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Balagusto Adam Ben Ezra
Dancing in the Dark Bruce Springsteen
Lady Don't Tek No Latyrx
Babar, for tabla with banjo & double bass Béla Fleck, Zakir Hussain et. al.

Robin Pecknold, of the band Fleet Foxes, felt he needed to turn his attention back to the parts of his life that music had eclipsed in order to grow as an artist. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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How Time Off — And Surfing — Influenced Fleet Foxes' 'Crack-Up'

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'Good Booty': Backing Up How Music And Sex Helped Shape American Culture

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