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May 5, 2007 Wildly imaginative, exuberant and always unpredictable, Bjork has built an iconic career by consistently breaking new creative ground. Her latest CD, Volta, is a high-energy, tribal romp across cultures. Hear Bjork live on NPR.org, in a full concert from New York's United Palace.
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June 18, 2006 The debut album of Congolese band Konoko No. 1 caught the attention of U.S. audiences. Their rhythms were played on instruments cobbled together from discarded car parts. Now the band joins with other Congolese artists on a new album called Congotronics 2.
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December 16, 2005 NPR reviewer Tom Moon shares his picks for the year's best CDs, from the lo-fi, indie folk of Iron and Wine to a newly discovered live recording by Thelonious Monk and John Coltrane.
June 1, 2005 New music from The White Stripes; Sultry singer Leslie Feist; Brazilian musician Celso Fonseca; A sneak preview of new Sufjan Stevens; Live in concert with The Magnetic Fields; Thumb piano amped up by Konono No.1; Zimbabwean singer Oliver Mtukudzi; British digi-pop from Electrelane; South London punk rockers Bloc Party; A new EP from Secret Machines.
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