World Cafe Playlist for 06/27/2024

John Morrison joins host Raina Douris

Twenty-five years ago, Cibo Matto released an album that somehow encapsulated the sound of summer, while also addressing some more serious themes – like the stereotypes the leaders of the band, Japanese expatriates Miho Hatori and Yuka Honda, faced. On the World Cafe, commentator John Morrison gives his take on Cibo Matto and that album, Stereo Type A.

Listen to the session here.

Today’s Playlist
The Killers “All These Things That I’ve Done” Hot Fuss
Cibo Matto “Working for Vacation” Stereo Type A
Cibo Matto “Spoon” Stereo Type A
Cibo Matto “Stone” Stereo Type A
Tori Amos “Pretty Good Year” Under The Pink
Phosphorescent “Revelator” Revelator
Waxahatchee “Right Back to It (feat. MJ Lenderman)” Tigers Blood
Neil Young “Comes A Time” Comes A Tim
Billie Eilish “Birds of a Feather” Hit Me Hard and Soft
Tears for Fears “Everybody Wants To Rule The World” Songs From The Big Chair
Iron and Wine “All in Good Time (feat. Fiona Apple)” Light Verse
Shelby Lynne “Gotta Get Back” I Am Shelby Lynne
Mitski “Love Me More” Laurel Hell

Hour Two
Red Hot Chili Peppers “Dark Necessities” The Getaway
Trans-Canada Highwaymen “Raised On Robbery” Explosive Hits vol. 1
Joni Mitchell “Free Man In Paris” Court & Spark
Trans-Canada Highwaymen “Undun” Explosive Hits vol. 1 03:24
The Guess Who “These Eyes” Wheatfield Soul
Boz Scaggs “Some Change” WC Recording
Dawes “From A Window Seat” WC Recording
Kacey Musgraves “Cardinal” Deeper Well
Ben Folds Five “Alice Childress” Ben Folds Five
Caroline Polachek “Starburned and Unkissed” I Saw the TV Glow (Original Soundtrack)
The Flaming Lips “Race For The Prize” The Soft Bulletin
Warren Zevon “Nighttime In The Switching Yard” Excitable Boy
David Bowie “TVC15” Station To Station