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Patterson Hood On World Cafe

Drive-By Truckers' singer explains to World Cafe host David Dye why his new album was the "most intimate and personal record" of his career.
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Russia's Medvedev Says Female Punk Rockers Should Go Free

Russia's No. 2 leader calls for band members sentenced last month to be released after three of them spent five months in jail awaiting trial.
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Kelly Hogan On World Cafe

Hogan, who's sung backup for Neko Case, Andrew Bird and others, tells World Cafe host David Dye how she finally got her own record deal — and recruited more than 40 musicians to help with her new solo album, I Like to Keep Myself in Pain.
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Bob Dylan's Baffling And Sometimes Beautiful 'Tempest'

Critic Ken Tucker says that some songs on Tempest sound less like concentrated efforts than outpourings of rambling thoughts; others are as precisely crafted as any Bob Dylan has written.
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Atlanta Symphony Locked Out

With the symphony's 68th season just weeks away, it's uncertain whether the opening concert will happen.
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The Forgotten Story Of Memphis' American Studios

Memphis has been a music town since anyone can remember, and it's had places to record that music since there have been records. Some of its studios — Sun, Stax and Hi — are well-known, but American Studios produced its share of hits, and yet remains obscure.

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