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Caroline, No

Saturday, July 05, 2003

Written by Brian Wilson, performed by They Might Be Giants.

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Special Guest: They Might Be Giants

Saturday, July 05, 2003

Kurt Andersen spends the day at Coney Island with John Linnell and John Flansburgh of the band, They Might Be Giants.

They Might Be Giants are John Flansburgh and John Linnell, the accordion-and-guitar duo based in Brooklyn. They got their start in 1982 singing for food in Central ...

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Web Extra: No Plan B

Saturday, July 05, 2003

Written and performed by They Might Be Giants.

Audio coming soon. 

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Father of Funk

Saturday, April 19, 2003

George Clinton and his band, Parliament-Funkadelic, have recorded some of the best party songs of all time. And their outrageous stage shows have been driving concert audiences wild since the 1960's. Jacquie Gales Webb went behind the controls on the Mothership.

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Betty Rules

Saturday, March 29, 2003

A little-known band makes it big with their true-story musical, Betty Rules. Kurt Andersen talks with the three members of Betty and we hear them perform.

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Luna Closes the Show

Saturday, November 02, 2002

Luna performs "Swedish Fish," from its album Romantica.

Luna is: Britta Phillips on bass, vocals, and keyboard; Sean Eden on guitar, keyboard, and vocals; Lee Wall on drums, percussion, and mellotron; and Dean Wareham on guitar, vocals, and harmonica. 

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Luna Takes the Stage

Saturday, November 02, 2002

The band Luna is known for its lush, swirling, atmospheric songs about unhealthy habits and unrequited love. Luna performs "Lovedust," from its album Romantica.

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Sussan Deyhim

Saturday, November 02, 2002

Composer and vocalist Sussan Deyhim recently collaborated with film artist Shirin Neshat on the performance piece, Logic of the Birds. She performs a musical passage from that work. Deyhim left Iran shortly after the Revolution in 1979 and has never returned. Her haunting vocals are heard in Neshat’s film, Turbulent, ...

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