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Jamie Lidell on World Cafe | May 31, 2013

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British producer and singer Jamie Lidell is one of electronic music's funkiest solo practitioners. When Lidell visited World Cafe in 2006 to support his successful album Multiply, he told host David Dye that he had been called the "one-man human funk tornado" — a moniker he earns yet again in this session.

In this installment of World Cafe, Lidell plays songs from his new self-titled album and discusses the process of making the record at his new home studio in Nashville.(Link)

Photo Credit: Lindsey Rome/Courtesy of the artist


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Hour 1

XTC “Senses Working Overtime” English Settlement
Jose James “Trouble” No Beginning No End
The Dramatics “In The Rain” Soul Hits of the 70’s
((Jamie Lidell "A Little Bit More" Recorded Live for the World Cafe))
Jamie Lidell “Don’t You Love Me” Recorded Live for the World Cafe
Jamie Lidell “A Little Bit More” Recorded Live for the World Cafe
Jamie Lidell “Big Love” Recorded Live for the World Cafe    
((Nightmares On Wax "Les Nuits" Carboot Soul))
Carolina Chocolate Drops “Hit ‘Em Up Style” Genuine Negro Jig
Chet Faker “No Diggity” Thinking In Textures 
Mavis Staples “Can You Get To That?” One True Vine
Brian Auger & The Trinity “Bumpin’ On Sunset” Definitely What    

Hour 2

Josh Ritter “The Curse” So Runs The World Away
Bombino “Amidinine” Nomad
The Rolling Stones “Hey Negrita” Black And Blue
Fitz & The Tantrums “Out Of My League” More Than Just A Dream
Jim James “A New Life (Tuneyards Remix)” Single
((Atoms for Peace "Default" Amok))
New Order “Love Vigilantes” Low-Life
Bob Dylan “Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine)” Blonde On Blonde
Jason Isbell “Stockholm” Southeastern 
Los Lobos “Kiko And The Lavender Moon” Kiko
((Bajofondo "Pulmon" Mar Dulce))
Frank Turner “Recovery” Tape Deck Heart
Billy Bragg “She’s Got A New Spell” Worker’s Playtime
The Wallflowers “Reboot The Mission” Glad All Over
Citizen Cope “Son’s Gonna Rise” The Clarence Greenwood Recordings
Bobby Long “Devil Moon” Wishbone
((Dinosaur Jr. "Drawerings" Where You Been))