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Gorgeous Rare Acoustic Set From Moby
Published in Guests
February 7, 2014 - This week on Conversations from the World Cafe, Moby joins host David Dye on the stage of World Cafe Live. Moby caught the attention of music fans in the early 90s only to have his 1996 album Animal Rights alienate many.
Published in Conversations
Electronic Music Star Moby Plays A Rare Live Acoustic Session And Tells Us How David Lynch Inspired His Move To Los Angeles
January 3, 2014 - Moby joins us today in conversation and live performances today in an extended session in front of an audience at World Cafe Live. He and his band of singers do songs from his latest album Innocents and more in a gorgeous sparse session.
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November 2013 CD of the Month I’ve been a fan of Moby’s music since Play (1999), when after its release it quickly became one of my Top 10 albums of all time. He recently released his new album Innocents and YES it’s going to be one of my Top 10 albums of 2013!
Published in 2013

Wait For Me, the new release from Moby may have some celebrating a "return to form", but the songs on Wait For Me do more than simply recall his earlier work. Very much in the now, Moby takes back the role of conductor, offering fans a collection of brooding songs unconcerned with demand or destination.

Published in 2009

Wait For Me, the new release from Moby may have some celebrating a "return to form", but the songs on Wait For Me do more than simply recall his earlier work. Very much in the now, Moby takes back the role of conductor, offering fans a collection of brooding songs unconcerned with demand or destination.

Published in 2009

Tracklist

Blitzen Trapper - "Black River Killer"
Neko Case - "People Gotta Lotta Nerve"
Death Cab for Cutie - "Little Bribes"
Dawes - "When My Time Comes"
Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears - "I'm Broke"
Mayer Hawthorne - "Just Ain't Gonna Work Out"
Moby - "Pale Horses"
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