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The music that makes one of us emotional doesn't always make sense to others.
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May 19, 2015 This week: results from our survey about the songs that bring tears to your eyes. Hear listener submissions, as well as personal picks from the All Songs crew.
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Otis Redding in 1967. Redding was also known as "The Mad Man From Macon."
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October 16, 2014 The Georgia town was home to Otis Redding, Little Richard and Capricorn Records, a label that played a key role in the birth of Southern rock. Now, many of the city's musical landmarks are threatened.
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Brad Paisley onstage at the 48th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards Sunday in Las Vegas.
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April 9, 2013 The song that has made Paisley the object of derision on the Internet is part of a complicated expression of white Southern heritage that stretches back to the early 20th century and reaches its peak on "Sweet Home Alabama."
April 16, 2008 Fresh Air's music critic reviews three new deluxe reissues on the Universal Music label: Elvis Costello's This Year's Model, Beck's Odelay and Lynyrd Skynyrd's Street Survivors.
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