World Cafe Playlist for 01/17/2020

Marcus King joins host Raina Douris

About a year ago, Marcus King left his home in South Carolina, moved to Nashville, and made his first solo record. It was produced by his buddy, Dan Auerbach. King also got himself a new ride, a 1980 Cadillac El Dorado. El Dorado is also the name of King’s new album, and we’ll hear the full story today in an interview with host Raina Douris. Plus, a special solo performance in front of a live audience.

*Sheryl Crow “Tell Me When It’s Over (feat. Chris Stapleton)” Threads
Marcus King “Sweet Mariona” Recorded Live For The World Cafe
Marcus King “Wildflowers And Wine” Recorded Live For The World Cafe
Marcus King “The Break” El Dorado
Marcus King “The Well” Recorded Live For The World Cafe
Gov’t Mule “Soulshine” The Deep End – ” Volume 1
The Allman Brothers “Maydell” Hittin’ The Note
The Allman Betts Band “Shinin’” Down To The River
Samantha Fish “Bulletproof” Kill Or Be Kind
R.L. Burnside “It’s Bad You Know” Come On In
Amanda Shires “When You’re Gone” My Piece Of Land

Hour Two
*Vampire Weekend “Giving Up The Gun” Contra
Jonathan Wilson “In Heaven Making Love” Dixie Blur
Traveling Wilburys “Heading For The Light” Volume One
Haim “Hallelujah” Hallelujah (single)
Leonard Cohen “Hey, That’s No Way To Say Goodbye” Songs Of Leonard Cohen
Bright Eyes “First Day Of My Life” I’m Wide Awake, It’s Morning
Loving “Visions” If I Am Only My Thoughts
Mac DeMarco “On The Level” This Old Dog
Citizen Cope “Son’s Gonna Rise” The Clarence Greenwood Recordings
Leif Vollebekk “Hot Tears” New Ways
Ducks Unlimited “Get Bleak” Get Bleak EP
The Clean “Tally Ho!” Anthology
Nathaniel Rateliff “And It’s Still Alright” And It’s Still Alright
Gregory Alan Isakov “Dark, Dark, Dark” Evening Machines
Natalie Merchant “Carnival” Tigerlily

*Optional Song