World Cafe Playlist for 08/17/2021

John Morrison’s Culture Corner with host Raina Douris

It’s been 25 years since Outkast’s breakthrough album ATLiens debuted. On this edition of Culture Corner, correspondent John Morrison talks about the impact of the album, the evolution of Outkast, and the role they played in putting both Atlanta and the South on the hip-hop map. Join John and host Raina Douris for a walk through the history of the band that predicted the future of rap music.

*Nanci Griffith “Love At The Five and Dime” The Last Of The True Believers
Outkast “Hey Ya” Speakerboxxx/The Love Below
Outkast “You May Die (Intro)” ATLiens
Outkast “Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik” Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik
Outkast “Elevators (Me & You)” ATLiens
Outkast “ATLiens” ATLiens
Michael Kiwanuka “Cold Little Heart” Love & Hate
Lianne La Havas “Is Your Love Big Enough?” Is Your Love Big Enough?
Goat Girl “Sad Cowboy” On All Fours
Tame Impala “It Might Be Time” The Slow Rush
Wet Leg “Chaise Longue” Chaise Longue (single)
Talking Heads “Life During Wartime” Fear Of Music
Amythyst Kiah “Hangover Blues” Wary & Strange
Alabama Shakes “Hang Loose” Boys & Girls

Hour Two
*MGMT “Kids” Oracular Spectacular
Heartless Bastards “How Low” A Beautiful Life
Twin Shadow “Johnny & Jonnie” Twin Shadow
Sleater-Kinney “Worry With You” Path of Wellness
Cage The Elephant “Come A Little Closer” Melophobia
The War On Drugs “Living Proof” I Don’t Live Here Anymore
Neil Young “Only Love Can Break Your Heart” After The Gold Rush
Brandi Carlile “Right On Time” In These Silent Days
Bruce Springsteen “Dancing In The Dark” Born In The U.S.A.
Sharon Van Etten & Angel Olsen “Like I Used To” Like I Used To (single)
Unknown Mortal Orchestra “Shakedown Street” Day of the Dead
The Record Company “How High” Play Loud
Haim “Forever” Days Are Gone
Bleachers “Stop Making This Hurt” Take The Sadness Out Of Saturday Night

*Optional Song