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Moby On World Cafe

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Today's Vintage Cafe revisits Moby's stripped-down set from earlier this year. Listen to the six-song performance, which includes an interview with World Cafe host David Dye.

Moby On World Cafe

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Song Travels

Ann Hampton Callaway On 'Song Travels'

The Tony-nominated actress talks about her work with the music of Barbra Streisand and performs a few jazz standards, as well as a medley of "People" and "Being Alive."

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Okkervil River On World Cafe

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The Austin band plays a few songs from its latest album, The Silver Gymnasium, on today's Vintage Cafe. Singer Will Sheff also reflects on the experiences that heavily inspired the new record.

Okkervil River On World Cafe

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Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz

Dianne Reeves On Piano Jazz

On this episode of Piano Jazz, host Marian McPartland accompanies Reeves in "Softly, As in a Morning Sunrise" and "Million Dollar Secret."

Dianne Reeves On Piano Jazz

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Suzanne Vega Talks New Album, 'Tom's Diner' And More

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On today's Vintage Cafe: a wide-ranging discussion of the songwriting icon's new work, the New York City folk scene from the '60s, and how "Tom's Diner" gave Vega hip-hop cred.

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Favorite Sessions

KCRW Presents: Hozier

The Irish singer shows off the depth of his abilities, reaching into his American blues influences in this live performance of "Take Me to Church" for KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic.

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Vintage Cafe: Ásgeir

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One in 10 people in Iceland own singer-songwriter Ásgeir's first album.

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Rosanne Cash On World Cafe

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Listen to new songs performed on the World Cafe Live stage, inspired by a series of journeys she and husband John Leventhal took through Johnny Cash's South.

Rosanne Cash On World Cafe

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Angel Olsen, 'Sweet Dreams' (Live)

KEXP

The singer-songwriter and her band visit the KEXP studios for an intense and incendiary set of songs from her new album, Burn Your Fire for No Witness.

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St. Vincent On World Cafe

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Hear four songs from Annie Clark's new album, alongside two older tracks, performed live on World Cafe. The music is interspersed with insightful conversation about Clark's songwriting process.

St. Vincent On World Cafe

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