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From left: Norman Spence, Tarriona "Tank" Ball, Albert Allenback and Joshua Johnson are the New Orleans band Tank and the Bangas. Their new track for Morning Edition's Song Project was inspired by a collective feeling of restlessness in the COVID-19 era. Jamelle Tate/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Tank And The Bangas Have 'Feelings' On The COVID-19 Era

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Billie Eilish On World Cafe

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The War & Treaty On World Cafe

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Met Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin On Hope, Suffering And Verdi's 'Requiem'

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Real Estate On World Cafe

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Sarah Jarosz On World Cafe

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Alicia Keys Wants You To Know You're Doing Great

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Nap Eyes On World Cafe

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Country Singer Marty Stuart Plays Songs Of Sin And Redemption

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Yusuf's Tea for the Tillerman 2 is a reimagining of his 1970 album as Cat Stevens. Rhys Fagan hide caption

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Yusuf Revisits 'Tea For The Tillerman,' His Landmark Album As Cat Stevens

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Amy Ray (left) and Emily Saliers are the veteran folk-rock duo Indigo Girls. Their new track for Morning Edition's Song Project was inspired by the collective feeling of restlessness in the COVID-19 era. Jeremy Cowart/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Indigo Girls' New Song Is About Patience And Fortitude In The COVID-19 Era

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'A Character of Quiet': Music That Speaks To A Sense Of The World Slowing Down

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