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Django Django On World Cafe

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The Scottish band performs songs from its debut album and talks with David Dye about the three years that passed between its first single and its debut album.

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Unknown Mortal Orchestra's new album, II, comes out Feb. 5. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Why There Are Only 100 Copies Of The New Bob Dylan Record

Only available in Europe, Dylan's new, limited-edition compilation aims to extend the copyright on unreleased material from the beginning of his career.

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Graham Parker And The Rumour On World Cafe

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The British band, reunited after 30-plus years, performs new songs and discusses its film debut.

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Joe Barry was a pioneer of "swamp-pop" in the early 1960s. Johnny Vallis hide caption

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Next: Kail Baxley

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The California blues singer grew up in the same South Carolina town as James Brown. Hear how the Godfather of Soul influenced the young singer-songwriter in this installment of World Cafe: Next.

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Fountains Of Wayne On Mountain Stage

The power-pop group returns to the show to perform favorites and new songs from Sky Full of Holes.

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