Ann Delisi’s Essential Music Playlist for Saturday, October 17, 2015

Song Artist Album
Shake Your Hips Joan Osborne Bring It On Home
Wish I Had Answered Mavis Staples Your Good Fortune
I'll Take You There The Staple Singers Be Altitude: Respect Yourself
Lay Down Son Little Son Little
Ponca De Lanca African Jorge Ben Brazil Classics
Sittin' Here St Germain St Germain
Gooey Glass Animals Zaba
Never Say Never Basement Jaxx Junto
Bad Blood Ryan Adams 1989
Believe Mumford & Sons Wilder Mind
In My Dreams Eels Hombre Lobo
The Boy in the Bubble Paul Simon Graceland
You Should Be Doubly Gratified Mike Doughty Sad Man Happy Man
Song Artist Album
Love is the Answer Aloe Blacc Lift Your Spirit
Family Affair Sly & The Family Stone & Studio Rio Studio Rio Presents: The Brazilian Connection
I'm So Free Lou Reed Transformer
Rock & Roll is Cold Matthew E. White Rock & Roll is Cold
Finally Find What You're Looking For Flint Eastwood Small Victories
Cello Song The Books Featuring Jose Gonzalez Dark Was The Night
Mystery Boxed In Boxed In
superhero mackinac N/A
Riptide Vance Joy Dream Your Life Away
Dead Fox Courtney Barnett Sometimes I Sit and Think and Sometimes I Just Sit
Good News Amy Helm Didn't It Rain
Trouble Blues Sam Cooke The Man Who Invented Soul
Right Place, Wrong Time Dr. John In the Right Place
Big Wheel Saun & Starr Look Closer
Song Artist Album
Looking Too Closely Fink Hard Believer
Islands The Xx Xx
This Fire of Autumn Tindersticks The Something Rain
Budapest George Ezra Wanted on Voyage
London Benjamin Clementine At Least for Now
Running Tha Boogie Love Tha Boogie
Helpline Operator The The Dusk
Matisse the Cat Jesse Cook Frontiers
Hard Times Laura Rain & The Caesars Gold
Lately Macy Gray The Sellout
Heart Attack Raphael Saadiq Stone Rollin'
About the Author

Ann Delisi

Host, Ann Delisi Essential Music

Ann will guide you through the “essential music,” both new and familiar, that’s shaping our culture and feature music made in Detroit every hour.   Follow @anndelisimusic

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