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Charles Bradley performs during FYF Fest 2016 in Los Angeles. The soul singer's posthumous album, Black Velvet, is out now. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images hide caption

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On Charles Bradley: Sweaty Hugs And Screams 'From The Center Of The Earth'

After soul singer Charles Bradley died last year, Tom Brenneck, Bradley's close friend and guitar player, put together a posthumous album of Bradley's rare, unreleased music.

This Strange Effect The Shacks
Jay Dee 49 - Instrumental J Dilla
Look (feat. M. Takara & Marcelo Cabral) DJ Mako

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Warning To Democrats: Most Americans Against U.S. Getting More Politically Correct

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Comeback Mr. Green
Drunk and with Dreams Angel Olsen
There's a Light Bushy
You! Me! Dancing! Los Campesinos!
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Can It All Be So Simple El Michels Affair

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On Charles Bradley: Sweaty Hugs And Screams 'From The Center Of The Earth'

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Bodys Car Seat Headrest
Count Your Blessings Hint
The Fear The Shins
Mami Gato Medeski, Martin & Wood
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In 2015, demonstrators in Washington, D.C., urged Supreme Court justices to save the Affordable Care Act from a legal challenge. The federal health law survived, but last week U.S. District Judge Reed O'Connor ruled it invalid. An appeal of his controversial decision is underway. Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg/Getty Images hide caption

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Judge Who Invalidated Obamacare Has Been A 'Go-To Judge' For Republicans, Critics Say

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Behold the Day Wayne Henderson
Maraschino-Red Dress $8.99 at Goodwill Ezra Furman
As This Moment Slips Away Joshua Redman & The Bad Plus
Nights Off Siriusmo
Nocturne E flat-major Toshiko Akiyoshi
Africa Peter Bence

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