Director's Cuts

Liane Hansen speaks with Weekend Edition director Ned Wharton about what's new and notable on cd. He reviews two record labels: Music Club, with its eclectic reissues ranging from Sun Rockabilly to South African Jazz under Apartheid, and "Put It on a Cracker" records, an alternative label out of Gainesville, Florida. Ned also reviews new discs from Robyn Hitchcock, Laurel MacDonald and the band Knots and Crosses. More info can be found on our website: Follow the links for Weekend Edition Sunday and Director's Cuts.

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