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Gentle, refined French jazz
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Reviewed: Kate Bush, Hammersmith Apollo, August 27, 2014
Kate Bush plays her first live show in 35 years
Bob Dylan to release complete Basement Tapes sessions
Neil Young: back in the recording studio
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