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Louis Armstrong's All Stars (2001) ‘Basin Street Blues’, Da Music (also available on many other collections).

Bauhaus (1979) ‘Bela Lugosi's Dead’, Small Wonder.

The Beatles (1967) ‘Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band’, Parlophone.

Beethoven, L. (1808) ‘Symphony Number 5’, available on various collections.

Prince Buster (1964) ‘Al Capone’, Blue Beat.

John Cage (2001) ‘4’33’, edition Peters (this is the reference for the sheet music but various ‘performances’ can be found on-line).

The Clash (1977) ‘White Riot’, CBS.

Crass (1978) ‘Feeding of the Five Thousand’, Small Wonder.

—— (1978) ‘Reality Asylum’, Crass Records.

—— (1981) ‘Feeding of the Five Thousand; Second Sitting’, Crass Records.

The Cure (1979) ‘Jumping Someone Else's Train’, Fiction.

Bob Dylan (1964) ‘The Times They Are a-Changin’’, Columbia.

Aretha Franklin (1967) ‘Respect’, Atlantic.

Lady Gaga (2011) ‘Born this Way’, Streamline.

Stan Getz and João Gilberto (2014) ‘Getz/Gilberto’, Decca.

Jerry Goldsmith (2010) ‘Ave Satani’, on ‘The Omen’ (soundtrack), Varese Sarabande.

The King Blues (2008) ‘The Streets are Ours’, on ‘Save the World, Get the Girl’, Universal Island.

Evgeny Kissin (1999) ‘Chopin – 4 Ballades/Piano Work’, Sony (many other renditions by different performers are available).

Kraftwerk (1977) ‘Trans-Europe Express’, on ‘Trans-Europe Express’, Kling Klang.

Madness (1979) ‘The Prince’, Two Tone.

—— (2012) ‘Misery’, on ‘Oui Oui, Si Si, Ja Ja, Da Da’, Entertainment One.

Glenn Miller and his Orchestra (1939) ‘In the Mood’, Bluebird.

Gregory Porter (2010) ‘1960 What?’ on ‘Water’, Motéma Music.

Pulp (1995) ‘Common People’, Island.

The Ruts (1979) ‘Babylon's Burning’, Virgin.

The Sex Pistols (1976) ‘Anarchy in the UK’, EMI.

Sham 69 (1978) ‘If the Kids are United’, Polydor.

Michelle Shocked (1988) ‘If Love Was a Train’, London.

Paul Simon (1986) ‘Graceland’, Warner Brothers.

Nina Simone (1964) ‘Mississippi Goddam’, on ‘Nina Simone in Concert’, Phillips.

—— (1965) ‘Strange Fruit’, on ‘Pastel Blues’, Phillips.

Spear of Destiny (2003) ‘Mayday’, on ‘Morning Star’, Eastersnow.

The Specials (1979) ‘Gangsters’, Two Tone.

—— (1984) ‘Free Nelson Mandela’, Two Tone.

Edwin Starr (1970) ‘War’, Motown.

Frank Turner (2007) ‘Once We Were Anarchists’, on ‘Sleep is For the Weak’, Xtra Mile.

—— (2008) ‘Long Live the Queen’, on ‘Love, Ire and Song’, Xtra Mile.

John Williams (2000) ‘Jaws’, Decca.

X (1980) ‘Johnny Hit and Run Paulene’, on ‘Los Angeles’, Slash.

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