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In "We Are the Men You'll Grow to Love Soon," Let's Wrestle exudes cheerfully snotty attitude. Pat Graham hide caption

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'We Are the Men You'll Grow to Love Soon' by Let's Wrestle

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Soul singer Bettye LaVette takes a George Harrison song and brings out its transcendent serenity. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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A death in the family inspires Mark Bates to come up with his own plan: "Skip all that, throw me off a hill." courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Brazilian singer Seu Jorge specializes in cover songs that retain his personal style while celebrating the essence of the original. Benoit Peverelli hide caption

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In Miniature Tigers' "Bullfighter Jacket," singer Charlie Brand's wispy, boyish voice melds nicely with laid-back grooves. Brandon Lee hide caption

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Newport Folk Festival 2010 Preview

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The Be Good Tanyas' vocalist Frazey Ford just released her first solo effort, Obadiah Courtesy of the artist. hide caption

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Frazey Ford On 'World Cafe: Next'

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Los Lobos' latest album speaks to the experience of growing up American with Mexican roots. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Lost in the Trees plays orchestral folk -- and the "orchestral" part is no afterthought. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Austin, Texas-based singer-songwriter David Dondero. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Kelli Scarr's enchanting, warmhearted debut will stream here in its entirety until its release on Aug. 3. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The attempts to seem menacing in The Apples in Stereo's "Told You Once" sound anything but. Joshua Kessler hide caption

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