World Cafe

Lesley Gore, '60s Favorite, Returns with 'Ever Since'

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An icon of the 1960s, Lesley Gore is back with a new album, Ever Since.

Lesley Gore in-studio on World Cafe - 09/29/2005

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Making Friends with Spottiswoode and His Enemies

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Building a Road, is a fun and lightheartedly eclectic set of blues, folk, and rock music.

Spottiswoode & His Enemies in-studio on World Cafe - 09/28/2005

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Out of the Army, and On to Pop Stardom

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British singer-songwriter James Blunt stops by to play from his debut album, Back to Bedlam.

James Blunt in-studio on World Cafe - 09/27/2005

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David Gray, Developing New Textures of Pop

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David Gray's new album, Life In Slow Motion, follows two years of evolution as a songwriter.

David Gray in-studio on World Cafe - 09/09/2005

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Tribute to the Music of New Orleans

Hurricane Katrina scattered New Orleans musicians — leaving many without home or income. A few players from the Crescent City, including Rock and Roll Hall of famer Allan Toussaint, perform live in NPR's Washington, D.C. studios.

Tribute to the Music of New Orleans

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World Cafe

Chicago Blues Reunion Goes Live

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Chicago Blues Reunion is an all-star lineup of Chicago music legends since the 1960s.

Chicago Blues Reunion in-studio on World Cafe - 09/22/2005

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Turin Brakes Find Stride on Third Release

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Turin Brakes is a modern folk-pop duo out of Britain whose influences include Sebadoh and Prince.

Turin Brakes in-studio on World Cafe - 09/21/2005

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Son Volt Is Back: 'Okemah and the Melody of Riot'

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Roots-rock legends Son Volt are back with their first release in seven years.

Son Volt in-studio on World Cafe - 08/26/2005

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Dr. John's New Orleans Sound

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A classic session with New Orleans icon Dr. John, focusing on the culture of the Big Easy.

Dr. John in-studio on World Cafe - 09/14/2005

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Missy Higgins, Beyond 'Believing'

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The singer of the hit song "All for Believing" comes out with her debut album.

Missy Higgins in-studio on World Cafe - 09/13/2005

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