World Cafe Playlist for 08/13/2020

Hazel English joins host Stephen Kallao

Before releasing her debut album Wake UP!, Hazel English was working on her college thesis. The thesis was written as a science fiction novel, which she says influenced the sound of her new record – along with some more obvious influences, like 1960s psychedelia and soul music. Today, Hazel joins host Stephen Kallao to discuss her move from Australia to Los Angeles, and the differences between writing literature and writing songs. Plus, a live performance of some of her new music.

*Joseph Arthur “Even Tho” Our Shadows Will Remain
Hazel English “Shaking” Recorded Live for the World Café
Hazel English “Wake UP!” Recorded Live for the World Café
Hazel English “Combat” Recorded Live for the World Café
U2 “When Love Comes To Town” Rattle and Hum
Black Pumas “Fire” Black Pumas
Phoebe Bridgers “Punisher” Punisher
Ray Lamontagne “Forever My Friend” Trouble
Sylvan Esso “Ferris Wheel” Free Love
The Cure “The Love Cats” Staring At The Sea – ” The Images
Milky Chance “Stolen Dance” Sadnecessary

Hour Two
*Dire Straits “Espresso Love” Making Movies
Haim “The Steps” Women in Music Pt. III
Stevie Wonder “Master Blaster (Jammin’)” Hotter Than July
Toots & The Maytals “Got To Be Tough” Got To Be Tough
Fontaines D.C. “A Hero’s Death” A Hero’s Death
Modest Mouse “Dashboard” We Were Dead Before The Ship Even Sank
The War and Treaty “Five More Minutes” Hearts Town
Tedeschi Trucks Band “Hard Case” Signs
Trey Anastasio “A Wave of Hope” Lonely Trip
X “Soul Kitchen” Los Angeles
Beck “Where It’s At” Odelay
Dylan Cartlidge “Yellow Brick Road” Yellow Brick Road (single)
Mondo Cozmo “Upside Down” New Medicine
Siouxsie & The Banshees “Kiss Them For Me” Superstition

*Optional Song