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The Sound of Cape Verde Returns

New America Media, Audio, Sandip Roy Posted: Jan 28, 2010


Cesaria Evora has been bringing the beautiful, bluesy and romantic songs of her native Cape Verde to the world for the past forty five years. The world music icon has bounced back from her stroke in 2008 to release her highly anticipated new album, Nha Sentimento. Emmanuel Nado, host of Africa Mix on KALW, explains her enduring appeal.

Sandip Roy reports:



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