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Dec 3, 2013 — The bluegrass band draws influence from the worlds of jazz, pop and rock in its innovative arrangements. Here, the group covers The Postal Service's electro-pop classic "Such Great Heights" with a mastery that makes it sound as if the song belonged to Joy Kills Sorrow all along.
Dec 3, 2013 — The former Soul Coughing frontman talks with host David Dye about why his years with the band were some of his darkest moments in life. He also plays a set of revamped Soul Coughing songs.
Dec 2, 2013 — The former Cat Stevens returned to the world of popular music with 2006's An Other Cup, his first secular studio album in 28 years. The disc contains old songs that were never recorded, songs he wrote in the last couple of years, and songs that he came up with once he reached the studio. Hear the musician perform four tracks from the record in this archived session from 2007.
Dec 2, 2013 — Capable of cranking out big, beautiful pop songs complete with splashy keyboards, catchy hooks and danceable beats, Dennen can strip his sound down to just his voice and a guitar with equally captivating results. Here, he captures both the ornate and the simple, live on stage in West Virginia.
Dec 2, 2013 — The recently reunited band's funky, fleshed-out sound wouldn't seem to lend itself to vastly stripped-down arrangements. But The Dismemberment Plan exudes playfulness and wry charm throughout these three songs from this year's Uncanney Valley.