Best Music of 2005: Tom Moon

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Tom Moon, David Dye.

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Tom Moon on 2005

Host David Dye is joined by critic Tom Moon for a special edition of World Cafe. Together, they look back on some of the best performances of 2005.

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Thelonious Monk, John Coltrane "Epistrophy (Late Show)" Thelonious Monk Quartet with John Coltrane at Carnegie Hall

Kanye West "Gold Digger (Radio Edit)" Late Registration

Blackalicious "Powers" The Craft

Mars Volta "The Widow" Frances the Mute

The White Stripes "My Doorbell" Get Behind Me Satan

Laura Veirs "Secret Someones" Year of Meteors

Iron & Wine "My Lady s House" Woman King

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