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Radio Jarocho & Zenen Zeferino Live in the Democracy Now! Studio

Web ExclusiveMay 11, 2018
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Live musical performance by Radio Jarocho, a New York band who specialize in son jarocho, a mix of Afro-Caribbean, Spanish and Mexican indigenous dance and music. The band has just released a new album, “Rios de Norte y Sur: Rivers of the North and South.” The album features the master jarana player and poet Zenen Zeferino. He and the band performed four songs.

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RADIO JAROCHO: [performing “La Vieja,” “El Misterio,” “Conga de San Benito” and “Chiles Verdes”]

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