World Cafe Playlist for 06/04/2024

Nathalie Joachim joins host Raina Douris

On Nathalie Joachim’s latest album, Ki moun ou ye, the New York born and Philly based musician and composer sings mostly in her family’s native language: Haitian Creole. It’s a way for the classically trained flutist to connect with her heritage and explore her family – and their homeland’s – history.

Listen to the session here.

Today’s Playlist
Annie Lennox “Why” Diva
Nathalie Joachim “Ki Moun Ou Ye” WC Recording
Nathalie Joachim “Renmen M Plis” WC Recording
Nathalie Joachim “Kouti Yo” WC Recording
Kamasi Washington “Ooh Child” Heavan and Earth
Talking Heads “Crosseyed and Painless” Remain In Light
Tame Impala “It Might Be Time” The Slow Rush
Santigold “Creator” WC Recording
Pearl Jam “Wreckage” Dark Matter
Alexi Murdoch “Orange Sky” Four Songs (e.p.)

Hour Two
Margo Price “You’re No Good” That’s How Rumors Get Started
The Dip “Doing The Thing” Love Direction
Prince “When You Were MIne” Dirty Mind
Fontaines D.C. “Starburster” Romance
Blur “Parklife” Parklife
Damon Albard “Mr. Tembo” WC Recording
Wolf Alice “Moaning Lisa Smile” WC Recording
Gorillaz “On Melancholy Hill” WC REcording
Michael Kiwanuka “One More Night” Love & Hate
Brittany Howard “What Now” What Now
MRCY “Lorelei” Volume 1
Nicole Atkins “Cool Enough” WC Recording
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats “Heartless” South of Here
The Pretenders “Brass In Pocket” Pretenders
Iron and Wine “All in Good Time (feat. Fiona Apple)” Light Verse
Waxahatchee “Right Back to It (feat. MJ Lenderman)” Tigers Blood
Kathleen Edwards “The Cheapest Key” Asking For Flowers