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Ain't No Chimneys In The Projects

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'Black Eye' by Derek Webb

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After Feels Like Home and Not Too Late, Norah Jones' The Fall is a step in the right direction. hide caption

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Mike Reed's People, Places & Things pays homage to forgotten or overlooked Chicago music from six decades ago. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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There's a hint of restlessness to Kurt Rosenwinkel's approach to jazz standards. Lourdes Delgado hide caption

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Real Estate: On The Beach

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