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Drive-By Truckers On World Cafe

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Drive-By Truckers' new album, English Oceans, features a new set of songs from principal writers Patterson Hood and Mike Cooley. The band has roots in the Muscle Shoals area of Alabama, where Hood's father David was a member of the legendary studio band. Drive-By Truckers' members are now based in Athens, Ga.

At one time, there was a third writing and guitar-playing member of the band, Jason Isbell, who left for what has become a successful solo career. The new album represents a return to writing for Cooley, who had suffered an extended period of writer's block.

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'Made Up English Oceans'

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'The Part Of Him'

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'First Air Of Autumn'

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'Grand Canyon'

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World Cafe Playlist for April 24, 2014

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