After quite a while resting on my more or less laurels (past listings) it's time to get a move on and put up some more listings. My goal is five books every day from now on. This should be achievable, but not according to my past performance.

These books get listed in three places: on Amazon, Biblio, and Half. Books without ISBNs (older books) generally will not be listed on half. My prices might vary between these three places. Amazon and Half tell me competing prices, so I peg mine on them. Thus, if the lowest price for Deadly Percheron is $98 on Amazon, I might peg mine at $95. If it weren't my only copy maybe I'd be more reasonable. In fact, I think my Biblio listing is more reasonable.

Going forward (and possibly backward), links to titles of books will send you to the main Amazon listing. My listing will be somewhere amidst the other maybe 237 listings. This is where my photo of the book can be seen, which will probably be a better one than the one Amazon features. Half doesn't let me attach my own photo—at least I don't think it does. Photos are also at biblio. Lots of older listings still don't have photos. Nor updated prices.

I've been lousy at selling direct via email. Sorry about that, if you've tried me. Listing through the major portals keeps me honest—also prompt and reliable.

Thursday, September 30, 2004

09/30/04 THU:
---Word from Wildside:
Available after 10/5/2004.

THE SPIDER STRAIN (And Other Tales from the Pulps)
by Johnston McCulley
Trade paperback, $15.95

In "The Spider Strain," the supervillain's right-hand man, John Warwick,
must steal a priceless necklace. This is his last assignment, for if he can
finally satisfy the Spider, he will free himself from the criminal forever.
With a rival gang after the necklace and the Spider's fate hanging in the
balance, this may be Warwick's most dangerous assignment yet. A beautiful
woman, a decades-old secret, and thieves running rampant at a high society
party make for a brisk caper-story . . . and the culmination of the
long-running Spider series! This volume also features a fine selection of
other mystery tales from the pulps by Johnston McCulley, who remains most
famous as the creator of Zorro.

Currently at printer. Available after 10/10/2004.

Pulp Classics: Tales of Magic and Mystery
Series Editor: John Gregory Betancourt
Trade paperback, $19.95

Tales of Magic and Mystery, which published five issues between December
1927 and April 1928 under the (anonymous) editorship of Walter B. Gibson,
remains one of the rarest and most sought after of the early fantasy pulp
magazines. The third issue, featuring an uncredited cover believed to be by
Earle Bergey according to Peter Haining’s excellent reference book Monthly
Terrors, also features contributions from Arthur Neale, Archie Binns,
Howard Thurston, Carl M. Rosenquist, Ludwig Haupt, Walter B. Gibson, and
Peter Chance.

NOTE: Due to the short length of this magazine, the editor has added three
additional stories from other pulp magazines: “The Red Witch,” by Farnham
Bishop & Arthur Gilchrist Brodeur; “For Wounding — Retaliation,” by Nictzin
Dyalhis; and “Blood Ritual,” by Theodore Roscoe.

Tuesday, September 28, 2004

09/28/04 TUE:
---Just uploaded a new batch to my listings on taking me through Russell in the alphabet (starting at Mic...). Seems as I approach Tor pbs I get slower and slower. I ought to just take them on by themselves next time. It would not do to have a whole regular batch of hardcovers and trade paperbacks along with all those paperback titles. To think when I first started issuing catalogs I had maybe three Tor books, and I believe they were an imprint of Pinnacle Books.

Monday, September 27, 2004

09/27/04 MON:
---Here today from TTA:
INTERZONE #194, 9-10/04, (Jay Lake, Karen Fishler, Steve Mohn, etc.), new 6.00

THE THIRD ALTERNATIVE #39, aut/04, (Nina Allen, Joe Hill, Susan Fry, etc.), new $7
---looks like I never got #38 or I forgot to catalog it.

