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Kanaval: Haitian Rhythms & the Music of New Orleans: Intro

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Paul Beaubrun On World Cafe

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Krewe Du Kanaval Honors The Haitian Roots Of New Orleans

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Mavis Staples On World Cafe

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Ry Cooder On World Cafe

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The Story Of Edwin Hawkins Singers' "Oh Happy Day" On World Cafe

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Sister Rosetta Tharpe Gets Her Day In The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

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