'WTNC': Last Call


by Oliver Wang

"WTNC": Last Call

Mike and the Censations: You're Living a Lie [1]
Tammi Montgomery (Terrill): A Sinner's Devotion. Available on Come On and See Me. [2]
Darondo: Didn't I. Available on Let My People Go.

End of the run, end of the night, whatever: only proper way to close things out is by dropping some slow jams.



Notes:

[1] After recording with the Censations, Mike James Kirkland went to record with Bryan and put out "Hang On In There," one of the best post-"What's Going On" tracks out there. And for god's sake, please don't listen to the recent cover by J___ L_____ and the R____.

[2] My NPR review of Come On and See Me.

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