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The New Latin Tinge

Monday, January 02, 2012

Jelly Roll Morton identified “the Latin tinge” as a major component in the development of jazz.  Now, the rhythms and sounds of Latin music can be heard in the long-awaited Malian-Cuban collaboration that was meant to take place when the Buena Vista Social Club was born – “AfroCubism.”

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New Sounds

The New Latin Tinge (Weekly Podcast)

Friday, October 08, 2010

WNYC

Jelly Roll Morton identified “the Latin tinge” as a major component in the development of jazz.  Now, the rhythms and sounds of Latin music can be heard in the long-awaited Malian-Cuban collaboration that was meant to take place when the Buena Vista Social Club was born – “AfroCubism.”

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New Sounds

The New Latin Tinge

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Jelly Roll Morton identified “the Latin tinge” as a major component in the development of jazz.  Now, the rhythms and sounds of Latin music can be heard in the long-awaited Malian-Cuban collaboration that was meant to take place when the Buena Vista Social Club was born – “AfroCubism.”

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