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Hear a very rare demo of the first time David Bowie ever sang the title track to his 15th studio album after Rodgers rearranged it.
British-born singer Eno Williams grew up in Nigeria, but fuses the language of her roots with the musical roots of her bandmates, who hail from Ghana, Trinidad, Australia and Brazil.
Richard Porter has earned the title "Beatles Brain of Britain" for zipping around London, showing all the band's most famous hot spots paired with deep dive stories about the Fab Four.
If 1960s rock icon Jimi Hendrix and 18th century composer George Frideric Handel were alive at the same time, they would have been next door neighbors in London.
A Sense Of Place trip to London lands World Cafe inside The Pool Recording Studio for a live session with Sea Girls.
Hear sessions with King Princess, Cage The Elephant, Rhiannon Giddens and Karl Denson.
The record producer has collected some of his thoughts on an album called The Invisible Light: Acoustic Space, his first new solo work in 11 years.
By Blood is the latest album from the duo of Michael Trent and Cary Ann Hearst and it resonates out into all of their work.
The Portland band was dropped from its label, lost its support team and responded with arguably its strongest work yet.
Years to Burn is a beautiful slow-burn of an album that often feels at ease, and occasionally doesn't resemble either of the bands that made it.
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