Why is this Country Dancing?: One-man Samba to the Beat of Brazil

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Simon & Schuster, 1993 - History - 319 pages
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Music echoes on every page of this superb portrait of South America's most diverse country, by the author of El Beisbol and Music in Every Room. This remarkable book is both a vivid look at a vast land, where the cult of pleasure lives side by side with grinding poverty, and the first in-depth study of the music and musicians of the most musical country on Earth.

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User Review  - bossanovaguy - LibraryThing

A really dreadful work, in terms of journalism. Krich has a bouncy writing style that can be both entertaining and annoying. But the main problem is that the book is filled with factual errors, Krich ... Read full review

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Bangkok-based author John Krich has written numerous books and articles for leading travel publications.

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