La Lupe in New York, 1967. Courtesy of Richie Viera's Archive/Fania Records hide caption

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La Lupe: A Performer Ruled By Instinct, Ecstasy
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A still from Ladies and Gentlemen ... The Rolling Stones shows Mick Jagger performing in Texas in 1972. hide caption

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Looking Back At The Rolling Stones, Live In Texas 1972
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Sarah Blasko led the Sydney-based band Acquiesce throughout the 1990s. Chris Morris hide caption

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Sarah Blasko: An Intimate Voice, An Inventive Sound
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Dr. John, the legendary New Orleans musician, turns 70 this year. James Demaria Productions hide caption

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Dr. John: Righteous Anger, Graced By Wit
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Tony Allen was the drummer and musical director of Fela Kuti's band Africa 70 from 1968 to 1979. Bernard Benant hide caption

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Beyond Fela Kuti, The Enduring Appeal Of Afrobeat
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A Collection Of Vintage Pop From 'Panama!'
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'The T.A.M.I. Show': A Groundbreaking '60s Concert
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Franco: Africa's First Modern Pop Superstar
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Tito Rodriguez's greatest-hits disc El Inolvidable is a singer's paradise, with everything from smoking mambos to creamy boleros. Better yet, Rodriguez fronted a band with some of the best chops in Latin music. Chuck Stewart hide caption

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Tito x 2: Celebrating The Kings Of Mambo Again
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'Toon' Anthology Offers A Treasury Of Classic Comics
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Harvey Kurtzman: The Comics World's 'Mad Genius'
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Oumou Sangare: Star-Studded Sounds Of Mali
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