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Night Life

November 28, 2021

“Night Life,” written by Willie Nelson, recorded by Marvin Gaye, 1966.

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A Soulful Hanukkah In Brooklyn

November 28, 2021

Brooklyn’s Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings cook the sizzling latkes out of Hanukkah, all 8 days of it, in this video by musician and illustrator Rich Terrana. The tune is on the Holiday Soul Party album. The band recorded a live version of “8 Days” at the NPR studio in DC .
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Seven Lonely Days

November 28, 2021

“Seven Lonely Days,” written by Alden ShumanMarshall Brown, and Earl Shuman, recorded by Martí Brom, 2012.

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For What It’s Worth

November 28, 2021

“For What It’s Worth,” written by Stephen Stills, recorded by Los Lobos, 2021.

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I’ve Got My Ticket

November 28, 2021

“I’ve Got My Ticket,” recorded by the Brooklyn Allstars, 1964.

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These Arms Of Mine

November 27, 2021

“These Arms Of Mine,” written (and originally recorded) by Otis Redding, recorded by Joan Osborne, 2002.

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Someday I’ll Smile Again

November 27, 2021

“Someday I’ll Smile Again,” wriiten by Josh Caterer, and recorded by him with Smoking Popes, 2018.

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Baby It’s You

November 27, 2021

“Baby It’s You,” written by Burt Bacharach, Luther Dixon, and Mack David, recorded by Smith, 1969. Gayle McCormick (vocal), Larry Moss (organ), Rich Cliburn (lead guitar), Alan Parker (guitar), Jerry Carter (bass), Robert Evans (drums), John Horrigan (drums).

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Slip Slidin’ Away

November 27, 2021

“Slip Slidin’ Away,” written by Paul Simon, recorded by The Persuasions, 1986.

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Pure Imagination

November 21, 2021

“Pure Imagination,” written by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley, performed by Diana Panton, 2015. Diana Panton (vocal), Don Thompson (bass, piano, vibes), Reg Schwager (guitar), Coenraad Bloemendal (cello).

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