Monday, November 18, 2013
Dee Perry welcomes a trio of music fanatics to share the latest releases from Best Coast, Nine Inch Nails and Cleveland's own Herzog. Joining Dee are NPR Music's Stephen Thompson, WRUW's Michael James Pultz and freelance music writer Annie Zaleski.
Stephen Thompson, NPR Music
Michael James Pultz, WRUW and Loop Records in Tremont
Annie Zaleski, freelance music writer
Songs heard on today’s show:
Best Coast “This Lonely Morning”
Holy Ghost “Dumb Disco Ideas”
Herzog “Boys’ Theme”
Lou Reed and The Velvet Underground “Waiting for My Man”
Courtney Barnett “Avant Gardener”
The Sadies “The First Five Minutes”
Theo Parrish The Awakening “March On”
Nine Inch Nails “Everything”
Lucrecia Dalt “Glosolalia”
Oscar Isaac and Marcus Mumford “Fare Thee Well”
Paul McCartney “Early Days”
Upset “Oxfords and Wingtips”
Fuzz “Sleigh Ride”
The Blow “Make it Up”
Messengers Incorporated “Soulful Proclamation”
Haim “If I Could Change Your Mind”
Shearwater “Natural One”
Mary Lambert “She Keeps Me Warm”
Blu-No York! “Everybody Nose”
Toad the Wet Sprocket “I’ll Bet on You”
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Special thanks to the Oberlin Conservatory of Music at Oberlin College for the use of their Steinway Piano.
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