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Camila Meza on the nature of translation, improvisation & self observation

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In this podcast interview, singer-songwriter-guitarist Camila Meza on growing up in Chile, the nature of translation, improvisation, self observation, bootleg videotapes, identity, cruise ship living, synesthesia and distortion.

She also discusses being a woman in jazz today, the roll of folklorists in preserving culture, and the political situation in Chile.

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