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The Daily Music Break Highlights, Oct. 27-31, 2014


It’s been a fun week at The Daily Music Break. Click on the short podcast above for the highlights — or read them below.


Leon Gieco is a legendary folk singer from Argentina. Hear him sing “Sólo le Pido a Dios” with Mercedes Sosa (with Gieco above), another legend. Also check out “Los Salieris de Charly.” (Photo: Sergio252)
Mac Wiseman, Hank Cochran and Ronnie Milsap were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame this week. Above, Wiseman performs “Carry Me Back to the Country,” with the great Bashful Brother Oswald on dobro.
This week, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame launched an exhibit entitled “Paul Simon: Words & Music.” Check out Simon and Garfunkel performing “Kodachrome” and Chuck Berry’s “Maybellene” in Central Park in 1981.
Andres Segovia was one of the greatest guitarists ever. The Spaniard also was important in gaining acceptance of the guitar as a classical instrument. Click here to hear Bach’s “Gavootte” 1 and 2 and “Asturias” by Issac Albeniz. (Image: Arturo Espinoza)
Here is new hip hop from Freddy D. The song is “Let Me Be,” featuring Akila. Click here or on the image to hear it.
Imelda May, Jeff Beck and a great band cover The Shangri-Las’ “Remember (Walking in the Sand).”


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