The Raveonettes, Toumani Diabate, Punch Brothers, More

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On this edition of All Songs Considered: the heavy pop sounds od Dutch duo The Raveonettes; a solo kora recording by Toumani Diabate; chamber-bluegrass from the former Nickel Creek mandolin player; dark and sardonic solo recording from A.A. Bondy; genre-splitting music from 17 Hippies; and a tribute to Robert Altman's funeral by Steven Bernstein.

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The Raveonettes, Toumani Diabate, Punch Brothers, More

Raveonettes

The Raveonettes

  • Artist: The Raveonettes
  • Album: Lust Lust Lust [US Bonus Tracks]
  • Song: Aly, Walk with Me

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Aly, Walk with Me
Album
Lust Lust Lust
Artist
The Raveonettes
Label
Vice
Released
2008

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Toumani Diabate

Toumani Diabate

  • Artist: Toumani Diabate
  • Album: Mande Variations
  • Song: Cantelowes

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Cantelowes
Album
Mande Variations
Artist
Toumani Diabate
Label
Nonesuch
Released
2008

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AA Bondy

A.A. Bondy

  • Artist: A.A. Bondy
  • Album: American Hearts
  • Song: How Will You Meet Your End

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How Will You Meet Your End
Album
American Hearts
Artist
A.A. Bondy
Label
Superphonic
Released
2007

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17 Hippies

  • Artist: 17 Hippies
  • Album: Heimlich
  • Song: Tick Tack

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Tick Tack
Album
Heimlich
Artist
17 Hippies
Label
Buda
Released
2007

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Bernstein

Steven Bernstein

  • Artist: Steven Bernstein
  • Album: Diaspora Suite
  • Song: Benjamin

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Benjamin
Album
Diaspora Suite
Artist
Steven Bernstein
Label
Tzadik
Released
2008

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