---Heard from a few days ago:
In our last announcement earlier this summer, we said that would be closing on October 14, 2004. We have decided not to go forward with this plan and will keep open indefinitely.
---A few weeks ago I did try to transfer a listing of a book onto eBay, but it seemed like too much trouble for what I was doing. Maybe for that special book here and there that might be in big demand, but a pile of books like the one beside me now, of books I picked up at a book sale yesterday, that may or may not be appropriate for my regular catalog, would work better at or Once I get my whole catalog up on, then I can start adding things from the full storage boxes here in plenty. Right now these books are headed for a box, but they might as well be listed on At this annual book sale I usually get a whole scad of SF paperbacks, but my heart wasn’t in it for those particular books this time, nor was there quite the selection as there is sometimes. It was depressing to see all those Star Trek novelizations by erstwhile hot authors, along with all the books I knew I already had multiple copies of. But in the Modern Classics and Novels sections of the book sale I found lots of things that looked interesting: some for my personal Western Canon bookshelves, and some that I thought looked like they would be good to read. I would like to hoard them all for myself, but I don’t have the open shelfspace and I know I can’t read as many as I would like. I haven’t been to my listings at to add titles in a long while, because I thought they were going to close it down. But now that they say it will be kept open indefinitely, I will try adding some listings. I do like being able to key in the ISBNs for multiple books and have the info about them and even a cover scan show up.

---Later: have now added fifteen books to my listings. It seemed to go smoothly enough. Three books did not have their ISBNs in their system, so I will list them elsewhere, if I get the chance.

Saturday, September 25, 2004

09/25/04 SAT:
---An experimentation with a better way to indicate quotes of blocks of text:
---Email rec’d:
Hi Chris!
Great to hear from you. Looks as if there'll be some excellent reading coming my way; big collections of Doyle and Shepard make me happy. I hope you'll be able to get that second, mythical issue of the slipcased ARGOSY sometime soon.
I hope that you are "not doing a very good job of keeping up" because business is good, and not because of any family or health reasons. Really, who can keep up these days? You obviously survey many newspapers and magazines online, probably the best way to do so since that way you can avoid huge piles of print cluttering your home, but there are so many sources available now that one feels perpetually behind. And that's just in the area of periodical reading. Each duty we tend to, three others clamor for our attention.
I'd better go do some of them right now. Take care, Chris.

---My reply:
    I should be able to get your shipment out this morning. Wanted to give you a chance to make any emendments if desired before sending.
    I don't read that many papers online, but I do have a lot of them bookmarked and I have signed up to get a few daily news emails that are pretty cool how they have links to the articles. I do get NY TIMES in its print edition, and that pile does grow large quickly. I prefer reading off the printed page, and being able to have various sections folded back, but it creates bigtime clutter, especially the Sunday edition.
    But I shouldn't let all these distractions keep me from getting my own work done. Speaking of which, I have about an hour to get a few packages packed up right now, so I better get on it.

Thursday, September 23, 2004

09/23/04 THU:
---Re-affirmed my order with Haffner Press for his new book (See Sept 19 entry). Since I always do pretty well with his books, I am bumping up the quantity a bit for a slightly better discount, which I hope to pass along to Discount Planners: 25% instead of the 20% of before. I will give this for Haffner backlist I have in stock too.

---Word from Night Shade about my non-shipped orders (but apprised weeks ago to have been “en route”):
Let me figure out what's going on with this.

---Email rec’d:
Haven't gotten anything from you in quite a while, so
I hope you're still in business!
If you are, here are a couple of more books to add to my order(s):

Wolfe, Gene INNOCENTS ABROAD (TOR hc) $25.95
Vance, Jack THE LANGUAGES OF PAO (Ibooks tpb) $11.95

Thought I'd seen reference to another James H. Schmitz
reprint, but have misplaced my notes again. Anyway, all other titles
on my previous unfulfilled orders still stand, as I've gotten none of
them elsewhere yet.

Do you need more deposit money ? Will you be issuing
refunds ? What's going on ?
Hope you're okay !

---My reply:
Sorry to have neglected you. I haven't had a chance to order from bigger publishers lately. I notice you have some four Tor and three Simon & Schuster (iBooks) on your list. I should go ahead and get orders out to at least those two. I have other people waiting on me for action too, so it would certainly behoove me!


