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Listen Look Ahead: Fall 2005

September 21, 2005 – Bob Boilen speaks with All Things Considered music reviewers Tom Moon, Meredith Ochs and Will He...

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Listen Grunge, Rap Music Added to U.S. Recording Registry

April 5, 2005 – The Library of Congress officially recognizes Nirvana and Public Enemy.

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Listen Glenn Gould on Bach, The Wallflowers, John Coltrane

November 25, 2002 – Glenn Gould's Goldberg Variations; A reissued masterpiece from John Coltrane; New Orleans meets ...

Listen John Coltrane: 'A Love Supreme'

August 1, 2001 – On the liner notes, Coltrane describes how studies of Eastern religions transformed his life.

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Listen John Coltrane: 'Ballads'

August 1, 2001 – Jazz commentator Murray Horwitz likens Coltrane's sensual 1962 album to"falling in love with music."

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Listen John Coltrane: 'Blue Train'

August 1, 2001 – Released in 1957, the record is frequently cited as one of the most important in jazz history.

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Listen John Coltrane: 'John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman'

August 1, 2001 – Coltrane became one of the most renowned saxophonists in history in only seven years as a solo act.

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Listen Miles Davis: 'Kind of Blue'

August 1, 2001 – Miles Davis' Kind of Blue is frequently cited as the best-selling jazz album in history.

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Listen Duke Ellington: 'Duke Ellington & John Coltrane'

August 1, 2001 – Ellington hooked up with the John Coltrane Quartet to record an album to highlight his own songs.

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