November 15, 2006 In the Central Asian country of Tuva, Albert Kuvezin leads the band Yat-Kha, who mix traditional Tuvan throat singing with the spirit of rock. Recuperating from an illness, Kuvezin went through the music he loved and found the inspiration for the CD Re-Covers, an album of cover songs that have a distinctly Tuvan twist.
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August 24, 2006 All new music from folk legend Bob Dylan; Woody Guthrie covered by The Klezmatics; Country electronica from Geoff Reacher; Music for balloons from Judy Dunaway; Throat singing meets Zeppelin in Yat Kha; The sweet sound of My Brightest Diamond; The perfect world of Madeleine Peyroux.
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July 22, 2002 On this episode, we dig through our archives to bring you some of our favorite artists and albums featured on All Songs Considered during the past two years.
October 1, 2001 African stories from Rokia Traore; legendary Timbuktu artist Ali Farka Toure; the fingers and thumbs of Adrian Legg; former "Television" frontman Tom Verlaine; the short and tragic life of Jeff Buckley; and the surprising sounds of Yat Kha.
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