Tuesday, September 21, 2004

09/21/04 TUE:
---It has been a while again since last blog post, but I hope as always to fill in the gaps a bit. I have dug myself even deeper in the hole of more essential things I need to do. Wasting time this morning telling LA Times, NY Times, American Prospect, Village Voice etc. to start sending me their regular eNewsletters to instead of my AOL address. I still have to take extra steps to check this mail, but with 4MB of mostly forwarded material and 0% of capacity filled that is the place for all those in-box stuffers that I never get around to reading but that I hate to delete. Besides, it is all searchable. I am gradually moving things over to System X from 9 on the eMac, so I won't have to keep restarting in the other system and be able to get things done without being in the wrong system. But that is more time spent basically treading water. I think time does speed up when seated at the keyboard.

Monday, September 20, 2004

09/20/04 MON:
---Here today from PS Publishing:
Baxter, Stephen MAYFLOWER II, PS, 7/04, 1st edn, one of 800 SIGNED copies, (novella; Adam Roberts intro; 88 pages), new 16.00

Gallagher, Stephen OUT OF HIS MIND, PS, 7/04, 1st edn, one of 700 SIGNED copies, (stories; Brian Clemens intro; 412 pages), new in dj $50
---another copy of the preceding, one of 200 SIGNED copies, BOXED, new in dj $90

Park, Paul NO TRAVELLER RETURNS, PS, 8/04, 1st edn, one of 800 SIGNED copies, (novella; Elizabeth Hand intro; 74 pages), new 16.00

Shepard, Lucius TRUJILLO: Stories, PS, 6/04, 1st edn, one of 700 SIGNED copies, (Swanwick intro; 682 pages), new in dj 50.00
---another copy of the preceding, one of 200 SIGNED copies, BOXED, new in dj $90
---but I find I have had orders build up to the point where all the copies, except maybe one boxed copy, are already sold.

---From Edgewood:
ALCHEMY #2, ('04), (stories by Theodora Goss, Holly Phillips, Barth Anderson, Sarah Monette, Amber van Dyk, and Dale Bailey), new 7.00

Sunday, September 19, 2004

---Word from Haffner Press:

Seventy-Five: The Diamond Anniversary of a Science Fiction Pioneer—Jack Williamson

Edited by Stephen Haffner & Richard A. Hauptmann

A literary and visual feast, this 8.5" x 11" 603 page hardcover celebrates the first seventy-five years of Jack Williamson’s career in Science Fiction. From “The Metal Man” in 1928 to his recent Hugo and Nebula Award-winning novella “The Ultimate Earth,” inside are some of the best of Williamson’s stories, including excerpts of such classic novels as The Legion of Space, Golden Blood and The Legion of Time. Also included are several never-before-published gems such as a vintage 1930s tale “The Crystal Castle,” a collaboration with long-time friend Edmond Hamilton, and a story originally commissioned for Last Dangerous Visions, “Previews of Hell.”

Sidebars with essays, correspondence, and articles are decorated with over 300 book and magazine covers and interior illustrations. A full-color 32-page section features an illustrated timeline of the author’s career, and reprints a complete story arc from Jack Williamson and Lee Elias’ 1950s Sunday comic strip, Beyond Mars. Seventy-Five: The Diamond Anniversary of a Science Fiction Pioneer also features a foreword by award-winning author Connie Willis and an introduction by a fellow pioneer, Sir Arthur C. Clarke.

The 1000-copy trade edition sells for $50 each.

A 75-copy slipcased edition signed by Williamson, Willis, Clarke and the editors is available.

A 26-copy lettered, full-color, leather-bound edition is in preparation--please inquire for details.


Limited Editions:

Due to high demand, allocations are being made on the limited edition of Seventy-Five. Please inquire

We will be updating in the next few days with images and sample pages.


STARK AND THE STAR KINGS will be the next release from Haffner Press and everything needed to produce the book is on hand. Once we're past the launch on Williamson's SEVENTY-FIVE, we'll send STARK AND THE STAR KINGS to the printer. Apologies for the wait--we hope it's worth it.


