Whiskey & Bananas Playlist Vol. 7

Featuring Fiona Apple, The Everly Brothers, Disappears, The Cook Trio, Metric & more

Hobo Rocket — Pond
Three members of Tame Impala doing their own thing — not to be missed live.

I Wonder If I Care As Much — The Everly Brothers
The famous Everly sibling harmony at its best — this re-recorded version is from their Roots album, penned by Don. RIP Phil Everly.

Hot Knife — Fiona Apple
Never thought we’d have a Fiona Apple song on one of our W&B playlists, but this one’s too hot to keep out!

Rock Creek Park — The Blackbyrds
Make way for some jazzy funk from ’75 — D.C. style.

Gone Completely — Disappears
Garage, punk and psych — chugging along, then blowing our minds.

Momentum — The Cook Trio
Coming at you from Central Florida, and picking up where Django left off.

Go Down Moses — Louis Armstrong
This spiritual telling the events of Exodus 7:26 shows how Mr. Armstrong continued to reinvent himself even in the late 50’s.

Lariat — Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks
Ever heard anyone rhyme “Tennyson” with “venison”?

Help I’m Alive — Metric
Canadian rock from Canadian rockers who aren’t named Arcade Fire.

What Kind Of A Fool Do You Think I Am — Tams
From ’64’s — “Ladies and Gentlemen…The Tams” — the tail end of the Doo Wop era meets the advent of soul.

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