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The Garifuna Collective And Danny Michel, In The Studio

Thursday, July 11, 2013

The Garifuna Collective performs in the Soundcheck studio. The Garifuna Collective performs in the Soundcheck studio. (Michael Katzif / WNYC)

Belize and Canada are two countries that you might not expect to mesh musically. Yet The Garifuna Collective and Danny Michel are proving otherwise. The Garifuna Collective has spent a career playing the music of Central America's Afro-American community. Their new album Ayó serves as a tribute to its late bandleader, Andy Palacio, and the beginning of a new chapter for the band, which includes Michel. The Canadian singer-songwriter tapped The Garifuna Collective to inject their Central American sounds into his new record Black Birds Are Dancing Over Me.

Michel and The Garifuna Collective perform songs from both of their records in the studio.

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Guests:

Danny Michel and The Garifuna Collective

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