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Paul Motian: The 'Fresh Air' Interview

Drummer Paul Motian has spent more than 50 years in music, working with jazz luminaries like Bill Evans and Thelonious Monk. At 75, he has a new CD of bebop jazz: Garden of Eden, featuring his own band.

Paul Motian: The 'Fresh Air' Interview

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Hilma Wolitzer Turns to Domestic Angst

A middle-aged woman awakens one morning to a sense of dread, a malaise so deep that she studiously analyzes her life — both past and present — to uncover its source. So begins Hilma Wolitzer's new book, The Doctor's Daughter.

Hilma Wolitzer Turns to Domestic Angst

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Stuart Murdoch: The 'Pursuit' of Belle and Sebastian

Stuart Murdoch is the front man for the Scottish indie-pop band Belle and Sebastian. For the group's new CD, The Life Pursuit, they've broken two long-standing traditions: making quietly precious music, and refusing to embrace the media.

Stuart Murdoch: The 'Pursuit' of Belle and Sebastian

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