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29:07 minutes Train

Postponed from last month, Train's final appearance of '09 is this Lounge session. Pat Monahan tells us what his holiday decorations look like, recaps his performance on CSI New York, and reveals the inspiration for their big song Hey Soul Sister.

Songs: Save Me San Fancisco, Meet Virginia, Drops of Jupiter, Hey Soul Sister

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33:15 minutes One Eskimo

This four-piece band from London uses clever samples to enhance their music. In their first visit to the lounge, they show how they built their song Kandi around an old R&B sample, and they explain the groundbreaking visuals that accompany their songs.

Songs: Hometime, Kandi, Astronauts, Hurricanes, UFO

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23:17 minutes Lee Harvey Osmond MML

Tom Wilson is a veteran Canadian musician -- and a great storyteller -- who teamed up with Michael Timmons of the Cowboy Junkies to create a style of music he calls Acid Folk. He explains the saga of the band and plays a couple of songs from their debut album, Quiet Evil.

Songs: The Love of One, Cuckoo's Nest, Christmas In Prison

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31:55 minutes Taj Mahal

A timeless blues legend who makes an annual trek to Seattle for Thanksgiving week where he does multiple nights at Jazz Alley, Taj talks about the meaning of the blues, playing with the Stones and Clapton, and he shares his world-famous holiday dessert recipe.

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31:42 minutes Brandi Carlile

She's performing at The Mountain's Winter Warmth concert, and she's got an exquisite new album called Give Up The Ghost. Brandi talks about making the record, collaborating with her hero Elton John, and trout fishing on tour.

Songs: I WIll, Dreams, The Story, That Year

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48:22 minutes Swell Season

After winning an Academy Award for their music from the indie film Once, Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova are back with a new album. They talk about being exes who make music together, and singing at a wake at the Kennedy compound.

Songs: Lies, Low Rising, In These Arms, Fantasy Man, new untitled song, When Your Mind's Made Up

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30:54 minutes Stephen Kellogg

These guys are legendary for their relentless touring and their energetic live shows. And finally, after two previous Lounge appearances, this time they brought their tuba with them.

Songs: Amy, Shady Esperanto & the Young Hearts, The Bear, Fourth of July

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29:03 minutes David Gray

A longtime Mountain favorite returns to talk about making his new album Draw the Line, bossing Annie Lennox around in the studio, and the secret to successful blackberry jam.

Songs: Fugitive, Draw The Line, Babylon

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24:04 minutes Mat Kearney

The Nashville-based singer/songwrtier with Northwest roots (he grew up in Eugene) catches us up on the last 6 months, and talks about being one of the most-played artists in TV soundtracks.

Songs: All I Have, Closer to Love, Nothing Left to Lose

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36:59 minutes Snow Patrol

The band came to Seattle to play the Paramount, and to celebrate the release of Up To Now, their 15-year retrospecitve collection. Besides playing old stuff, recent stuff, and obscure stuff, front man Gary Lightbody talked about opening for U2 and finding a bat in his bed.

Songs: Run, Reading Heaney To Me, Take Back the City, 15 Minutes Old, Crack the Shutters

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