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Music Royalties And The Rise And Fall Of Cocaine in America

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Music Royalties And The Rise And Fall Of Cocaine in America

Music Royalties And The Rise And Fall Of Cocaine in America

George Reid and Aluna Francis have become darlings of the European music festival circuit without releasing an album. Body Talk, their full-length debut as AlunaGeorge, is out Monday. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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George Reid and Aluna Francis have become darlings of the European music festival circuit without releasing an album. Body Talk, their full-length debut as AlunaGeorge, is out Monday.

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Music Royalties And The Rise And Fall Of Cocaine in America

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On this episode of the Weekends on All Things Considered podcast- when a generation of listeners get music off streaming services, how do musicians get paid? And, how the USA kicked its cocaine habit, the music of AlunaGeorge, and more.

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