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Live at the World Cafe Volume 35 - Various Artists

David Dye just took the wraps off the 35th volume of Live at the World Cafe on Monday, January 14. It's the featured album of the week, and one of his greatest yet.

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Here's the Tracklist!

Be Lord Huron "Time To Run"
Grizzly Bear "Yet Again"
Mumford & Sons "Whispers In The Dark"
Divine Fits "Would That Not Be Nice"
Calexico "Splitter"
The Wallflowers "First One In The Car"
Grace Potter and the Nocturnals "The Lion The Beast, The Beat"
Allen Stone "Sleep"
Electric Guest "This Head I Hold"
JD McPherson "North Side Gal"
Delta Rae "Bottom Of The River"
Ben Gibbard "Teardrop Windows"
Father John Misty "Funtmes In Babylon"
Ben Folds Five "Thank you for Breaking my Heart"
Band of Horses "Slow Cruel Hands Of Time"
Beth Orton "Magpie"

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