Apparatus for an A-Z Listening Experience (A Mixtape by Kathleen Heideman)

Kathleen Heideman presents her Apparatus for an A-Z Listening Experience, the next in our series of internet mixtapes. Heideman contributes three terrifying machines to Artifice Magazine, “Apparatus for the Extraction of Data,” “Apparatus for the Storage of Nightmares,” and “Apparatus for the Concise Removal of Undesirable Traits,” all of which will appear in Issue 3.

All is full of love – Björk

Birdhouse in Your Soul – They Might Be Giants

Café con Limon – Mandragora Tango Orchestra

Dance Me to the End of Love – Leonard Cohen

Everybody Loves My Baby – Jack Norton & the Mullet River Boys

Fibonacci Numbers – Ken Nordine

Good, Bad, Ugly – Spaghetti Western Orchestra

Head Full Of Doubt/Road Full Of Promise – The Avett Brothers

Inchworm – Danny Kaye

Just in Time – Anita O’Day

Katariina – Värttinä

Littlest Birds – The Be Good Tanyas

Mercy Street – Peter Gabriel, remixed by William Orbit

North Dakota – Lyle Lovett

On The Day – Eckhardt

Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps – Lila Downs

Quiet – Paul Simon

Road to Nowhere – Talking Heads

Say Shh – Atmosphere

Transistor Radio – Cloud Cult

Uno – Don John, Harp Master of Chile

Valse d’Amelie – Yann Tiersen, as performed by Vinish B.

Write Myself a Letter – Boswell Sisters

Xenophobia – Blue Scholars

Your Rocky Spine – Great Lake Swimmers

Zug Es Mir Noch Amool – The Barry Sisters, w/burlesque by Schlep Sisters

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One response to “Apparatus for an A-Z Listening Experience (A Mixtape by Kathleen Heideman)

  1. Nice mix. That "Birdhouse" performance may very well be the best moment in Leno's sad career. Brilliant. And sorry, Leno, I'm a Conan guy.

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