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There is no such thing as fusion in music. If that really happened it would certainly degrade the traditions that the music was aiming...

By now it is somewhat apocryphal to hear that “you have never heard something like this”. This is especially abhorrent when you add the...

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Taquito Militar: Mariano Mores; Sur: Aníbal Triolo; Historia del Tango; Oblivion: Astor Piazzolla; El Día que me quieras; Por una cabeza: Carlos Gardel; Naranjo...

Manhattan in Charcoal: A Chamber Opera Composed by Gene Pritsker; Libretto by Jacob Miller Vocals: Jacob Miller - Narrator/Poet; Charles Coleman –bar: Artist; Lynn Norris...

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Thanks to this courageous recording Offering: The Music of Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson there will be no such thing as an orphaned song...

The words ‘great’ and ‘legendary’ are not easily used in Latin America – even for revolutionary leaders much less for cultural figures. Traditions are...

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At first blush, you think that this disc might pass like a ship in the night. Although the music and its performers have lit...

At his sublime best, Bill Gable’s recordings are so singular that comparisons with other performances of similar repertoire are not relevant, so much has...
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