The Hear and Now

The Hear and Now – January 22, 2015

Playlist

From singer-songwriters to avant-garde jazz; old faves, new voices, and live performances.
With host Derk Richardson.

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
The Beatles
Don't Let Me Down
Let It Be ... Naked
Capitol
Phil Phillips with the Twilights
Sea of Love
Rock, Rhythm and Doo Wop
Rhino
Sam Cooke
Bring It on Home to Me
Portrait of a Legend 1951-1964
ABKCO
The Beatles
I've Got a Feeling
Let It Be ... Naked
Capitol
The Beach Boys
Wouldn't It Be Nice
The Very Best of the Beach Boys: Sounds of Summer
Capitol
Sam Cooke
A Change Is Gonna Come
Portrait of a Legend 1951-1964
ABKCO
Warren Zevon
Desperados under the Eaves
I'll Sleep When I'm Dead (An Anthology)
Elektra/Rhino
Warren Zevon
My Ride's Here
My Ride's Here
Artemis Records
Warren Zevon
Knockin' on Heaven's Door
The Wind
Artemis Rcords
Gillian Welch and David Rawlings
White Rabbit
Live on "Fresh Air"
NPR
Yo La Tengo
My Little Corner of the World
I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One
Matador
Monica Pasqual
These Darkened Days
This Cold Desire
Monica Pasqual
The Tiptons Saxophone Quartet & Drums
Fight the Good Fight
Tiny Lower Case
Sowie Sound
The Persuasions
Brokedown Palace
Might As Well: The Persuasions Sing the Grateful Dead
Grateful Dead Records/Arista
Blind Willie Johnson
Dark Was the Night
Dark Was the Night
Columbia Legacy
Fred Frith
First Light (for Robbie Basho)
To Sail, to Sail
Tzadik
Jorma Kaukonen
Brother Can You Spare a Dime
Ain't in No Hurry
Red House
Fred Frith
Gaifu Kaisei (in memory of Akira Iijima)
Clearing
Tzadik
Trance Mission
The Sun Cries pt.one
Head Light
City of Tribes
Harvey Mandel
Cristo Redentor
The Mercury Years
Polydor
Leon Russell
Stranger in a Strange Land
Retrospective
Shelter / The Right Stuff
Sharon Van Etten
You Know Me Well
Are We There
Jagajaguwar
St. Vincent
Severed Crossed Fingers
S/T
Loma Vista / Republic
Marissa Nadler
Dead City Emily
July
Sacred Bones Records
Anthony Pirog
The Great Northern
Palo Colorado Dream
Cuneiform Records

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