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Guy Davis performs in northern Italy at the Piacenza Blues Festival in 2010.
April 19, 2012 Davis discovered the blues in college, and now travels the world performing in places untouched by the blues, from Greenland to the Galapagos Islands. Known as "The Ambassador of the Blues," Davis talks about his new album, The Adventures of Fishy Waters: In Bed With the Blues.
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December 24, 2007 Kids' music comes in virtually every style and stripe, and varies wildly in quality. The best kids' albums of 2007 have appeal for kids and adults alike, and are suitable for listening, even while the whole family is in the car together. Highlights include Recess Monkey and many more.
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June 13, 2006 To Guy Davis, the stories behind Southern blues are as important as the familiar music that defines the genre. His new CD, Skunkmello is full of legendary tales, old and new.
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December 31, 2004 NPR writers and critics pick the best albums of 2004. Included is music by Modest Mouse, Tinariwen, The Hilliard Ensemble, Brian Wilson, Guy Davis and Wilco.
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December 28, 2004 2004 was a year when a handful of artists with their best days long behind them surprised us with their strongest music; Loretta Lynn and Brian Wilson come to mind. It was also a year when a lot of new musicians recorded some of the most personal and fragile songs you'll hear — Iron and Wine, Bright Eyes, Joanna Newsom and Sufjan Stevens to name a few.
December 27, 2004 Below are the 20 most mentioned songs from both listeners and reviewers with randomly selected comments from some of those who picked them.
October 5, 2004 Guitarist, actor and author Guy Davis; A radio tale from bluesman Dave Alvin; Seattle singer/songwriter Laura Veirs; Bach cantatas from Lorraine Lieberson; A typewriter tune by Leroy Anderson; Re-imagining the piano with Stephen Scott; A cinematic treat for ears: Kevin Tihista. Featured Artist: The Clash.
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