Prolific singer-songwriter Jeffrey Lewis has a new album, called A Turn in the Dream-Songs.

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Jeffrey Lewis: Cosmic And Tongue-In-Cheek 'Dream-Songs'

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José González.

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'World Cafe: Next' Looks Back

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T Bone Burnett holds two trophies, one for Producer of the Year, at the Grammy Awards in 2002.

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T-Bone Burnett On World Cafe

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Tom Waits.

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Tom Waits: The Fresh Air Interview

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"Altos Lugares" describes a late-night mountaintop vision that sounds a lot like High Places' newly adopted home, Los Angeles.

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Original Colors

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KCRW Presents: My Morning Jacket

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Chris Taylor, a.k.a. CANT

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CANT In Concert: Moogfest 2011

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A rare photo of East of Underground in performance. The band formed while its members were stationed in Germany during the Vietnam War.

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The U.S. Army's Rock 'N' Roll Past

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Lisa Hannigan's second album, Passenger, is out now.

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Lisa Hannigan's Path To Gorgeous

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David Dye has hosted WXPN's World Cafe since it hit the airwaves 20 years ago this month.

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David Dye On 20 Years Of 'World Cafe'

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Moby plays the Asheville Civic Center at Moogfest on Friday, October 28, 2011.

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Moby In Concert: Moogfest 2011

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