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September 30, 2008 With musical influences stemming from Africa, France, Spain and other countries, Brazzaville is the brainchild of David Brown, best known as the saxophonist for Beck. His band plays music from its new CD, 21st Century Girl, in a session from WXPN.
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May 21, 2007 With members from America and Spain, Brazzaville crafts spirited, unpredictable bossa nova music. Working from a foundation of guitars, bass, drums, keyboards, violin and the occasional brass instrument, Brazzaville has been lauded for its songs' texture and complexity.
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November 19, 2004 Brazzaville is a Los Angeles-based sextet with a worldly outlook, and their sound has been described as "musty noir tropicalia" with influences from Latin America and the Mideast. The band's new CD Welcome to... Brazzaville — Day to Day producer Christopher Johnson profiles the band's leader, David Brown.
November 17, 2004 Day to Day previews our Friday profile of the Los Angeles-based rock band Brazzaville. The group has a new album out, called Welcome to Brazzaville.
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