It’s A Scream How Levine Does the Rhumba from The Idelsohn Society for Musical Preservation
This two-disc set chronicles the musical confluence between Latinos and Jews in the U.S., mining this cross-cultural tale of sweaty mambo dance-floors and Borscht Belt ballrooms.
Produced by The Idelsohn Society for Musical Preservation, a critically acclaimed non-profit record label. Started by a small team from the music industry and academia, Idelsohn believes Jewish history is best told by the music we have loved and lost. In order to incite a new conversation about the present, we must begin by listening anew to the past. A Reboot project.
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2 CD box set with booklet
5.5 x 0.5 x 7.5 inches
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