Live, Liberty, The Pursuit of Happiness

Jan 14, 2021

Lilly Hiatt's 'Walking Proof'
Credit Album Cover Art/Courtesy New West Record

Friday, January 15

Listen for selections from Walking Proof, the 2020 album from Lilly Hiatt as well as music from The Ascension from Sufjan Stevens.

Chuck Johnson's 'Balsams'
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Saturday, January 16

Listen for music from Balsams, the critically-acclaimed release from pedal steel guitarist Chuck Johnson as well as selections from Promise, the 2020 LP from “ambient country” outfit SUSS.

Monday, January 18

Listen for music from The Most Fire, the latest from Gooding as well as selections from Live Drugs by The War on Drugs.

Tuesday, January 19

Cover Me: We’ll hear two hours of cover songs from The War on Drugs, Andrew Bird, Pearl Jam, Chris Cornell and others.

David Bowie's 'LiveandWell.com'
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Wednesday, January 20

First made available in 1999 solely for those who subscribed to the BowieNet website, Live and Well.com features songs from David Bowie’s 1997 Earthling tour. The record has now been made available for wide release, along with a series of other live Bowie recordings. We’ll hear music from LiveandWell.com as well as selections from the expanded version of UFO’s 1979 live album, Strangers in the Night, which was recorded over five nights in late 1978.

'808 Hymns' from The Brazilian Gentleman
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Thursday, January 21

Listen for music from 808 Hymns, the late 2020 release from The Brazilian Gentleman, plus selections from The Cure’s Pornography.

Friday, January 22

We’ll hear music from Black Happy, the 2012 release from Conny Ochs, as well as music from Jerry Leger’s Time Out For Tomorrow.

'American Foursquare' from Denison Witmer
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Saturday, January 23

We’ll hear music from American Foursquare, the 2020 album from Denison Witmer as well as selections from David Ramirez’s My Love Is A Hurricane.

Monday, January 25

Listen for music from J.T., the latest from Steve Earle, as well as music from Brothers, the 2010 effort from The Black Keys.