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C&L's Late Nite Music Club With Nile Rodgers
Some of you may remember him as guitarist and founding member of Chic, but there's a lot more to Nile Rodgers than disco and dance tunes. Read more...
C&L's Late Nite Music Club With Otis Redding
What's more energetic than a live performance of Otis Redding? Well, that would be a live performance of Otis Redding being backed by Booker T. and the M.G.'s. Read more...
C&L's Late Nite Music Club With Billy Harper
Billy Harper did a lot to keep jazz going in the '70s, but he also took it a step further, blending styles to create a very dynamic sound. Read more...
Formed in Cambridge in the late '60s, Henry Cow performed a blend of progressive, humorous, and avant-garde music that has always put them ahead of their time. Read more...
Tonight we have a live performance by Monk and Coltrane at Carnegie Hall, put on as a "Thanksgiving Jazz" benefit concert. After sitting untouched for nearly 50 years in the Library of Congress, it was rediscovered in 2005, when it finally saw its release. Read more...

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C&L's Late Nite Music Club With Neil Young
Here's one from an all-time great. This one is from his first solo album, which is often overshadowed by its more popular follow-ups "Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere" and "After the Gold Rush". However, it was still a solid effort to kick off Young's highly successful solo career. Read more...
If you can stomach watching, big name Republicans like failed presidential contender Mitt Romney and Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) are some of the headliners of this year's 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference. Read more...
"So these cuts are wrong... they're a self-inflicted wound that doesn't have to happen," Obama says. Read more...
Economist Richard Wolff explains the weaknesses of capitalism and the need for Americans to understand the system under which they live and work. There are many problems associated with capitalism (state capitalism): wage slavery, Read more...
The Peruvian government has declared a state of emergency in the mountain region of Cajamarca where thousands have gathered in recent days to protest the expansion of a gold mine owned by the U.S.-based Newmont Mining that is already the largest in South America. Read more...