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David Gilmour Plucks A Melody From The Air With 'Rattle That Lock'

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Guest DJ John Congleton

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Mozart is great for babies, but what about Miles Davis? [Note: This child does not belong to Robin Hilton.] Joe Klamar/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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All Songs +1: What's The First Song A Newborn Should Hear?

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Guest DJ: SOAK

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Learning To Fly: A Mixtape For The Airplane-Averse

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David Gilmour On World Cafe

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Inside The Wall: Pink Floyd's 'Final' Album Is Process On Display

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When Pink Floyd released Dark Side of the Moon in 1973, it was a breakthrough for the band's label, Harvest Records. MDV/Flickr Creative Commons hide caption

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Making The Label Matter: A Record Company's Return From Obscurity

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