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Pixies On World Cafe

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In the studio today is a rare stripped down performance for an enthusiastic audience.

The Pixies On World Cafe
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Butch Walker on World Cafe

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Today, the former Marvelous 3 front man plays songs from his new EP titled Peachtree Battle.

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The Strypes On World Cafe

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Hear a U.S. debut on World Cafe of a young blues rock band in their teens.

The Stypes On World Cafe
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Damien Jurado On World Cafe

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The music today on World Cafe was inspired by the Seattle singer's elaborate dreams.

Damien Jurado On World Cafe
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Vintage Cafe: Beck

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In this Vintage Cafe from 2007, Beck performs live in the World Cafe studios.

Beck On World Cafe
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Hurray For The Riff Raff On World Cafe

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From the Bronx to the French Quarter, here's a singer that represents the outsiders and underdogs.

Hurray For The Riff Raff On World Cafe
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Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz

John Dankworth On Piano Jazz

Piano Jazz remembers the celebrated British jazz musician in a show recorded at Eastman.

John Dankworth On Piano Jazz
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