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All Songs Considered: The Year In Music 2016

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Hear Peter Silberman's New Song, 'Karuna'

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Whole Show

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Listen To Yusuf/Cat Steven's Remake Of "I Love My Dog"

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New Mix: The Songs Remain The Same, But All The Meanings Have Changed

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Hear 'Orange Color Queen'

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Guest DJ: Matty Healy Of The 1975 On Making Music From Now On

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Guest DJ Nick Mason On Pink Floyd's Early Years

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Hear Leonard Cohen's Final Interview

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On getting surprisingly close to the band

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