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Jack DeJohnette And Friends: Miles On Their Minds

Jazz24

Hear the veteran drummer perform two songs with pianist Chick Corea and bassist Stanley Clarke.

Jack DeJohnette And Friends: Miles On Their Minds

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The Magnetic Fields' Stephin Merritt On World Cafe

XPN

Hear the singer-songwriter play ukulele versions of songs from Love at the Bottom of the Sea.

The Magnetic Fields' Stephin Merritt On World Cafe

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Yann Tiersen On World Cafe

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The French multi-instrumentalist discusses the challenge of connecting his music to visual art.

Yann Tiersen On World Cafe

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Catherine Russell: An In-Studio Fresh Air Concert

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The standards singer performs several tracks from her new solo album, Strictly Romancin'.

Catherine Russell: An In-Studio Fresh Air Concert

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Janiva Magness On World Cafe

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The blues singer plays songs from her new album, Stronger For It, live in the studio.

Janiva Magness On World Cafe

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Vanessa Perez: A Rising Star From Venezuela

A new star out of El Sistema says that her goal in playing Chopin is honesty over prettiness.

Vanessa Perez: A Rising Star From Venezuela

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Joachim Cooder On World Cafe

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The drummer and son of Ry Cooder performs songs from his "soundtrack without a film."

Joachim Cooder On World Cafe

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Neal Casal On World Cafe

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The veteran guitarist and member of The Cardinals plays songs from his album Sweeten the Distance.

Neal Casal On World Cafe

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