Kyle Smith's WYEP July concert preview.
The summer concert series is in full swing for the 3rd month in a row in Pittsburgh. As far as I can recall, this might be the busiest summer that I'v ever experienced in Pittsburgh. There are some big shows, a new outdoor venue in Lawrenceville hosting it's first event, The Deutschtown Music Festival, County Parks shows, plus a Final Friday concert with WYEP at Schenley Plaza. Here's a partial listing of events and a Spotify playlist for you to use to warm you up for July concerts.
|July 1st||Snarky Puppy||Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead|
|July 3rd||Neko Case / Ray Lamontagne||Heinz Hall|
|July 6th||Selwyn Birchwood||Greensburgh - St.Clair Park|
|July 8th||Felice Brothers||Club Café|
|July 10th||Pixies & Weezer||Key Bank Pavillion|
|July 10th||Acarde Fire||Stage ae|
|July 13th||Lone Bellow||Mr Smalls.|
|July 13th||Lettuce||Bay 41|
|July 13th||Jim Donovan & Sun King Warriors||South Park Ampitheater|
|July 13th||Deutschtown Music Fest||North Side|
|July 14th||Deutschtown Music Fest||North Side|
|July 18th||Greta Van Fleet||Stage ae|
|July 18th||Tedeschi Trucks Band & Marcus King Band||Key Bank Pavillion|
|July 18th||Joe Jackson||Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead|
|July 18th||Eileen Jewell||Club Café|
|July 20th||Cordovas||Club café|
|July 21st||Amanda Shires||Rex Theater|
|July26th||Lord Huron||Stage ae|
|July 26th||Radiohead||PPG Paints Arena|
|July 26th||Donora & Chet Vincent||WYEP Final Friday: Schenley Plaza|
|July 27th||Lucy Dacus||Club Café|
|July 29th||Lucius||Hartwood Acres|
|July 29th||Boy George & Culture Club||Stage ae|
Below are the 5 key tracks that you need to know from Stevie Wonder.
Song: "Fingertips (Part 2)"
- Album: The 12 Year Old Genius
- Year: 1963
- Comment: Was still known as 'Little Stevie Wonder' at this time.
Song: "Higher Ground"
- Album: Innervisions
- Year: 1973
Song: "You Haven't Done Nothin'"
- Album: Fulfillingness' First Finale
- Year: 1974
Song: "Master Blaster (Jammin')"
- Album: Hotter Than July
- Year: 1980
- Album: Talking Book
- Year: 1972
Catch Key Tracks every weekday during the Midday Mix at 1 PM on 91.3 WYEP.
Let's Talk About THE Song of the Summer... WYEP Hosts Make Their Predictions.
Okay, so we're not talking about the BLAZIN' HOT Top 40 song that you're gonna hear in every mall, radio station and roller skating rink in America, but we're aiming to make YOUR summer (you thoughtful, cool, WYEP listener) more audibly enjoyable with WYEP Host picks for best tunes of the season. ALSO make sure you get in on WYEP's Summer in the City Giveaway, where you're entered to win a bike, kayak or concert tickets when you donate $10 to listener-supported WYEP. Enjoy our hosts' summer song picks and see ya at WYEP's Summer Music Festival (This Saturday!)
Joey Spehar (Morning Mix Host)
Song of the Summer: "Africa" by Weezer
Back in December, Mary Klym started a movement. The 14 year old didn’t organize a political march or write a letter to her congressman. No, she created a Twitter account called @WeezerAfrica. Klym just wanted her favorite band to cover Toto’s 1982 hit song, “Africa.”
In May, Weezer finally responded to Klym’s request with a striking Toto cover. In true troll fashion, though, the song they released was “Rosanna”- the opening song from Toto IV which happens to close with “Africa.” A few days later, bringing this long-standing meme full circle, Rivers Cuomo and company shared their faithful rendition of “Africa” using an image of one of Klym’s tweets for the single’s cover art.
