World Cafe Playlist for 12/06/2022

ENCORE: 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 recently reached a new milestone 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.

Stream the complete show here

*Lucinda Williams “Car Wheels On A Gravel Road” Car Wheels On A Gravel Road
Rhett Miller “Already There” Recorded Live For The World Cafe
Rhett Miller “Talk” 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
Sylvan Esso “Radio” What Now
Maggie Rogers “Want Want” Surrender
Mt.Joy “Evergreen” Orange Blood
Alex G “Miracle” God Save The Animals
Neil Young “Old Man” Harvest Moon
The Heavy Heavy “Miles and Miles” Life and Life Only

Hour Two
*The Slip “Children of December” Eisenhower
Paramore “This is Why” This is Why
The Killers “Somebody Told Me” Hot Fuss
Steve Lacy “Bad Habit” Gemini Rights
Stevie Wonder “Tuesday Heartbreak” Talking Book
Bruce Springsteen “Turn Back The Hands of Time” Only The Strong Survive
Beck “Dreams” Colors
GA-20 “Fairweather Friend” Crackdown
Etta James “Give It Up” The Right Time
The Black Crowes “Jealous Again” Shake Your Money Maker
Jason Kelce, Lane Johnson “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” A Philly Special Christmas
Thee Sacred Souls “Easier Said Than Done” Thee Sacred Souls
Chicano Batman “Friendship (Is A Small Boat In A Storm)” Freedom is Free
Rayland Baxter “Rubberband Man” If I Were A Butterfly
Patti Smith Group “Because The Night” Easter

*Optional Song