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Dec 25, 2023

An art project that had a shocking degree of influence on literally all of modern music, and a cover that tries really hard to … well, it tries really hard. Tom’s Diner, originally by Suzanne Vega, covered by AnnenMayKantereit with Giant Rooks. 

Outro music is Keep On Moving by Soul II Soul.

Dec 18, 2023

This week, we focus on New Wave greatness, Patriotism, and questionable sandwich spreads. Down Under, originally by Men At Work, covered by Nick Cunningham, and by Leftover Crack. 

Outro music is Kookaburra, by Octopretzel. 

Dec 11, 2023

You don’t want to miss this. We find deep context, make profound connections, and enjoy some impossibly good — and important — tunes. Wake Me Up Before You Go Go, originally by Wham!, covered by Shawn Mullins. 

Outro music is Cecilia, by Simon and Garfunkel. 

Dec 4, 2023

A brilliant but deeply troubled band, a band whose fame almost matches their egos, and an under appreciated band that knew exactly how to get the most out of their music. Wild Horses, originally by The Flying Burrito Brothers, covered by The Rolling Stones (yes, really, we explain it), and by The Sundays. 

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Nov 27, 2023

A classic song by a band that filled their musical space better than anyone, and a surprising duet that’s a complete departure, that’s still utterly faithful to the original. Have You Ever Seen The Rain, originally by Creedence Clearwater Revival, covered by Willie Nelson featuring Paula Nelson. 

Outro music is It...