Diane Cluck

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Sunday, March 12, 2006

This show features the full set that Diane Cluck recorded for WNYC in November, 2004. Alternating in-studio performances with home recordings, it presents her songs from several different angles. Hauntingly personal, idiosyncratic, beautiful and intense, Diane's music offers a powerful experience. Though she tends to let her music speak for itself, Diane talks a bit with host David Garland about her songwriting and the thoughts and experiences behind it.

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i want to download this and save it as an mp3. please is this possible?

Dec. 12 2010 07:47 PM

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