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Thursday, December 5, 2013

Music From The Show

Yo La Tengo, “Return to Hot Chicken”
Flying Lotus, “Clock Catcher”
Tortoise, “Unknown”
Loose Fur, “Apostolic”
Mustang Sally, “Wilson Pickett”
Pinback, “Fortress”
Fourtet, “And Then Patterns”
LCD Soundsystem, “Dance Yrself Clean”
Broken Social Scene, “Feel Good Lost”

Phoenix, “North”
Postal Service, “Such Great Heights”
Tristeza, “Building Peaks”
Aesop Rock, “Forest Crunk”
Mike Mills, “Air”
Clickers, “…And Put Away Wet”
Women, “Sag Harbor Bridge”
Konk, “Baby Dee”

Songs in the segment DJ Sessions: Eclectic Jazz From New Hampshire:

  • Daniel Bennett, “Bears in a Covered Wagon”
  • Ian Ethan Case, “Deep Cover”
  • Ian Ethan Case, “The Infinite Race”
  • Eugene Friesen, “Shadow Play”
  • Eugene Friesen, “Church Rhythms” featuring Julie Lavender and Tim Ray

Songs in the segment A Cappella Fans Cheer Return Of ‘The Sing-Off’:

  • Black Eyed Peas, “Let’s Get it Started” performed by contestants on The Sing-Off
  • Ben Folds, “Magic” performed by the University of Chicago’s Voices in Your Head
  • Sam Cook, “A Change is Gonna Come” performed by Howard University’s Afro Beat
  • Neil Diamond, “Sweet Caroline” performed by Tufts University Beelzebubs
  • Imagine Dragons, “Radioactive” performed by Pentatonix with Lindsey Stirling
  • Delta Rae, “Bottom of the River” performed by Vocal Rush
  • Trevor Horne, Geoff Downes and Bruce Wooley, “Video Killed the Radio Star” performed by Pentatonix

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