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Ivy-Long Distance-sounds good,diffrent then some of the other stuff I like,Turnipfarmer might like this.It sounds like Stereolab/Sundays/Autour De Lucie.
Sarah Vaughan-Snowbound/The Lonely Hours-overly too mellow(lotta strings),the songs with a big band are better,great choice of songs and Sarah always sounded good at this era(1963-64).
Roy Orbison-The Big O-The Original Singles Collection-Since I got into slowcore/alt country band Tarnation,their singer Paula frazer is deffinitely into Orbison(her music background is diverse-she sang in a Bulgarian womans`s choir and a all female punk band)The Rock A Teens also love Orbison(they call their music Orbisonic).
Silkworm-Firewater-one of the best indie rock albums of the 90`s,if you don`t have it-get it!it has 16 songs and maybe 1 or 2 are so so,all the rest are awesome.They sound like Neil Young/Stones/Gang Of 4/Shellac(Albini produced this album and alot of their other albums).