World Cafe Playlist for 04/17/2024

St. Vincent joins host Raina Douris

St. Vincent says that the early 70’s in New York City, after the hippies and before disco, inspired the sound of her album, Daddy’s Home. The lyrics on the record make references to Joni Mitchell, Tori Amos, Candy Darling and St. Vincent’s visits to see her father when he was in prison.

Listen to the session here.

Today’s Playlist
Mark Knopfler “What It Is” Sailing To Philadelphia
St. Vincent “Pay Your Way In Pain” Daddy’s Home
St. Vincent “ÉAt The Holiday Party” Daddy’s Home
St. Vincent “Down” Daddy’s Home
St. Vincent “Candy Darling” Daddy’s Home
Steely Dan “Fire In The Hole” Can’t Buy A Thrill
St. Vincent “Daddy’s Home” Daddy’s Home
St. Vincent “The Melting Of The Sun” Daddy’s Home
Queens of the Stone Age “Paper Machete” In Times New Roman…
David Bowie “Young Americans” Young Americans
Alisa Amador “I Need To Believe” Multitudes
Lake Street Dive “You Go Down Smooth” Bad Self Portraits
Todd Rundgren “I Saw the Light” Something/Anything?

Hour Two
The War and Treaty “Stealing A Kiss” single
Katie Pruitt “All My Friends” Mantras
Radiohead “Karma Police” OK Computer
New Order “Bizarre Love Triangle” Brotherhood
Paramore “Burning Down the House” Everyone’s Getting Involved
Margaret Glaspy “Act Natural” WC Session
The Head and the Heart “Virginia (Wind in the Night)” WC Session
Lizzie No “Halfsies” Halfsies
Robert Plant & Alison Krauss “Can’t Let Go” Raise The Roof
Nikka Costa “Keep It High” Dirty Disco
Christine and the Queens “Girlfriend (feat. Dam-Funk)” Chris
Kacey Musgraves “Cardinal” Deeper Well
Sheryl Crow “Can’t Cry Any More” Tuesday Night Music Club
Vampire Weekend “Capricorn” Only God Was Above Us