January 15, 2007 In the '70s, Ethopia's capital, Addis Ababa, was awash in a hypnotic blend of Ethiopian rhythms, American jazz and European pop. When the ruler Haile Selassie died, so did the music scene. Now the Ethiopian sound is re-emerging — in New York.
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