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Preservation Hall Jazz Band's new album, That's It!, comes out July 9. Shannon Brinkman/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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All Songs Considered

Fall Music Preview

Preview some of fall's most anticipated new albums from Flying Lotus, Cody ChesnuTT and more.

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World Cafe

Del McCoury And The Preservation Hall Jazz Band On World Cafe

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The New Orleans classicists are touring with bluegrass legend Del McCoury on the heels of their recent collaboration, American Legacies.

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The 1920s-era standard "Some Cold Rainy Day" is remade with the help of folk-rock singer Cory Chisel. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Louis Armstrong's vocals from the Preservation Hall Jazz Band's new version of "Rockin' Chair" were taken from a 1962 live recording with trombonist Jack Teagarden. Express/Hulton Archive hide caption

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