World Cafe Playlist for 03/26/2024

John Morrison joins host Raina Douris

When you think of Stevie Wonder you might think of hits he sang like “Superstition” and “Signed Sealed Delivered.” But he also helped create classics for others like “Tears of a Clown” and “Tell Me Something Good.” On a new edition of the Culture Corner, correspondent John Morrison explores how Stevie Wonder left his unmistakable mark on other people’s music as a songwriter.

Listen to the session here.

Today’s Playlist
Stereo MC’s “Lost In Music” Supernatural
The Spinners “It’s a Shame” 2nd Time Around
The Spinners “It’s a Shame” 2nd Time Around
Smokey Robinson “Tears of a Clown” Make It Happen
Aretha Franklin “Until You Come Back to Me (That’s What I’m Gonna Do)” Let Me in Your Life
Rufus (feat. Chaka Khan) “Tell Me Something Good” Rags to Rufus
Michael Jackson “I Can’t Help It” Off the Wall
The Spinners “It’s A Shame” Second Time Around
Third World “Try Jah Love” You’ve Got The Power
Kacey Musgraves “Too Good To Be True” Deeper Well
Sufjan Stevens “Will Anybody Every Love Me” Javelin
J.S. Ondara “Saying Goodbye” Tales Of America

Hour Two
Eurythmics “Here Comes The Rain Again” Touch
Brittany Howard “Prove It To You” What Now
U2 “Lemon” Zooropa
The New Pornographers “Really Really Light” World Cafe Session
Third Eye Blind “Jumper” Recorded Live for World Cafe
Counting Crows “Round Here” August And Everything After
Massive Attack “Teardrop” Mezzanine
Pete Yorn “Someday, Someday” single
Waxahatchee “365” Tigers Blood
R.E.M. “Try Not To Breathe” Automatic For The People
Mt. Joy “Highway Queen” single
Natalie Merchant “Wonder” Tigerlily
The Black Keys “Beautiful People (Stay High)” Ohio Players