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WYEP Studio Session: Mason Jennings

Mason Jennings in the WYEP Studio on June 17, 2006

WYEP Studio Session: Richard Hell

Richard Hell in the WYEP Studio on May 26, 2006.

WYEP Studio Session: Laura Viers

Laura Veirs in the WYEP Studio on May 19, 2006

WYEP Studio Session: Sonya Kitchell

Sonya Kitchell in the WYEP Studio on May 16, 2006

WYEP Studio Session: Thomas Dolby

Thomas Dolby in the WYEP Studio on May 11, 2006.

WYEP Studio Session: They Might Be Giants

They Might Be Giants in the WYEP Studio on May 10, 2006

WYEP Studio Session: Greg Joseph

Greg Joseph in the WYEP Studios on May 3, 2006

WYEP Studio Session: The Weepies

The Weepies performed at the WYEP Studios on May, 1 2006

WYEP Studio Session: Kris Delmhorst

Kris Delmhorst in the WYEP Studio on April 20, 2006

WYEP Studio Session: KT Tunstall

KT Tunstall in the WYEP Studio on April 20, 2006.

WYEP Studio Session: Ashton Allen

Ashton Allen in the WYEP Studios on April 17th, 2006

WYEP Studio Session: Rhett Miller

Rhett Miller in the WYEP Studio on April 14, 2006

WYEP Studio Session: Shawn Mullins

Shawn Mullins in the WYEP Studio on April 12, 2006

WYEP Studio Session: West Indian Girl

West Indian Girl at the WYEP Studios on April 11, 2006

WYEP Studio Session: Good Brother Earl

Good Brother Earl in the WYEP Studios on April 7, 2006

WYEP Studio Session: The Avett Brothers

The Avett Brothers perform in WYEP Studios on March 31, 2006

Discumentary: The Smiths "The Queen Is Dead"

The Smiths' 3rd studio album featured songs by guitarist Johnny Marr and singer Morrissey. It was released in June of 1986 and helped to establish the band as one of the best British rock bands of the era. "There Is a Light That Never Goes Out" and "Big Mouth Strikes Again" highlight the album that...

My Morning Jacket - Big Decisions

Justin Townes Earle - Nothing's Gonna Change the Way You Feel About Me

Discumentary: Michelle Shocked "Short, Sharp, Shocked"

Short, Sharp, Shocked has a folky sound with a bit of country-tinged production and a collection of personal songs inspired by her youth. The album received great reviews upon its release. Its biggest hit was the song "Anchorage", a letter from a friend, set to music.

Discumentary: Nina Simone "Nina Simone Sings the Blues"

"Nina Simone Sings the Blues" was released in 1967.  She was trained as a classical pianist while growing up, and embraced jazz early in her career. This album was unlike anything she had recorded at that point in her career, a raw and rough approach to the Blues. 

Discumentary: Blondie "Parallel Lines"

This album began Blondie’'s rise to stardom, and rocketed them past many of their CBGB’s contemporaries as far as commercial success goes. This album contains "Heart of Glass", their first (and definitely not their last) #1 single in the U.S.

Lhasa de Sela Tribute

Mexican American singer/songwriter Lhasa de Sela died of breast cancer on January 1st, 2010. As tribute to her life and work WYEP is sharing this studio performance and interview with Lhasa recorded October 11th, 2005.

Discumentary: Phish "Billy Breathes"

In 1995, Phish teamed up with producer Steve Lillywhite to create their seventh album. Many critics cite this album as the closest representation of the energy of Phish's live performances. It also gave them their highest charting single in the U.S.

Discumentary: Leonard Cohen "Songs of Leonard Cohen"

Already an established poet and novelist, Leonard Cohen released his debut album in 1967. Audiences were drawn to his literate songwriting on songs like "Suzanne" and "So Long Marianne".

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