Weezer’s version is very well done (of course) and its release prompted Toto guitarist Steve Lukather to sing its praises on Twitter saying, “Very flattered and thanks Weezer.” Lukather went on to say “We recorded this -2nd take NO rehearsal in 1981. Not that anyone cares.. hahaha... Hope we meet someday. Unless you hate us. hahaha.”
Weezer has a long repertoire of cover songs including “Love My Way” by the Psychedelic Furs, a couple of Radiohead songs, and Black Sabbath’s “War Pigs” to name a few.
Cindy Howes (Evening Mix Host)
Song of the Summer: "Crazy Classic Life" by Janelle Monae
When we know we’re going to have a wild night, my friends and I will jokingly declare “No one dies tonight!” before we clink our glasses. Since we’re closer to 40 than 20, we’re usually in bed by 11pm, but man, the memories of past summer adventures are alive and well. This is particularly true when I hear Monae’s “Crazy Classic Life” from her explosive new record Dirty Computer.
The thing about this song is that it’s one of those up-tempo bangers that has a very important message that revolves around the rights of women and people of color to be treated equally. This means that a black girl should have the same treatment as a white girl when making the same stupid mistakes in life. Monae’s message is that no one is perfect and we should all be allowed to be ourselves, mistakes and all, without judgement, no matter who we are.
The pop-centric “Crazy Classic Life” has a sweet R&B groove with a poignant rap verse rounding it out. There Monae puts into perspective what it’s like to be a black woman in a white world: “Me and you was friends, but to them, we the opposite/The same mistake, I'm in jail, you on top of sh-t” meaning that she and her white friend both get arrested for the same misdemeanor, but her punishment is harsher.
While the song is really fun and enjoyable and would sound great at your summer pool party, Monae has opened the window for people who feel the way she feels to be more understood by those who are learning about it.
Kyle Smith (Midday Host/Music Director)
Song of the Summer: "Bad Bad News" by Leon Bridges
This is easily my favorite summer jam, the first single on Leon Bridges sophomore effort, Good Thing. "Bad, Bad News" has a soul groove, hip-hop beats and some funky jazz guitar that takes Leon’s music from the Sam Cooke era on his debut, to a summer jam made for the car and dance floor. Once you’ve spent time head bobbing along to the grooves, the lyrics like “I don't worry about people in my face - Hit 'em with style and grace and watch their ankles break" grab you and realize the song has depth and real meaning. Leon’s been quoted as saying the song is “an anthem about breaking past negativity and achieving greatness.” If you enjoy the track as much as I do, the video has a powerful message, about women being catcalled and rising up against harassment.
Rosemary Welsch (Afternoon Mix Host)
Song of the Summer: "Nameless, Faceless" by Courtney Barnett
Let’s shun the formulaic approach to a summer hit song and instead go with one that quotes Margaret Atwood! That’s what Courtney Barnett does in “Nameless, Faceless,” a track that balances bouncy pop and head-banging grunge rock. It’s driven by heavy percussion, pulsing bass, and Barnett’s distorted guitar and vocals – think Kurt Cobain’s feminine side. Barnett’s take on everyday events and emotions is so original that she makes the mundane feels sublime. Her wit is subtle and often self-deprecating, but when push comes to shove, watch out. She brilliantly defangs a snarky troll’s critique of her songwriting: “I could eat a bowl of alphabet soup and spit out better words than you” he claims. “But you didn’t” she deadpans. Barnett treads the indelicate balance between men and women, quoting Atwood’s line “men are scared that women will laugh at them, women are scared that men will kill them.” All that’s missing is a tra-la-la.
