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From rock'n'roll pioneers to soul legends and flamenco gods, here's Worldcrunch's tribute playlist to 16 of the great musicians who died in 2014.

Joe Cocker — Night Calls

Phil Everly, Everly Brothers — All I Have To Do Is Dream

Paco de Lucia — Impetu & Panaderos

Tommy Ramone, The Ramones — I Don't Want To Go To The Basement

Big Bank Hank, Sugarhill Gang — Rapper's Delight

Bobby Keys, The Rolling Stones — Brown Sugar

Manitas de Plata — Por el camino de Ronda

Johnny Winter — Be Careful With A Fool

Bob Casale, Devo — Beautiful World

Pete Seeger — Little Boxes

Bobby Womack — Harry Hippie

Gustavo Cerati, Soda Stereo — Persiana Americana

Jack Bruce, Cream — I Feel Free

Sabah — Ya Dalla

Robert "Throb" Young, Primal Scream — Loaded

Jimmy Ruffin — What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted

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The world of work is at a crossroads. A new French study published last week shows that in the span of four years, jobs offering remote work have increased tenfold since 2017, as the world grapples with the long-term impact of COVID-19. The profound questioning of the necessity to “go to the office” that the pandemic posed led to teleworking becoming a “new normal” of sorts, with the majority of businesses implementing hybrid models that allow employees to work remotely while still having access to the necessary resources they need to do their jobs ...

… that is, until it was "back to business as usual." But returning to office-based work, as most parts of the world consider the coronavirus crisis more or less a thing of the past, it is becoming apparent to some that things would, and should, never be the same.

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