Jakob Dylan On World Cafe


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"Nothing but the Whole Wide World"

"Everybody's Hurting"

"Truth for a Truth"

While best known for his time leading The Wallflowers, singer-songwriter Jakob Dylan took a step away to go solo in 2008. Focusing more on intimate and richly structured songs, his second solo album, Women and Country, features the soulful harmonies of Neko Case and Kelly Hogan, as well as the support of award-winning producer T-Bone Burnett. Dylan's journey as a musician reveals a powerful transition to American roots and blues music, as heard in this session for World Cafe.

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