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The Amazing on World Cafe | February 6,2013

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The four main members of the Swedish band The Amazing play in many other successful music acts (Dungen, et al), some of which are shared projects. The overlap makes for obvious chemistry within this experimental, genre-bending folk-rock supergroup.
On its most recent album, 2011's Gentle Stream, The Amazing jumps around quite a bit, delving into psychedelic folk, pop and acoustic rock. Here, the group plays songs from its latest album and sits down with David Dye to discuss its grandiose name and musical influences. (Link)
 

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HOUR 1
Lucinda Williams "2 Kool 2 B Forgotten" Car Wheels on a Gravel Road
Peter Bjorn and John "Young Folks" Writer’s Block
Lykke Li "Dance Dance Dance" Little Bit EP
The Tallest Man on Earth "King of Spain" The Wild Hunt
Junip "Line of Fire" Line of Fire
((The Amazing "Flashlight" Gentle Stream))
The Amazing "Gone" Recorded Live for the World Cafe
The Amazing "Flashlight" Recorded Live for the World Cafe
The Amazing "Gentle Stream" Recorded Live for the World Cafe
((The Amazing "The Fog" Gentle Stream))
Beck "Mixed Bizness" Midnight Vultures
Prince "Screwdriver" Screwdriver
The Heptones "Book of Rules" Night Food
 
HOUR 2
Eric Clapton "Motherless Children" 461 Ocean Blvd.
Shovels and Rope "Birmingham" O’ Be Joyful
Steve Earle "Transcendental Blues" Transcendental Blues
The Alabama Shakes "Hang Loose" Boys & Girls
The xx "Sunset" Coexist
Beth Orton "Concrete Sky" Daybreaker
((Titus Andronicus "Ecco Homo" Recorded Live for the World Cafe))
Parquet Courts "Borrowed Time" Light Up gold
David Lindley "Mercury Blues" El Rayo-X
Anders Osborne "When Will I See You Again?" Black Eye Galaxy
((Deer Tick "Houston, TX" Born on Flag Day))
Richard Thompson "Good Things Happen To Bad People" Electric
Crowded House "Sister Madly" Temple of Low Men
Fleetwood Mac "Albatross" English Rose
Jeff Buckley "Love You Should’ve Come Over" Grace
((AC Newman "There are Maybe Ten or Twelve" Get Guilty))