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In the first installment of Play It Forward producer and composer Dan Snaith, who records as Caribou, speaks about how he was inspired by the long-overlooked electronic innovator Glenn Copeland. Thomas Neukum/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Caribou On 'Suddenly' And The Inspirational Beauty Of Glenn Copeland

In the inaugural segment of Play It Forward, Ari Shapiro speaks with Dan Snaith, who records under the name Caribou, about his new album Suddenly and the inspiration he found in Glenn Copeland.

In the first installment of Play It Forward producer and composer Dan Snaith, who records as Caribou, speaks about how he was inspired by the long-overlooked electronic innovator Glenn Copeland. Thomas Neukum/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Thomas Neukum/Courtesy of the artist

Caribou On 'Suddenly' And The Inspirational Beauty Of Glenn Copeland

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