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Infectious melodies

Pardis Sabeti, a pioneering geneticist, has a second life as a singer and songwriter

By Joseph P. Kahn
Globe Staff / June 14, 2008

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CAMBRIDGE - Seated at a recording-studio piano, Pardis Sabeti plays snatches of a tune she's been composing in her off-hours. Titled "Boston City Lights," it's a moody piece about love and loss, and it represents a tonal departure from the hard-edged sound of Thousand Days, the alt-rock band Sabeti fronts as lead singer and bass player. (Full article: 1231 words)

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