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May-December Mos Def
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Black on Both Sides
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Daddy Roll 'Em Billy Strange
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A Chinese Navy soldier of the People's Liberation Army shouts slogans during a military parade training session in Beijing in June. Liu Jian/AP hide caption

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Will China's New Slogans Catch On?

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LEMON TREE ARTHUR LYMAN
There Is So Much More Brett Dennen
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So Much More
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Conductor Gustavo Dudamel conducts El Sistema during a June 2009 rehearsal in Caracas, Venezuela. He is now music director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Thomas Coex/AFP/ Getty Images hide caption

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Using Music To Mentor Venezuela's Poorest Youth

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Theme for Young Lovers The Shadows
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Shadows Are Go!
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BEES KNEES JOHN BARRY

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