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Ike Reilly On World Cafe
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Ike Reilly On World Cafe

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Ike Reilly On World Cafe

Ike Reilly On World Cafe
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Ike Reilly returns to World Cafe with songs from his seventh album, Born On Fire. A cocky, charming rock 'n' roll singer from the Chicago area, Reilly shares a hometown with the late comedian Chris Farley, whose new biopic features a song from Reilly's new album.

In this episode of World Cafe, Reilly tells the story of the hard-drive crash that ate the first recordings of his new album — plus, of course, he and his band The Ike Reilly Assassination perform live.

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01Two Weeks-a-Work, One Night-a-Love
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02Born on Fire
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03A Job Like That
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04Underneath the Moon
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