Antony And The Johnsons, Old School Soul, Cuban Jazz, And More

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It's been three years since Antony and the Johnsons released a CD. The band is back with a new EP featuring the strangely haunting voice of frontman Antony Hegarty. Hear "Shake That Devil" from Another World. Also on the show: a live recording of the Buena Vista Social Club performing at Carnegie Hall; old school soul from singer Raphael Saadiq; the vivid imagery of singer David Eugene Edwards, a.k.a. Woven Hand; songwriter Scott Garred, a music therapist by day and Super XX Man by night; and a wrecking ball of an album from the Athens, GA band Dead Confederate.

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Antony And The Johnsons, Old School Soul, Cuban Jazz, And More

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Woven Hand

  • Artist: Woven Hand
  • Song: White Knuckle Grip
  • From: Ten Stones
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Ten Stones
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Woven Hand
Label
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Released
2008

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Super XX Man

  • Artist: Super XX Man
  • Song: Medication
  • From: Volume XII: There'll Be Diamonds
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