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    Ken Burns's "Baseball" Follow-up, "The Tenth Inning," Premieres Tonight on PBS

    Tune in to your local PBS station tonight at 8 PM ET for the premiere of The Tenth Inning, the new two-part, four-hour documentary by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick that picks up where Burns's landmark 1994 series Baseball left off. Part two of The Tenth Inning airs tomorrow night at 8.

    In celebration of the new film, the original 1994 Baseball soundtrack recording from Nonesuch Records is available again. The album's 31 tracks feature music by Natalie Cole, Dr. John, Bruce Hornsby, Branford Marsalis, and Carly Simon, as well as vintage recordings, historic radio calls, and the solo piano playing of Jacqueline Schwab, including "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" and "Hurrah for the National Game."

    Order the original soundtrack now on CD in the Nonesuch Store for just $10 and receive the complete album as high-quality, 320 kbps MP3s at checkout.

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Ken Burns's "Baseball" Follow-up, "The Tenth Inning," Premieres Tonight on PBS

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Tune in to PBS tonight at 8 PM ET for the premiere of The Tenth Inning, the new two-part, four-hour documentary by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick that picks up where Burns's landmark 1994 series Baseball left off. Part two of The Tenth Inning airs tomorrow night at 8. In celebration of the new film, the original 1994 Baseball soundtrack recording from Nonesuch Records is available again.

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Tune in to your local PBS station tonight at 8 PM ET for the premiere of The Tenth Inning, the new two-part, four-hour documentary by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick that picks up where Burns's landmark 1994 series Baseball left off. Part two of The Tenth Inning airs tomorrow night at 8.

In celebration of the new film, the original 1994 Baseball soundtrack recording from Nonesuch Records is available again. The album's 31 tracks feature music by Natalie Cole, Dr. John, Bruce Hornsby, Branford Marsalis, and Carly Simon, as well as vintage recordings, historic radio calls, and the solo piano playing of Jacqueline Schwab, including "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" and "Hurrah for the National Game."

Order the original soundtrack now on CD in the Nonesuch Store for just $10 and receive the complete album as high-quality, 320 kbps MP3s at checkout.

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