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'Marley': A History On Film Of The Man Turned 'Legend'

Bob Marley has been used to brand everything from a clothing line and coffee company to his own museum and a resort in the Bahamas. A new documentary seeks to reconstruct what the reggae singer was like in real life.
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Of Monsters And Men On World Cafe

Hear the Icelandic folk-pop group perform songs from its debut album, My Head Is an Animal.
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World Cafe Remembers Levon Helm

Helm, an Americana legend and drummer for the '60s rock group The Band, died this week. Here, we remember Helm with an archived interview and performance from WXPN.
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Levon Helm: The 2007 Fresh Air Interview

Helm, the longtime drummer of The Band who backed Bob Dylan and sang with Van Morrison, died Thursday. He was 71. Fresh Air remembers Helm with excerpts from his two appearances on the show in 1993 and 2007.
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Levon Helm, Drummer And Singer In The Band, Dies

Helm played superpowered, shifting backbeats, helped Bob Dylan go electric and sang some of The Band's biggest hits, including "The Weight" and "Up On Cripple Creek." He was 71 years old.
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Grimes On World Cafe

Hear the Canadian singer, whose recent album Visions has been described as "cyborg pop," perform her unique electronic songs in the studio.

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