World Cafe Playlist for 07/05/2024

Aoife O’Donovan joins host Raina Douris

When Aoife O’Donovan was asked to write music for the centenary of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote, she looked for ways to make history feel personal. Inspired by suffragist Carrie Chapman Catt, as well as her own daughter, the songs from that project now make up her new album, All My Friends.

This is an ENCORE

Today’s Playlist
Bob Dylan “Just Like A Woman” Blonde On Blonde
Aoife O’Donovan “All My Friends” All My Friends
Aoife O’Donovan “America, Come” All My Friends
Aoife O’Donovan “Someone to Follow” All My Friends
Aoife O’Donovan “Daughters”All My Friends
Aoife O’Donovan “Over the Finish Line” All My Friends
Aoife O’Donovan “The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll” All My Friends
Counting Crows “Round Here” August And Everything After
Mt. Joy “Highway Queen” (single)
The Heavy Heavy “Happiness” One Of A Kind

Hour Two
The Wallflowers “Three Marlenas” Bringing Down The Horse
Maggie Rogers “So Sick of Dreaming” Don’t Forget Me
St. Vincent “Broken Man” All Born Screaming
R. E. M. “Radio Free Europe” Murmur
Ginger Root “No Problems” SHINBANGUMI
The Black Keys “Strange Times” WC Recording
The Decemberists “This Is Why We Fight” WC Recording
Kacey Musgraves “Cardinal” Deeper Well
Sarah McLachlan “Possession” Fumbling Towards Ecstasy
MJ Lenderman “She’s Leaving You” Manning Fireworks
Eric Clapton “The Core” Slowhand
Kathleen Edwards “Hard On Everyone” Total Freedom