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Susana Baca

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Susana Esther Baca de la Colina (born Chorrillos, Lima Province, Peru, 1944) is a prominent Peruvian singer-songwriter; two-times Latin Grammy Award winner. She has been a key figure in the revival of Afro-Peruvian music. In July 2011, she was named Peru's Minister of Culture in the Ollanta Humala government. becoming the second Afro-Peruvian cabinet minister in the history of independent Peru. In November 2011 she was elected for the OAS (Organization of American States) to be the President of the Commission of Culture for the period 2011 - 2013. Baca grew up in a coastal fishing village Chorrillos, a district of the Lima Province of Peru, and part of greater Lima

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Gran Kasa

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: Little Bell ; I Know I Know ; Everybody Wins ; Tu, la Tierra (feat. Susana Baca) ; Gran Kasa ; At the Window ; Year of the Dog ; Harmonium ; Hum Hum ; Beijing ; Shelter

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Little Bell

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
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Article: Live Review

The GroundUp Music Festival 2019

Read "The GroundUp Music Festival 2019" reviewed by Mike Jacobs


GroundUp Music Festival 2019 North Beach Bandshell, Park Stage Miami Beach, FL February 8-10, 2019 An internet acquaintance has a running post gag that she labels with #BecauseFlorida. In it she basically puts forth all of the unattractive, wacky and head-scratching reports that come out of the Sunshine ...

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Article: My Playlist

Michael League

Read "Michael League" reviewed by Michael League


Here are a few albums that I'm listening to now. In this list, I decided to highlight several of the artists who will be at this year's GroundUP Music Festival, an experience dedicated to exposing open-minded listeners to new music. 1. Susana Baca, Eco De Sombras (Lusaka Bop, 2000) My first introduction ...

Article: Lyrics

Snarky Puppy: la fusion del nuovo millennio

Read "Snarky Puppy: la fusion del nuovo millennio" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


"Abbiamo suonato a Flagstaff, Arizona, due o tre anni fa per una quindicina di persone -ricorda Michael League, leader di Snarky Puppy -E alla fine abbiamo scoperto che tutti erano venuti per il successivo karaoke. In pratica abbiamo fatto l'apertura al karaoke." Dopo la sorprendente vittoria di un Grammy Award nel gennaio 2014 ...

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News: Event

Susana Baca Meets Berklee

Susana Baca Meets Berklee

Berklee College of Music’s 2014-15 Signature Series continues with Susana Baca Meets Berklee. Baca, a Grammy- and Latin Grammy Award-winning Afro-Peruvian vocalist who is the former cultural minister of Peru as well as its first black cabinet member, joins a 30-piece band composed of Berklee students on November 13 at the Berklee Performance Center. The unique ...

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Colorizing the Classics: David Berger's Tribute to Harry Warren

Label: Such Sweet Thunder
Released: 2010
Track listing: Me and You; I Wonder Who; With Your Hand in Mine (instrumental); Positano Afternoon; Double Trouble (instrumental); Sing Me a Love Song; I'm Sorry (instrumental); Hard to Get (vocal); There Is No Music (vocal); But Here We Are (vocal); With Your Hand in Mine (vocal); I'm Sorry (vocal); But Here We Are (instrumental); Double Trouble (vocal); Hard To Get (instrumental).

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News: Recording

The Cuban Cowboys' Racy Exile Rock

Spanglish Superheroes of Degeneracy: The Cuban Cowboys' Racy Exile Rock “On stage, I'm The Cuban Cowboy, a superhero of exile and degeneracy!" exclaims singer and songwriter Jorge Navarro. Spitfire Spanglish blazing, Navarro sends the perfect American icon colliding with a whole family's worth of émigré tension, exile, tenderness and lust. “I turn on the accent, I ...

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Article: Album Review

David Berger Jazz Orchestra: Colorizing the Classics: David Berger's Tribute to Harry Warren

Read "Colorizing the Classics: David Berger's Tribute to Harry Warren" reviewed by Tom Greenland


Arranger/recomposer David Berger's music is likely to prompt mixed reactions for its mixing of traditional values with creative originality, somewhat akin to Ted Turner's colorizing of classic black and white films. Colorizing the Classics is a big-band follow-up to I Had the Craziest Dream (Such Sweet Thunder, 2008), an octet outing also championing the works of ...


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