Brian Siewiorek (Production Director, WYEP's Disembodied Voice, Fill-In Superstar Host)
Song of the Summer: “Humility” by Gorillaz
Damon Albarn’s cartoon band plan to release a new album in late June, and the debut single, “Humility”, is my choice for song of the Summer. It has sort of an “easy breezy” sound to it, the kind of song that you want to turn up at a backyard barbecue or blast in the car with the windows down. Its strung-out synths and laid-back beat are expertly accentuated by the smooth guitar of jazz legend, George Benson. Albarn’s lyrics cast away the notion of isolation and vaguely warble about getting back with someone, or back to some place. He could easily be singing about the the end of Winter and cabin fever, and the return of the warmer weather and the activities it brings. That idea is furthered in the song’s music video, which features the band’s cartoon leader, 2D, roller skating alongside a beach in sunny California and passes by all kinds of people enjoying the sunshine in different ways. This is a feeling definitely relatable to most, which is why this song will be on all my Summertime playlists.
June 23, 1998 Mermaid Avenue, an album of previously unheard lyrics written by the late American songwriter Woody Guthrie, was released into the world forever changing the landscape of Americana music.
The UK singer/songwriter and activist, Billy Bragg teamed up with the alt-country band Wilco to bring these unheard songs to life. Bragg had been approached by Woody's daughter Nora Guthrie several years before about recording some of the thousand or so unrecorded compositions her father left behind. This was the first attempt at handing of these unfinished Woody songs to a new generation to discover and the results of the project were met with enormous critical acclaim. Mermaid Avenue is one of the most loved Americana albums of all-time inspiring fans and musicians alike. Billy Bragg & Wilco were successful in introducing the genius of Woody Guthrie's writing to a new generation and thus began the tradition of reviving his unwritten songs from the massive Guthrie archive.
To celebrate this momentous album's 20th anniversary, WYEP asked some of the best Pittsburgh roots musicians to share their thoughts about their favorite songs from Mermaid Avenue.
I first heard “California Stars” at the end of a marathon Wilco set at the 9:30 Club in DC (mid 2000s). A fan up front booed when he realized they weren’t going to play his request. Jeff Tweedy scolded him, “are you really booing us? We’ve played 22 songs tonight!” and then launched into “California Stars.” I didn’t know about the song or the Mermaid Avenue project at the time. But even at the end of a long set I knew this was something special.
For me, “California Stars” embodies the spirit of Mermaid Avenue. It’s a true example of what Gram Parsons called the Cosmic American Music. It’s a collaboration across space and time. A sound steeped in tradition but not bound by it, something Woody Guthrie understood well. Music that welcomes immigrants, refugees, trespassers and outlaws — also an indie band from Chicago and an English punk rocker. “California Stars” is all of this, two young lovers looking up at an american sky and dreaming of a better tomorrow. - Chet Vincent
"Way Over Yonder in the Minor Key"
After only discovering Wilco, Bragg, and Guthrie in my mid-twenties, I was a late in appreciating the slight twang and heavy emotional appeal of their music. I listened to their catalogs in reverse, hitting Mermaid Ave only when I was well into my time with The Red Western. Growing up I basically lived in the “woods” around my house, “Way Over Yonder In The Minor Key” brings me back to summers of freedom where I had nothing but my own childish ambitions to guide me. The tiny wooded world was a universe for me and my friends and the circle of pines behind my house was our fort. This will always be a song that shows me music’s ability to paint a picture, a tendency that seems to creep its way into my own songwriting, and guides me to seek out music that is sensory, emotional, and honest. - Lauren DeLorenze (former Red Western)
"Walt Whitman's Niece"
Billy Bragg & Wilco recorded “Mermaid Avenue.” But to me, it’s a Woody Guthrie album. Of course, it’s his lyrics. Woody Guthrie always represented to me, the true American Songwriter. The opening cut is “Walt Whitman’s Niece”. Walt Whitman, the true American Poet. Whitman said “The American poets are to enclose old and new, for America is the race of races.” This record encompasses the old and new, and forces the listener to forget time.
