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World Cafe

Kinky: Strangely Effervescent

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Kinky creates surreal electronica and pop landscapes with rock and Latin influences.

Kinky in Studio on World Cafe - 11/30/2006

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Hot Chip: Catchy and Danceable

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Hot Chip's danceable indie-rock mixes shimmering pop and harder, techno-inspired electronics.

Hot Chip: Catchy and Danceable

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Lindsey Buckingham: After Fleetwood Mac

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His work has influenced a generation of would-be folk-rockers and endeared him to millions of fans.

Lindsey Buckingham: After Fleetwood Mac

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Joan Osborne: Folk-Pop, Familiar and Original

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Osborne's music has the peculiar quality of seeming familiar and original at the same time.

Joan Osborne in Studio on World Cafe - 11/28/2006

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Sting: From The Police to the Elizabethan Era

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As a solo artist, Sting draws from jazz, classical and world musicians and instruments.

Sting in Studio on World Cafe - 11/24/2006

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Paul Simon: Half a Century on Top

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Simon is one of music's most venerated icons: His pop career started an amazing 50 years ago.

Paul Simon in Studio on World Cafe - 11/23/2006

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Petra Haden & The Sellouts: Unclassifiable

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Haden mixes classical, jazz, blues, rock, folk and pop, often performing a combination a cappella.

Petra Haden & The Sellouts: Unclassifiable

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From the Top

Trio Team Up to Close Mozart Celebration

Violist Kallie Ciechomski, clarinetist Jonathan Cohen and host Christopher O'Riley close the show with a performance of Mozart's Clarinet Trio in E-flat, K. 498, Rondo. This performance originally aired on Oct. 18, 2006.

Trio Team Up to Close Mozart Celebration

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Violinists Perform Peer's Latest Work

Adam Chin and Calvin Kuo perform a new piece by 13-year-old Jeremiah Klarman.

Violinists Perform Peer's Latest Work

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Christopher O'Riley Performs Mozart's March

Host Christopher O'Riley performs Mozart's March in C Major. This performance originally aired on Oct. 18, 2006.

Christopher O'Riley Performs Mozart's March

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