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  1. Bryan Ferry: A Classic Crooner Informed By The Art-Rock Movement 2014/11/16
    For more than 40 years, former Roxy Music frontman Bryan Ferry has been making some of the most suave, luxurious music. NPR's Arun Rath speaks with Ferry about his 17th solo album, Avonmore .
  2. When The Lights Go Down, Who Will Hear 'The Last Transmission'? 2014/11/15
    Famed film director Melvin Van Peebles joined the band The Heliocentrics to create music inspired by the sounds and signals of deep space exploration.
  3. Brilliance In Bumps And Bruises, On Air And On Screen 2014/11/15
    New Jersey radio station WFMU prides itself on radically open programming — like three hours of "Eleanor Rigby" covers. But as a new film shows, it can be tough to pay bills and maintain a mission.
  4. Tango Lessons: Rubén Blades Sings His Way Into Discovery 2014/11/15
    On his new album, the salsa singer, actor and one time presidential contender in Panama rearranged some of his salsa songs as tangos. In doing so, he found new things in his lyrics and himself.
  5. T-Pain Rises Above The Haters 2014/11/13
    After initial success, the 30-year-old singer and songwriter, known for his Auto-Tuned hits, became a target for derision. It took time but now he's made it clear: "I'm not fake."
  6. Run The Jewels: 'I'm Taking This Life' 2014/11/11
    "Me and Mike have managed to find a decent way to express something symbolically that kids need to be able to say simply," says El-P. "I'm taking it over."
  7. Accordionist Interprets French Waltz Tradition In 'Musette Explosion' 2014/11/10
    Will Holshouser has played all kinds of music on the accordion, including Cajun, avant garde jazz and indie rock. He joins Fresh Air 's Terry Gross in her studio to play features from his new album.
  8. 'The Black Horn': Blowing Past Classical Music's Color Barriers 2014/11/09
    Robert Lee Watt, the first black French horn player to join a major U.S. symphony, spent 37 years with the LA Philharmonic. He faced a lot of resistance along the way, as his new memoir recounts.
  9. Bette Midler Takes On Girl Groups, From The Andrews Sisters To TLC 2014/11/08
    Midler has delighted in listening to girl groups since she was a kid. On a new album, she takes a crack at her favorites — from the tight harmonies of The Andrews Sisters to the slow groove of TLC.
  10. Teacher And Prodigy Play The Blues 2014/11/08
    Fifteen-year-old guitar player Quinn Sullivan is on tour with blues legend Buddy Guy. NPR's Linda Wertheimer speaks with Sullivan and Guy about their friendship and musical kinship.
  11. Power And Struggle In A Soviet Symphony 2014/11/08
    After he was publicly denounced, Shostakovich rebounded with the compelling and calculated Symphony No. 5. The music supplied a soundtrack for the Soviet people and satisfied the apparatchiks.
  12. To Catch Up With Bob Dylan, T Bone Burnett Assembles A Dream Team 2014/11/07
    Given the daunting task of finishing songs Bob Dylan had started (and abandoned) decades ago, super-producer T Bone Burnett decided to call a few friends.
  13. George Clinton's Musical Life, From The Barbershop To Hip-Hop 2014/11/07
    NPR's Renee Montagne talks to the funk legend about his new memoir, Brothas Be, Yo Like George, Ain't That Funkin' Kinda Hard on You?
  14. Dante Ross: 'We Wanted Our Own Universe' 2014/11/04
    He who signed De La Soul, Queen Latifah and Digital Underground sat down with his old friend Ali Shaheed Muhammad to tell stories about Tribe, ODB, Cypress Hill and everybody in between.
  15. In Music, Carlos Santana Seeks The Divine 2014/11/04
    The guitarist says he sees music as a "positive thought that creates a million positive vibrations."
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