World Cafe Playlist for 02/26/2021

Joy Oladokun joins host Raina Douris

One of the most personal and incisive protest songs released in the wake of the Black Lives Matter protests last summer came from Nashville’s Joy Oladokun. In “Who Do I Turn To?” she sings about what it’s like to feel unsafe as a Black woman in America. We’ll hear how Joy almost didn’t release that song, and she showcases new music from her forthcoming album, In Defense Of My Own Happiness, Vol. 2.

*Tame Impala “Patience” Patience (single)
Tame Impala “Someone that I Used to Be” Recorded Live for World Cafe
Tame Impala “Younger Days” Recorded Live for World Cafe
Tracy Chapman “Fast Car” 1988 Live Performance at Wembley
Tame Impala “Judas” Recorded Live for World Cafe
Joy Oladokun “Who Do I Turn To?” in defense of my own happiness (vol. 1)
Tame Impala “Blink Twice” Recorded Live for World Cafe
Daft Punk “Get Lucky” Random Access Memories
Daft Punk “Da Funk” Homework
Tash Sultana “Sweet and Dandy” Terra Firma
Wilco “You and I” Wilco (The Album)
Buffalo Springfield “Sit Down I Think I Love You” Buffalo Springfield

Hour Two
*Lido Pimienta “Nada” Miss Colombia
Ben Harper “Black Beauty” Black Beauty (single)
Leon Bridges “If It Feels Good (Then It Must Be)” Good Thing
The Weather Station “Atlantic” Ignorance
Talking Heads “Once in a Lifetime” Remain in Light
Lord Huron “Not Dead Yet” Not Dead Yet (single)
Pete Yorn “Life on a Chain” Musicforthemorningafter
Ani DiFranco “Simultaneously” Revolutionary Love
Regina Spektor “On the Radio” Begin to Hope
Fleet Foxes “Sunblind” Shore
Tamar Aphek “As Time Goes By” All Bets are Off
Sierra Ferrell “Why’d Ya Do It” Why’d Ya Do It (single)
Tom Waits “New Coat of Paint” The Heart of Saturday Night
Chris Stapleton “Cold” Starting Over

*Optional Song