The Art Of Forgetting

Laura Thompson

Jalen N’Gonda (Why I Try)
Durand Jones & The Indications (Smile)
Theo Lawrence & The Hearts (Heaven To Me)
Chicano Batman (Black Lipstick)
Jabs (All Good)
Jonti (Scrood – feat. Steve Lacy)
Kendra Morris (Twist & Burn)
Benjamin Booker (Witness)
Tanika Charles (Soul Run)
E (The Turning Point – feat. Ishtar)
Xiomara (You Don’t Know Jack)
Sophia Bastian (Blind Ambition)
Ephemerals (You’ll Never See Me Cry)
Smoove & Turrell (Fight On)
The Frightnrs (Nothing More To Say)
The Olympians (Sirens Of Jupiter)
Jeb Loy Nichols (Never Too Much)

Photo credit: Senseless by Laura Thompson


Back In Time

LOfficiel 1969Margo Guryan (California Shake)
Lee Hazlewood (I Just Learned To Run – unreleased studio outtake)
Lee Hazlewood (I Just Learned To Run)
Dave Helling (The Bells)
Tim Maia (Nobody Can Live Forever)
José Feliciano (If I Really Bug You)
Wilson Simonal (Nem Vem Que Nao Tem)
Alton Ellis (What Does It Take To Win Your Love)
Bob & Gene (I Can Be Cool)
The Jaynetts (Keep It To Yourself – Take 1)
Shirley Ann Lee (There’s A Light)
Young Holt Unlimited (Ain’t There Something Money Can’t Buy)
The Notations (A New Day)
Dr. Feelgood (Roxette)
Rod McKuen (Ellen, Ellen Did You Hear)
Fern Jones (Didn’t It Rain)
Jesse Winchester (Sassy)
Joe Cruz & The Cruzettes (Love Song)
Wendy Rene (After Laughter Comes Tears)
Amiri Baraka (Who Will Survive America)
Karen Dalton (In My Own Dream)
Alex Chilton (You Can Bet Your Heart On Me)

Photo credit: Editorial work from L’Officiel de la Couture et de la Mode, 1969


Golden Days

Neil KrugF. J. McMahon (Sister Brother)
Bill Fay (I Hear You Calling)
The Martinis / Charles “Packy” Axton (Key Chain)
The Pandamonium (Waiting For The Summer)
Wreckless Eric (Whole Wide World – acoustic version)
Michael Chapman (You Say)
Donnie & Joe Emerson (Baby)
Tully (Thank You)
Twink & The Technicolour Dream (You Reached For The Stars)
The Bad Seeds (A Taste Of The Same)
Dr. John (Such A Night)
Wendy Rene (The Same Guy)
Smokey (Strong Love)
Nirvana (Rainbow Chaser)
Ray Stinnett (Honey Suckle Song)
Rodion G. A. (In Linistea Noptii)
Moondog (Pastoral)


Photo credit: Photograph by Neil Krug from the Pulp Art Book: Volume One