This song “Walt Whitman’s Niece” creates no beginning and no end. What it does, is leaves everything up to the audience’s senses. The seaman, the narrator’s buddy, builds the scene. The steps, the building, and the girls. Spending all night with a couple of girls reading poems... or not. It’s the perfect poem. You can smell the sea, see the dirt on the steps, the claustrophobic feel of the long room, hear the girls laugh. There’s beauty, lust, and nowhere. So many unanswered questions. But the moment is quite clear. This is America. (I won’t say what America). - Bill Toms
"Christ for President"
The rambunctious energy of this tune is captivating. Jeff Tweedy’s signature vocal grit rouses enthusiasm over a steady, swampy groove that conjures visions of a campaign trail parade for Jesus Christ himself. Woody Guthrie’s lyrics nimbly adopt the stump-speech jargon we’ve all heard before, except these declarations are sincere. After all, this candidate is a man of the people with a proven track record. The collaboration results in a brilliant song of enduring relevance. Woody Guthrie bests any high-brow intellectual analysis with the plain-spoken truth. Christ is undoubtedly a radical political figure and his portrayal as a modern-day candidate forces us to examine the pandering and posturing that pervades our electoral process. I think Americans are fatigued by the lack of reverence and the flimsy moral courage of our elected officials. So Put the Carpenter in, he’s got my vote. - Jon Bindley (Bindley Hardware Co.)
"I Guess I Planted"
Billy Bragg did these lyrics for “I Guess I Planted” the best possible justice by crafting an infectiously catchy song that culminates in a lively, free-flowing sing-along. As a listener, this invites you to join in the celebration of exactly what he is speaking to- coming together, this time in the context of labor unions, to create something bigger than the parts themselves.
Woody Guthrie’s songs about the labor struggles of his time have always been my favorites of his. My dad was a union shop steward for decades, and we still ride our bikes down to the parade together every Labor Day. I always leave feeling inspired by the courage and the joyfulness of people coming together and realizing their collective power. That spirit is captured so nicely by this song, reminding us above all that “The big ones are made up of the little kind.” - Molly Alphabet
"The Unwelcome Guest"
It's apt that we can compare "the rich man's bright lodges" to Trump Towers today. Woody Guthrie wrote the lyric long ago, but history repeats. Woody, an unwelcome guest in a capitalistic society, a man with "no home" in a world where "the gambling man is rich and the working man is poor," strived to undo injustices. Billy Bragg recognized the prominent point of his own career as a moment of self-realization that he had "joined the tradition." And the tradition remains - an unwelcome guest to sing, to question, to expose, to condemn tyrants in a "playhouse of fortune" who have "stolen their gold" from someone else.
"My guns and my saddle
Will always be filled
By unwelcome travelers...
And they'll take the money
And spread it out equal
Just like the Bible
And the prophets suggest"
It is so befitting that Billy Bragg chose to put Woody's dream to this beautiful tune, this never ending waltz. - Tom Breiding
