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A Conversation with PJ Harvey

Monday, August 08, 2011

Since recording her debut in 1992 as PJ Harvey, the English singer-songwriter and guitarist Polly Jean Harvey has recorded an eclectic string of albums, no two of which sound the same. Her latest is called “Let England Shake.” It’s an epic, if unsettling affair about the wars fought by her native country – and their casualties. The 2011 Mercury Prize nominee joined us in April to talk about the album.

This is a repeat edition of Soundcheck.

Guests:

PJ Harvey

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