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The Afterglow: Wednesday, 11 October 2017

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

song / artist / album

1. reality / pleasure / dust yourself off
2. i dont know what it is, but it sure is funky / ripple
3. honky tonk popcorn / bill doggett / honky tonk popcorn

4. dont let me fall / bob welch / too slow to disco 3
5. get it up for love / ned doheny
6. confessions pt III / badbadnotgood feat colin stetson

7. takin me back / 30/70 / elevate
8. go as you are / curtis harding / face your fear
9. keep up / chitra

10. the book / king gizzard and the lizard wizard with mile high club / sketches of brunswick east
11. devils haircut / beck / odelay
12. dry the rain / the beta band
13. taillights fade / buffalo tom / let me come over
14. fortuna / dan and al / the isle of hop

15. trouble fun / gold class / drum (nov 10 2nd show tix avail nov 11 sold out)
16. here it comes / doves / lost souls
17. pick a town and break it / kit warhurst / colour wheel

18. and your bird can sing / the beatles
19. undersea / the church / man woman life death infinity (170 russell 1st Dec)
20. this time tomorrow / the kinks
21. play with fire / the rolling stones

22. BBGRL / chicken wishbone / friemds
23. Quarrel / moses sumney / aromanticism
24. carnation / jordan rakei / wallflower

25. should i take you home / sunny and the sunliners / mr brown eyed soul
26. cross my heart / sunny and the sunliners / mr brown eyed soul

The Afterglow for Wednesday, 11 October 2017

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