HEARD: Playlist, 8/21-27/17

Just so you know where our ears have been at, here’s a rundown of what we’ve been spinning at Nippertown HQ (and in the Nippermobile) this past week – CDs, vinyl, streaming and maybe even a cassette or two:

Bob Dylan: Slow Train Coming (Columbia, 1979)
Prince: The Hits/The B-Sides (Paisley Park, 1993)
Lilly Hiatt: Trinity Lane (New West, 2017)
Catherine Dubosc, Rita Gorr, Orchestre de l’Opera de Lyons: Poulenc’s “Dialogues des Carmelites” (Virgin Classics, 1992)
Sarah Lou Richards: Someone Who Gets Me (Sarah Lou Richards, 2017)
Will Kimbrough: (EP) (Daphne, 2007)
Whiskeytown: Faithless Street (Outpost, 1998)
Cassandra Wilson: Belly of the Sun (Blue Note, 2002)
Dillard & Clark: The Fantastic Expedition of Dillard & Clark (A&M, 1968)
Dillard & Clark: Through the Morning, Through the Night (A&M, 1969)
Brooklyn Raga Massive: Terry Riley’s “In C” (Northern Spy, 2017)
Gavin Bryars: The Sinking of the Titanic (Point Music, 1994)
David Byrne: The Catherine Wheel (Sire, 1981)
The Catherine Wheel: Wishville (Columbia, 2000)
Various artists: Leading Ladies (Reader’s Digest Music, 1997)
The Byrds: The Preflyte Sessions (Sundazed, 2001)

Player: Baby Come Back: The Best of Player (Chronicles, 1998)
April March: Chrominance Decoder (Mammoth, 1999)
Glenn Tilbrook: The Incomplete Glenn Tilbrook (Quixotic, 2001)
Jill Sobule: Pinko Records Junior Executive (Pinko, 2012)
Ry Cooder: Music by Ry Cooder (Warner Bros., 1995)
Annie Lennox: Diva (Arista, 1992)
Sparks: Lil’ Beethoven (Palm, 2002)
Jeff Beal: “Pollock”: Original Soundtrack (Unitone, 2001)
Grant Lee Buffalo: Jubilee (Slash, 1998)
Merle Haggard & George Jones: A Taste of Yesterday’s Wine (Epic, 1982)
Queens of the Stone Age: Villians (Matador, 2017)
Coast Modern: Coast Modern (300 Entertainment, 2017)
The Holmes Brothers: State of Grace (Alligator, 2007)
Jeff Beal: “Carnivale:” Soundtrack from the Original HBO Series (Varese Sarabande, 2004)
Marilyn Crispell, Gary Peacock & Paul Motian: Amaryllis (ECM, 2001)
The Box Tops: Non-Stop (Sundazed, 2000)
Gene Pitney: Ultimate Collection (One Way, 1995)
Nina Simone: Baltimore (CTI, 2001)
Various artists: Randy Newman’s “Faust” (Reprise, 1995)

1 Comment
  1. Michael Hochanadel says

    EXTRA-cool choices here, especially the Dillard & Clark, Whiskeytown, Crispell/Peacock/Motia, Sobule and Kimbrough music

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