"Hesitating Beauty" is such a joyful tune, especially when considering the other songs on the album. Tweedy's voice is brilliant. The message of the song definitely illuminates a yearning for stability, which was more prevalent during Woody Guthrie's time, post WWII. As a listener in my early twenties, this song is especially relatable in that sense. Everyone wants the "perfect" life, and marriage is the easy answer. It's interesting that the male point-of-view in this song pinpoints the issue as Nora Lee's "hesitation" rather than her own will to not be married. As a songwriter, it would be fun to tell the tale from the woman's perspective, considering her thoughts and emotions. Either way, the song is cheerful and definitely one of my favorites off of the album. - Angela Autumn
In terms of trying to channel the spirit of Woody, I feel Ingid Bergman is the most representative. It's simple and ephemeral, though speaks volumes about creator and performer. Bragg brings Guthrie's infatuation with film star Ingrid Bergman to life in a mere minute 1:50. So quickly in fact, one may not recognize the mechanisms at work. Both artists are known for their political and protest songs, but also for their creation of topical material. The song highlights events taken from 1950's “Stromboli” staring Bergman, directed by Roberto Rossellini. In 1950 Guthrie was still living in the downstairs apartment at 3520 Mermaid Ave. in Coney Island. This song is indicative of one of the many facets of Woody, namely its coy enshrouded wit and insinuation. His open writing style leaves no apologies for lustful innuendo, and Bragg's cool metered delivery and abrupt ending doesn't show his hand. - Bryan McQuaid
Stream Billy Bragg & Wilco's Mermaid Avenue
We had a number of people ask about all of the songs we played today, so here is the full list:
|6:06am||Grateful Dead||Turn on Your Lovelight (live)||22:23||1971|
|6:30am||Dire Straits||Romeo and Juliet (live)||09:54||1993|
|6:41am||Creedence Clearwater Revival||I Heard it Through the Grapevine||11:07||1970|
|6:54am||The Police||Can't Stand Losing You (live)||07:26||1995|
|7:01am||Pearl Jam||Daughter (live)||07:22||2000|
|7:20am||Oasis||Champagne Supernova (full album version)||07:25||1995|
|7:29am||Fleetwood Mac||Rhiannon (live)||07:42||1980|
|7:50am||Neil Young||Down By the River||09:13||1969|
|8:00am||David Bowie||Let's Dance||07:30||1983|
|8:09am||Allman Brothers Band||Jessica||07:23||1973|
|8:17am||Death Cab for Cutie||I Will Possess Your Heart (full version)||08:13||2008|
|8:27am||The Beatles||Hey Jude||07:00||1968|
|8:53am||Counting Crows||Mrs. Potter's Lullaby||07:40||1999|
|9:00am||The Rolling Stones||You Can't Always Get What You Want||07:27||1969|
|9:09am||Paul Simon||Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes (live)||09:10||1991|
|9:20am||Jimi Hendrix||Voodoo Chile||14:07||1968|
|9:35am||Joni Mitchell||Song For Sharon||08:25||1976|
|9:44am||Squeeze||Black Coffee in Bed (live)||08:15||1990|
|9:54am||Crosby, Stills & Nash||Suite: Judy Blue Eyes||07:23||1969|
|10:00am||Bruce Hornsby||The End of the Innocence (live)||07:06||2002|
|10:09am||Catherine Wheel||Black Metallic||07:04||1992|
|10:17am||Buddy Guy||Baby Please Don't Leave Me||07:19||2001|
|10:25am||Led Zeppelin||The Rain Song||07:33||1972|
|10:34am||My Morning Jacket||Circuital (full album version)||07:00||2011|
|11:00am||moe.||Wind It Up||07:55||2006|
