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Hilliard Ensemble, Percy Heath, The Who

Odd interpretations from Stolen Shack; Folk singer/songwriter Adrienne Young; A new retrospective from The Who; Neo-psychedelia from Circulatory System; Solo work from jazz bassist Percy Heath. Featured Artist: Hilliard Ensemble.

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Hilliard Ensemble, Percy Heath, The Who

Plange, Regni Respublica

An all-male vocal group, the Hilliard Ensemble performs ancient music with stunning harmonies.

Poor Wayfaring Stranger

Stolen Shack offer their own mix of alt country, classical music and modern jazz with this collection of unusual cover tunes, including Civil War songs and music from Cyndi Lauper.

Plow to the End of the Row

Similar to Alison Krauss and Union Station, Adrienne Young and her band, Little Sadie combine traditional country and bluegrass with more contemporary sounds.

Real Good Looking Boy

On their latest greatest-hits collection, the Who offer two new songs, including this one.

Yesterday's World

Circulatory System is a retooled version of '90s psychedelic rockers Olivia Tremor Control.

A Love Song

Bassist Percy Heath has been making great jazz for nearly sixty years, but has just released his first-ever solo recording.