Black Days, Blue Hearts
Thursday, September 24
Released in 2000 All That You Can’t Leave Behind was the first album from U2 in three years and marked a return to a more traditional sound from the band following the disappointing 1997 release Pop. The record is being readied for a new anniversary edition this fall. We’ll hear selections from the original album as well as selections from Bill Withers and the new single from Gorillaz, featuring Robert Smith of The Cure.
Friday, September 25
Blue Hearts is the new release from veteran musician Bob Mould. A bulletin of sorts on contemporary events, the record once more finds the guitarist and vocalist backed by the rhythm section of Jon Wurster and Jason Narducci. Listen for music from that record as well as selections from More From The Levee, the new release from singer-songwriter Chris Smither.
Saturday, September 26
Earlier in 2020, Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio was feeling good about live performances from his solo band. He had intended to ready a new studio for later in the year. Then, with the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic, Anastasio was forced to put those plans on hold. Instead, he’s just released Burn, a new live set from the Trey Anastasio Band. We’ll hear music from that as well as selections from Lonely Trip, a solo release from Anastasio, which he recorded entirely in quarantine.
Monday, September 28
Be True To Yourself is the new solo release from Badfinger’s Joey Molland. The record features guest appearances from The Monkees’ Mickey Dolenz, Julian Lennon and former Wings drummer Steve Holley and recalls Molland’s best work with Badfinger while sounding thoroughly contemporary. We’ll hear music from that release as well as selections from Lennon’s 1998 album, Photograph Smile.
Tuesday, September 29
Moon Piano is the second release from acclaimed musician and Afro Transcendentalist LARAAJI. Wholly improvised, the record finds the musician returning to his musical roots, playing piano inside a church. We’ll hear music from that release as well as selections from Brian Cullman’s Winter Clothes.
Wednesday, September 30
We’ll preview our October features, Prince and The Replacements, with selections from across their discographies.