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By Eliseo Cardona

Greater Latin America THE HOTTEST MUSIC ON HAVANA CALIENTE
Havana Caliente
By Eliseo Cardona

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Greater Latin America SILVERIO PESSOA
Bate o manca
Outro Brasil

By Eliseo Cardona

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Jazz CANDIDO & GRACIELA
Inolvidable
Chesky

By Eliseo Cardona

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World Music Legends Celia Cruz
Everyone has a story to tell about Celia Cruz, the Cuban singer whose contagious voice and larger-than-life persona helped turn Afro-Cuban music into an international phenomenon.
By Eliseo Cardona

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“Candeal is a metaphor of what the human race can achieve.”—Carlinhos Brown

Film The Miracle Of Candeal
A Brazilian Favela Plays Music and the World Listens
By Eliseo Cardona

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“These songs come from my heart, my guts and my sex.”

World Music Features Andrea Echeverri
The iconoclastic singer and songwriter of alterna-punk Latin rockers Aterciopelados finds herself a new mother, and admits that even rebellious rockers have “a soft side.”
By Eliseo Cardona

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World Music Legends Tito Puente
For many, the late great timbalero, composer and bandleader Tito Puente was the public face of Latin music in America. Like Count Basie or Duke Ellington, he was more than a musician, he was a personality, a brand unto himself.
By Eliseo Cardona

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Maria Bethânia

World Music Features Maria Bethânia

Maria Bethania has been hailed as the “Queen of Brazilian Song.” On her latest album, Maricotinha, Bethania recasts old hits while presenting new ones in her smoky, throaty voice. One of the founders of the Tropicalia movement, Bethania gives new meaning to nuance.


By Eliseo Cardona

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Bebo Valdes and Diego El Cigala

World Music Features Bebo Valdes and Diego El Cigala
Bebo Valdes and Diego El Cigala create a rich exchange—Cuban and Latin American standards reinvigorated by passionate flamenco vocals, mediated by a jazz sensibility—that’s more than the sum of its parts.
By Eliseo Cardona

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North American VARIOUS ARTISTS
THE HOTTEST MUSIC ON HAVANA CALIENTE
Havana Caliente

By ELISEO CARDONA

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World Music Features Jorge Ben Jor
Ask any Brazilian music connoisseur about funk (pronounced “fankee” in Portuguese) and you’ll probably end up getting a lecture on Jorge Ben Jor, the master singer, songwriter and guitarist from Rio de Janeiro.
By Eliseo Cardona

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World Music Features Maria Bethânia
Bethânia is now Brazil´s most respected and celebrated female artist. But in the 1960s, she was a legend in the making.
By Eliseo Cardona

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African Legends Bonga
Over his 30-year career, and an equal number of albums, Angola’s Bonga has traced the arc of his country’s recent history, from the Portuguese colonial experience to Angola’s struggle for independence and the scars of its recently-ended civil war.
By Eliseo Cardona

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