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Playlist: A Taste from the Tree Vol. 4
Posted December 12, 2017 by Seth Johnson
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December 12, 2017
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  1. "Jacqueta de Coro" - Jerome and the Psychics
  2. "My God Has Many Names" - Skin Conditions
  3. "Little Bird" - Peter & the Kings
  4. "Proud Flesh" - husband&wife
  5. "See Again" - Metavari
  6. "Cloud of Loud" - Diop
  7. "Black Widow (Basic)" - Rehema McNeil
  8. "WWFIL" - Brandon Lott
  9. "Ways to Kill a Man" - Circuit des Yeux
  10. "I Will Be Beautiful" - Kevin Krauter
  11. "It's Okay to try New Things" - Vess Ruhtenberg
  12. "Hard to Find" - The Resource Network

 

 

Hey there gang. Sorry it's been a couple weeks. I'm back with another playlist, though, and I think it makes up for the time I left ya hangin'. Hope you enjoy, and stay warm out there!

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