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Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Eve Risser, Shoko Igarashi, Antonio Sanchez & More New Releases

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Inspired by Leo Sidran's latest single, "There Was a Fire," this week we look into various threads of memory—making (or memory—keeping) that can be found in projects that bring together various cultural traditions (West-African or Cuban, Mitteleuropean or Japanese), bring new light to old repertoires, pay tribute to earlier composers or music-genres.

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