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Government Bulldozer: Protest Songs From Russia

Russian musician, producer and public activist Vasily Shumov talks with Robert Siegel about popular protest songs that have grown out of the recent political uprising in Russia.
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This One's For Guy Clark, Americana's Craftsman

Lyle Lovett, Hayes Carll, Patty Griffin and more pay tribute to Clark on a new double album.
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Adele On World Cafe

Adele may be the hottest singer in the world at the moment and that's all because of her latest album, 21, which debuted at No. 1 on the U.K. album charts. Hear the now 22-year-old chat with World Cafe host David Dye and perform songs from her award-winning albums.
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Sounds Of Blackness Reminding Fans To 'Fly Again'

The multi Grammy-winning group Sounds of Blackness is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a new, self-titled album. The CD focuses on reconciliation and healing in hard times. Worldwide, the group performs gospel, jazz, hip-hop, R&B, and other genres related to the African-American experience. They join host Michel Martin for a performance chat.
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Cut Copy: Wine Bottles And Electronic Beats

Cut Copy's Dan Whitford says he isn't afraid to take inspiration directly from music he loves.
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Intern Uprising: Music We Missed In 2011

Our interns tell us what we should have covered this year — and what we can't ignore in 2012.

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