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April 6, 2011 Finding music for a weekend night is usually about finding a song that rocks, but not too hard. Picking music for a Sunday morning — now, that's tricky. What's your Sunday morning music?
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June 14, 2010 Sandy Denny became the queen of British folk rock when she joined the band Fairport Convention in 1968. Her fans included Robert Plant and Nina Simone. Denny was a skilled songwriter with a powerful and expressive voice, yet today many people don't recognize her name.
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November 30, 2006 Joanna Newsom's harp-driven story songs befuddle anyone trying to classify her music. On this edition of All Songs Considered Newsom talks about her latest CD, the enchanting Ys, and shares some of her favorite recordings. Hear selections from her new album, plus songs and artists that have inspired her over the years, like Van Dyke Parks, Sandy Denny and Randy Newman.
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