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50 Songs That Define The Stones; Savages Plays Live; Rare Recordings From Native American Groups

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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Savages Savages (Courtesy of the artist)

In this epiosde: Bill Janovitz -- writer and founder the ‘90's alternative rock band Buffalo Tom --  talks about a new collection of essays about 50 Rolling Stones songs. 

Plus: Last year the British post-punk band Savages was hailed as one of the best new bands in the U.K. — and at the time, only had one or two songs to its credit. Now that the group's brutal and elegant debut, Silence Yourself, is out, the reviews are in — and they are rave. They play live

And: Columbia University’s Center for Ethnomusicology is voluntarily returning — to several Native American groups — a treasure trove of rare recordings of traditional songs and dances.  Aaron Fox, Associate Professor of music at Columbia and former director of the Center, explains why.

Guests:

Aaron Fox, Bill Janovitz and Savages

Rare Recordings Returned To Native Americans

Professor Aaron Fox discusses how Columbia University is returning a treasure trove of rare recordings to Native American groups.

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