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Sidi Touré And The Sonic Heritage Of The Sahara

When Touré plays and sings on his new album, you can feel him channeling ancient folklore through the modern filter of an acoustic guitar.
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"Bad Brains: A Band in DC"

Kojo chats with a member of the legendary D.C. hardcore band Bad Brains and the directors of a new documentary about the group.

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Preservation Hall Jazz Band On World Cafe

Hear a special "tuba summit" with members of Preservation Hall Jazz Band and Rebirth Brass Band.
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Ryan Shaw, The New Voice Of American Soul?

These days American singer Ryan Shaw is making an impression. His sound is so soulful that it's been compared to legends like Stevie Wonder and Sam Cooke. Shaw joins host Michel Martin for a special performance and interview about his new album Real Love.
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The Tallest Man On Earth: Tired Of Running

On Kristian Matsson's latest album, acoustic instruments provide the frame for pastoral poems about confronting anxiety.
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Fiona Apple: 'I Don't Really Have A Plan'

The singer-songwriter, whose new album ends a seven-year hiatus, says her career arc is far less calculated than it looks. "I got a lot of problems," she says, "but I'm really good at intuiting what I need to do to be happy with whatever I create."

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