Wide Ear Folk presents:

Bill Lupoletti of Global A Go-Go (Monday 3-5 PM) here, sitting in this week for Eric with a grab bag of treats: Bonnie “Prince” Billy with Eighth Blackbird, Daniel Johnston covers, a song for the 81% of white evangelicals who voted for what’s-his-name, three by Geoff Berner (new album pictured above), Roy Zimmerman for your safety and convenience, and the always popular much more.

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Playlist:

    Time: January 28 - 11:00:00 am
  • When We Are Inhuman

    Bonnie "Prince" Billy, Bryce Dessner & Eighth Blackbird, “New Partner”

    from When We Are Inhuman

    37d03d - 2019

  • Time: January 28 - 11:04:00 am
  • 69 Love Songs

    The Magnetic Fields, “All My Little Words”

    from 69 Love Songs

    Merge Records - 1999

  • Time: January 28 - 11:07:53 am
  • Night Ride Home

    Joni Mitchell, “Come in from the Cold”

    from Night Ride Home

    Geffen - 1991

  • Time: January 28 - 11:15:11 am
  • Is the Actor Happy?

    Vic Chesnutt, “Gravity of the Situation”

    from Is the Actor Happy?

    New West Records - 1995

  • Time: January 28 - 11:21:52 am
  • Fakebook

    Yo La Tengo, “Speeding Motorcycle”

    from Fakebook

    Bar None Records - 1990

  • Time: January 28 - 11:24:00 am
  • Dead Dog's Eyeball: Songs of Daniel Johnston

    K. McCarty, “Living Life”

    from Dead Dog's Eyeball: Songs of Daniel Johnston

    Bar/None Records - 1994

  • Time: January 28 - 11:27:36 am
  • Rolling Home

    Deighton Family, “Under the Boardwalk”

    from Rolling Home

    Green Linnet - 1991

  • Time: January 28 - 11:30:45 am
  • The Stand Up Years 1964 - 1968

    Woody Allen, “Down South”

    from The Stand Up Years 1964 - 1968

    Razor & Tie

  • Time: January 28 - 11:34:18 am
  • Geoff Berner, “Not The Jew I Had In Mind”

    from Grand Hotel Cosmopolis

    Coax - 2019

  • Time: January 28 - 11:42:35 am
  • Daniel Deitrich, “Hymn For The 81%”

    from Hymn For The 81% - Single

    self-released - 2020

  • Time: January 28 - 11:48:04 am
  • Is This Desire?

    PJ Harvey, “Angelene”

    from Is This Desire?

    Universal-Island Records Ltd. - 1998

  • Time: January 28 - 11:51:27 am
  • Stonechild

    Jesca Hoop, “Red White and Black”

    from Stonechild

    Memphis Industries - 2019

  • Time: January 28 - 11:54:34 am
  • A Singsong and a Scrap

    Chumbawamba, “By & By”

    from A Singsong and a Scrap

    AK Press - 2005

  • Time: January 28 - 12:02:20 pm
  • An Introduction to Martin Carthy

    Martin Carthy, “Scarborough Fair”

    from An Introduction to Martin Carthy

    Topic Records - 1965

  • Time: January 28 - 12:05:49 pm
  • We Are Going to Bremen to Be Musicians

    Geoff Berner, “We Are on Our Way to Bremen”

    from We Are Going to Bremen to Be Musicians

    Oriente - 2015

  • Time: January 28 - 12:12:16 pm
  • Do You Love

    Otava Yo, “Do You Love?”

    from Do You Love

    ARC - 2019

  • Time: January 28 - 12:22:44 pm
  • The Stand Up Years 1964 - 1968

    Woody Allen, “The Science Fiction Film”

    from The Stand Up Years 1964 - 1968

    Razor & Tie

  • Time: January 28 - 12:25:35 pm
  • Security

    Roy Zimmerman, “One World, One Bank”

    from Security

    Metaphor Rcords - 2004

  • Time: January 28 - 12:30:07 pm
  • Berkeley to Bakersfield

    Cracker, “Torches and Pitchforks”

    from Berkeley to Bakersfield

    429 Records - 2014

  • Time: January 28 - 12:32:15 pm
  • Geoff Berner, “Why Don't We Just Take The Billionaires' Money Away?”

    from Grand Hotel Cosmopolis

    Coax - 2019

  • Time: January 28 - 12:36:37 pm
  • Pull Up Some Dust and Sit Down

    Ry Cooder, “No Banker Left Behind”

    from Pull Up Some Dust and Sit Down

    Nonesuch - 2011

  • Time: January 28 - 12:44:27 pm
  • Robin Holcomb

    Robin Holcomb, “Nine Lives”

    from Robin Holcomb

    Rhino/Warner Records - 1990

  • Time: January 28 - 12:48:44 pm
  • Drill a Hole In That Substrate and Tell Me What You See

    Jim White, “Static On the Radio”

    from Drill a Hole In That Substrate and Tell Me What You See

    Luaka Bop - 2004

  • Time: January 28 - 12:54:00 pm
  • Easter

    Patti Smith Group, “Ghost Dance”

    from Easter

    Arista - 1978

96 January 28th, 2020

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