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Basia Bulat On World Cafe

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    Basia Bulat on World Cafe Basia discusses her thoughts on making a pop record and expresses that it was a collaborative effort. She tried to push herself out of her comfort zone and says she played a lot of keyboards on the record. Basia explains her connection to keyboard and how it was her first instrument.
The Canadian multi-instrumentalist expands her discography with a pop album produced by Jim James.
Best known for her use of the autoharp, Basia Bulat loves stringed instruments, but she concentrated on keyboards for her latest album, Good Advice, which was produced by My Morning Jacket's Jim James. Bulat says she pushed herself out of her comfort zone to make her fourth album a pop record. Hear the Canadian singer-songwriter perform some of those new songs live on this episode of World Cafe.
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