World Cafe Playlist for 04/22/2022

Old Crow Medicine Show joins host Stephen Kallao

Since the ‘90s, Old Crow Medicine Show has been a force for pushing country music forward – They were ahead of the curve in embracing string band music before it became widely popular, and they moved to Nashville long before Music City’s intense boom. And the group continues to evolve, rocking a bit more on their brand-new album, Paint This Town. Band leader Ketch Secor and drummer Jerry Pentecost discuss the new music and the changes they’ve witnessed in Nashville.

*George Harrison “I Dig Love” All Things Must Pass
Old Crow Medicine Show “Bombs Away” Recorded Live for the World Cafe
Old Crow Medicine Show “Honey Chile” Recorded Live for the World Cafe
Old Crow Medicine Show “Paint This Town” Recorded Live for the World Cafe
Old Crow Medicine Show “Gloryland” Recorded Live for the World Cafe
Patty Griffin “Love Throws A Line” Impossible Dream
The Lumineers “Big Parade” The Lumineers
Mitski “Love Me More” Laurel Hell
Sinead O’Connor “Mandinka” The Lion And The Cobra
Jack Johnson “One Step Ahead” Meet The Moonlight
The Police “Spirits In The Material World” Ghost In The Machine

Hour Two
*Lyle Lovett “12th of June” 12th of June
Lizzy McAlpine “All My Ghosts” All My Ghosts
Alt-J “U&Me” The Dream
Lenny Kravitz “Are You Gonna Go My Way” Are You Gonna Go My Way?
The Black Keys “Wild Child” Dropout Boogie
The Suffers “Don’t Bother Me” It Starts With Love
The Temptations “Ain’t Too Proud To Beg” Gettin’ Ready
Amy Ray “Sure Feels Good Anyway” Holler
Sarah Shook & The Disarmers “Talkin’ To Myself” Nightroamer
The Black Crowes “Papa Was A Rollin’ Stone” 1972(Amazon Original)
Joni Mitchell “For The Roses” For The Roses
The Rolling Stones “All Down The Line” Exile On Main St.
Little Feat “Easy To Sip” Sailin’ Shoes
David Bowie “Moonage Daydream” The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars

*Optional Song