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All The Parts Fit Together Like Clockwork On Allison Miller's 'Glitter Wolf'

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'Modern Sounds' Re-Release Revives Ray Charles' 1962 Venture Into Country

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The title of Greg Ward's latest album, Stomping Off From Greenwood, refers to a street where Ward lived on Chicago's South Side. Diana Quiñones Rivera/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Greg Ward's New Album 'Feels Like A Walk Home' And A Tribute To Chicago

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'Newest Sound You Never Heard' Revisits The Music Of Jeanne Lee And Ran Blake

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