|11:18am||Derek and the Dominos||Key to the Highway||09:38||1970|
|11:52am||The War on Drugs||Thinking of a Place||11:05||2017|
|12:01pm||Sylvan Esso||Radio (Cut Copy remix)||07:11||2018|
|12:10pm||Grateful Dead||Friend of the Devil (live)||07:20||1981|
|12:18pm||Built to Spill||Goin' Against Your Mind||08:41||2006|
|12:28pm||Warren Haynes||Pretzel Logic (live)||08:03||2012|
|12:37pm||Joe Cocker||I Don't Need No Doctor||11:40||?|
|12:51pm||Stone Roses||I Am the Resurrection||08:07||1989|
|1:09pm||Cornershop||Brimful of Asha (Norman Cook remix)||07:30||1997|
|1:17pm||The Rolling Stones||Can't You Hear Me Knocking?||07:10||1971|
|1:26pm||Laurie Anderson||Sharkey's Day||07:41||1984|
|1:34pm||Bob Dylan||Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts||08:43||1975|
|1:44pm||The Waterboys||And a Bang on the Ear||07:27||1988|
|1:53pm||Primal Scream||Come Together||08:01||1991|
|2:00pm||Don McLean||American Pie||08:28||1971|
|2:10pm||Robert Randolph & The Family Band||The March||07:35||2001|
|2:19pm||Neil Young||Like a Hurricane||08:12||1977|
|2:28pm||Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers||Shout (live)||09:21||1985|
|2:39pm||Cat Power||Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again||06:47||2007|
|2:47pm||Creedence Clearwater Revival||Susie Q (live)||11:25||1969|
|3:00pm||The Marcus King Band||Rita Is Gone||07:04||2016|
|3:09pm||Stevie Wonder||Living For The City||07:22||1973|
|3:17pm||The Police||So Lonely (live)||07:07||1995|
|3:26pm||Jane Siberry||Mimi on the Beach||07:30||1983|
|3:34pm||Benjamin Gibbard||The Concept||07:55||2017|
|3:43pm||The Cure||Pictures of You||07:28||1989|
|3:52pm||Steely Dan||Deacon Blues||07:24||1977|
|4:00pm||Traffic||Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys||11:31||1970|
|4:13pm||Joni Mitchell||Come In From the Cold||07:05||1991|
|4:22pm||David Bowie||Station to Station||09:45||1976|
|4:32pm||Counting Crows||Palisades Park||08:13||2014|
|4:42pm||Bruce Springsteen||Prove It All Night (live)||09:50||1978|
|4:53pm||Marianne Faithfull||The Blue Millionaire||08:20||1983|
|5:10pm||Baz Luhrmann||Everybody's Free (To Wear Sunscreen)||07:06||1999|
|5:17pm||Aretha Franklin||Spirit in the Dark (reprise)||08:16||1971|
|5:27pm||The Who||Won't Get Fooled Again||08:30||1971|
|5:36pm||The Mavericks||Come Unto Me (live)||07:21||2016|
|5:45pm||Gary Clark, Jr.||When My Train Pulls In||07:38||2012|
|6:19pm||Oasis||All Around the World||09:15||1997|
|6:30pm||Bauhaus||Bela Lugosi's Dead||09:31||1979|
|6:41pm||LCD Soundsystem||All My Friends||07:37||2007|
|6:50pm||Underworld||Born Slippy (Nuxx)||09:45||1995|
In case you want to see the list ordered by length, here it is!
|22:23||Grateful Dead||Turn on Your Lovelight (live)||1971||6:06am|
|14:07||Jimi Hendrix||Voodoo Chile||1968||9:20am|
|11:40||Joe Cocker||I Don't Need No Doctor||?||12:37pm|
|11:31||Traffic||Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys||1970||4:00pm|
|11:25||Creedence Clearwater Revival||Susie Q (live)||1969||2:47pm|
|11:07||Creedence Clearwater Revival||I Heard it Through the Grapevine||1970||6:41am|
|11:05||The War on Drugs||Thinking of a Place||2017||11:52am|
|09:54||Dire Straits||Romeo and Juliet (live)||1993||6:30am|
|09:50||Bruce Springsteen||Prove It All Night (live)||1978||4:42pm|
|09:45||David Bowie||Station to Station||1976||4:22pm|
|09:45||Underworld||Born Slippy (Nuxx)||1995||6:50pm|
|09:38||Derek and the Dominos||Key to the Highway||1970||11:18am|
