Listen to the Record Store Day 2024 edition of ‘Alternate Take’

Listen to “Alternate Take” with host Liz Warner every Thursday from 8-10 p.m. ET on Detroit Public Radio — 101.9 WDET.

Liz Warner laying on the floor surrounded by vinyl records.

Liz Warner

Editor’s note: This episode of “Alternate Take” has expired. Listen to the most recent episodes here.

This week on Alternate Take, I feature new reissues and collections available on Saturday for Record Store Day 2024.

Plus, hear new music from Los Angeles’ Catpack and Tara Jane O’Neil, Bruno Berle from Brazil, Italy’s Ennio Morricone, Jamaica’s Lee “Scratch” Perry, a rediscovered track from Detroit’s Model 500 and more.

See the playlist below and listen to the episode for two weeks after it airs using the media player above.

Alternate Take Playlist for April 18, 2024

  • “Silas” – Anthony Naples
  • “Curling” – Tara Jane O’Neil
  • “Revelation Dub” – The Upsetters*
  • “The Number One Song in Heaven” – Sparks*
  • “Velvet Goldmine” – David Bowie*
  • “Do Me Right” – Detroit Emeralds*
  • “New Hit (feat. batata boy)” – “Bruno Berle
  • “The Crowd” – Swim Surreal & Zero 7
  • “I Bet You” – Funkadelic*
  • “Man With the Harmonica” – Ennio Morricone*
  • “Wild God” – Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
  • “Christina The Astonishing” – Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
  • “Kelly Watch the Stars” – Air*
  • “Space Signal” – Infinite River
  • “Other Side of the Track” – Karriem Riggins
  • “Midnight” – Catpack
  • “I.D.L.E.” – Model 500
  • “Blackbox Life Recorder 21f” – Aphex Twin
  • “Live Wire” – Dennis Coffey*
  • “De Camino A La Vereda” – Buena Vista Social Club*
  • “Duofade (Extended)” – LEON VYNEHALL

*RSD release available on April 20, 2024

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  • Liz Warner
    Liz Warner — known to late-night Detroit audiences as Liz Copeland — is an award-winning multimedia journalist specializing in audio. She started in Detroit as a nightly live radio producer and host on WDET in 1995.