That's it for now. Please contact us anytime if you have any questions or need additional information.


Stephen Haffner
Big Poobah

---Word from Borderlands Press:

In the Night Room

Peter Straub

Pub Date: December 2004


signed, numbered and limited to 350 copies.

Reserve your copy today.


Lettered edition (sold out)

Wednesday, September 15, 2004

09/15/04 WED:
---Here today from Small Beer:
Goss, Theodora THE ROSE IN TWELVE PETALS and Other Stories, Small Beer, 10/04, 1st edn, (passionately spiral upward to surreal glory), 60-page booklet, new $6

Monday, September 13, 2004

09/13/04 MON:
---Here today from TOTU INK:
TALES OF THE UNANTICIPATED #25, 8/04-7/05, (Strange Romance Issue; rawest and most challenging in content to date; Dedman, Hood, Russo, Klass, Bowne, Mingin, Rezmerski), new 8.50

Sunday, September 12, 2004

09/12/04 SUN:
---Word from Overlook Connection:
Overlook Connection Press New Title Annoucements

Jack Ketchum Shipping - New Lucy Taylor Due in October
Lucy Taylor's new collection release "The Silence Between The
Screams" is being released in a trade hardcover. And in an unusual
move, is also being released in a signed limited, with a different
twist. The limited edition, only available through specialty
bookstores (those of you receiving this e-mail), and is being
released with original cover art and a different title! The limited
release will also feature original art for each story by Glenn

"The Silence Between The Screams" will be available to all bookstore
and library outlets. Again, the signed limited will only be
available from specialty bookstores and the OCP. Publisher Dave
Hinchberger said "the limited edition title, 'A Hairy Chest, A Big
Dick, and A Harley' was the original title idea. However, we felt
that due to the title's strong wording, it might only reach a
limited market. With that in mind I felt why not 'give' the limited
market it's original title, and with the mainstream title 'A Silence
Between the Screams' the book could still find the wider audience
this collection deserves."

More information and title art can be seen in the rest of this press

The Silence Between The Screams by Lucy Taylor
"The Silence Between The Screams" is Lucy Taylor's long awaited new
collection of horror.
"The Silence Between The Screams" is a collection of original short
fiction and a reprint of the previously released novella "Spree"
which has not been available for many years after it's initial short
print run sold out almost immediately upon publication.

Now "Spree" and this collection of original short fiction is being
published together for the first time. "The Silence Between The
Screams" is being released in hard cover and features original cover
art by Rick Sardhina.

= The Silence Between The Screams
= A Hairy Chest, A Big Dick and A Harley
= Hymns To Old Gods
= Into The Cage
= Spree

ISBN: 1-892950-64-2
PRICE: 39.95
Releasing October 2004

The Silence Between the Screams by Lucy Taylor web site

Silence Signed Limited: A Hairy Chest, A Big Dick, and A Harley by
Lucy Taylor
"A Hairy Chest, A Big Dick, and A Harley" is the limited edition
version of "A Silence Between The Screams" - the text is the same in
both editions. This signed limited edition with original art
produced just for the limited is also by Rick Sardhina. This limited
and signed edition will only be available through specialty book
shops, and will not feature an ISBN number. Also there will not be a
UPC code on the back of the book to keep the cover art design intact
that usually detracts from these unique editions. The text for both
titles will remain the same. However the limited edition will
feature the trade edition cover art as a frontispiece in the limited
so the collector will have both.
= Signed by Lucy Taylor.
= Original illustrations by Glenn Chadbourne for each story (not
featured in the trade)
= limited edition will feature both original covers by Rick Sardhina
- With "Silence.." frontispiece - no text on art.
= Remember both editions feature the same text, and

Releasing October 2004
Signed Limited Hard Cover of 1,000 copies.
List Price $44.95

