All Things Considered for February 15, 2010 Hear the All Things Considered program for February 15, 2010

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Bye Christopher O'Riley
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Home to Oblivion: An Elliott Smith Tribute
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Jan Lambchop
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No, You C'mon
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Slow Freight Jimmy Smith
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Angel Eyes: Ballads & Slow Jams
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Jimmy Smith

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Rhiannon Giddens (from left), Justin Robinson and Dom Flemons of Carolina Chocolate Drops. Julie Roberts hide caption

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Carolina Chocolate Drops: Old-Time Music With A Twist

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Rapatrol The Sorts
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Six Plus
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The Sorts

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Dusk Till Dawn The Homemade Jamz Blues Band
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I Got Blues for You
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Soñe Otro Mundo [*] Manu Chao
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Radiolina
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Tibetan prayer flags hang from a bridge crossing the Mekong River at sunrise. The river is known in Tibetan as the Dzachu, or "river of rocks," and in Chinese as the Lancang Jiang, or "turbulent river." Christopher Brown for NPR hide caption

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At Mekong's Source In China, Past And Present Collide

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Little Sunrise Shawn Lee & Bei Bei
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Into the Wind
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Minor Blues Kurt Rosenwinkel
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The Next Step
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(Theme From) Everything Ends The American Analog Set
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(Theme From) Everything Ends
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Set Free
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The American Analog Set

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Wicked P Diplomats of Solid Sound
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Destination...Get Down!
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Lawmakers and social justice advocates gathered at New York City Hall in January to launch a campaign to have prisoners counted for the census in their hometowns rather than where they're locked up. Courtesy of New York State Senate hide caption

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Urban, Rural Areas Battle For Census Prison Populace

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Abierto Tommy Guerrero
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Soul Food Taqueria
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Lonely Man Bill Frisell
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Disfarmer
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Day Five Explosions In the Sky
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The Rescue
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Elm Street Lanterna
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Elm Street
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Squalor Victoria The National
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Boxer
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