|09:31||Bauhaus||Bela Lugosi's Dead||1979||6:30pm|
|09:21||Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers||Shout (live)||1985||2:28pm|
|09:15||Oasis||All Around the World||1997||6:19pm|
|09:13||Neil Young||Down By the River||1969||7:50am|
|09:10||Paul Simon||Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes (live)||1991||9:09am|
|08:43||Bob Dylan||Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts||1975||1:34pm|
|08:41||Built to Spill||Goin' Against Your Mind||2006||12:18pm|
|08:30||The Who||Won't Get Fooled Again||1971||5:27pm|
|08:28||Don McLean||American Pie||1971||2:00pm|
|08:25||Joni Mitchell||Song For Sharon||1976||9:35am|
|08:20||Marianne Faithfull||The Blue Millionaire||1983||4:53pm|
|08:16||Aretha Franklin||Spirit in the Dark (reprise)||1971||5:17pm|
|08:15||Squeeze||Black Coffee in Bed (live)||1990||9:44am|
|08:13||Death Cab for Cutie||I Will Possess Your Heart (full version)||2008||8:17am|
|08:13||Counting Crows||Palisades Park||2014||4:32pm|
|08:12||Neil Young||Like a Hurricane||1977||2:19pm|
|08:07||Stone Roses||I Am the Resurrection||1989||12:51pm|
|08:03||Warren Haynes||Pretzel Logic (live)||2012||12:28pm|
|08:01||Primal Scream||Come Together||1991||1:53pm|
|07:55||moe.||Wind It Up||2006||11:00am|
|07:55||Benjamin Gibbard||The Concept||2017||3:34pm|
|07:42||Fleetwood Mac||Rhiannon (live)||1980||7:29am|
|07:41||Laurie Anderson||Sharkey's Day||1984||1:26pm|
|07:40||Counting Crows||Mrs. Potter's Lullaby||1999||8:53am|
|07:38||Gary Clark, Jr.||When My Train Pulls In||2012||5:45pm|
|07:37||LCD Soundsystem||All My Friends||2007||6:41pm|
|07:35||Robert Randolph & The Family Band||The March||2001||2:10pm|
|07:33||Led Zeppelin||The Rain Song||1972||10:25am|
|07:30||David Bowie||Let's Dance||1983||8:00am|
|07:30||Cornershop||Brimful of Asha (Norman Cook remix)||1997||1:09pm|
|07:30||Jane Siberry||Mimi on the Beach||1983||3:26pm|
|07:28||The Cure||Pictures of You||1989||3:43pm|
|07:27||The Rolling Stones||You Can't Always Get What You Want||1969||9:00am|
|07:27||The Waterboys||And a Bang on the Ear||1988||1:44pm|
|07:26||The Police||Can't Stand Losing You (live)||1995||6:54am|
|07:25||Oasis||Champagne Supernova (full album version)||1995||7:20am|
|07:24||Steely Dan||Deacon Blues||1977||3:52pm|
|07:23||Allman Brothers Band||Jessica||1973||8:09am|
|07:23||Crosby, Stills & Nash||Suite: Judy Blue Eyes||1969||9:54am|
|07:22||Pearl Jam||Daughter (live)||2000||7:01am|
|07:22||Stevie Wonder||Living For The City||1973||3:09pm|
|07:21||The Mavericks||Come Unto Me (live)||2016||5:36pm|
|07:20||Grateful Dead||Friend of the Devil (live)||1981||12:10pm|
|07:19||Buddy Guy||Baby Please Don't Leave Me||2001||10:17am|
|07:11||Sylvan Esso||Radio (Cut Copy remix)||2018||12:01pm|
|07:10||The Rolling Stones||Can't You Hear Me Knocking?||1971||1:17pm|
|07:07||The Police||So Lonely (live)||1995||3:17pm|
|07:06||Bruce Hornsby||The End of the Innocence (live)||2002||10:00am|
|07:06||Baz Luhrmann||Everybody's Free (To Wear Sunscreen)||1999||5:10pm|
|07:05||Joni Mitchell||Come In From the Cold||1991||4:13pm|
|07:04||Catherine Wheel||Black Metallic||1992||10:09am|
|07:04||The Marcus King Band||Rita Is Gone||2016||3:00pm|
|07:00||The Beatles||Hey Jude||1968||8:27am|
|07:00||My Morning Jacket||Circuital (full album version)||2011||10:34am|
|06:47||Cat Power||Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again||2007||2:39pm|