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Matisyahu performs at the Virgin Festival in Baltimore in 2007. (AP)
Matisyahu performs at the Virgin Festival in Baltimore in 2007. (AP)

Music from the show

  • Radiohead, "There There"
  • Charles Mingus, "Open Letter to Duke"
  • Medeski, Martin and Wood, "Bloody Oil"
  • Jimi Hendrix, "Crosstown Traffic"
  • The Boston Pops, "Tchaikovsky: 1812 Overture"
  • Joe Jackson, "Steppin' Out"
  • Matisyahu, “King Without a Crown”
  • Matisyahu, “One Day”
  • Matisyahu, “Exaltation”
  • Matisyahu, “For You”
  • Matiyahu, “On Nature”
  • Matisyahu, “Silence”
  • Matisyahu, “I Will be Light”

This program aired on September 9, 2009.

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