Brian Lehrer Show Staff Playlist

Monday, August 10, 2009 - 01:19 PM

During the show last Thursday, Brian reached out to you for book and music recommendations. In between callers, he played music recommended the show staff and other WNYC employees. This is the list of all of the songs played on the air.

Listen to the segment:

1. Break It - Reigning Sound (recommended by board operator Debbie Fountain)

2. Un Dia - Juana Molina (recommended by the staff of Radio Lab)

3. Okwukwe Na Nchekwube - Celestine Ukwu & His Philosophers National (recommend by BL Show producer Jody Avirgan)

4. Walkin' on the Moon - The Dream feat. Kanye West (recommended by webmaster Amy Pearl)

5. Truth - Chiddy Bang feat. Passion Pit (recommended by BL Show intern Jordan Schneider)

6. Pancho and Lefty - Steve Earle (recommended by BL Show producer Lisa Allison)

7. Paneloux - Sing with Voices (the nom-de-stage of Bryan Young, who works in the web department of WNYC)

8. Need to Know - The Shivers (recommended by Jody Avirgan)

9. Red Dress - TV on the Radio (recommend by BL Show producer Paige Cowett)

10. No Intentions - Dirty Projectors (recommended by Jody Avirgan)

11. Houston, TX - Deer Tick (recommended by Jody Avirgan)

12. Weekend Wars - MGMT (recommended by former BL Show executive producer Nuala McGovern)

13. And, of course, current executive producer Megan Ryan's brother is in the Roadside Graves! Here they are discussing their songwriting process:

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