Playlist: iPod shuffle, 2/22/10

February 22, 2010

“Water from a Vine Leaf,” Beth Orton
“Poor You,” Kate Baldwin
“They Also Mourn Who Do Not Wear Black,” Sufjan Stevens
“Turbulent Indigo,” Joni Mitchell
“Orphan Girl,” Heather Masse
“Cinderella,” Aqualung
“Where Is Love?” Euan Morton
“Defeated by Love,” Sussan Deyhim
“Blue Bird,” Hope Sandoval and the Warm Inventions
“Last Day of Our Love,” the Bird and the Bee
“The Fear,” Lily Allen
“He Hesitated,” Natcha Atlas
“Calling,” Axiom of Choice

“Hero and Leander,” Adam Guettel”
“Ruckert Lieder: Ich Bin Der Welt Abhanden Gekommen,” Lorraine Hunt Lieberson
“Share Your Love with Me,” Aretha Franklin
“El Caporal,” My Morning Jacket
“Rouge,” Laurie Anderson
“Birthday Horoscope for B.R.,” Rebecca Luker
“Le Teetab Alayi,” Natacha Atlas
“Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone,” Ella Fitzgerald
“My Funny Valentine,” Curtis Stigers
“Second Self-Portrait Series,” Rachel’s
“Prologue,” the Fifth Dimension
“The Bad and the Beautiful,” Bill Evans
“Valley of the Low Sun,” Jakob Dylan
“Rotiano Secondo,” Giovanna
“You Don’t Know Me,” Ben Folds Presents
“1br/1ba,” Vienna Teng
“Neighborhood #2 (Laika),” Arcade Fire

2 Responses to “Playlist: iPod shuffle, 2/22/10”

  1. David Young Says:

    Where did you get “Where Is Love?” by Euan Morton? It’s not on his CD “New Clear,” and I can’t find it on iTunes. And I don’t see it on the “Taboo” original cast recording.

  2. dshewey Says:

    Hey David,
    “Where Is Love?” is on “The Broadway Musicals of 1963,” from that series of concerts at Town Hall, maybe called “Broadway Through the Years,” hosted by Scott and Barbara Segal.
    Euan sings a few songs on the album, including “Reviewing the Situation” from “Oliver!”
    You can find it online here:

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