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Lady Lamb The Beekeeper Emerges From Behind The Counter

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Richard Thompson: The Acoustics Behind 'Electric'

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Natalie "The Floacist" Stewart's second solo album is Floacist Presents: Floetry Rebirth. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Floacist: A Soul Poet Says Yes To Moving On

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Turning A Glacier Into A Tuba: Ice Music From Norway

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In 'Fulton Blues,' Corey Harris Resurrects Memories Of Southern Neighborhood

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The Man In Black Goes To The County Fair

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Brazilian cellist and singer Dom La Nena's debut album is titled Ela. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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With A Passion For Her Cello, Dom La Nena Debuts Her Vocals

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Clive Davis poses with Whitney Houston, then a rising star, shortly after Houston signed a contract with Arista Records in 1983. AP hide caption

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Clive Davis: A Life With A 'Soundtrack'

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Johnny Marr's new solo album is called The Messenger. Jon Shard/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Johnny Marr On Quitting School, Moving To Portland And Wearing Capes

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Singer Lea Gimore On Musicals That Move Her

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A Struggle For The Identity Of Puerto Rican Music

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Al Roker 'Jazzed' By The A-Team Theme Song

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'China's Leonard Cohen' Calls Out Political Corruption

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John Lennon and his wife, Yoko Ono, pictured above in January 1970, are the subjects of Jonathan Cott's new book Days That I'll Remember. Cott met Lennon in 1968 and was friends with the couple. Anthony Cox/Getty Images hide caption

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Days With John And Yoko: A Writer Remembers

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Jonas Kaufmann On Wagner: 'It's Like A Drug Sometimes'

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