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Damien Jurado On World Cafe

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Damien Jurado On World Cafe

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Damien Jurado On World Cafe

Damien Jurado On World Cafe

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Seattle singer-songwriter Damien Jurado has made some changes in what he does, including making more music with a band. His last two albums — Maraquopa from 2012 and the new Brothers and Sisters of The Eternal Son — are his best work yet. Both were inspired by an elaborate dream Jurado explains today. Credit also goes to producer Richard Swift for turning this latest set of songs into a mesmerizing listen.

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Set List

01Metallic Cloud

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02Magic Number

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03Silver Timothy

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04Silver Joy

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