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February 22, 2007 British singer Lily Allen writes infectious, bouncing pop music with wickedly biting lyrics. Already a huge hit in the U.K., she's now touring the U.S. with her debut CD Alright, Still. Lily Allen chats with All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen and shares some of her favorite music, including songs from Jay Z, Kasabian and Squeeze.
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June 8, 2005 The much-awaited new CD from Coldplay; Electronic psychedelica from Kasabian; Indian high-tech raga by Midival Punditz; Portuguese ambient folk from Madredeus; Lost '60s folk: Pearls Before Swine; Country-rock singer/songwriter John Hiatt; The remarkable jazz pianist Eldar Djangirov; Elder statesman of jazz, Hank Jones; Dream pop from L.A.'s Devics; US-Armenian metal from System of a Down.
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