stairs
  6. Chasing Away The Dots -- Mike Coykendall
  7. Bears For Lunch -- Guided By Voices
  8. Blak and Blu -- Gary Clark Jr.
  9. Celebration Day -- Led Zeppelin
  10. Firefly -- The Wonder Revolution
  1. Chasing Away The Dots -- Mike Coykendall

  2. Lambo Doors -- Spirit of the Stairs

  3. Tomorrow’s The Day -- The Ants

  4. Blak and Blu -- Gary Clark Jr.

  5. The Bears For Lunch -- Guided By Voices

  6. Celebration Day -- Led Zeppelin

  7. An Omen EP -- How To Destroy Angels

  8. Grrr! -- The Rolling Stones

  9. Wood  -- Widespread Panic

  10. For Everyman -- Jackson Browne
  1. The Bears For Lunch Guided By Voices
  2. Grrr! The Rolling Stones
  3. Celebration Day Led Zeppelin
  4. Psychedelic Pill Neil Young and Crazy Horse
  5. Meat Wave Meat Wave
  6. Waka/Jawaka Frank
  7. Firefly The Wonder Revolution
  8. Wood Widespread Panic
  9. Trey Anastasio Trey Anastasio
  10. Blak and Blu Gary Clark Jr.
  1. Psychedelic Pill Neil Young and Crazy Horse
  2. Traveler Trey Anastasio
  3. Blak and Blu Gary Clark Jr.
  4. The Haunted Man Bat For Lashes
  5. Chasing Away The Dots Mike Coykendall
  6. Unfinished Business Wanda Jackson
  7. The Bears For Lunch Guided By Voices
  8. So (expanded edition) Peter Gabriel
  9. Harmonicraft Torche
  10. Trey Anastasio Trey Anastasio

Formed in 1979 by brothers Bob (guitar) and Tommy (bass) Stinson, guitarist/vocalist Paul Westerberg, and drummer Chris Mars, The Replacements became a band on the fast track to success. By 1980 the group had a contract with the local Twin/Tone label and, by late 1981, its first album.

Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, and Carlos Santana have long admired Peter Green’s playing and B.B. King once said that there was only one guitarist who gave him “the cold sweats.” Born October 29, 1946, Green would found one of the most successful rock bands of all time, leave behind stardom as part of a spiritual quest, and see his legacy swell in his prolonged absence from the spotlight.

  1. Tempest ­­Bob Dyla
  2. Charmer ­­Aimee Mann
  3. Lambo Doors ­­Spirit of the Stairs
  4. Domesticated ­­Spirit of the Stairs
  5. Mystic Pinball ­­John Hiatt
  6. OST: Lawless ­­Various Artists
  7. Family ­­The Cast of Cheers
  8. Django Django ­­Django Django
  9. Firefly ­­The Wonder Revolution
  10. The Forgotten Arm ­­Aimee Mann

Formed nearly a decade ago in Wichita, Spirit of the Stairs has consistently evolved in unexpected but always fascinating ways. From its earliest days as a guitarless trio to its current incarnation as a guitar-heavy quintet, the all-instrumental ensemble has never disappointed.

  1. Lambo Doors­­ Spirit of the Stairs (Independent)


  2. Charmer ­­Aimee Mann Charmer (Super Ego)


  3. Silver Age­­ Bob Mould (Merge)


  4. Between the Ditches­­ Reverend Peyton¹s Big Damn Band (Side One Dummy)


  5. Apologies ­­David Ramirez


  6. Tempest­­ Bob Dylan (Columbia)


  7. A Thing Called Divine Fits (Merge)


  8. OST: Lawless­­ Various Artists (Sony)


  9. Ringmaster General­­ Dave Stewart (Surfdog)


  10. Firefly­­ The Wonder Revolu

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