World Cafe Playlist for 11/11/2022

Marcus Mumford

Marcus Mumford addresses his childhood abuser in the opening song of his new debut album “Self-Titled” It’s personal, it’s powerful and it’s painful – but it’s only the beginning of the story. Today – you’ll hear Marcus talk about how the record is actually about hope and healing. He’ll also talk about what it was like working on music apart from Mumford & Sons – and about the people who helped him through the process, like producer Blake Mills . Just a quick warning before we begin – that some of the subject matter in this interview may be difficult for some listeners.

Stream the complete show here

* Fleet Foxes “Helplessness Blues” Helplessness Blues
Marcus Mumford “Cannibal” Self-Titled
Marcus Mumford “Grace” Self-Titled
Marcus Mumford “Stonecatcher” Self-Titled
Marcus Mumford “How” Self-Titled
The Cranberries “Ode To My Family” No Need To Argue
R.E.M “Leaving New York” Around The Sun

Hour Two
*Mark Knopfler “What It Is” Sailing To Philadelphia
Say She She “Pink Roses” Prism
Bjork “Venus As A Boy” Debut
Phoenix “Tonight (feat Ezra Koenig)” Alpha Zulu
Semisonic “Closing Time” Feeling Strangely Fine
Alex G ” Runner” God Save The Animals
Phish ” Breath and Burning” Big Boat
Lucinda Williams “Six Blocks Away” Sweet Old World
Tyler Childers “Angel Band ( Jubilee Version)” Can I Take My Hounds To Heaven
Neko Case”Danny’s Song” VINYL: Music from the HBO Original Series
Steve Lacy “Bad Habit” Gemini Rights”
Jerry Garcia “Sugaree” Garcia

*Optional Song