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Waylon Jennings: The 'Last Recordings' Of A Dreamer

Known for his gritty baritone, Jennings embodied the outlaw side of country music. He was 64 when he died of complications from diabetes, leaving behind a collection of vocal tracks that remained unfinished until now.

Iris DeMent On World Cafe

The roots-folk singer talks to David Dye about Sing the Delta, her first album in eight years.

Out Of Industrial Wasteland, The English Beat Was Born

Ed Ward reviews the reissued catalog from the mutli-racial, multi-generational ska band.

In Memoir, Neil Young Wages 'Heavy Peace'

Singer, songwriter and guitarist Neil Young has a new memoir titled Waging Heavy Peace. It's about his music, raising two sons with special needs, and his own medical conditions, which have included polio, epilepsy and a brain aneurysm.

The CD, At 30, Is Feeling Its Age

The CD is just the latest musical format to rise and fall in roughly the same 30-year cycle.

Son Jarocho, The Sound Of Veracruz

Betto Arcos says the style of music is so vibrant because it comes from the Caribbean side of Mexico and has all the influences of that region.