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L.A.'s public station KCRW gets a fine array of artists to troop into its basement studios and play live, unplugged, or electronic for its long-running Morning Becomes Eclectic program (a reference to Eugene O'Neill's Mourning Becomes Electra ). The selections always sound crisp -- in particular, Lou Barlow's haunting, solo debut of Sebadoh's later "Willing to Wait" (as "Beautiful Friend") on volume two. This time around, it's Radiohead who quietly dazzle. The harrowing Thom Yorke and Jonny Greenwood debut ("never been ...

Rare on Air, Vol. 4 1998, Mammoth

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