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August 30, 2011 All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen considers the soundtrack to his newly found freedom as an empty nester.
February 3, 2011 In this recurring series, our unimaginably young interns review classic albums they've never heard. For All Songs Considered intern Beca Grimm, the cream of Cream's crop brews up strange and wonderful.
October 19, 2005 An extraordinary new recording from Fiona Apple; Classic R&B singer Bettye LaVette; Reggae classics from Sinéad O'Connor; The quirky Clap Your Hands Say Yeah; A powerful and political CD from Elbow; Meditative, lo-fi rock from Portastatic; Modest Mouse cover tunes by Sun Kil Moon; Spare piano works from Mitchell Froom; Remembering the early work of Genesis; A new live recording from Cream.
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November 16, 2004 The pre-teen sister duo Smoosh; Self-professed has been William Shatner; Dream pop veterans Luna; A reissued classic from Cream; Bluegrass revivalist Alison Krauss; Great unknown mandolinist Sam Bartlett; Ambient rock pioneer, producer Brian Eno; and Socially conscious anthem rock from U2. Featured Artist: Bright Eyes.
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