A Hairy Chest, A Big Dick, and A Harley - Signed Limited - By Lucy

Visit Lucy Taylor's Official Web Site
Lucy Taylor's official web site is now online! You can find updates
on this author and current releases listed at her new site.
Officially launched October 2004, you can preview it now at

Jack Ketchum's Off Season - Available In Trade Paperback
When Off Season, a novel of horror and cannibalism in modern day
Maine, was first released in 1980, it took readers by storm and sold
over 250,000 copies! However, the original edition was edited and
content was removed from the story at the publisher's request. The
whole effect of the book was deemed to intense, in particular the
ending-which is completely restored in this edition. The Overlook
Connection Press is releasing this edition in it's original
unexpurgated state for the first time in trade paperback. The
author's original vision can now be read. This book has not been
available in the US for almost two decades. We have a special
introduction by Douglas E. Winter, who has championed this novel for
years. Also an Afterword by the author Jack Ketchum. Original cover
art by Neal McPheeters.

= 1-892950-20-0
= Price 22.95
= Trade Paperback - 211 pages.
= Now Shipping

Off Season by Jack Ketchum - Now Available in Trade Paperback - Vist
the Web Site for more details

Overlook Connection Press

Friday, September 10, 2004

09/10/04 FRI:
---Word from Edgewood:
Hi Chris,
Alchemy #2 is now available, with stories by Theodora
Goss, Holly Phillips, Barth Anderson, Sarah Monette,
Amber van Dyk, and Dale Bailey.
Cover price is $7.00, just like the first issue.
Let me know if you want any. Thanks.

Steve Pasechnick
Edgewood Press

---Of course I want some!

Thursday, September 9, 2004

09/09/04 THU:
---Word from Tartarus:
Dear Chris,

We are today receiving from the printers copies of our paperback reprint of The White Hands by Mark Samuels. It is a bit of a departure for us, being a paperback, but as it received such critical acclaim, sold out nice and quick, and is up for a couple of British Fantasy Awards we thought we'd try a different format.

However, as it is a reprint I thought I'd check to see how many you might want, rather than sending your standing order?

All best wishes,


---I’m not sure if I have completely sold my copies yet. If not, I’m sure there are no more than one or two. Probably ought to get this edition, but not sure I should go for the full complement. People with standing orders with me will already have the hardcover.

Wednesday, September 8, 2004

09/08/04 WED:
---Worked on a mini-catalog to send out. Came up with this for an introduction:
Welcome to what I won’t call Catalog 145, although that is what it is, sort of. It has been almost two years since #144. A variety of factors have contributed to my absence--doing more business by computer, getting tired of recycling the same material through yet more catalogs, wanting to get caught up on things that the ongoing catalog cycle never seemed to allow, etc. etc.--plus I will admit a certain element of irresponsible laziness has crept in on more than one occasion. I could not have predicted it would be this long, however. The number of you who have wondered if I am still in business has been gratifying, and even those who I have remained in contact with via email often express the thought that my various feeble e-initiatives are “a far cry from a catalog”. This here does not purport to be a substitute, either. Since Catalog 144 went out, I have been keeping up the New Arrivals section, changing its name to Recent Arrivals, now thinking maybe I ought to just call it Arrivals Since Last Catalog. These are the new books, not used, that I have more money tied up in and most would like to have be known are available. I am only sending this particular list to people I have not heard from in a while, because my book shipments going out have all along contained printouts of Recent Arrivals. So this cataloggette would contain a lot of redundance to them. I hope to have another list, with fewer New Arrivals and more of the used and older new books, prepared shortly--to go to more recent customers and to people who respond to this mailing.
Of late I have also been slacking off getting orders sent to publishers, especially the ones that are parts of farflung bureaucracies controlled by bean counters. Some fine and autonymous writing and editing still gets done, and I know I have missed a lot. I have not been keeping up like I should. My monthly issue of Locus sits barely looked at these days, in favor of the daily NY Times and thrice-weekly DVDs from Netflix, to name a couple more significant distractions that perhaps not coincidentally started arriving about the time the catalogs stopped.
I hope this type is not too small to read. I know I already had small type, and this is even worse. But we will see how it turns out.
---Need to add part about discount plans in effect as of 12/02 are still in effect, since I don’t expect people to be able to use--and pay for--their discounts if I don’t even let them know what I have.

