Sounds of Upheaval: Guillermo Klein and the New Argentine Jazz

August 17, 2010 by Josh Jackson  
Filed under Interviews

Guillermo-sEric Benson reports on Sounds of Upheaval: Guillermo Klein and the New Argentine Jazz.  Presented in collaboration with WBGO’s The Checkout.

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  1. Barbara Bonventre says:

    This documentary blends the history and atmosphere of Argentina through the music and words of Guillermo Klein. One could relate to the passion and draw of a city which inspired an earnest magnetism and spawned the age of music defined by Klein. What a wonderful presentation this is and pleasure it was to be guided through this period by Eric Benson.

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