Brainwaves – November 29, 2016 – Say “hello” and back to the Hunger Games

Brainwaves iconBrainwaves revisits the Jerusalem Youth Chorus for a second spin of their cover of “What’s so Funny ‘Bout Peace Love and Understanding” (with Israeli pop star David Broza). Also on the show: a “hello” set with Wire Train, Todd Rundgren, the Doors and the Hello Sequence; a couple of Beatles covers from John Kilzner and the Suburbs; and Steve Hackett (of Genesis) covers himself.

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Band Song
David Broza and the Jerusalem Youth Chorus What’s So Funny ‘Bout Peace Love and Understanding (cover: Nick Lowe/Elvis Costello)
Nick Lowe Cruel to be Kind
Elvis Costello The Loved Ones
Phillip Phillips Home
Jason Falkner My Home is Not a House
Wim Mertens and Soft Verdict At Home
Kate Bush Wuthering Heights
Matisyahu Sunshine
HaDag Nahash The Sticker Song (lyrics translated to English)
The Decemberists One Engine (soundtrack: The Hunger Games)
Of Monsters and Men Silhouettes (soundtrack: The Hunger Games)
Patti Smith Capital Letter (soundtrack: The Hunger Games)
The Smithereens A Girl Like You
The Hello Sequence Can’t Say No
Wire Train Chamber of Hellos
Kelly Clarkson Hello
The Doors Hello I Love You
Todd Rundgren Hello It’s Me
Rosie Golan Think of Me
Roz Bell Yesterday Man (I’m So Lonely)
Said the Whale Taking Abalonia
Sebadoh I Will
Bill Nelson artempireindustry
Blancmange Living on the Ceiling
Steve Hackett (feat: Francis Dunnery) Dancing with the Moonlit King
Pink Floyd A Pillow of Weeds
Modern English Life in the Gladhouse
John Kilzner Across the Universe (cover: The Beatles)
The Suburbs Taxman (cover: The Beatles)
The dB’s Big Brown Eyes
MGMT Weekend Wars
Deaf School What a Way to End it All

Author: Brian Blum

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