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Cate Le Bon » White Fence “Chairs in the Dark,”
the song was originally appeared on the latest White Fence’s album “Cyclops Reap.” (Castle Face, 2013)



EELS » Leon Russell “A Song For You”
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EELS – Peach Blossom
taken from his latest full-length “Wonderful, Glorious.”


Sonny and the Sunsets – Broom and Dustpan
From the “Broom and Dustpan” 7″ on Home Skillet Records. Purchase, HERE. Animation by Teppei Ando



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Kids from the MusicianCorps Program
perform a cover of “Teenage Thugs.”


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Spirit Family Reunion » Sonny & the Sunsets “Too Young To Burn”


Also, WATCH :: The Shins cover “Death Cream”,
at the Kent State MAC Center, 25 Oct 2012



Cathedral in the Desert by James Finch Jr.

The song was originally appeared on the “Sonny and the Sandwitches” EP (Empty Cellar, 2010).

I am uploading some recordings I have done of my friends’ songs to my SoundCloud page. The project is called “you are my friend because I love you and not the other way around”- I know, a very Patchenesque title… Anyway, more to follow. For now enjoy these numbers originally performed by Lee Robert Watson, Noah Nelson, John Murry, and Sonny Smith. Lots Of Jackpot connections here…  –James Finch Jr. (Jackpot, Two Sheds)

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Billy Bragg » Joanna Newsom
‘On a Good Day’ (from “Have One On Me“)

This one’s kind of a great story; the ladies in Uganda had covered Joe Purdy‘s “Suitcase,” then Joe covered REM, and then Mike Mills did Billy’s “Sing Their Souls Back Home.” Shortly afterwards Mike saw Billy at SXSW, told him he had covered his song and gave him the whole story ……  The Voice Project


Here, one more ‘On a Good Day’ cover by Robin Pecknold (of Fleet Foxes).

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The Voice Project: Andrew Bird > Cass McCombs
Andrew Bird with Priscilla Ahn, Venice / CA, Feb 26th 2010

ABOUT THE VOICE PROJECT:
A movement begun in a small, forgotten corner of the globe and an effort to see how far a voice can carry.  Women, widows and rape survivors, who banded together into groups to care for each other and orphans are using songs passed by word of mouth to tell former child soldiers and abductees forced to fight that they are forgiven and should come home. They are trying to end the two decade long war that has ravaged Northern Uganda, Southern Sudan and Eastern Congo.







‘Meet Me Here At Dawn’
originally appeared in
Cass McCombs‘ album
“A” (Monitor/4AD, 2003)