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'Music Of Morocco': A Labor Of Love For Mid-Century Moroccan Musical Diversity

In 1959, Paul Bowles traveled around Morocco to record as much traditional music as he could. A new box set of those recordings tells almost as much about Bowles as it does Morocco half a century ago.

Kisarazu Zinku Toshiko Akiyoshi
Oh, Good Grief! Vince Guaraldi
Nix Dawn of Midi
Mrs. Robinson Simon & Garfunkel
Descended from Myth Rjd2

Automated sewing machines embroider oversized patches for the tongues of New Balance sneakers at a factory in Skowhegan, Maine. Murray Carpenter hide caption

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Chinese Consumers Embrace New Balance's 'Made In USA' Label

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When It Wobbles Rjd2
Best Day Atmosphere
Wrote & The Writ Johnny Flynn
I Wanna Be Your Dog The Stooges
Clint Eastwood Shawn Lee Ping Pong Orchestra & Shawn Lee's Ping Pong Orchestra
Sounds of General Rejoicing (Ait Ourir) Paul Bowles
Sweka [Instrumental] [Instrumental] The Very Best
Holland Cold Specks

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'Music Of Morocco': A Labor Of Love For Mid-Century Moroccan Musical Diversity

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Futura Battles
Anji Simon & Garfunkel
Traitor Bonobo & Menahan Street Band
Chase Me Hexstatic
Heavy Soup (Outro) Cornershop

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Track Star Alexi Pappas Chases Olympic Dreams In Her New Feature Film

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Salaam - Peace - Hamba Kahle Dollar Brand
Filomena Ruspo

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