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For Thanksgiving, A Chain Of Musical Gratitude

Host Ari Shapiro invites four different musicians — Laura Mvula, Esperanza Spalding, Corey King and Michaela Anne — to discuss a fellow artist they're each grateful for.

Postcard from 1952 Explosions in the Sky
Song of Thanks Omer Avital
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Song of Thanks
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Arrival
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Valse romantique, for piano, L. 71
The Harvest Home Suite: Spring (Prairie Song) Molly Mason
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The Harvest Home Suite: Spring (Prairie Song)
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Harvest Home: Music for All Seasons
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For Thanksgiving, A Chain Of Musical Gratitude

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Prayer of Thanksgiving Mark Small
Protecting Circle Astral Project
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Protecting Circle
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Voodoo Bop
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Thanksgiving Theme [#] Vince Guaraldi Trio
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Thanksgiving Theme [#]
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Charlie Brown's Holiday Hits
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(Smell My) Special Ingredients Stanton Moore Trio & Moore, Stanton Trio
At the Break of Day John Renbourn

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Golden Years, Iron Bars: Japan Sees Rise In Crime By The Elderly

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Honoring the Elders
Blue Trees
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