USC professor Josh Kun, who joins Alt.Latino for this week's show, is a co-founder of the Idelsohn Society for Musical Preservation, which in 2013 assembled a collection of Latino-Jewish music titled It's A Scream How Levine Does The Rhumba. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Bagels And Bongos: The Jewish-Latin Music Connection
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On Fania Records And The Music That Made It Matter
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The late Celia Cruz's version of "Jingle Bells" is featured on Tuesday's Latin Roots playlist. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Latin Roots: Christmas Music With A Cuban Twist
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Six Immigrant Songs Of Triumph And Tragedy
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Cruising Through Caribbean Music
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Celia Cruz: The Voice From Havana
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"Las Ciudades" by Chavela Vargas
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