Tracey Thorn's third album focuses on the small details in life: weddings, singles bars and the size of one's jeans. Edward Bishop hide caption

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World Cafe

Elizabeth Cook On World Cafe

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The country star first caught David Dye's attention with her 2007 album Balls. Now she's back with a new album, Welder, produced by Don Was. Hear Cook perform in the World Cafe studio.

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Elizabeth Cook, the youngest of 11 children, made her Grand Ole Opry debut in 2000. Kristin Barlowe hide caption

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