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Discussion: The Year in Music, 2013

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Discussion: The Year in Music, 2013

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Bryan Ferry Slinks Home

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The Kaiser Chiefs, Amiina, Tord Gustavsen Trio

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Bryan Ferry Shares New Songs And Stories From His Upcoming Record

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All Songs Considered: The Year In Music, 2013

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Discussion: The Year In Music (So Far), 2013

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Leonardo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan star in Baz Lurhmann's adaptation of The Great Gatsby — but the new film's music is so bold it may as well be a character, too. Courtesy of Warner Bros. Picture hide caption

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'It Led Us On A Journey': The Musical World Of 'The Great Gatsby'

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The Bryan Ferry Orchestra On World Cafe

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Bryan Ferry: A Forward-Looking Musician Turns To The Past

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Clockwise from upper left: Bryan Ferry, Night Beds, Thom Yorke of Atoms For Peace, Ex-Cops, Unknown Mortal Orchestra Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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A Secret Atoms For Peace Track, Roxy Music As '20s Jazz, More

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Dylan's Legacy Keeps Growing, Cover By Cover

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Bryan Ferry's 'Olympia' Lets Cracks Shine Through

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Bryan Ferry's 'Olympia': The Work Of A Perfectionist

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Bryan Ferry, Channeling Bob Dylan

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