"Are You Gonna Waste My Time", Zeus
For fans of Zeppelin B-Sides.
"Hot Knife", Fiona Apple
"Again and Again and Again (and Again)", The Bird and The Bee
"The Times They Are A-Changing", Joshua Redman (guess who on piano)
"River Man", Nick Drake
Might be worthwhile to check out also the cover of this by, well, you know.
"A Lady Does Not Often Falter", Cahalen Morrison and Eli West
These 2 hippie kids aren't just the future of bluegrass music; they're the future of authentic music.
"Is Your Love Big Enough (for What's to Come)", Lianne LaHavas
The best version of this song for me is still the live performance on Letterman, conveniently located on YouTube for those connected to the intranet.
"Anthropology", Mehldau/Rossy Trio
For me, the best tune Charlie Parker ever wrote. This is a great study in solving the rhythm changes problem, by a young Mehldau. On iTunes, look for it under the record title, When I Fall In Love
"Queen of California", John Mayer
Sorry, guys. But I love his voice. Always have. Guess I'm all gay again.