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Primus On World Cafe

Primus' irreverent funk-rock style was ubiquitous throughout the '90s. The band visits World Cafe to perform songs from its latest album, Green Naugahyde.
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Barbara Lea: Remembering A Versatile Cabaret Singer

Lea first had success in 1955, with her album A Woman in Love, and was rediscovered in the late 1970s. She died last week at 82. Fresh Air remembers Lea with excerpts from a 1991 interview and in-studio performance.
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The Barr Brothers On World Cafe

After a series of serendipitous events led to its formation, the band released its debut album, which combines folk and delicate harp arrangements with a rock 'n' roll sensibility.
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Active Child On World Cafe

Hear Pat Grossi create gorgeous arrangements out of harps, synths and his own ethereal voice.
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Sallie Ford And The Sound Outside On World Cafe

Discover the sass and style of this Oregon band, led by Ford's sprightly, slightly retro energy.
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Aretha Franklin Is Looking For The Next Great Star ... Of Opera

The Queen of Soul is looking for a prince or princess of Puccini in a new competition for opera singers. And she's the one judging.

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