Guest Desert Island Jukebox
Jim and Greg usually monopolize the desert island jukebox playing tracks they can‘t live without. But this week, they’re handing out quarters to some of the talented guests that have appeared on the show, so they can share the songs they'd take with them if stranded out at sea.
- Moby, Cat Stevens, "Peace Train" and The Beatles, "Let It Be"
- Mary J. Blige, Stevie Wonder, Songs in the Key of Life
- Sleater-Kinney, Sam Cooke, Greatest Hits: Sam Cooke, Television, Marquee Moon, Tears for Fears, Songs From The Big Chair
- Shamir, Wolf Alice, "Lisbon"
- Rush, Buffalo Springfield, "For What It's Worth" and The Who, Who's Next
- Herb Alpert, Miles Davis, Kind of Blue
- Bob Mould, The Beatles, Revolver (in mono)
- L.A. Reid, Steely Dan, "Haitian Divorce"
One and Done
This week, Jim and Greg wanted to acknowledge some artists who made one great debut record, only to never record another studio album. They pick some of their favorite "one and done artists," from well-known artists like Lauryn Hill, to buried treasures like The Monks.Go to episode 589
Every so often, Jim and Greg like to share their buried treasures: recent releases that flew under the mainstream's radar. This time around, their bounty included:Go to episode 587
Songs About First Impressions
Whether or not you believe in love at first sight, there's something exciting about laying eyes on someone special for the first time. Jim and Greg share their favorite songs about first impressions.Go to episode 585
There are a lot of ways to say“I'm sorry,”but what better method than through song. Jim, Greg and a few listeners share their favorite apology tracks.Go to episode 581