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Devon Strolovitch

Devon Strolovitch appears in the following:

Coal Miner's Daughter

Friday, December 03, 2010

Loretta Lynn, Nashville veteran Harold Ray Bradley, and Jack White of The White Stripes explain what makes "Coal Miner's Daughter" a classic.

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He Stopped Loving Her Today

Friday, December 25, 2009

Every year the National Recording Registry at the Library of Congress chooses 25 recordings to be preserved for all time. One of this year's selections is a song so sad that George Jones was initially reluctant to record it. Yet it became one of the most ...

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Link Wray: Rumble

Thursday, December 24, 2009

This guitar instrumental altered the course of rock music. The story of Link Wray and "Rumble," from 1958, is told by guitarist Steven Van Zandt, bassist James Hutchinson, and writer ...

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George Jones: He Stopped Loving Her Today

Thursday, December 24, 2009

One of this year's selections is a song so sad that George Jones was initially reluctant to record it. Yet it became one of the most popular songs in country music. 

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The 2,000 Year Old Man

Thursday, December 24, 2009

This 1961 comedy routine by Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner is about a man so old, he once knew Jesus — personally — and dated Joan of Arc. Billy Crystal and Rob Reiner explain why "2000 Y...

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Carmen Miranda: O Que è Que a Bahiana Tem

Thursday, December 24, 2009

This samba was recorded by the Brazilian singer Carmen Miranda in 1939. Dori Caymmi, the son of the songwriter, and biographer Martha Gil-Montero explain how the song brought Brazilia...

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John Lee Hooker: Boogie Chillen

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Our series begins with John Lee Hooker's breakthrough song "Boogie Chillen". Blues veteran Charlie Musselwhite and writer Peter Guralnick explain how Hooker's 1948 song left its mark ...

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The Sounds of American Culture

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Every year the National Recording Registry at the Library of Congress selects 25 recordings to be preserved for all time. We highlight five of the selections: John Lee Hooker's "Boog...

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The 2,000 Year-Old Man

Friday, December 18, 2009

Every year the National Recording Registry at the Library of Congress selects 25 recordings to be preserved for all time. One of this year's selections is the famous 1961 comedy routine by Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner about a man so old, ...

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Carmen Miranda

Friday, December 11, 2009

Every year the National Recording Registry at the Library of Congress selects 25 recordings to be preserved for all time. One song chosen this year is "O Que è Que a Bahiana Tem," a samba recorded by Brazilian singer Carmen Miranda in 1939.

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Boogie Chillen

Friday, December 04, 2009

Every year the National Recording Registry at the Library of Congress selects 25 recordings to be preserved for all-time. This year's picks include John Lee Hooker's breakthrough song "Boogie Chillen". Blues veteran Charlie Musselwhite and writer Peter Guralnick explain how Hooker's 1948 ...

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