World Cafe Playlist for 11/22/2022

John Morrison’s Culture Corner with host Raina Douris

They may have been called Love, but the L.A. band’s reaction to 1967’s Summer of Love was very different from the hippies up in San Francisco. Correspondent John Morrison digs into Love’s 55 year-old album, Forever Changes, and talks about why their band name may have been a bit tongue-in-cheek.

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*Bruce Springsteen “Nightshift” Only The Strong Survive
Love “Alone Again Or” Forever Changes
Love “A House Is Not A Motel” Forever Changes
Love “You Set The Scene” Forever Changes
Norah Jones “Chasing Pirates” The Fall
Semisonic “Secret Smile” Feeling Strangely Fine
Marcus Mumford “Grace” (self-titled)
Alex G “Runner” God Save The Animals
Soul Asylum “Runaway Train” Grave Dancers Union
Lucinda Williams “Six Blocks Away” Sweet Old World
Raul Malo “You’re Only Lonely” You’re Only Lonely

Hour Two
*Peter Tosh “Ketchy Shuby” Legalize It
Plains “Hurricane” I Walked with You a Ways
Susan Tedeschi “You Need To Be With Me” Just Won’t Burn
LCD Soundsystem “new body rhumba” White Noise OST
Public Image Ltd. “Seattle” Happy?
Margo Price “Change of Heart” Strays
Old 97’s “Lonely Holiday” Fight Songs
Say She She “Pink Roses” Prism
Grace Jones “Pull Up To The Bumper” Nightclubbing
Devo “Secret Agent Man” Duty Now For The Future
Sharon Van Etten “Mistakes” We’ve Been Going About This All Wrong
Maggie Rogers “That’s Where I Am” Surrender
INXS “The One Thing” Shabooh Shoobah

*Optional Song