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Favorite Sessions

Boy: A Charming Little Number Called 'Little Numbers'

The Current

Watch the Swiss/German duo perform its international hit "Little Numbers" live at The Current.

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Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz

Mose Allison On Piano Jazz

The influential vocalist and pianist plays some originals, as well as standards by Duke Ellington.

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World Cafe

Vintage Cafe: Jim James

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The My Morning Jacket singer performs songs from the soulful Regions of Light and Sound of God.

Jim James On World Cafe

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World Cafe

Night Beds On World Cafe

Powered by Winston Yellen's wide-ranging voice, the band plays songs from its debut, Country Sleep.

Night Beds On World Cafe

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Matmos, 'Aetheric Vehicle' (Live)

KCRW

Watch Drew Daniel and Martin Schmidt reconstruct their eerie electro vibe live in KCRW's studio.

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World Cafe

Kail Baxley: Music From An Amateur Boxer Who Danced For James Brown

The singer-songwriter plays songs from his full-length debut, Heatstroke/The Wind and the War.

Kail Baxley: Music From An Amateur Boxer Who Danced For James Brown

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Frightened Rabbit: Rock With A Scottish Brogue

Watch the Scottish rock band perform an acoustic version of "The Woodpile" in The Current's studios.

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Pharis And Jason Romero: Appalachia From British Columbia

Folk Alley

Watch the husband-and-wife folk duo fingerpick and harmonize the catchy "Long Gone Out West Blues."

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Calexico On World Cafe

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Hear a four-song set from the Tejano-loving indie rock band.

Calexico On World Cafe

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Song Travels

José Feliciano On 'Song Travels'

The Puerto Rican acoustic guitarist pays tribute to Elvis Presley with host Michael Feinstein.

Listen Now: José Feliciano On 'Song Travels'

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