World Cafe Playlist for 11/18/2019

Pete Townshend joins host Raina Douris

Pete Townshend, the major creative force behind The Who, has written his first ever novel, titled The Age of Anxiety – And, there are plans to turn it into a rock opera, which he says will be his last major solo work. Today, we’ll hear how the project relates to his other rock opera – The Who’s Tommy – and Pete tells just how much of himself he wrote into the new book. All that, plus a special preview of some of the new music from The Who’s forthcoming album due in December, called Who.

The Who “5:15” Quadrophenia
Pete Townshend “Face The Face” White City
The Who “Overture” Tommy
The Who “Amazing Journey” Tommy
The Who “Sensation” Tommy
The Who “See Me, Feel Me” Then And Now
The Who “Baba O’ Riley” Who’s Next
The Who “All This Music Must Fade” Who
The Who “My Generation” Then And Now
The Who “Ball And Chain” Who
Pete Townshend “The Sea Refuses No River” All the Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes

Hour Two
*The Beatles “Help” Help!
The Beatles “And I Love Her” A Hard Day’s Night
The Zombies “Time of the Season” Odyssey And Oracle
The Kinks “Picture Book” The Village Green Preservation Society
Dusty Springfield “I Only Want To Be With You” Single
The Creation “Making Time” We Are Paintermen
The Animals “We Gotta Get Out Of This” All-Time Greatest Hits
Petula Clark “Downtown” Downtown
The Hollies “King Midas In Reverse” Butterfly
Small Faces “Itchycoo Park” There Are But Four Small Faces
The Troggs “Love Is All Around” Wild Thing
Marianne Faithfull “As Tears Go By” Marianne Faithfull
Sandie Shaw “Always Something There To Remind Me” The Very Best Of Sandie Shaw
Peter And Gordon “A World Without Love” A World Without Love
The Yardbirds “Over Under Sideways Down” Roger The Engineer
The Rolling Stones “Get Off My Cloud” December’s Children (And Everyone’s)
Oasis “Live Forever” Definitely Maybe
Blur “Girls And Boys” Parklife

*Optional Song