Eric D. Johnson of Fruit Bats (left) and Vetiver (right) teamed up for a joint session of World Cafe. Annie Beedy/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Fruit Bats And Vetiver On World Cafe

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Vetiver in Studio on World Cafe 5/12/09

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Vetiver: Addictive and Sweetly Soothing

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