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Speech at CPAC Budapest about Hungary's insistence on its own particularity. Plus: Two early '80s Djavan records that somehow sound both dated and…
Two early '80s Djavan records that somehow sound both dated and absolutely genius.
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Two of Jorge Ben's early 70s absolute must-hear classics.
Pedro Gonzalez: Ukraine, Russia and the Madness of CrowdsListen now | The Plus: John Coltrane's "Sheets of Sound" Lullaby.
Western oligarchs funded an ecosystem of influence in order to pull Ukraine into Europe, setting it on a collision course with Russia. Plus: Epic…
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