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The Member Playlist – 3rd Edition


Curated by members of the GRAMMY Museum, the third edition of the Member Playlist is now available on Spotify. Thank you to everyone who helped put this week’s list together!

To learn more about Membership at the GRAMMY Museum, including levels and benefit, please visit our Membership page.

We’re updating the playlist bi-monthly, so please continue to check back! This week’s songs were chosen by the following Members:

  1. “Bridge of Sighs”, Robin Trower – Submitted by: Karen St. Claire

“Deep and soulful, this heavy bluesy song gives me chills in hair raising ecstasy, causing goosebumps to creep up my spine.”

  1. “Can I Get a Witness”, Marvin Gaye – Submitted by: Craig Harzmann

“I didn’t realize how much I appreciate Marvin Gaye’s music until I taught a unit on Motown to the middle-school students in my music elective in November.”

  1. “City Shoes”, Victora Canal – Submitted by: Bess Petlak

“She opened for Tall Heights at the Moroccan and Leslie Odom Jr at the El Rey.  A very pleasant surprise & a star in the making.”

  1. “Don’t Give Up” , Peter Gabriel – Submitted by: Shedrick Washington
  2. “Lovely Day”, Bill Withers – Submitted by: Maritza Rubio

“I was very saddened by his loss. I had just seen him at the GRAMMY Museum in February. My now deceased husband often sang this song and when I hear it I feel like he is with me. Our daughter didn’t have a dad on her wedding day but she did hear “Lovely Day” 3 different times that day without it being planned.”

  1. “Ode to Viceroy”, Mac DeMarco – Submitted by: Kenty Rivera
  2. “One More Year”, Tame Impala – Submitted by: Joanne Peressini

“A time tunnel we’re in right now, a glimpse into the future once the virus is gone.”

  1. “One”, U2 – Submitted by: Susan Holt
  2. “Why Don’t You Quit Leaving Me Alone”, Benmont Tench – Submitted by: Susan Pittaway

“In particular these lyrics seem fitting but it also encourages people to connect with each other somehow.”

  1. “When I Get to Heaven”, John Prine – Submitted by: Edward Petlak

“This song is the final track on his final album.  Always leave them with a smile.”