Tuesday, September 7, 2004

09/07/04 TUE:
---Here today from Gryphon (as opposed to Golden Gryphon):
Glasby, John DARK CENTAURI, Gryphon, 7/04, 1st US edn, (SF Rediscovery #50; orig: 1954), new 15.00

PAPERBACK PARADE #62, 8/04, (Dell Mapback SF, Vampirella, SF Mags; News; Letters; Ads; More!), new 10.00

Tubb, E.C. DEBRACY'S DRUG, Gryphon, 7/04, 1st US edn, (SF Rediscovery #48), new 15.00
---FOOTSTEPS OF ANGELS, Gryphon, 7/04, 1st edn, (SF Rediscovery #49 ), new 20.00

Monday, September 6, 2004

09/06/04 MON:
---CD COMP 59:
Theme De Yoyo 5:12 Spaceways Inc./Zu Radiale Jazz 2003
The Laws Have Changed 3:26 The New Pornographers Electric Version Alternative & Punk 2003
Care Of Cell 44 (Mono) 3:55 The Zombies Odessey & Oracle: 30th Anniversary Edition Rock 1968
I Should Be Allowed to Think 3:07 They Might Be Giants Dial-A-Song Alternative & Punk 2002
The Nearness Of You 6:00 Bennie Wallace The Nearness Of You Jazz 2004
Ana Aachki Bahloul 5:34 Abdou Rough Guide to Raï World 2002
Aho Aho 4:15 Hakim Talakik World 2002
No Agreement 8:12 Archie Shepp & Tony Allen Red Hot + Riot World 2002
Foqt Foqt 6:46 Rachid Taha Live World 2001
Autumn Leaves 9:41 Wynton Marsalis Live At Blues Alley (Disc 2) Jazz 1988
The Final Analysis 3:13 Shalama Go For It R&B
Ching Ching (Featuring Nelly Furtado) 3:58 Ms. Jade Girl Interrupted Hip Hop/Rap 2002
I Get Wet 3:23 Andrew W. K. I Get Wet Metal 2001
Starstruck 3:31 Steve Forbett This Is Where I Belong (The Songs Of Ray Davies & The Kinks) Rock 2002

Saturday, September 4, 2004

09/04/04 SAT:
---CD COMP 58:
What Is It Now? 2:41 Badly Drawn Boy Have You Fed The Fish? Alternative & Punk 2002
Age Like Wine 1:46 Todd Snider East Nashville Skyline Folk 2004
Sobredosis 4:12 Los Titanes The Rough Guide To Salsa Colombia Latin 2003
Shaw Nuff 5:59 Greg Osby St. Louis Shoes Jazz 2003
Accordian 1:58 Madvillain Madvillainy Hip Hop/Rap 2004
Ocean Breathes Salty 3:49 Modest Mouse Good News For People Who Love Bad News Alternative & Punk 2004
Gigue (Bach goes Batá) 8:56 Eddie Palmieri Ritmo Caliente Latin 2003
(Who Discovered) America? 4:35 Ozomatli Street Signs Hip Hop/Rap 2004
Apple Honey 3:20 Woody Herman Blowin` Up A Storm (Disc 2) Jazz 2001
Triple Trouble 2:43 The Beastie Boys To The 5 Boroughs Hip Hop/Rap 2004
Then Came You 3:57 The Spinners A One Of A Kind Love Affair - The Anthology R&B 1991
Brief Candles (Mono) 3:26 The Zombies Odessey & Oracle: 30th Anniversary Edition Rock 1968
First We Take Manhattan 5:51 Leonard Cohen The Essential Leonard Cohen (Disc 2) Rock 2002
The Competitor 5:54 Ted Nash Still Evolved Jazz 2003
Leih Sebtaha 5:30 Angham The Rough Guide to the Music of Egypt World 2003
I Need Your Love 4:39 The Rapture Echoes Alternative & Punk 2003

