FATHER’S DAY – Ricardo Beverly Hills


5 JUNE 2017

“For all the things my hands have held, the best by far is you.”
—Andrew McMahon, “Cecilia and the Satellite”

Fathers tend to want the best for us. Ready to help us navigate the world, they’re often there with a hand to hold or a shoulder to cry on or a bit of advice—even when we may not want to hear it. The relationship between father and child can indeed be complicated, constantly changing, and full of expectation. But if we’re lucky, the road we walk together will be full of joy and hope and love. With that in mind, our Father’s Day playlist brings together tracks by classic and contemporary artist who look at this special relationship from both sides. Musical taste is a well-known, generally lighthearted, bone of contention between dads and their offspring, so let this soundtrack be a bonding experience between the two of you—whether you’re miles apart, or heading out to explore the world together.


Paul Simon Father and Daughter
John Lennon Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy)
John Mayer Daughters
Jack Johnson Better Together
Bruno Mars Count On Me
Shep, The Limelites Daddy’s Home
The Temptations My Girl
The Beatles Here Comes The Sun – Remastered
Rascal Flatts My Wish – Remastered Version
Ray LaMontagne You Are the Best Thing
Amos Lee Sweet Pea
Louis Armstrong, Sy Oliver’s Orchestra When You’re Smiling (The Whole World Smiles With You) – With Intro
Van Morrison Brown Eyed Girl
Jack Johnson Upside Down
Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness Cecilia And The Satellite
Stevie Wonder You Are The Sunshine Of My Life
John Legend Right By You (for Luna)
Yusuf / Cat Stevens Father And Son