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The Revolution, including (from left) Doctor Fink, Wendy Melvoin and Bobby Z., is on a tour this spring paying tribute to Prince. Raquel Zaldivar/NPR hide caption

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Ladies And Gentlemen, The Revolution: Prince's Band On Reuniting And Healing

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On 'Life Love Flesh Blood,' Imelda May Writes About 'Everything'

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"[Jonathan Demme] was sensitive to the fact that each musician had as much excitement to bring to the screen as to the music," Chris Frantz and Tina Weymouth write of the director's Stop Making Sense. Richard E. Aaron/Redferns/Getty hide caption

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Damon Albarn joins World Cafe to talk about the new Gorillaz album, Humanz. J.C. Hewlett/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Gorillaz On World Cafe

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From Mountain Stage's archives, the original tape of Warren Zevon's 1991 performance. Josh Saul/Mountain Stage hide caption

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Warren Zevon On Mountain Stage

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Aimee Mann's latest album is Mental Illness. Sheryl Nields/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Aimee Mann On World Cafe

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