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Simone White, from her video for the song "Flowers In May," from her 2012 album Silver Silver.
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June 23, 2012 The Los Angeles-based singer finds deeper meanings in life's more mundane moments while recalling a lost friend.
Clockwise from upper left: Kishi Bashi, Simone White, Bobby Womack, Aleksa Palladino of Exitmusic, Sinead O'Connor.
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June 12, 2012 This week on All Songs Considered, Bob and Robin are joined by NPR Music's Stephen Thompson and Ann Powers to discuss their favorite surprises, artists, albums and songs from the first half of 2012.
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March 11, 2012 On "In The Water Where The City Ends," from her latest record, Silver Silver, Simone White's voice is at its most haunting as she recalls, in disjointed poetry, the tsunami that devastated Japan's Tohoku region last year.
September 24, 2007 White's grandma was a showgirl, her aunt was a songwriter in the '50s, her mother was a belly dancer, and her dad was an artist, so she's inherited pretty good genes. White combines blues and folk music, creating a calm atmosphere with honest, heartfelt lyrics.
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