Text size
Text Print Share Email
Jun 19, 2009

With over 50 full songs, FLYP’s jukebox culls the most interesting pieces out of Nonesuch’s catalog for a full tour through the label’s sound.

By FLYP Staff


John Adams
Nixon in China
“Act 1, Scene 1: Beginnings”

Amadou & Mariam
Welcome to Mali

Laurie Anderson
Life on a String
“The Island Where I Come From”

The Baroque Trumpet
“The Deer Hunt”

Voltaic: Songs from the Volta Tour
“The Pleasure is All Mine”

The Black Keys
Attack & Release
“I Got Mine”

Jon Brion
Punch Drunk Love
“Here We Go”

Buena Vista Social Club
Buena Vista Social Club
“El Cuarto de Tula”

David Byrne
Grown Backwards

“Glass, Concrete & Stone”

Guy Clark
Boats to Build
“Boats to Build”

Shawn Colvin
These Four Walls
“These Four Walls”

Compay Segundo
Calle Salud
“Saludo a Chango”

Ry Cooder
Chavez Ravine
“Poor Man’s Shangri-La”

Christina Courtin
Christina Courtin

Toumani Diabate
The Mandé Variations
“Si Naani”

Bill Evans
Turn Out the Stars

Explorer Series: Africa/Zimbabwe
The Soul of Mbira: Traditions of the Shone People

Explorer Series: The Caribbean
Island Songs and Dance
“Ya lo Ve”

Explorer Series: East Asia/Japan
Shakuhachi: The Japanese Flute

Explorer Series: Indonesia/Bali
Music From the Morning of the World
“Gamelan Gong Kebyar”

Explorer Series: Latin America/Mexico
The Real Mexico in Music and Song

Ibrahim Ferrer
Mi Sueno
“Si Te Contara”

Bill Frisell
History Mystery
“Probability Cloud”

Jimmie Dale Gilmore
After Awhile
“After Awhile”

Philip Glass
“Crazy Life”

Ruben Gonzalez
“Tres Lindas Cubanas”

Henryk Gorecki
Symphony No. 3
“Symphony No. 3: I. Lento — Seostenuto Tranquillo Ma Cantabile”

Jonny Greenwood
There Will Be Blood
“Open Spaces”

Adam Guettel
The Light in the Piazza
“The Beauty Is”

Emmylou Harris
All I Intended to Be
“Shores of White Sand"

Kronos Quartet
“Wa Habibi (Beloved)”

The Low Anthem
Oh My God, Charlie Darwin
“Charlie Darwin”

The Magnetic Fields
“California Girls”

Audra McDonald
Build a Bridge
“I Wanna Get Married”

Stephin Merritt
Pieces of April
“One April Day”

Pat Metheny
Day Trip
“Let’s Move”

Joni Mitchell

Jelly Roll Morton
Piano Rolls
“Midnight Mama”

Yousou N’Dour
Rokku Mi Rokka

Randy Newman
Harps & Angels
“Harps & Angels”

Thomas Newman
Angels in America
“Angels in America (Main Title)”

Mandy Patinkin
Oscar & Steve
“If I Loved You”

Astor Piazzolla
Tango: Zero Hour
“Tanguedia III

Punch Brothers
“It’ll Happen”

Joshua Redman

Steve Reich
“Come Out”

Joshua Rifkin
Scott Joplin: Piano Rags
“Maple Leaf Rag”

Oumou Sangare
“Ah Ndiya (Oh My Love)”

Stephen Sondheim
Sweeney Todd
“A Little Priest”

Allen Toussaint
The Bright Mississippi
“Bright Mississippi”

Caetano Veloso
“O Estrangeiro”

Sara Watkins
Sara Watkins
“All This Time”

Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
“Jesus, Etc.”

Brian Wilson
“Heroes & Villains”

World Saxophone Quartet
Plays Duke Ellington
“In a Sentimental Mood”

John Zorn
Naked City
“Latin Quarter”

login or register to post a comment

Time, attention, and engagement to the creative details of your website has been spent with great rewards! Congratulations to all who contributed to this rendering of your company’s vision and purpose.

cheryl kennedy
Jun 28, 2009

Thank you and Bravo! C’est magnifique!

catherine heuze
Jun 27, 2009

I am so glad I found your site! Thanks for the treat to my ears and eyes!!!

Miriam Nelson
Jun 26, 2009

One of the most incredible web “ads” that I’ve seen. Thank you.

Mark S
Jun 25, 2009

Awesome! Thank you so much! I’ve got chills! This jukebox screen is priceless! Would be perfect with the addition of Donald Fagen’s Security Joan or any Steely Dan.

Mona Obremski
Jun 22, 2009

Get the latest look at the people, ideas and events that are shaping America. Sign up for the FREE FLYP newsletter.