Friday, September 3, 2004

09/03/04 FRI:
---Here today from Golden Gryphon:
Sargent, Pamela THUMBPRINTS, Golden Gryphon '04, 1st edn, (stories; James Morrow intro), new in dj 25.95

---CD COMP 56:

Extraordinary 3:24 Liz Phair Liz Phair Alternative & Punk 2003
Willow Weep For Me 5:08 Bennie Wallace The Nearness of You Jazz 2004
Have You Fed The Fish? 4:18 Badly Drawn Boy Have You Fed The Fish? Alternative & Punk 2002
Killer Apps 4:01 Gamma featuring Shadowless Extra Yard - The Bouncement Revolution Hip Hop/Rap 2002
All Caps 2:10 Madvillain Madvillainy Hip Hop/Rap 2004
Saturday Night 3:59 Ozomatli Street Signs Hip Hop/Rap 2004
An Open Letter To NYC 4:18 The Beastie Boys To The 5 Boroughs Hip Hop/Rap 2004
Wu-Tang: 7th Chamber Part II 5:08 Wu-Tang Clan Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) Hip Hop/Rap 1994
Recercare Primo (Marcantonio Cavazzoni) 4:55 Kimberly Marshall Sienese Splendour: Italian Renaissance Organ Music Classical
I'm Coming Home 4:09 The Spinners A One Of A Kind Love Affair - The Anthology R&B 1991
Almost Grown 3:04 Jesse Malin Fine Art Of Self Destruction Alternative & Punk 2002
This Will Be Our Year (Mono) 2:09 The Zombies Odessey & Oracle: 30th Anniversary Edition Rock 1968
Mississippi Delta Blues (05/24/1933) 3:28 Jimmie Rodgers RCA Country Legends Country 2002
Guitar Boy 5:20 Sir Victor Uwaifo The Rough Guide To Highlife World 2003
It's Only Divine Right 4:11 The New Pornographers Electric Version Alternative & Punk 2003
Keep Me In Your Heart 3:28 Warren Zevon The Wind Rock 2003
We Travel The Spaceways/Space Is The Place 8:10 Spaceways Inc./Zu Radiale Jazz 2003

---CD COMP 57:
Little Wing 2:15 Neil Young Hawks & Doves Rock 1980
It Never Entered My Mind 6:32 Mulgrew Miller The Sequel Jazz 2002
Head On 4:09 The Jesus & Mary Chain 21 Singles Alternative & Punk 2002
Venus 3:46 Television Live At The Old Waldorf Rock 2003
Hot Sauce 3:01 Son Seals Live And Burning Blues 1992
Something For Nothing 4:10 Loudon Wainwright III So Damn Happy - Live Folk 2003
Sadie 5:26 The Spinners A One Of A Kind Love Affair - The Anthology R&B 1991
Sidewalks Of Cuba 3:00 Woody Herman Blowin` Up A Storm (Disc 1) Jazz 2001
Give The World A Smile 3:10 The Corley Family Down In The Basement: Joe Bussard's Treasure Trove of Vintage 78s Folk 2003
Butcher's Tale (Western Front 1914) (Mono) 2:49 The Zombies Odessey & Oracle: 30th Anniversary Edition Rock 1968
Thank God For The Wine 2:53 Amy Allison No Frills Friend Country 2003
Favorite 3:24 Liz Phair Liz Phair Alternative & Punk 2003
Imitation Situation (Tocatta Fugue) 4:07 Fever Tree San Francisco Girls Rock 1968
The Winter Of 79 4:31 Tom Robinson Band Rising Free The Very Best Of TRB Alternative & Punk 1997
Blues For C.M. 9:04 Dave Holland Big Band What Goes Around Jazz 2002
El Amor De Mi Vida 3:34 Warren Zevon The Wind Rock 2003
Vexed 4:09 Dizzee Rascal Boy In Da Corner [Bonus Track] Hip Hop/Rap 2003

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