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Kayhan Kalhor is an Iranian kamancheh virtuoso and composer whose work has been celebrated around the globe. Julia Gunther for NPR hide caption

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After U.S. Immigration Battle, Musician Kayhan Kalhor Returns To Iran

Grammy-winning Iranian musician Kayhan Kalhor called the U.S. home for decades, until chaotic encounters with the immigration system caused him to leave the country permanently.

Lionheart Emancipator
Tales of Endurance (Parts 4, 5 & 6) Supergrass

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Wall Street Short Sellers: Hated For Centuries

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Stormy Weather Duke Ellington Orchestra
Hail to the Chief Donne Legge, Cathy ellis
Needed Time (Guitar) Taj Mahal
You Could Ruin My Day Four Tet
Alfredo Rodriguez Max Richter

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After U.S. Immigration Battle, Musician Kayhan Kalhor Returns To Iran

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Venga la Esperanza Alfredo Rodriguez & Ibrahim Maalouf
This Time Tomorrow The Kinks
Triangle BadBadNotGood
Big Country Emile Mosseri
Dark Eyes Calexico, Iron and Wine et. al.

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Nashville Organizers Want Black People To Be A Powerful Political Collective

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Cien AƱos de Soledad Quetzal
I Believe I'll Go Back Home The Davis Sisters

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