Air Date: 2020-05-05
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Laurie Anderson “Babydoll” from Strange Angels 1989
Brian Fallon “I Don’t Mind (If I’m With You)” from Local Honey 2020 N
Stephen Stills “As I Come Of Age” from Stills 1975
David Bowie “The Man Who Sold The World” from ChangesNowBowie 2020 N Recorded in 1996 for BBC Radio One
Floral Tattoo “(Foreword)” from You Can Never Have A Long Enough Head Start 2020 N
Floral Tattoo “Life In Color” from You Can Never Have A Long Enough Head Start 2020 N
The Boomtown Rats “Sweet Thing” from Citizens of Boomtown 2020 N
Big Blood “Insecure Kids” from Do You Wanna Have A Skeleton Dream? 2020 N
Liela Moss “New Leaves” from My Name Is Safe In Your Mouth 2018
Tindersticks “Show Me Everything” from The Something Rain 2012
Trey Wright Trio “Analyse” from Radiohead in Jazz 2019 N V/A
Karl Hector & The Malcouns “Mother Seletta” from Non Ex Orbis 2019
The Souljazz Orchestra “House Of Cards” from Chaos Theories 2019
August’s Last Tuesday Treat will be a Very Merry Unbirthday special, in which Wonderland will celebrate the work of an artist chosen by the listeners. Use the poll below to vote for either:
- Laurie Anderson, avant-garde performer and composer who has experimented both with musical forms and the tools of making music.
- Mark Lanegan, pioneer of alternative rock whose prolific career as a member of Screaming Trees and a solo performer is supplemented with dozens of high-profile collaborations.
Which artist should be celebrated with an August "Very Merry Unbirthday"?
- Laurie Anderson (100%, 1 Votes)
- Mark Lanegan (0%, 0 Votes)
Total Voters: 1
Wonderland’s Last Tuesday Treat for July will be a Search and Recover special, featuring an hour of covers of a single song.
The options are:
- Afro Blue, a jazz song written by Mongo Santamaría and originally recorded by the Cal Tjader Sextet before being popularized by John Coltrane.
- Friend of the Devil, by The Grateful Dead.
Voting ends on Friday, July 26th!
Which song should be featured on Search and Recover?
- Afro Blue, written by Mongo Santamaría and recorded by John Coltrane (100%, 4 Votes)
- Friend of the Devil, by The Grateful Dead (0%, 0 Votes)
Total Voters: 4