From Jam Session To Song: The Wood Brothers On 'Kingdom In My Mind' : World Cafe Steeped in roots music, The Wood Brothers found inspiration for the group's seventh studio album during improv sessions.
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The Wood Brothers On World Cafe

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From Jam Session To Song: The Wood Brothers On 'Kingdom In My Mind'

From Jam Session To Song: The Wood Brothers On 'Kingdom In My Mind'

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Set List

  • "Little Bit Broken"
  • "Alabaster"
  • "Don't Think About My Death"
  • "The One I Love"

The Wood Brothers' guitarist Oliver Wood, bassist Chris Wood and drummer/multi-instrumentalist Jano Rix are steeped in roots music. The group recently released its seventh studio album, Kingdom In My Mind, which mixes blues, folk, jazz and R&B.

In today's session, Oliver, Chris and Jano explain how long jam sessions are transformed into song form and detail the band's work with Thistle Farms, a Nashville organization that helps women who are victims of human trafficking, prostitution and addiction.

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