World Cafe Playlist for 09/16/2022

Rhett Miller joins host Raina Douris

Rhett Miller is the frontman of Old 97’s, who pioneered alt-country in the ‘90s and have continued to expand their sound over the course of twelve studio albums. On top of that, Rhett’s celebrated SOLO career reaches a new milestone on Friday with the release of The Misfit. He stops by the World Cafe to talk about making the new record with producer Sam Cohen in upstate New York, where they’re neighbors, AND what he’s learned about music from writing children’s books. Rhett Miller is host Raina Douris’ guest and performs for a live World Cafe audience.

Stream the complete show here

*Kathleen Edwards “Asking For Flowers” Asking For Flowers
Rhett Miller “Already There” Recorded Live For The World Cafe
Rhett Miller “Follow You Home” Recorded Live For The World Cafe
Rhett Miller “Beautiful Life” Recorded Live For The World Cafe
Rhett Miller “Go Through You” Recorded Live For The World Cafe
Jade Bird “Cathedral” Something American – EP
Brandi Carlile “Fall Apart Again” Brandi Carlile
Marcus Mumford “Grace” Self-Titled
Phoenix “Tonight (Feat. Ezra Koenig)” Alpha Zulu
Vampire Weekend “Holiday” Contra
Foals “2AM” Life Is Yours

Hour Two
*Donald Fagen “The Goodbye Look” The Nightfly
Tyler Childers “Angel Band (Jubilee Version)” Can I Take My Hounds To Heaven?
The Staple Singers “Respect Yourself” Be Altitude: Respect Yourself
Foo Fighters “Big Me” Foo Fighters
Florence and the Machine “Ship to Wreck” How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful
The Allman Brothers “One Way Out” Eat A Peach
Marcus King “Blood on the Tracks” Young Blood
Bob Dylan “Shelter From The Storm” Blood on the Tracks
Plains “Problem With It” I Walked With You A Ways
Erasure “Solsbury Hill” Other People’s Songs
Charley Crockett “I’m Just A Clown” The Man From Waco
B.B. King “The Thrill Is Gone” Completely Well

*Optional Song