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Krishna DasThe top chant artist in the Western world, Krishna Das talks about how these Hindu mantras compare to Christian worship songs. Midge UreThe "Do They Know It's Christmas?" co-writer/producer talks about the song's biggest challenges and most surprising vocal performances. Catt GravittAn inside look at the Nashville music machine from the co-writer of "Alone With You" (Jake Owen), "Where You Are" (Rascal Flatts) and "Why Ya Wanna" (Jana Kramer). David Paich of TotoToto's keyboard player explains the true meaning of "Africa" and talks about working on the Thriller album. Chris O'Connor of Primitive Radio GodsThe enigmatic songwriter of the '90s classic "Standing Outside a Broken Phone Booth With Money in My Hand" talks about his twisted turns through the music industry. Carlene CarterCarlene Carter talks about her Carter Family roots and her tour with John Mellencamp. Jackie Mohr of The MohrsThe Mohrs frontwoman Jackie Mohr talks about the challenges of being a woman in rock, and how unstable relationships provided inspiration for their debut album. Frank BlackBeloved by David Bowie and Kurt Cobain, the Pixies leader breaks down some songs and names his favorite artists. Liz LongleyRecently signed to Sugar Hill Records, Longley talks about what she learned at Berklee and recording her first album for the label. Amy Ray of Indigo GirlsAmy talks about Indigo Girls breakthrough tour with R.E.M., their collaboration with Pink, and her country-flavored album. Lips of AnvilAnvil's screamer/shredder discusses '80s metal, and explains how their song "March of the Crabs" got its title. Eric Martin of Mr. BigThe Mr. Big frontman talks about the girl who inspired "To Be With You," and how he feels about the song today. Kristen May of FlyleafThe new singer of Flyleaf talks about the challenges in taking over for Lacey Strum, and the songs those challenges inspired. Laura MvulaMeet the singer/songwriter who has been described as "Billie Holiday meets the Beach Boys." Jesse James Dupree of JackylJackyl's main man (reluctantly) talks about the song he wrote for O-Town, and explains how a missed opportunity for Kansas became his band's breakthrough.