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  • 'Earth Song' Still Inspires King Of Pop's Brother

    'Earth Song' Still Inspires King Of Pop's Brother MP3

    Jermaine Jackson performed alongside his brother, Michael, in the legendary Motown group the Jackson 5. In his book, You Are Not Alone: Michael, he looks at his struggle to come to terms with his brother's death. As part of Tell Me More's series, In Your Ear, Jackson talks about the songs that continue to inspire him.» E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us

    23.12.2011

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  • Iron And Wine: Words Like Seedlings

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    Sam Beam says he isn't "worried about people understanding exactly what's happening" in any given song. In this interview, he discusses the "exposed, vulnerable place" described in "Caught in the Briars," as well as the themes that run through Ghost on Ghost, Iron and Wine's new album.» E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us

    29.04.2013

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  • Bob Silvers, Co-Founder of New York Review of Books

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    Bob Silvers speaks about the launch and life of the New York Review of Books.» E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us

    01.12.2010

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    01.12.2010

  • The Ting Tings, Yann Tiersen, Squarepusher And More

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    On the latest episode of All Songs Considered, hosts Bob Boilen and Robin Hilton take a circuitous route through this week's recommended listening, starting with two randomly paired videos from the WFMU blog, and ending with angular electronica from Squarepusher.» E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us

    01.05.2012

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  • First Listen: Ultraísta, 'Ultraísta'

    First Listen: Ultraísta, 'Ultraísta' MP3

    The latest project from producer Nigel Godrich takes its inspiration from a group of writers in the early 20th century who favored a surreal variation on minimalism over more opulent, ornamental styles.» E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us

    26.09.2012

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    26.09.2012

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