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“The Blues Metaphor” (Moroccan Roll column from The Beat, Vol. 27 #4)

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_The Blues Metaphor_ (Moroccan Roll column from Vol. 27 #4) — discusses the often-tenuous use of the blues as a metaphor to describe and pigeonhole genres of popular and traditional music, particularly music from Africa or the African diaspora).

Tinariwin -- a "bluesy" Tuareg band

Written by Jeffrey Callen

December 13, 2009 at 3:37 pm

"The Blues Metaphor" (Moroccan Roll column from The Beat, Vol. 27 #4)

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_The Blues Metaphor_ (Moroccan Roll column from Vol. 27 #4) — discusses the often-tenuous use of the blues as a metaphor to describe and pigeonhole genres of popular and traditional music, particularly music from Africa or the African diaspora).

Tinariwin -- a "bluesy" Tuareg band

Written by Jeffrey Callen

December 13, 2009 at 3:37 pm

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