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Jakob Dylan and his Wallflowers sat down with David Dye on World Cafe.
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December 3, 2012 Listen to an interview with David Dye and excerpts from the band's recent concert at World Cafe Live.
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July 22, 2005 Jakob Dylan discusses the new Wallflowers CD, Rebel, Sweetheart, and tells Melissa Block about the ways his songwriting has changed over the course of five albums.
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April 6, 2005 Bob Boilen speaks with All Things Considered music reviewers Tom Moon, Meredith Ochs and Will Hermes with special guest Joe Levy, managing deputy editor at Rolling Stone magazine about the most anticipated releases for Spring 2005. Hear sneak previews from the Wallflowers, Robert Plant, Sleater-Kinney and more.
November 25, 2002 Glenn Gould's Goldberg Variations; A reissued masterpiece from John Coltrane; New Orleans meets Brazil in the work of Tom McDermott; A Bossa Nova tribute by Ryuichi Sakamoto; Afghani fusion from Kabul Workshop; and the Wallflowers' Red Letter Days.
October 17, 2000 Elysa Gardner reviews the new CD by The Wallflowers, Breach. The Wallflowers' front man in Jakob Dylan - son of Bob Dylan - and Gardner says that Jakob is a strong musical presence in his own right. (4:00) Breach, by The Wallflowers is on Interscope Records.
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