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Cuba! While The Politicians Argued, The Musicians Jammed!

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The Blossoming Of Guest DJ Kat Dahlia

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The new album Lost And Found compiles unheard recordings from the Buena Vista Social Club sessions, as well as solo work from the musicians involved. Alejandro Perez /Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Cuban Music's Most Successful Accident Rises Again

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World Cafe Looks Back: World Music

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Cuban Musicians Choose To Stay And Play

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