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May 7, 2006 Two new discs from far-flung places that highlight the instrumental power of the human voice: Czechoslovakian crooner Sui Vesan sings in an invented language, and Italian singer Gianmaria Testa's velvety voice belies his day job as a station master for the Italian rail system.
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