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Willow Tree. In between, a duet with Rufus Wainwright covering Merle Haggard’s moving Silver Wings is equalled elsewhere by similar collaborations with guests Elvis Costello and Jeff Tweedy of Wilco. What it ultimately comes down


to, though, is the power, grace and beauty of Cash’s voice – an instrument in its own right. She sings beautifully, with composure, emotion, clarity and eloquence. Lessons learned at a young age translate into the talent she showcases on this album. Above all, it shows how one can consider, cherish and ultimately deliver on a promise, or a list. The end result is a moving and absorbing album that tips its hat to her father and the songwriters that preceded and influenced him. She’s crafted a beautiful tribute to all of them with The List.


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without humans to interfere and impose on other life forms. Likewise, Chernobyl animals are returning even with incredibly high radiation levels in and around the reactor meltdown site. Weisman looks at the


devastation of Appalachian coal mining, relatively pristine coral atolls in the middle of the Pacific, the lasting impact of the nuclear industry when we’ve vanished and what brought about the collapse of the Mayan civilization, along with many other fascinating scenarios and considerations. The World Without Us will make


you think about our footprint on the planet, and what might be, long after we’re gone.


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